Allen Meadows is the author and publisher behind Burghound.com – a quarterly online subscription that is viewed as the definitive reference for the wines of Burgundy. Often quoted by auctions and wine merchants, we pose a few questions to Meadows that has nothing to do with points.
eProvenance make small temperature tracking devices for wine shipments. We are proud to say that we were the very first to use them in HK. Here I speak with the experts on wine provenance about wine care and their technology.
Alessandro Masnaghetti is a highly respected Italian wine journalist, publisher, editor, and writer of Enogea bi-monthly italian wine journal. He’s also a cartographer and his maps, if you will allow your eyes to go beyond the visual beauty these maps are a feast for the mind.
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Over the next two Saturdays, we’ll be opening up our office to our first ever pop up sale for Christmas! Come and literally search through our cellars for your holiday goodies.
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Meet and get to know Jerry, our Fine Wine Specialist.
Meet and get to know Janet Leung our Customer Service and eCommerce Executive
Now, that’s something I had to get my hands on. Who doesn’t love comics?
We have been fortunate to have some great supporters out there. One of them invited us to host a wine dinner in Guangzhou.
Its exciting times to be part of the wine trade in Asia, it’s like the gold rush of the 1840s in America, Hong Kong is the wild Wild East of wine
My scribbly notes from a really memorable dinner last week at the Principal includes a ’72 La Tache, ’83 Rousseau & Roumier and ’82 La Mission HB
In the last few months there has a lot of news about wine fraud at the auction level. Wine internet forums, twitter feeds and the international press have all been reporting on Rudy Kurkiniwan and more recently news has just come out regarding wine fraud within a wine investment fund companies in London. What does this mean for us as wine buyers and for you? Caveat Emptor – latin for Buyer Beware.
Chateau Latour announced that 2011 will be their last year of selling wines in barrel. We present a compilation of what people are saying about this move that will surely affect wine aficionados and trade alike.
Hong Kong is a hot and humid. Not an ideal climate for delicate bottles of older wines.
There is so much variety and information out there about wine that it can be quite maddening to understand. Learn how to put some method into the madness and start learning about what’s most important: being able to decipher what you like.
Mandy does a little write up on one of her favourite places in Hong Kong for our dear friends at Trufflepig a travel company that creates and delivers custom trips for individuals and small groups to destinations world wide.
We are really excited to be going to Singapore for this all out Burgundy love affair hosted by Allen Meadows [...]
We’re away for a few weeks but don’t worry we’re still available for business!
We are featured in this month’s Food & Wine magazine about Hong Kong.
Mandy is interviewed in the South China Morning Post’s Food & Wine column called Ask the Foodie
Mandy is quoted in this article on why we use eProvenance technology to track the shipping of our wine purchases
Jay is quoted in Bloomberg Businessweek on the soaring prices of Burgundy
Jay is quoted in the Financial Times on the prices of Lafite
Jay what we are seeing in terms of prices for Lafite vs. DRC
We are awarded as one of Hong Kong’s Most Valuable Companies for 2012
Mandy’s tips on Hong Kong is featured in London’s Sunday Times travel magazine