On Monday, October 26, for the first time in the history of Chapoutier, six mathusalems (6L bottle) of the 2010 vintage – historically one of the best vintage ever in the Rhone Valley – will be released in a unique coffret with only the most extraordinary Sélection Parcellaire from Ermitage: le Pavillon red, De L’Orée white, Le Méal red and white as well as L’Ermite red and white. Six astonishing wines with four times 100 points Parker score as well as two times 99 points.
Based in the town of Epernay in the Champagne region was founded by Pol Roger born 24th of December 1831 the son of a lawyer. His father had his practice until he contracted an incurable illness, so he gave up the practice. The Champagne house began as a wholesaler of wine, Pol Roger was only 18 when he made his first sale of wine. By 1899 the two sons were ready to take over the Family business.
‘The Franca lagares have been spectacular’* *Charles Symington, 5th October 2015 An exceptional viticultural year is coming to a close in the Douro with farmers and winemakers pleased that a year’s work has resulted in some very good Ports and Douro wines. The rainfall figures for the viticultural year show a reduction of 44% on…
Quick–how much time and labor do you think goes into making a world-class wine? According to Emilia Nardi, owner of Tenute Silvio Nardi, a legendary Brunello di Montalcino, one should budget about 300 hours per acre and $675,000 in labor costs per year.
Yes, the free wine tastings are a big draw. But there’s more to winery tours than meets the tongue. Wall Street Journal wine columnist Lettie Teague goes behind the scenes at Chateau Ste. Michelle, one of the best-known wineries in the U.S., to find out what really makes a tour tick.
The new fizz is a vintage Champagne made solely with Pinot Noir and Chardonnay and has been called Sténopé, from the French word for a pinhole camera, in reference to the fact that the Champagne aims to create a photographic image of a terroir every year.
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