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Louis Cheze: A Producer to Discover

Louis Cheze Soil

History Located on the hilltop town of Limony, the Louis Cheze estate is the product of an unique vineyard and its terroir. This area of steep slopes and granitic soils is not ideal for growing grapes. However, a few daring winemakers have to bravely cultivated these steeply inclined plots. The temperate climate and the soil quality is perfect for Syrah, ... Read More »

Yves Cuilleron

Yves Cuilleron Vines

History of Domaine Cuilleron Dating back to 1920, and three generations ago, the domaine of Yves Cuilleron was founded in the Northern Rhone Valley in the hamlet of Verlieu, part of the town of Chavanay, by Yves Cuilleron’s paternal grandfather Claude. Twenty-seven years later, Claude bottled his first wine for the consumer market, beginning the legacy of Cuilleron’s wines in ... Read More »

Australian Wine Tasting

Australian Wine Tasting at Millesima NYC Ben Haines B Minor Marsanne Roussanne 2014 A blend of 60% Marsanne, 40% Roussanne, harvested from vines planted in the 1990s. Grapes are whole bunch pressed and barrel fermented with native yeasts (14% new French oak). Partial malolactic fermentation, aging on lees for three months with monthly lees stirring. A lovely white wine with ... Read More »

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