Though Bordeaux remains a talking point this week, the fine wine trade's focus has shifted from the ups and downs of the 2010 campaign to the excitement of Vinexpo, which is expected to receive around 50,000 visitors this year. For those of us who won't be among them, the Financial Times provides some interesting reading, having published its annual "Buying & Investing in Wine" supplement. As usual, the aticles are for collectors and traders alike and are available on the FT website, with links below.

Hiccups in market as Chinese bring cheer

Fine wine auctions: Hong Kong confirms its place at top of the podium

Funds: New ways to tap into fast-growing asset class

Opinion: Look beyond first growths

En primeur: Future is looking tense in 2010 campaign

Château Haut-Bailly: Elegant reds that epitomise refined style of the Graves

Martin Krajewski: New owner is ‘pulled along by the momentum’

Books draw the cork on the passions of the Burgundophile

Argentina: Mendoza region suits both vines and visitors

Australia: New locations show value as knowledge grows

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