mars, 2020

Natural wine | Finally an official label

Natural wine finally has an official label! And it takes more than sulphur-free vinification to qualify...

Covid-19 | What you need to know

Here's the latest news on how iDealwine is operating during France's confinement period.

Auction Report February 2020 | Vibrant results for natural Loire wines

How does the surge in interest for natural wine look in our auction results?

COVID-19 | Business as usual?

Here is an in-depth analysis of how the epidemic is affecting the markets, our business, and the potential choices you might be making in the weeks to come.

Domaine Mas Saint-Louis | An icon-to-be in Châteauneuf-du-Pape

A Châteaneuf-du-Pape icon-to-be, Mas Saint-Louis is a fantastic find!

Business News | Wine exports, Coronavirus, the latest with Angélique de Lencquesaing

Angélique de Lencquesaing this week explained French export figures for wine and spirits, as well as the impact of the Coronavirus on wine investments.

Organic, biodynamic, and natural wines: some green in your glass

Once more, iDealwine has decided to put the best organic, biodynamic and natural wines in the spotlight

Burgundy | 2016 vs 2017, battle of the vintages

What's the difference between Burgundy's 2016 and 2017 vintages?

A vineyard of one’s own

We’re waiting impatiently for the day when wine produced by women doesn’t have to be highlighted as such, but in the meantime here’s our list of favourites…

French wine and spirit exports in 2019 | A subdued performance

The French export market for wine and sprits has always been stable, but is there a storm brewing?