Posted: April 1, 2008 By Mitch Frank
Posted: March 12, 2008 By Jo Cooke
Posted: February 12, 2008 By Mitch Frank
Posted: January 17, 2008 By Eric Arnold
Posted: November 30, 2007
Posted: October 30, 2007 By Mitch Frank
Posted: September 6, 2007 By James Suckling
I was looking at the comments from my blog of Aug. 30 on Hardy Rodenstock and Jefferson bottles and it made me go back and read an article I wrote in 1998 on counterfeit wines. It was called “ A Taste of Deception : An exclusive look at counterfeit wine – a multimillion-dollar business.
Posted: August 29, 2007 By Mitch Frank
Posted: March 12, 2007 By James Suckling
Was it a dream? Did it really happen? For some reason, I find it almost hard to believe that on Saturday night, I drank every vintage of Château Le Pin ever bottled (1979-2004), and in Hong Kong no less.
Posted: March 9, 2007 By James Suckling
I think that people seem to forget that the same family who make the ultra-collectible and ultra-expensive Château Le Pin also make Vieux-Château-Certan. In fact, the Thienpont family has been making VCC for a hell of a lot longer than Le Pin.
Posted: February 28, 2007 By Mitch Frank
Posted: February 13, 2007 By Eric Arnold
Posted: December 20, 2006 By Mitch Frank
Posted: December 18, 2006 By James Suckling
I felt like the referee at a sumo match, but the only wrestling being done was the debate over whether certain bottles were fake or not. We were drinking some of the greatest bottles (magnums) ever produced on the face of the earth during a dinner last night here in Hong Kong.
Posted: December 12, 2006 By Harvey Steiman
You taste a wine. You love it. You buy a few more bottles, pop one open a few weeks later, and... where has the magic gone? Or, conversely, you taste a wine. You're not impressed. A friend serves it a few weeks later, and.
Posted: September 30, 2006 By Mitch Frank
Posted: January 31, 2006 By Jo Cooke
Posted: October 31, 2005
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