Forbes - All The Reasons To Drink Turkish Wine
By Susan H. Gordon
“I’m not Turkish,” said Momofuku Ssam Bar wine director Nicole Hakli at the first Borderless Wine Symposium, held in downtown Manhattan earlier this week, about her own borderlessness. She was here to talk about the wines of Turkey, wh
Decanter: Georgia – finding its path
Andrew Jefford, March 26, 2018
It’s been an eventful five years. My first visit to Georgia, in April 2013, came at a tense but exciting time for the nation’s wine producers. Russia’s 2006 ban on the import of Georgian (and Moldovan) wine had presented
Vinous: 2015 Bordeaux: Every Bottle Tells a Story...
BY ANTONIO GALLONI | FEBRUARY 26, 2018
Two thousand fifteen has turned out to be a fabulous vintage for Bordeaux. A dry, hot summer followed by late-season rains introduced a degree of variability in some of Bordeaux’s main appellations, but where site
Decanter: Bordeaux Right Bank 2015
See which St-Emilion and Pomerol wines scored at least 95 points as part of Jane Anson's Bordeaux 2015 in-bottle tasting series.
‘It’s an excellent Right Bank vintage,’ said James Lawther MW about Bordeaux 2015, when he tasted the wines en primeur for
Château La Grâce Dieu Des Prieurs (Grand Cru) In Art Russe gift box
When French wine meets Russian art - artworks from the 19th and 20th century. If you’re a wine and painting/art collector, this will be the perfect New Year's gift for yourself! Ch. La Grâce Dieu Des Prieurs both vintages 2014 and 2015 are available for p
Cracking Croatian Wine
Exotic Wine Travel - 20 Months on the Wine Road: Ep 183
In this episode, Exotic Wine Travel interviews Moreno Coronica from Coronica Winery. The Coronica Gran Malvazija and Gran Teran are two standout wines from the wine region of Istria in Croatia.
Wine From Prehistoric Georgia With an 8,000-Year-Old Vintage
Raise a glass to Georgia, which could now be the birthplace of wine.
The country, which straddles the fertile valleys of the south Caucasus Mountains between Europe and the Middle East, may have been home to the first humans to conquer the common grape
Asian Wine Challenge 2017 By Wine Luxe Magazine
Asian Wine - The Close Stranger
September 8, 2017
We often classify the Old World and New World by the border of Europe. However many historians believe that the first wine was produced in Persia some 6,000 years ago, which is the locatio
Hamilton Russell Vertical Vintages 2005-2016 (Available in HK)
South African is thrilling the wine world
A FIVE BOTTLE WOODEN CASE WITH A VERTICAL OF
HAMILTON RUSSELL VINEYARDS PINOT NOIR 2005-2009 & 2010-2014
now available for sale at our store: Evercohol
James Suckling: Gorgona Is One Of The Best Whites of Italy
James Suckling tweeted yesterday that Gorgona is "now one of the best whites of Italy."
Owned by Marchesi di Frescobladi and through their partnership with the prison authorities, Gorgona is a blend of Vermentino and Ansonica grapes. The vineyard is ma
Both Seña & Almaviva 2015 Scored JS100
Both Seña & Almaviva 2015 Scored JS100
Following his recent fifth trip to Chile in three years, during which he tasted nearly 800 Chilean wines, international wine critic James Suckling published his annual report entitled “The Time for Chilean W
Decanter: Jefford on Monday: Bekaa Beauties
Andrew Jefford enjoys the rich pleasures of Lebanon’s red wines...
“On the high hills of the Bekaa, there’s more drought stress, the tannins don’t ripen, the acid is too high and the balances are too sharp,” says James Palgé, and at least two other winem
Wine Luxe Magazine
Our wines endorsed by Gillian Chung are featured in Wine Luxe Magazine.
To ordinary wine gurus, Europe is regarded as the old wine world.
However there are proofs that people in Turkey and Middle East Asia have started making wine much earlier, even
Decanter: Turkish wines – 5 to try
Jefford: The Turkish Renaissance | 5 Turkish wines to try | Available at Evercohol HK & China
Decanter: Andrew Jefford tastes Lebanon’s new white wines
Domaine Wardy, Obeïdeh 2013
Drink Wine For A Good Cost
Evercohol is involved in UNICEF’s China’s Children Fund Program, which aims to protect and improve the lives of children and women in China - programs include improving school quality in rural areas, preventing child trafficking, and supporting children a
Global Times: Sena Wine Dinner in Beijing
Chile in a bottle
"Chilean wine, in general, is approachable and easy to drink for beginners. Good Chilean wines are generally balanced between acidity and sweetness," Cass Lam, director of Evercohol, a Hong Kong-based wine distributor, told the Global T
Wine Now: Domaine Wardy in HK
Wine Now writer Hoi Shing reported about our Domaine Wardy wines and he shared his tasting notes with us.
CEO Magazine: The Mediterranean Discovery
Cass Lam: Anyone can sell wines in HK due to the economic benefits of wine duty exemption and the fact that liquor license is not required in wine trade, what's special about V.E is that we are not a wine super market and we don't let consumers define our
Economic Times: Lebanese Wine Domaine Wardy
Our Lebanese wines Domaine Wardy was featured in the Economic Times, reported by Alice.
Cru Magazine: Turkish Wine Renaissance
Through a series of archaeological discoveries, historians have proved that Turkey is one of the world's oldest wine producing countries, although commercial wineries and international export only began in 1920. and though it has been a long time coming,