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FINE & RARE WINES FEATURING ESTEEMED CONNOISSEUR MR YAP CHEE MENG'S PRIVATE COLLECTION

May 30, 2015

Total: HK$25,527,259 / US$3,308,333 “Exceptional wine of the finest provenance drew bidders from all over to compete actively for the single owner collection from Mr Yap Chee Meng and ex-cellar lots of prized Rhône and Chablis from E.Guigal and Domaine Laroche. Collectors were especially keen to acquire vintages aged and ready for drinking and enjoyment. As wine aficionados in Asia mature in their taste palates, buying has also expanded beyond traditional reds to other classic regions by the likes of the Loire Valley and beyond.” said Simon Tam, Head of Christie’s China Wine Department.     http://www.christies.com/sales/fine-and-rare-wines-hong-kong-may-2015/index.aspx

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Seppeltsfield 100-year-old port gets a luxury Lalique crystal makeover worth $10,000

May 27, 2015

WHEN does a fine wine become fine art? South Australian winery Seppeltsfield has answered the question by stepping into the world of high culture and design with its latest blend of Barossan fortified. The winery has partnered with luxury French crystal house Lalique to release a rare 100-year blend of tawny “port” in an exclusively crafted decanter to go on sale this week for $10,000. Only 150 of the pieces have been made worldwide, to be unveiled Wednesday and Thursday in $150 a head tasting events in Melbourne and Sydney. The association with Lalique puts Seppeltsfield in the same realm as global luxury brands such as Bentley, Salvatore Ferragamo, Hardy Cognac and Macallan, all of which have chosen the French...

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GLOBAL PROSECCO SHORTAGE COULD HIT THIS SUMMER

May 20, 2015

With the global thirst for Prosecco showing no sign of slowing, stocks of the Italian sparkler could dry up by the summer one leading producer has warned. The lush rolling hills of Valdobbiadene Speaking to the drinks business during the London Wine Fair this week, Roberto Cremonese, export manager of Bisol said: “Last year’s harvest was very poor, and down by up to 50% in some parts, so there is a very real possibility of a global shortage. “We’ll find out how big the problem is in August when the brokers release their stock. At the moment we don’t know how much Prosecco they’re holding on to. “Because there is such a demand for Prosecco, the négociants are releasing it onto...

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KRUG TO HOST CHAMPAGNE AND CHIP POP-UP

May 20, 2015

Champagne house Krug is to launch a gourmet chip and Champagne pop-up bar in partnership with Michelin-starred chef Tom Sellers. Chef Tom Sellers Serving dishes inspired by the humble chip, Krug & Chips will be overseen by chef Tom Sellers, who runs Michelin-starred Restaurant Story. Known for creating dishes that tell a story, Sellers has previously at Denmark’s Noma restaurant, voted this year’s best restaurant in the world. Dishes on offer will include “fish in chips” – a potato ravioli with fish in tartar sauce – monkfish cheek curry with matchstick fries, and lobster claws wrapped in potato spaghetti with tartar sauce. Guests will be offered a glass of Krug Grande Cuvée alongside the pop-up’s chip-inspired menu, with a glass of Krug and one...

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