We often hear about the maturation and aging of wine. What does this do to the wine and how is it done? This process occurs after harvesting the grapes, covered in our previous edition of Millesima Tips. In this edition, we dive into the process of maturing wine. Aging vs. Maturation: What should you say? Wine can be matured or ... Read More »
Chateau Pape Clement is one of the oldest classified growths in Bordeaux. It is a Graves Classified ...
The 2017 vintage has been a series of ups and downs for winemakers all over the world. Early this ye...
Founded in 1865 and based in the famous Meursault appellation of Burgundy, the prestigious Domaine J...
Tuscany is a viticultural region in Italy that is often whispered on the lips of wine amateurs and connoisseurs around the world. Home of the Super Tuscan, a term coined by wine critics, Tuscany is a jewel in Italy’s star-studded wine producing history. Tuscany is located in central Italy, and is home to the legendary Chianti region. Chianti is recognized ... Read More »
Wine grapes like all crops also need to be picked. “When” and “How” are two of the most important questions that winemakers ask themselves every vintage. We seek to illuminate the important topics surrounding harvests in our third installment of Millesima Tips. Mother Nature Determines All The most crucial point during the vine cycle is determining when to stop growth, ... Read More »
Dan Kosta and Michael Browne have been making wine for almost 20 years, but they are still just as passionate and devoted as they were at the beginning of their journey. Dan and Michael’s high energy and can-do attitudes are the reasons that their high-wines are the center of a beautiful success story. Two friends who love wine John Ash ... Read More »
Following our article on the grape varieties of the Millesima Tips series, we will focus on the top 10 most planted varieties in the world according to research from the University of Adelaide in Australia. 6 of the 10 are French! The Top 10 most widely planted grape varieties 1/ Cabernet Sauvignon Total Surface Area: 290,091 hectares Cabernet Sauvignon is ... Read More »
For the second edition of Millesima Tips, we are going to focus on an important aspect of the wine-making process. No two grapes taste alike. We are going to closely examine several different grape varietals and understand how it translates to what we find in our glasses. Grapes & vines Grapes can be enjoyed as a summer snack or in ... Read More »
Domaine Pascal & Nicolas Reverdy is known for producing pure, high-quality expressions of Sancerre’s terroir. Wine making is the family’s tradition. Located in the Loire Valley, this region is famous for its extraordinary Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir. Wine-making with Family The family lives in Maimbray, which is a small quaint village in the Centre-Val de-Loire Region. Its neighbors are ... Read More »