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Upcoming: Great Wines of the World, Oct. 30 to Nov. 1, Hong Kong

JamesSuckling.com and Hong Kong Tatler have again joined forces to present Great Wines of the World, being held October 30...

Elliot's Blog: A Happy Accident for Sake Fermentaion

The first time I went to Nagano, there had just been a massive snowstorm that seemed to put this mountainous area of Japan...

The James Suckling Wine Experience at Soneva Kiri - Koh Kood, Thailand

James Suckling joined forces with one of the world's leading "barefoot" luxury resorts to create an unprecedented and...

My Articles: Hong Kong Tatler, June 2014

In James' column for the June issue of Hong Kong Tatler magazine, he dicusses the interesting 2013 vintage of Bordeaux;...

Bordeaux Confidential: The Wine Tasting Experience

Bordeaux Confidential: The Wine Tasting Experience

May 28th, 2014

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Bordeaux Confidential: The Wine Collectors' Dinner

Bordeaux Confidential: The Wine Collectors' Dinner

May 28th, 2014

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Bordeaux Confidential - May 22 & 23, 2014 in Hong Kong - Event Recap

JamesSuckling.com and  Hong Kong Tatler  proudly presented the latest addition to the popular  Great Wines...

Mesubim's Blog: Wagyu - Joshu, Not Joshua

The Wagyu breed in other countries is all crossbred and is not 100 percent pure bred, so if you pay for fatty beef from...

SIAL Wine World in Shanghai - James Suckling as Keynote Speaker

Sort of like the Cannes Film Festival of the wine industry, SIAL Wine World is taking place May 13 to 15 in Shanghai. The...

Elliot's Blog: Say My Boo Eye - Polishing Rice for Sake

Sake starts with polished rice. The rice can come from all over to Japan; while there can be a sense of terroir associated...

My Articles: Hong Kong Tatler, May 2014

In James' column for the May issue of Hong Kong Tatler magazine, he discusses outstanding Australian Barossa Valley reds;...

Tasting Report: Junmai

“Junmai” means pure and while this doesn’t mean that other sake is “unpure,” it does mean...

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