Monthly Archives: January 2018

Cos d’Estournel to launch luxury ‘COS100’ wine


The new wine, named COS100, is made from a parcel of 100 year-old Merlot vines planted at Cos d’Estournel by women during the First World War.

The World’s Best Cabernet Sauvignon


When it comes to Cabernet, one place above all is king.

Tax Changes Hit Wine’s Alcohol Levels


Congress’s tax reform has had an unintended consequence for those who don’t appreciate high-alcohol wines.

Chinese are buying fine wines ‘like never before’, says US auction house Acker Merrall


Chinese people are increasingly snapping up fine wines from around the globe, especially in Hong Kong which has become an import sourcing hub for mainland consumers, according to American wine auction house Acker Merrall & Condit.

13 Things You Should Know about Krug


Few Champagne producers have a higher reputation than Krug, one of the region’s top Champagne houses. This isn’t the kind of Champagne served as part of a club’s bottle service or available for sale at an everyday liquor store. It’s serious juice, sought after by collectors and connoisseurs alike. Even sommeliers and oenophiles who swear by grower Champagne make an exception for Krug.

Terroir Alert! Champagne Is Expanding and Tempers Are Popping


For the first time in nearly a century, France is considering altering the region’s boundaries, and thus what can be considered the real bubbly.

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