Situated in the heart of the Loire Valley right in the center of France, the appellation of Sancerre has become well known for its slightly savory, flinty, highly aromatic Sauvignon Blanc wines. The producers of this area pride themselves on the unique soil types into which their vines stretch their long roots: a combination of chalk, limestone-gravel and flint, responsible for a certain smoky gun-flint aroma ... Read More »
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A mere glance at the classic etiquette gracing each bottle of Chateau Pichon Baron is enough to understand the refined character of this property. A pair of mighty griffins fiercely guarding the historical seal of an esteemed Bordeaux family. The “Cru Classe” classification proudly displayed above the famous appellation of Pauillac, in capital letters. Chateau Pichon Baron is a true Medoc, as ... Read More »
In honor of this year’s International Women’s Day, taking place on Thursday, March 8th, we have decided to take a closer look at women’s changing role in the global wine industry and to highlight some of our favorite lady wine makers and winery owners along the way. Discover the increasingly influential role of women in a historically male-dominated industry and how ... Read More »
Since 1945, a great artist has been chosen each year to illustrate the label of the new vintage of Chateau Mouton Rothschild. The legendary chateau thus offers through its bottles not only one of the most prized wines of Bordeaux, but also a collection that, from year to year, brings together the most famous names in contemporary art. A Legacy of Art in Label ... Read More »
The oldest champagne house, founded in 1584 in Ay. Founded in 1772, Veuve Clicquot is an emblem of the Champagne region and the development of its world famous fine wines. A family business, Veuve Clicquot began with land in Bouzy owned and tended by Philippe Clicquot. The tradition he started quickly grew into a revolutionary new business, which was carried ... Read More »
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The story of Tenuta di Trinoro begins relatively recently, back in 1992, when Andrea Franchetti first began planting vines in what was previously rough woodland covered in wild roses and grazing sheep. His big idea? To produce a Bordeaux-style blend from Bordeaux-style varietals planted using Bordeaux-style techniques, but on Tuscan terroir. The result? A beautiful range of robust, fantastically structured ... Read More »