Tag: Hermitage

Michel Chapoutier: the inventor of soils

He did not know much but he had wine in his blood. Michel Chapoutier, who first traveled and learned English ...

iDealwine’s Top 50 most expensive wines at auction in 2016

2016 ranking of the most expensive lots and bottles still shows the strong domination of Bordeaux and Burgundy, yet the record ...

WineDex

WineDex up nearly 8% for first half of 2015

Driven by the success of Burgundy wines, the iDealwine indices have recorded a growth rate of nearly 8% for the ...

Blind tasting competition

View from the top at London Wine Fair

What an exciting few days it has been! Last week, iDealwine exhibited at the London Wine Fair for the first ...

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Grilled lobster with salted butter by Chef Olivier Roellinger

An inexpensive, yet delicious and powerful dish! Great with Champagne or white wine. Preparation time: 20 min Cooking time: 15 ...

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 ...

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A thirst for Rhône

While Bordeaux and Burgundy remain synonymous with fine wine investment, the Rhône Valley is growing in popularity, with renewed interest ...

Rhone valley vineyards

Rhône wines attract buyers from around the world

The price evolution of top Rhône Valley wines should be closely monitored. While these wines represent less than 10% of ...