Tag: Chardonnay

Red wine glass and chocolate

Pairing wine with chocolate

Have you ever wondered if chocolate can be paired with wine? Some may say that it doesn’t go together, but ...

alsace jura savoie

Alsace, Jura, Savoie wines: let’s head to the East of France – CLOSED

A superb themed sale from the vineyards of the East of France: Alsace, Jura and Savoie. This fixed-price sale will ...

Champagne Taittinger

Champagne Taittinger: always moving forwards

Taittinger: a name, a fascinating and irreproachable house is now one of iDealwine’s new partner-domains. This is an opportunity to ...

champagne bourgeois-diaz

Champagne Bourgeois-Diaz: head in the stars

In the kingdom of Pinot Meunier, in Crouttes sur Marne, halfway between Reims and Paris, the vines from Champagne Bourgeois-Diaz ...

Ruinart, the very first Champagne house – since 1729

Ruinart is known internationally for the quality of its chardonnay grapes and the purity and aromatic finesse of its cuvées. ...

WineDex

iDealwine’s WineDex up 7%

The iDealwine indices appreciated by 0.81% in May, resulting in an overall growth of more than 7% since the beginning ...

Jancis Robinson

Jancis Robinson on the evolution of wine since 1985

Last week, the famous wine critic Jancis Robinson published an article on her website in which she analyses the evolution ...

Roulot wine

Meursault’s Roulot impresses on auction

Roulot may be less renowned than other Coche-Dury or Auvenay producers, but has emerged as a sought-after success during the ...

Meursault and Marsannay image

Meursault and Marsannay return to the forefront

All French appellations have their « sleeping beauties », those who lack in fame despite their exceptional heritage. Until “Prince Charming” (an ...

Champagne tasting

A taste of Champagne

While the domestic market for champagne is declining, the region’s major export markets – the UK, USA and Germany – ...

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