From Champagne to Japan: Richard Geoffroy releases his first sake
The former Dom Pérignon boss has realised a long-held dream to make a premium sake and it’s already in some of the best restaurants in Asia
What will the world of luxury look like in the new normal?
The way we relate to high-end wine and spirits and other luxury products is likely to be very different in a post-Covid world
Australia’s greatest hits – Riesling, Chardonnay and cooler climate reds
A stellar line-up of older vintages of Australian classics provided an opportunity to assess the longevity of the country’s fine wines – and draw conclusions as to its long-term future
As they swallow up lesser estates, are classed growths undermining the 1855 classification?
By adding lower ranked vineyards to their holdings, Bordeaux classed growths are diluting diversity, not quality argues Jane Anson
Domaine Jean-Louis Chave: top Hermitage and St-Joseph
16th generation Jean-Louis Chave returns to his roots, reviving the modest family holdings in Hermitage where his ancestors first tended vines 500 years ago
Top collectable Scotch whiskies
Investing in whisky should be as much about enjoyment as it is about making a profit. Colin Hampden-White and Lora Hemy offer up a selection that ticks both boxes