The creation of Domaine David Duband Domaine David Duband came into existence in 1991, continuing from the foundation laid by Pierre Duband in 1965. The domain has been under the Nuits-Saint-Georges and Nuits-Saints-Georges 1er Cru “Aux Thorey” and “Les Proces”. The operation continued to expand, notably in 1995 after the departure of Pierre Duband and the recovery of his plots of ... 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 ...
Situated in Nizas, in between Montpellier and Beziers, le Domaine des Aurelles is the epitome of the elegance of the region with very sophisticated wines ready to be guarded. History Basile Saint-Germain and his wife Caroline literally fell in love with Domaine des Aurelles, located on the Pezenas land in 1955. The couple was looking for a property with old ... Read More »
Show your love with the refined complexity of Champagne For certain people, it’s from the Roman Empire. For others, its creation was in the 14th Century in Great-Britain. One thing is for sure, this holiday has been around for a while and today is celebrated around the world on February 14th. Jewellery, chocolates, flowers…so many different gift possibilities to offer ... Read More »
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’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 »
The public vote on our Facebook pages ended on Friday 27 January at 23:59, after a very large participation of the voters – over 4,000 votes, compared to 1,190 in 2016. Our Grand Jury selected 18 finalists by the quality and originality of the submitted articles. These 18 individuals won a magnum from Château Pichon Baron 2011 (second growth in ... Read More »
A story about family Founded in 1954, the Domaine Geantet-Pansiot came into existence the day that Edmond Geantet married Bernadette Pansiot. The couple settled in Gevrey where they began to use three hectares of wine that belonged to the Gevrey-Chambertin and Burgundy appellations. The owners expanded their domain with ongoing purchases of hectares of vines. In 1977, their son, Vincent Geantet, started to work for the family ... Read More »