In "Tuesday Night Fever," Loot took you on the standard city-guide clubbing tour of New York. Here, we take a different kind of tour, with one of Manhattan's "Black Card promoters," to see how the nightlife elite roll.
LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton SA, the world’s largest luxury goods company, bought the Clos des Lambrays vineyard to expand into Burgundy, adding to its holdings in Bordeaux, Champagne and the New World.
Export demand is likely to drive Champagne sales over the coming decade as any consumption growth in France lags behind that in newer markets overseas including Asia, according to the region’s trade association.
Four cases of 2002 Chateau Leoville- Las Cases, a Bordeaux second-growth estate, sold for 940 pounds ($1,570) a case on Liv-ex in the past week, taking the vintage to its lowest in more than three years amid muted demand.