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Focus on Organic Wines | A Fast-Growing Trend in the World of Wine

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A quick glance at the statistics on organic wine imports and sales makes clear that this fast-growing trend is here to stay. We have no doubt all seen “Organic” sections popping up in our local wine shops and bars. But what exactly is organic wine and how did it become so popular? Is it better for you? Where is it ... Read More »

Mois Krug 2017 | A Legendary Champagne and the Mysterious Mushroom

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During the annual celebration of “Mois Krug” (“Krug Month”), the prestigious Champagne House invites Krug enthusiasts around the world to discover their newest featured pairing: the Krug Grande Cuvee and the mushroom.  The Legacy of Joseph Krug The elaboration of each bottle of Krug Grande Cuvee involves a careful selection of the perfect blend, one which often comprises over 120 ... Read More »

The Early Harvests of Vintage 2017

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So far, the 2017 growing season in wine regions across Europe has definitely come with some ups and downs. Late April saw a bitter frost in many of the continent’s most celebrated appellations, followed by severe hailstorms, which badly damaged fragile shoots and buds. And now, following an extremely hot and dry summer, the harvest season is already upon us… 2 weeks ... Read More »

Chateau Malartic-Lagravière celebrates hosting La Fête de la Fleur 2017

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Behind the scenes at the  Fête de la Fleur Gala Dinner     Excitement is building around preparations for the Fête de la Fleur, to be held as Vinexpo’s closing event at Château Malartic-Lagravière on 21 June. To  welcome  the  1,500  select  guests  invited by the Commanderie du Bontemps, the Bonnie family – owners  of  Château Malartic-Lagravière – is planning a truly ... Read More »

June 10th | Third Annual Rosé Day

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As we enter the warmer months, chilled bottles of rosé replace the buxom reds in our wine cabinets. We celebrate the third annual International Rosé Day. But what exactly is rosé, this wine so closely associated with sunshine and summertime? A big misconception arises from the colour, which ranges from onion-skin orange to vibrant purple, depending on the varietal of grape ... Read More »

May 26th: International Day of Chardonnay

International Day of Chardonnay

As the world’s most planted and versatile varietal, Chardonnay needs no introduction. Nor does one need a particular reason to indulge in a glass or two. But wine lovers may want to mark their calendars for May 26th, 2017 a day on which Chardonnay is to be internationally celebrated. Chardonnay and Terroir The popularity of Chardonnay can be attributed to its “blank slate” nature, ... Read More »

Powerful, Innovative Women in Wine

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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 »

Harlan Estate, a legendary wine from Napa Valley

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Situated in the heart of Napa Valley, hole to one of the best Cabernet-Sauvignons, Harlan Estate is set above the bench lands of Oakville, north of San Francisco. A powerful wine, Harlan Estate has become a cult favourite and rightfully deserves its title of Premier Cru in California. Harlan Estate, Bill Harlan’s labour of passion The domain was founded in ... Read More »

Thierry Germain: The apologue of taste and terroir

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Thierry Germain’s introduction to the wine world Born into a family of Bordeaux wine growers, Thierry Germain realized his wine-making dream early on in life: to be the owner of his own domain. After searching for plots of land from Bordeaux to Hungary, he set his heart on Anjou (in the Loire Valley) and the Domain des Roches Neuves, a property that produced ... Read More »

Millésima Blog Awards: Win this award for an unforgettable immersion in the prestigious heart of Bordeaux!

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Regina Von Gootkin (USA), Michelle Williams (USA), Madelyne Meyer (Switzerland), Jeremy Wilson (USA), Mike Turner (GB) und Tomislav Ivanovic (Serbia): They were the 6 winners of the edition in 2016. Their experience in Bordeaux remains unique and unforgotten. The Millésima Blog Awards: We promise you a journey full of discoveries. These talented bloggers remember with pleasure the day when – ... Read More »

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