The 58th Hospices de Nuits-Saint-Georges auctions took place last Sunday 18th March, with a disappointing result, down 15%.
We’ve compiled a glossary of the terms used to describe the various stages of vinification. Part 1 focuses on those tricky terms used in the production of red wine.
This Vouvray domain has, with each generation, lost not a bit of its soul or expertise, producing pure, taut, complex wines which traverse the years with remarkable ease.
The Fronsac appellation might not have any Grands Crus, but if it did, it would have to be Haut-Carles!
Live, love and share good wine. Love it or hate it, Valentine’s Day is the perfect guise for offering a bottle to your other half.
Calling all fans of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay: our inexhaustible selection of fine Burgundian wine has all you could possibly wish for!
We tell you how Philippe Pacalet came to be known as the “revealer of terroir”.
As January has us dreaming of warmer climes, we shine the spotlight on a region that is lacking in neither sunshine nor fine wines.
To decant or not to decant – that is the often controversial question. What is the best way to prepare your wine before serving?
This week we turn to Alsace, a region we are particularly fond of, where this domain, renowned for its biodynamic methods and vibrant wines reigns supreme.