In 1779 the architect Victor Louis built Bordeaux’s Grand Theatre at the heart of the famous area of the Grands Hommes. This superb building is a reference-point in the discipline of architecture. In 1789, the architect signed another contract, facing the emblematic building: Mr. Sacriste de Rolly’s hotel at Place de la Comedie. This is how the InterContinental Bordeaux® – ... Read More »
Everyone who is slightly interested in the world of wine and its history, know Chateau Margaux. Seve...
Millesima created an event specifically for wine-professionals 28 years ago. A few days before the n...
Some people imagine the universe of wine as a very masculine place. Vineyard owners, wine makers, so...
Founded in September 1729, the Ruinart House is one of the longest-existing houses of Champagne. An ...
On February the 6th, the jury of Millesima Blog Awards 2017 rendered its verdict. This year, the winners of the competition are Rob Frisch, Daniel Ercsey, Lisa Denning, Chiara Bassi, Jeff Burrows and Agnes Nemeth. As a reminder, the MBA is a competition organized for the exceptional community of wine bloggers around the world. This year, Millesima has partnered with ... Read More »
Everyone who is slightly interested in the world of wine and its history, know Chateau Margaux. Several owners allowed it to evolve over time, the property has had its fair share of ups and downs. From la Mothe de Margaux in the 12th century to its incredible fame today, the atypical course of this Chateau is built on a history ... Read More »
Millesima created an event specifically for wine-professionals 28 years ago. A few days before the new vintage is released, we offer the opportunity to re-taste the 2015 futures, just before bottling. This event is an unforgettable tasting that allows many critics and journalists to confirm or revise the grades they gave in April 2015 (Primeurs/Futures Week). 2015 Primeurs: a privileged ... Read More »
Some people imagine the universe of wine as a very masculine place. Vineyard owners, wine makers, sommeliers, oenologists, cellar chiefs…More and more women are exercising and claiming their passion for wine. In all the wine regions, many houses are managed and run by women. Here are 5 seasoned professionals in wine that you should know about The world of wine; ... Read More »
The history of San Felice has survived through the ages and today is an example of a perfect Tuscan wine. From the Etruscan civilisation to the papacy, and being managed by local families, the property has evolved with time. They are always updating its vineyard managing practices and modernising its vineyards. Proud of their rich and extensive terroirs in the appellation areas ... Read More »
Founded in September 1729, the Ruinart House is one of the longest-existing houses of Champagne. An absolute icon, Ruinart represents French know-how and way of life celebrated in the entire world. The First Champagne House At the beginning, the intuition of a Benedictine monk who was ahead of his time: Dom Thierry Ruinart (1657-1709). At the dawn of the XVIII ... Read More »