Winews

  • The Future of Wine Provenance Is Bitcoin

    Digital Provenance: How Wine Bottles Will Be Tracked Using Bitcoin

    Posted on October 6, 2014 by http://blog.vinfolio.com/2014/10/06/the-future-of-wine-provenance-is-bitcoin/

    Bitcoin is going to revolutionize the way that wine provenance is understood in the digital age.

  • Bordeaux 2005: 12

    The vintage now has the second largest number of 100 point wines, behind the 2009s which have 19 in total.

    None of the wines are from the M

  • Hangers-on eye a fine-wine rally

    Brian Croser on his Foggy Hill vineyard at Parawa in South Australia, is excited about what

  • Fine Wine Investment: An Introduction

    Wine tends to have two types of subscribers

  • Understanding Fine Wine

    One Minute Wine: Understanding Fine Wine

  • Rare Single Malt Whisky Collection at our live Auction

    Whilst Anderson’s is a Fine Wine Auction house & brokerage, one of our Directors has the skirl of the bagpipes in his blood and a collection of kilts in his wardrobe! He even loves haggis. Therefore, we didn’t really have an option but to feature some collectible Single Malts highlighting the Distillers Art, uisge beatha – the water of life.

    Through our Global network of private collectors, we will feature a collection of very rare & hard to find Single Malts in our live Auction to be held on Friday 13th February 2015 in Sydney. This Auction will also be streamed over the Internet for people unable to attend the auction in person. If you haven’t already registered, please make sure you do so now by clicking here.

    Do you have a collection of wines or whiskies that you would like to sell? Please contact us by clicking here, or download our electronic consignment form, fill in your collection details, and send it back to us for an obligation free valuation.

  • Penfolds Bin 95 Grange Magnum Collection

    We are working to secure a vertical collection of Penfolds Bin 95 Grange Magnums from 1979 for our live Auction to be held on Friday 13th February 2015 in Sydney. This Auction will also be streamed over the Internet for people unable to attend the auction in person. If you haven

  • Fine Wine Auction Featuring Australias Finest Wines

    Through our network of private collectors, we have managed to source a wide selection of Australia’s finest wines, including Rockford basket Press Shiraz, Wendouree, Cullen Diana Madeline, Jasper Hill Georgia’s Paddock Shiraz, Moss Wood, Torbreck, Bass Phillip, Eileen Hardy Shiraz, Orlando, Parker Coonawarra Estate & Peter Lehmann to name but a few.

    All of these wines and more will be available in our live Auction to be held on Friday 13th February 2015 in Sydney. This Auction will also be streamed over the Internet for people unable to attend the auction in person. If you haven

  • Andersons Fine Wine Auctions is bringing the fun and excitement back into the secondary wine market. The advent of technology is great for small businesses, bringing unprecedented levels of access and information to the consumer. But somewhere along the lines, the magic, the thrill of the chase, the anticipation and the competitiveness that once was a hallmark of the traditional live wine auction was lost. Well, were bringing it back!

    Watch this space for more information, dates & venues. You can also keep up to date with our progress by visiting our Facebook page

  • Rare Bordeaux Vintages from 1982 & 1986

    Fine & Rare Bordeaux from the 1982 & 1986 vintages to be featured at Anderson’s Live Wine Auction in 2015

    Highly acclaimed British wine merchants, Berry Brothers & Rudd, have this to say about the 1982 vintage from Bordeaux, “One of the great vintages of the last century and, with the possible exceptions of Margaux and Graves, these are the most complex and profound wines produced since the classic 1961 vintage. The weather was beneficial to producers throughout the growing season but what made the vintage outstanding was the exceptionally warm weather that Bordeaux enjoyed in September, with average temperatures ranging between 29-40 degrees. This produced a huge crop of wines of exceptional richness and ripeness, with some wines possessing an almost Californian- like character.

    The Merlot-based wines of Pomerol and St-Emilion are outstanding, with P