Domaine Delaporte | History and character of Sancerre

Matthieu Delaporte’s work is meticulous and respectful of the environment, in the vines as much as in the cellar, to produce delicate and elegant Sancerres.

2017 Vintage Notes | Southern France

Part 2 of our 2017 vintage notes. This time we take you on a tour of the sunny, southern regions.

Why are Burgundy wines so expensive?

Much like everywhere else, but more so, the price of Burgundy wines has experienced spiralling inflation for over fifteen years without an end in sight. Here we try to explain ...

Competition: iDealwine’s Advent Calendar

iDealwine has launched a competition on social media - every day in December you could be in with a chance of winning some divine wine from our ‘Must Haves’.

2017 Vintage Notes | Northern France

The 2017 vintage is bottled and ready to buy. iDealwine is here to guide you through this vintage region by region, starting in the north.

Mee Godard | Purity, structure, delicacy and the best of Morgon

A new rising star shines on Morgon, one of the finest Beaujolais Crus. Let’s take a look at the searing success of this winemaker.

Thanksgiving: food pairings and our wines

At iDealwine we’re always looking to expand our horizons, so we’re introducing this festive event by suggesting some divine food and wine pairings.

iDealwine world tour, part 3 | Hong Kong Wine Fair

This year the iDealwine team pulled out all the stops at the Hong Kong wine fair! We look back to last weekend’s event.

iDealwine world tour, part 2 | Merano, Italy

If the Decanter Fine Wine Encounter in London is now a firm favourite, the Merano Wine Festival was a first for iDealwine.

Clos Marie: a breath of fresh air in the Languedoc

25 years ago, Christophe Peyrus and his wife Françoise Julien inherited some vine plots in Pic-Saint-Loup. Since then, Clos Marie has increasingly made of itself a big name in the Languedoc.