William Fèvre | Signature Chablis

A domain of world-renown, and a standout in the Chablis region.

Finesse and precision at Champagne Billecart-Salmon

Founded in 1818, Billecart-Salmon might not be the oldest champagne house in the region, but it’s certainly one of the most respected.

Natural wine: a passing trend or lasting phenomenon?

While nowadays it is fairly simple to understand what qualifies as ‘organic’ or ‘biodynamic’, the term ‘natural’ is much more difficult to grasp.

Meandering the Mosel | German wines at auction

The best German wines once achieved prices that topped the Bordeaux premier grands crus. After suffering a blow to their reputation for several years, German wines have made a comeback.

Italian wines at auction | How do our transalpine neighbours perform?

We tend to focus on the performance of French wines at auction but we aren't blind to the vinous wonders of the rest of the world. Let’s take a look ...

Domain Disznoko in Tokaj: a Hungarian first growth

In north-east Hungary, close to the border with Slovakia, Disznoko is one of the Tokaji region’s vastest estates. It’s also one of the most renowned.

Domain Roagna, an icon of Barbaresco

We head to the Langhe region (Piedmont), the “Burgundy” of Italian wines, to get to know an iconic producer of Barbaresco, domain Roagna.

The majesty of Hermitage, and other icons

In this auction, an ode to the savoir-faire of Jean-Louis Chave and his inimitable Hermitages, in red and white alike, in myriad vintages.

How to trump Trump’s tariffs: iDealwine’s handy guide

Calling all American wine lovers: here’s a little loophole that will help you to carry on enjoying French wines in spite of the 25% tariffs.

Wine Events | La Dive bouteille, Grenier Saint-Jean and Les Pénitentes 2020

The salons that take place in Angers and Saumur at the beginning of February are the place to be to try some of the best organic, biodynamic, and natural wines ...