Despite a ‘positive’ market impression on the Bordeaux 2014 vintage, importers in China are expecting…
[Monthly Interview] Online retailer YesMyWine has bucked the trend for weaker wine sales in China in…
Teams from Sichuan International Studies University and Hong Kong Baptist University have secured the…
Shenzhen’s quarantine authority has launched a system that claims to be able to identify a wine’s origin by examining its chemical make-up, as part of an ongoing effort to reduce the number of counterfeit wines in Mainland China.
Bordeaux 2014: First impression - Soil type key to 'uneven' Right Bank vintage
09 April 15
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.
Bordeaux 2014: First impression - Sauternes savours a 'unique' vintage
01 April 15
Many Sauternes and Barsac chateaux have produced a 2014 vintage 'unlike any other in the past 30 years', marked by elevated acidity and high quality, but beware the rise of Sauvignon Blanc, says Decanter's Ian D'Agata after tasting the en primeur wines th
There are two clear stylistic camps for the Bordeaux 2014 vintage in Pessac-Léognan and Graves, writes Jane Anson, who offers her first general impression of the wines before rating them for Decanter.