Category: Wine & Spirits in Asia

A centenarian experience

Fortunate enough to have recently tasted a quartet of centenarian Sherries in the company of friends, Josh Rubenstein – Head of Wholesale in our Hong Kong office – considers the human factor in wine. Former heavyweight boxing champion, baddest man on the planet and unlikely philosopher, Mike Tyson, famously said, ‘Everyone has a plan ‘till […]

Raising your glass to the Year of the Goat

Ahead of Chinese New Year, Amanda Longworth from our Hong Kong office looks at the bottles which are most appropriate (and quite frankly justified) for celebrating the forthcoming holiday. As we enter the Year of the Goat, it seems opportune to explore and understand a little more about the zodiac calendar, and its possible connections […]

Long-distance crus

David Jones, Senior Account Manager in Hong Kong, reports back on the growing local demand for the less-renowned vintages of Burgundy and Bordeaux In our business in Hong Kong, over the course of the last six months or so, there has been a noticeable upsurge in appreciation for the value, quality and character typical of […]

How to appreciate sake – a masterclass

You may know your Daiginjo from your Ginjo, but for those of us less well-versed in sake, there is much to discover about the fascinating wine. At a recent Berry Bros. & Rudd event, Anne McHale MW – our education expert – hosted a Sake Masterclass with Asami Tasaka, UK Sales Director of World Sake […]