Italian winemaker Christian Zago pays tribute to his grandfather in the way he makes his Prosecco “Col Fondo”, which is aged on lees without filtration, writes Ch’ng Poh Tiong.
A Chinese logistics company made a costly mistake by freezing 2,000 cases of wine destined to Japan after misreading the dash sign in temperature instruction as a minus sign.
While virtual wine fair becomes the norm in the age of Covid, Minyong Yoo, founder of Wine BM limited, a wine event and marketing company operating in Asia, analyses from his experiences the pros and cons of online wine fairs.
Nothing speaks of autumn in Hong Kong more than hairy crab. Named for their trademark hirsute claws, hairy crabs – also know as Chinese mitten crabs – are highly sought-after among foodies for their creamy and golden roes and juicy meat. Here are four Chablis wines to pair with the delicacy.
The Japanese government has announced they will revise liquor taxes in October. Mari Yasuda reports from Japan on the impacts, and reactions from importers and merchants.
An extremely rare 1923 DRC Romanée Conti in the legendary Vandermeulen bottling will go under the hammer at Kaigai’s upcoming auction in October.
If, like us, you want to venture out of the comfort zone and reach for a more satisfying bottle of wine, a white, a red or little bit of both, here is your guide for a boozy Mid-Autumn Festival.
Singapore will relax rules on event organization, allowing up to 250 people. More from Ch’ng Poh Tiong.
Singapore is expected to announce some easing of pandemic restrictions on September 1.
The Wine & Spirit Education Trust (WSET) has launched a fund to provide assistance to at least 200 students in Asia Pacific each year to help further their studies in wine and spirits.