History Château Fuissé has been in the Vincent family since 1862. For five generations this family of passionate winemakers has passed on the savoir-faire they have acquired over the centuries from one generation to the next. Their rich family history finds its symbol in the properties beautifully preserved, 15th century, Renaissance style chateau. From 1967 to 2003, Jean-Jacques Vincent, with ... Read More »
History Château Fuissé has been in the Vincent family since 1862. For five generations this family o...
Burdigala. The ancient Latin name for the city of Bordeaux. Also New York City’s unmatched full-day ...
History: a dream of Chianti Classico glory Castello di Ama was founded in the 1970’s by a group of f...
Burdigala. The ancient Latin name for the city of Bordeaux. Also New York City’s unmatched full-day celebration of Bordeaux. Featuring a Grand Tasting and a Gala Dinner hosted at Midtown’s iconic Rainbow Room, BurdiGala will play host to winemakers, chateaux owners, sommeliers and Bordeaux enthusiasts on April 28th, 2017. And Millesima is pleased to be a Retailer Partner for the 3rd Edition ... Read More »
In 1779 the architect Victor Louis built Bordeaux’s Grand Theatre at the heart of the famous area of the Grands Hommes. This superb building is a reference-point in the discipline of architecture. In 1789, the architect signed another contract, facing the emblematic building: Mr. Sacriste de Rolly’s hotel at Place de la Comedie. This is how the InterContinental Bordeaux® – ... Read More »
On February the 6th, the jury of Millesima Blog Awards 2017 rendered its verdict. This year, the winners of the competition are Rob Frisch, Daniel Ercsey, Lisa Denning, Chiara Bassi, Jeff Burrows and Agnes Nemeth. As a reminder, the MBA is a competition organized for the exceptional community of wine bloggers around the world. This year, Millesima has partnered with ... Read More »
History: a dream of Chianti Classico glory Castello di Ama was founded in the 1970’s by a group of families who had fallen under the spell from the region. Their objective: revive Ama’s past glories of producing a unique Chianti Classico that would rank among the world’s most prestigious wines. Nestled in the picturesque Tuscan valleys, the estate extends 197 ... Read More »