The Blog Awards are back for the 2016 edition!

It’s back! Millesima is excited to announce the third edition of our annual Blog Awards We created the Blog Awards in 2013 to honor the American wine blogging community and to share outstanding wine writing with our 80,000+ clients around the world. In 2016, we are excited to add new dimensions to the contest. The Blog Awards are Going Overseas! This year, the ... Read More »

Veuve Clicquot: When Tradition and Innovation Combine

The latest innovation from the House of Veuve Clicquot, their new Rich Champagne is an audacious and newcomer to the champagne. Veuve Clicquot is already well-known in the wine world for its innovative spirit, reflected in their creative packaging, updated annually. This new creation goes deeper than just packaging, however: they have truly created a new category of Champagne. Clicquot ... Read More »

Gift giving for your friends and relatives in the United States!

You live in Europe but members of your family or your close friends are US residents? No problem. Celebrate the holidays or life events (births, marriages, birthdays, etc) and show affection for your loved ones residing in the USA – amateurs or wine enthusiasts alike. Or say thank you to your family for taking care of your children during your ... Read More »

Great Wines at Great Prices!

Contrary to popular opinion highly-rated wines don’t have to break the bank Time and time again people are voicing their complaints that French wine can just be too expensive to justify. Here to prove that this does not have to be the case, Millesima has created a collection of highly rated wines by both Robert Parker and James Suckling where ... Read More »

Win 120 Bottles of 2011 Bordeaux Grand Cru Wine

To celebrate the 9th Edition of the Weekend des Grand Crus, Millesima and the Union des Grands Crus de Bordeaux are offering an amazing chance for wine lovers to add to their collections. The Grand Prize winner will receive 120 Bordeaux grand cru wines from members of the Union valued at €3500. Additional winners will receive vouchers valid on the ... Read More »

Port 2011: An incredible vintage

Port 2011: one of the greatest vintages that Portugal has eever been The latest vintage, Port 2011, was just recently released on the market and is arguably the best since the legendary vintages of 1966 and 2007. Exceptional Port Vintages The American critic James Suckling travelled to Portugal earlier this spring to have a blind tasting of the range of ... Read More »

The Weekend des Grands Crus – Bordeaux – May 18th and 19th

The Weekend des Grands Crus – Bordeaux – 18 & 19 May 2013 Hangar 14 – Quai des Chartrons – Bordeaux This year, the 8th annual Weekend des Grands Crus will be held on 18 and 19 May, organized by the Union des Grands Crus de Bordeaux. The highlight of this event is the Saturday tasting that provides a rare, ... Read More »

Primeurs: Chateau Rauzan-Segla 2012 releases

En Primeurs: Appellation Margaux Chateau Rauzan-Segla released its 2012 prices today, they are 27% lower than last year Appellation Margaux Margaux is the largest of the six communal appellations in the Médoc and one with the highest number of Grand Cru Classés (21). The soil is composed of gravel and pebbles set in sandy clay. With a majority of Cabernet ... Read More »

Primeurs: Chateau Mouton Rothschild 2012 and Petit Mouton 2012

Bordeaux Futures:  Iconic Pauillac estate Chateau Mouton Rothschild releases its 2012 prices and they are 33% less than last year Chateau Mouton Rothschild For Chateau Mouton Rothschild’s 2012 vintage, the year was full of contrasts.  A cold and dry winter was followed by an unreliable spring and an exceedingly dry summer.  The harvest began on October 1 and ended on October 15. 2012 ... Read More »

Millesima doesn’t boycott the Chateau Latour

Right to reply – “Millesima doesn’t boycott the Chateau Latour” Context : Millesima could read in the press and on social networks since Wednesday – after the announcement on the 20th of March in Bordeaux by our CEO – founder Patrick Bernard – that the article titled “Millesima boycott Chateau Latour” was the origin of quite some reactions (perhaps even ... Read More »