There is a strict hierarchy when it comes to releasing wines from the UK government's wine cellar and Xi Jinping is likely to make the top rung.
Few civilians get a glimpse into the UK Government's inner chambers, but in a century-old cellar, Chris Mercer discovers Latour 1961 among more modest bottles, and hears tales of Nelson Mandela’s favourite tipple.
Ningxia Cabernet Sauvignon has won two gold medals so far at the Decanter Asia Wine Awards 2015 judging week, emphasising the growing stature of the Chinese wine region.
Chinese wine giant Dynasty Fine Wines has for the first time described allegations made against it, including faking sales and trying to sell sour wine to customers, as an investigation continues.
A sharp rise in the number of Chinese visitors to the Vinexpo 2015 wine trade fair in Bordeaux suggests optimism within China's wine market.
Some of the world’s biggest auction houses are going head-to-head in Hong Kong this week with a series of fine and rare wine sales.
Chinese buyers have shown interest in Bordeaux 2014 en primeur wines, but pricing is crucial, according to the chief executive of ASC Fine Wines, John Watkins.
ASC Fine Wines, a major Chinese importer of premium wine, has announced that its chief executive, John Watkins, will leave the company at the end of May.
Success on the Right Bank in the Bordeaux 2014 vintage depended on a vineyard's specific soil type and an estate's attention to detail ahead of harvest amid a cool and rainy summer, says James Lawther MW after tasting the young wines during en primeur wee
The Bordeaux 2014 vintage in Medoc has produced fresh and fragrant wines that could last for more than two decades in the best cases, says Decanter consultant editor Steven Spurrier in his initial assessment following last week's en primeur tastings.