Almost everyone has been criticizing this vintage, which potentially gave signs of being very difficult. In fact it was a hell of a strange vintage, with a large slice of mildew and disease, very cool and wet conditions and a … Continue reading
Congratulation Burgundy. On the 4th July 2015 UNESCO officially recognized the unique “terroir” that makes up the 1247 vineyards in Burgundy’s prime Côtes de Nuits & Côtes de Beaune districts. Champgane was also recognized, meaning that all France’s main wine … Continue reading
Yes, every once in a while we get some DRC bottles for sale. Here is what we have available…but be quick as they will run out fast… La Tâche 1 MAG La Tâche 1982 3.500 € 2 bles La … Continue reading
Ever thought about investing in Burgundy vineyards? Burgundy is not only very famous, frustratingly difficult to understand, small, unique, complex, now one of UNESCO’s world heritage sites, but also, as you would imagine, highly expensive. The average cost of buying … Continue reading
There are certain rules to follow in order to get the best from your bottle of wine. RESPECT is probably the most appropriate. If you don’t repect your wine, then you won’t get the maximum enjoyment. Wine is like a … Continue reading
So we’ve just been informed that the Chinese are now owners of over 100 wineries in Bordeaux (out of about 8000). That means that 1.25% of Bordeaux is now owned by the Chinese! But we’ve also been informed that the … Continue reading
Developing a Market for Chinese Wine: Tourism and Education. via Developing a Market for Chinese Wine: Tourism and Education.