mai, 2016

Ruinart, the very first Champagne house – since 1729

Ruinart is known internationally for the quality of its chardonnay grapes and the purity and aromatic finesse of its cuvées. ...

Current Auction: La Chapelle 61, Mouton 2000 & over 3,000 lots

  This auction features a very large diversity of wines and includes legendary bottles: an Hermitage La Chapelle 1961 from Jaboulet, ...

100% Champagne fixed-price sale

We are happy to share with you our new fixed-price sale 100% Champagne. You’ll discover our latest picks from small ...

iDealwine’s WineDex® 100 remains stable in April and up 4.48% in 2016

iDealwine’s wine indexes showed little movement in April. However, they have kept ahead of the CAC 40 index since the ...

Château Palmer white wines go on sale for the first time

The news may have slipped under the wine world’s radar, but Château Palmer has just released its 2014 white (the ...

Auction Report: top bids for 1966, prestige Champagne & old Yquem

Prices for Bordeaux and Burgundy wines have calmed down, but wine lovers seem keener than ever on rare and prestige ...

Spring frosts: Loire and Burgundy hit hard

Although it’s still too early for a full report, the long-feared spring frosts have taken their toll in northern Burgundy, ...

Where does the sweet taste of dry white wines come from?

In terms of taste, the balance of a wine depends primarily on the level of acidity and its tannic structure, ...

Auction opened until 11 May: large formats, Gaja, Silex, Mugnier, Lynch Bages…

Auction closed 11th May A new auction just opened, take a look at the catalogue! Those who enjoy large formats ...

Coche-Dury | Iconic Meursault

With investor interest in white Burgundy increasing and prices heading skywards, it’s time to take a closer look at the ...

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