Taiwan whisky brand Kavalan has partnered with artist Paul Chiang and launched a “Kavalan Artists Series” featuring four bottle designs that drew inspiration from Taiwan’s landscape.
A Decanter masterclass led by professor Li Demei shone a light at top Chinese wines at ProWine China.
Ch’ng Poh Tiong remembers the inimitable Gerard Basset, and his towering examples set as a wine judge and a human being.
Mari Yasuda explains here the history of Japan’s love affair with Beaujolais Nouveau, a light and fruity red wine that so intently captivated the Asian country.
Here we have rounded up latest personnel changes in Hong Kong’s wine trade and job openings in Asian wine community to help you stay on top of your wine game.
Sotheby’s is offering a collection of Japanese Sake from prominent brewery Dassai for the first time, the auction house has announced.
Japan’s first zero-sugar and zero-carb beer proves to be a huge success upon release, affirming the country’s growing health trend for low-carb beverages.
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.