This week, we saw a lot of commentary on 2010 Bordeaux prices as the market adapted to the new vintage. Since we’ve covered 2010 Bordeaux fairly extensively on the blog these last few weeks, here are a few (mostly) non-Bordeaux links. [unordered_list style=”arrow”] Everything You Wanted to Know About Oak (and Probably Some Stuff You Didn’t) – The title of ... Read More »
We have recently announced the 18 finalists who have made it past the first round of our 2018 Milles...
When his father asked him to take over his 37-acre vineyard in the Hautes-Cotes de Beaune, a 20-year...
Set in the heart of the Napa Valley wine region of Northern California is Grgich Hills Estate, owned...
In the post on 2010 Saint-Estephe value wines, we mentioned the Cru Bourgeois property, Phelan Segur, that borders classified growth chateaux Montrose and Calon-Ségur. In fact, just last year, Phelan Segur sold 22-hectares of its vineyard to neighbor Montrose, which is a testament to its exceptional quality. Originally founded by Irishman Bernard Phelan in the 19th century, the estate was ... Read More »
We previously published Roger Bohmrich’s Food and Wine Pairing Guide on the blog. Today, we’re making available his guide, Wine Style: A Guide to Selecting the Wine You Really Want to Drink.” Read More »
This is the last of our four wine tasting videos featuring Louis Latour White Burgundies available exclusively at Millesima USA. Today’s video focuses on the 2009 Puligny-Montrachet. This young wine is edgy with prominent acidity and offers good value for the price. Read More »
Previously, we offered some 2010 Pauillac value wines. In this post, we’ll look at one of the most elite and beautiful Pauillac estates, Pichon Baron. Classified as a Second Growth in the 1855 Classification, Pichon Longueville Baron was originally part of a single entity along with neighbor, Pichon Longueville Comtesse de Lalande. The estates were divided in 1850 and since ... Read More »
Yesterday, we posted some of Saint Estephe’s value wines in the 2010 Bordeaux vintage. Today, we’ll look at one of the most prestigious estates in the appellation, Cos d’Estournel. Read More »
With three First Growths (Lafite-Rothschild, Mouton-Rothschild, and Latour) and numerous other prestigious classified growth estates within its borders, Pauillac tends to be one of the pricier appellations in Bordeaux. Known for its deep gravel banks, this region produces some of the most admired and long-lived cabernet sauvignons in the world. Read More »