The 2017 Meininger Award, ‘Excellence in Wine & Spirits’, held at the InterContinental in Düsseldorf, honoured giants of the wine and spirits industry.
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Adam Lechmere visits Heitz Cellars in the Napa Valley, whose commitment to elegance, regardless of the dictates of fashion, is being recognised once again.