Église de Cabanac ( Mauroux - Lot )

South-West | 20 highest-priced bottles at auction this year so far

Our regional auction analysis takes us to the South-West, where mature vintages and large-format bottles have pride of place.

Anjou

Loire | Highest-priced wines at auction so far this year

We head to the Loire, to learn more about which bottles had wine lovers’ hearts racing this semester.

Beaujolais | Highest-priced bottles of 2019 so far

Natural vinifications, cellaring wines, large formats... We analyse the best auction results of the semester from Beaujolais.

Coche-Dury

July auctions | Meursault Perrières, Jacky Truchot, Chinon from Charles Joguet

We analyse the rare wines that made their mark on our July auctions. A foray into France’s finest vineyards.

Summer at iDealwine: will you be one of five winners of our Golden Ticket?

During the month of August, we will be slipping 5 Golden Tickets worth €150 into your packages. Will you be one of the lucky winners?

Baroville, Champagne vineyards in the Cote des Bar area of the Aube department

Champagne | Highest-priced bottles of 2019 so far

A look at our top selling Champagnes, featuring old vintages, rare wines, prestigious houses and giant bottles.

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iDealwine auctions | A promising first half of 2019

After a record year in 2018, iDealwine’s strong momentum continues in 2019, with a promising first semester. We look back at the last six months.

Blockchain | An app to authenticate and trace wines

iDealwine has taken wine authentication one step further, by creating an app to authenticate and trace wines. Developed in partnership with Synvance, the app uses blockchain technology.

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May auctions | Auvenay, Domaine des Miroirs, Sine Qua Non

In France and abroad, collectable bottles and vintages are much sought after. We look back at these auctions, yet another ode to rarity…

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Robert Parker, the million-dollar nose, formally retires from the Wine Advocate

Robert Parker, arguably the most influential wine critic in history, has formally retired from The Wine Advocate, 40 years after he founded the journal.