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Millesima Tips #9 | How to serve your wine at the correct temperature

Serving Temperature Millesima Tips

In this edition of Millesima Tips we will be discussing the correct serving temperature for all of your wines. We know that the temperature and humidity is important when storing wine is important. Now we will elaborate on how to bring your wines to the correct serving temperature. What does temperature do to wine? In the same way that the weather ... Read More »

Chateau Pape Clement 2010, an exceptional vintage

Chateau Pape Clement 2010

Chateau Pape Clement is one of the oldest classified growths in Bordeaux. It is a Graves Classified Growth in the Pessac-Leognan region appellation. The estate This historic property has been harvesting grapes since 1252, under the leadership of Bertrand de Goth who became Pope Clement V in 1305. This 30 hectare vineyard is planted on Pyrenean gravel that dates back ... Read More »

Millesima Tips #8 | How to serve an old bottle of wine

Millesima Tips Old wine

In this series of Millesima Tips we will discuss vintage wines. Where to buy them, how to store and protect them for several years and how to serve them. The older a wine is, the more difficult it can be to serve it properly without damaging the wine. With time, wine becomes more elegant and fragile. Choosing a Bottle Before ... Read More »

2017: A look at the wine harvest season around the world

The 2017 vintage has been a series of ups and downs for winemakers all over the world. Early this year, most European countries were confronted with threatening and dangerous weather. Hail and frost are both quite dangerous for grapes, especially early on in the season.  France: Hot & Cold Cold temperatures and hail in April devastated many wine growers in ... Read More »

Millesima Tips # 7 | Decanter vs. Carafe

Well-developed wine is a wonderful experience for any wine lover; winegrowers, connoisseurs and amateurs alike. But knowing which tools and accessories should be used with which wines is never easy. This week’s Millesima Tips looks at two tools used for vastly different occasions, the decanter and the carafe. Carafe Carafes tend to look like vases, long bodies and small bases. ... Read More »

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