Inspired by its rich history, this festive season the Château is offering a unique selection of its legendary vintages in an elegant, limited edition gift set, exclusively available at Millésima. Containing six vintages of legendary status, such as the fabled 1982 and the emblematic 2009, it is a genuine showcase for Reybier’s prestigious estate. These wines have deservedly won the ... Read More »
Inspired by its rich history, this festive season the Château is offering a unique selection of its ...
Founded in 1843 by Joseph Krug, the reputation of the house has been built and maintained over centu...
Millésima is excited to announce the arrival of Château d’Yquem’s 2013 vintage and Y’s 2014 vintage,...
Innovation has found a new home in Saint-Estephe during this harvest season. Château Montrose – clas...
Founded in 1843 by Joseph Krug, the reputation of the house has been built and maintained over centuries by the distinctive style and unparalleled quality of its champagnes. However, Krug has remained a Champagne House on a human scale, preserving its savoir-faire and defending its unparalleled quality by choosing to offer a limited number of bottles. Not only is Krug dedicated ... Read More »
Millésima is excited to announce the arrival of Château d’Yquem’s 2013 vintage and Y’s 2014 vintage, which are now available on the website. D’Yquem “An exquisite nobility that goes down inside like light. Because Yquem is also light. Light that one drinks!” Fred Dard The aura surrounding this famous château is as mysterious as it is romantic. Tales of famous personalities ... Read More »
Innovation has found a new home in Saint-Estephe during this harvest season. Château Montrose – classified as a second growth in the 1855 imperial classification – has fully embraced the latest technological developments and has begun using drones in the harvesting of its grapes. This approach is part of a project developed by a young American engineer – William Metz, ... Read More »
Australian viticulture was essentially founded by British settlers who arrived in the country in 1788. In 1873 Australian wine made waves internationally after French judges at the Vienna Exhibition withdrew in protest after blind tasting wine from Victoria, the revelation of the provenance infuriated the judges who stated that wines of that quality must clearly be French. Today, Australia is ... Read More »
The harvest is just getting started and already Bordeaux’s 2015 vintage is starting to create a buzz. Short of a disaster at the last hurdle, 2015 is promising to be a good year for the region’s winemakers. Things have been a little bumpy in recent times with three vintages (2011, 2012 and 2013) subject to unfavourable conditions. However, things picked ... Read More »
A family story Located in Bergheim, in the heart of Alsace’s wine region, Marcel Deiss is a true brand ambassador for the district. Descending from a family of wine makers who have been settled in Bergheim since 1744, the company namesake, Marcel Deiss, surprisingly did not automatically join the family business. Instead, when he came of age he joined the ... Read More »