Here is the second video in our series on Bordeaux Wine Future. The process (simplified) takes place in several steps, the first of which starts with the tastings by professionals and media. Following this, pricing is determined on individual estate’s product as well as the overall quality of the vintage. This year’s prices have already begun to be released- several ... Read More »
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Although tastings only just finished, wines have begun to be priced for the 2011 vintage, fairly early in comparasion with other vintages. Tasters and outstandings critics are publishing their comments as prices for this year are shared with the public, waiting in anticipation. Also interesting for this year is the fact that top Châteaux are leading the releases instead of ... Read More »
Millesima announces the release of Château Lafite-Rothschild, Classified First Growth from AOC Pauillac. You do not want to miss out on the opportunity to add this to your collection. Reserve your 2011 Lafite-Rothschild available in several formats. Read More »
What is ‘En Primeur’ week? How does it work? And why is it so important? For those of you who are not familiar with the term ‘Futures’ or ‘Primeurs’ in French, I will take my next few posts to share a brief explanation of the frenzy that takes over the wine world each spring. In addition to a few explanations ... Read More »
Bonjour ! I am your newest Millesima blogger, Abby Gatchel. I am writing to you from Bordeaux, France as your European correspondent on wine history, reviews and happenings. Originally from a suburb of Chicago, I moved to Bordeaux 2 years ago to complete a Masters in Wine and Spirits. I am enthusiastic about the Wine and Spirits industry, and happy to ... Read More »