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Paolo Scavino Barolo and Lieu Dit Sauvignon Blanc

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Reverdy Terre de Maimbray Sancerre Rouge

Pascal et Nicolas Reverdy Terre de Maimbray Rouge 2015 Domaine Pascal & Nicolas Reverdy known more for their white Sancerre, also produces and elegant and delicate Sancerre rouge! Produced from 100% Pinot Noir grapes, from vines 30-60 years old. Their Pinot Noir wines are delicate, fruity and a pleasure to drink, think of red Burgundy with a chalky minerality! Depending ... Read More »

Old Vintage Sauternes | How to Choose the Right Bottle

The holidays are upon us, and the shopping lists have been drafted up and checked twice. In a previous article we suggested wines to pair with classic Christmas hors d’oeuvres and dishes. But what to serve with all those indulgent holiday desserts? For those with a sweet tooth, we recommend a nice Sauternes from Bordeaux, best served chilled with blue cheese or ... Read More »

Presenting Chateau Clerc Milon | 2018 Millesima Blog Awards Partner

With the deadlines for the 2018 edition of the Millesima Blog Awards just around the corner, we are thrilled to announce our partnership with Chateau Clerc Milon, a 5th Growth classified in 1855 and located in the Pauillac appellation. Let’s take a closer look at the history, terroir and know-how of this majestic and historical property whose wonderful wines will be tasted by the finalists during ... Read More »

Maison Krug | King of Blending in Champagne

The elaboration of each cuvee by the prestigious Krug House of Champagne involves a meticulous selection of the perfect blend, comprising over 120 wines of 3 distinct varietals, spread over more than 10 different vintages. More than perhaps any other of its famous neighbors, Krug has become known for the amazing complexity of its signature blend, made of grapes plucked directly from the local ... Read More »

Dom Perignon | The Best Vintages of Champagne Locked Inside a Bottle

Perhaps no single label elicits a stronger emotional reaction from lovers of fine Champagne than that of the world-renowned prestige cuvee Dom Perignon. Since its very first release back in 1921, Dom Perignon has stood out as an elite wine and has remained the unwavering symbol of luxury, class and flawless quality in Champagne. A vintage champagne by nature, “Dom” is ... Read More »

The Old Vintage Red Wines of Burgundy

In our last article about old vintage red wines, we discussed some of the key factors in ageing wines, opening and serving them. We spoke about why exactly some wines are better for cellaring, while others are meant to be consumed young. We also highlighted some of the best vintages in the Bordeaux region, including 1949, 1982 and the most recent 2005. ... Read More »

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