England’s answer to the Médoc Marathon is tackled by a team from the UK trade including Decanter On Sunday 8 September, a group of 30 runners from the wine trade, including Decanter staff and contributors, took part in this year’s Bacchus Half Marathon. The teams all tackled this challenging and (surprisingly) hilly course through the North Downs in aid of T […]
David Elswood, presiding over a Christie's auction in Hong Kong in 2011. Tributes have been paid to David Elswood, the popular ex-head of fine wine at Christie’s The post Fine wine auction pioneer David Elswood dies appeared first on Decanter.
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Château d'Yquem in Sauternes, which is part of Bernard Arnault's LVMH empire. But some analysts warned against rushing to acquire the wine... The post Château d’Yquem raises price for 2017 release appeared first on Decanter.