The 2016 Primeurs campaign continues today with the following releases from the chateau Carbonnieux from Pessac-Leognan, Chateau Gazin from Pomerol, Chateau Trottevieille, from Saint-Emilion and Domaine de l’Eglise, from Pomerol : Chateau Carbonnieux – Pessac-Léognan Grand Cru from Graves in the Pessac-Leognan appellation, Chateau Carbonnieux is one of the first vineyards of Bordeaux. The history of the property goes back to the ... Read More »
The 2016 Primeurs campaign continues today with the following releases from the chateau Carbonnieux ...
As the world’s most planted and versatile varietal, Chardonnay needs no introduction. Nor does one n...
Chateau Lynch-Bages is a Classified Fifth Growth in the Pauillac appellation. Known for its well-str...
The 2016 Primeurs campaign continues today with the following releases from the chateau Latour-Marti...
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 »
Chateau Lynch-Bages is a Classified Fifth Growth in the Pauillac appellation. Known for its well-structured wines that are elegant and powerful, this chateau is a landmark in the Medoc region. Lynch-Bages: The Beginning From 1749-1824, Thomas Lynch was the owner of the vineyard. Thomas Lynch was an Irish merchant who lived and worked in Bordeaux. Lynch-Bages was known as “Cru ... Read More »
The 2016 Primeurs campaign continues today with the following releases from the chateau Latour-Martillac from Pessac-Leognan and chateau Petit-Village from Pomerol: Chateau Latour-Martillac – Pessac-Léognan Chateau Latour-Martillac is a Classified Growth from Graves in Pessac-Leognan. The property is named after the tower constructed in the courtyard honouring the chateau since the XIII century. The Kressmann family has owned the vineyard since 1871 and ... Read More »
Chateau Angelus is a Classified First growth in the Saint-Emilion appellation. Its history, is one of heritage. Passion and wine have been the driving forces behind this family for several generations. Chateau Angelus is known for amazingly well-structured wines and its famous bell which can be heard in all of Saint Emilion. Centuries of Family Heritage Chateau Angelus has been ... Read More »
Situated in the heart of the Chablis appellation La Chablisienne, the golden gate of Burgundy, owns almost 25% of the 4700 hectares (11613 acres) planted. La Chablisienne is a cooperative cellar that was created in 1923, to cope with economic difficulties. A group of wine growers wanted to sell wine more easily. Today, the cooperative is home to nearly 300 winemakers. ... Read More »
The 2016 Primeurs campaign continues today with the following releases from the chateau Beychevelle from Saint-Julien and chateau Sociando-Mallet from Haut-Medoc : Chateau Beychevelle – Saint-Julien There are many legends surrounding Chateau Beychevelle. It is a renowned property in the Saint-Julien appellation all thanks to its extensive history, splendid gardens, ideal placement and magnificent wines. That is without mentioning that it is ... Read More »