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Wine Opinion | The awkwardness of being a wine snob

Do you need to be an expert to enjoy a tipple? Yes, to some extent

21 Sep 2015 - 9:38AM
The awkwardness of being a wine snob

Do you need to be an expert to enjoy a tipple? Yes, to some extent

Wine Opinion | Will Shangri-La produce China's first world-class red wine?

The 2013 vintage from Moët Hennessy  winery in Adong, a remote village 2,500 metres up in the Himalayan foothills, could be the start of something big.

15 May 2015 - 12:19PM
Will Shangri-La produce China's first world-class red wine?

The 2013 vintage from Moët Hennessy  winery in Adong, a remote village 2,500 metres up in the Himalayan foothills, could be the start of something big.

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Semillon winemakers who keep the torch burning for unfashionable classic
Australian winemakers turn to alternative grape varieties
China is the next port of call for traditional winemakers
Wine Opinion | Wine Opinion: Britain deserves credit for quality of France's finer products

If you buy wine regularly in Hong Kong, you are probably aware of the British origins of merchants such as Berry Bros, Armit, Fine & Rare and Farr Vintners.

28 Apr 2015 - 11:18AM
Wine Opinion: Britain deserves credit for quality of France's finer products

If you buy wine regularly in Hong Kong, you are probably aware of the British origins of merchants such as Berry Bros, Armit, Fine & Rare and Farr Vintners.

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