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'Wine Importer Unveils 19th Century Wine Dinner Priced At HK$108,000', by Natalie Wang, The Drinks Business
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News From the Burgundy Harvest - Anthony Hanson MW
The Fine Wine Experience Senior Consultant Anthony Hanson MW is in Burgundy and reports on the progress of the 2018 harvest in what - like 2017 - looks like a large, healthy crop. It’s too early to talk about vintage style and quality, but we thought you might appreciate his update, together with some photos of the harvest underway.
The Fine Wine Experience Musigny v Chambertin Dinner
Tasted (not blind) side by side these two vineyards had much in common, but there were conclusions it was possible to draw about their differences too. That left me wondering, if we took the two most contrasting Côtes de Nuits villages – Chambolle-Musigny and Gevrey-Chambertin, and compared their two greatest vineyards – Musigny and Chambertin, how stark, or how similar might these two vineyards be?
The Fine Wine Experience “Judgment of Hong Kong” Dinner
During the past four decades it’s become accepted wisdom that California can make Bordeaux-style reds to rival the home team. Tonight, we reprised the idea – the “Judgment of Hong Kong”, with flights from the 1980s, 1990s, and 2000s. So, what did we learn, and what were the results?
The Fine Wine Experience Richebourg and Romanée-Saint-Vivant Dinner
Put simply Romanée-Saint-Vivant is known for delicacy, femininity, seduction and perfume, while Richebourg is known for power, explosiveness in youth, intensity, and sumptuousness – “an iron fist in a velvet glove”. Both are known for complexity, harmony, suppleness and length. These two vineyards unequivocally deliver at the grand cru level. So, what did these 13 bottles reveal?
Domaine de la Romanée Conti 2015 Tasting with Aubert de Villaine
Ever since I first entered the wine trade back in October of 2006 and started studying about Burgundy and drinking the wines, I’ve always wanted to attend a tasting with Aubert de Villaine. And on 29 June, I got my wish.
"Napa Now and Then" Wine Tasting and Discussion with Author Kelli White
On Saturday, 16 of you joined me in the shop to meet book author, Kelli White, of “Napa Valley Then & Now,” and to taste and discuss wines of the Napa Valley. For this afternoon of tasting, we focused on Cabernet Sauvignon and Bordeaux-style blends.
A transcendental experience - At a once in a lifetime wine dinner, guests tasted some of the best and rarest wines made by the iconic Henri Jayer
Henri Jayer makes the top spot or near top spot on anyone’s list when the subject of the 20th century’s greatest Burgundy vignerons is raised. Now, 11 years since his passing, 16 years since any wine was made bearing his name, and with interest in Burgundy strengthened at pace in Asia, the door is closing on opportunities to taste his life’s work.
Domaine Comte Georges de Vogüé Appoints The Fine Wine Experience as Exclusive Agent for Hong Kong
We are delighted to announce that we have been appointed exclusive agent for Hong Kong for Domaine Comte Georges de Vogüé.
Linden's Piper-Heidsieck 'Rare' 1976-2007 Dinner Review
© Linden Wilkie, December 2017. | On 11 Dec 2017, we enjoyed five vintages of Piper-Heidsieck’s ‘Rare’ Champagne, their prestige cuvée made in exceptional vintages. What came through tasting these five examples of Rare in one sitting, was the clear sense of style. There is a pure expression of the fruit, refined, neither reductive nor oxidative – very straight, and that emphasis on the fruit gives the wine a joyous feeling, fun to taste, and with enough depth to pair well with food.
A.P. Birks Wendouree Shiraz, and the Slow Rhythm of a Clare Classic
© Linden Wilkie, December 2017. | The shiraz vines at this Clare Valley estate were planted, bushtrained, in 1893, when Alfred Percy Birks established it, and a bit more Shiraz was planted by his son Roly Birks in 1919. He retired in 1970, and after a short wobbly interlude, the estate was sold to Tony and Lita Brady in 1974, who have made every vintage since 1975. Two families, three generations, century-, and century-and-a-quarter old Shiraz vines. That is the background to Wendouree Shiraz.
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