History Spread over 155 acres in the commune of Pessac, Château Pape Clément (Grand Cru Classé de Graves) is one of the oldest winemaking estates in Bordeaux. The first recorded harvest took place in 1252, when the property belonged to the archbishop Bertrand of Got, who in 1305 would become Pope Clément V. It is from this rich history that the ... Read More »
Cos d’Estournel is a 2nd Classified Growth in the Saint-Estephe appellation. Its strong cultural and...
Futures 2016 : Releases of the day The 2016 vintage in a few words: In spite of inconsistent weather...
History After three generations of vignerons named Simon Bize helming this domaine, Patrick Bize joi...
Graham’s is a three-century old family owned winemaking company located in Portugal, in one of the most challenging wine-growing area on earth. Indeed, the Douro Valley is composed of very mountainous landscapes where vines experience strong winds. For generations, Graham’s has been entirely managed – from vine growing to bottling – by members of the same family, always with a ... Read More »
No other wine is as closely associated with celebration than Champagne. Among the many cuvees in the region, perhaps the most synonomous with luxury and style is Dom Perignon. Produced by France’s largest Champagne house, Moet et Chandon, the wine is famously named after Dom Pérignon, a 17th-century cellarmaster at the Abbey of Hautvillers. Though accounts differ as to whether ... Read More »
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