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By Joshua Adler on Sep 13, 2021

New Releases from Yann Bertrand

A few days before the 2021 harvest, we dropped in on Yann Bertrand for a tasting of the new releases and a tour of the newly planted vines in his family vineyards on the sand-heavy lieu-dit ‘Grand Pré,’ locat...

By Joshua Adler on Jun 23, 2021

Paul Nicolle Goes Organic

On many a visit with Charly Nicolle and his partner Lucie Thieblemont over the years, the subject of organic farming has often come up. Charly would say it’s something that interested him, but required a lot ...

By Vicki Denig on Apr 28, 2021

A Beyond-Organic Visit with Pierre Cotton

As organic farming has increasingly become an obvious choice for young winemakers looking to produce excellent wines, many of these producers are looking for ways to grow better grapes and better manage the e...

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By Vicki Denig on Apr 14, 2021

How Frost Affects Vineyards

As if 2020 weren't tough enough, France experienced record high temperatures a few weeks back, only to be followed three days of bone-chilling frosts. These initial summer-like days caused bud break to happen...

By Joshua Adler on Mar 31, 2021

Story Behind the Label: La Vigne du Facteur by Agarrus

“Facteur” is the French word for postman, so “La Vigne du Facteur” means “The Postman’s Vineyard.” The traditional French postman in the countryside delivers mail on his or her signature yellow bike, which is...

By Joshua Adler on Mar 17, 2021

New Producer: Alain Burguet, Gevrey-Chambertin

Introducing a new Burgundy producer is always exciting, and even more so when they are based in Gevrey-Chambertin. We are thrilled to announce that Paris Wine Company is now working with Jean-Luc & Eric Burgu...

By Paris Wine Company on Feb 24, 2021

Guest Writer: Mayu Miller of Viña Franca Recounts Her Visit to Succés Vinícola

We asked Mayu Miller, our partner at Viña Franca, to write about Albert Canela and Mariona Vendrell of Succés Vinícola, as well as what it feels like to visit them at their winery in Conca de Barberà.

By Joshua Adler on Feb 10, 2021

Story Behind The Label: Les Athlètes du Vin

With its distinctive “sporty” labels, Les Athlètes du Vin has developed a steady following around the world. The wines are made by a coalition of winemaker friends in the Loire Valley known as ‘Vini Be Good,’...

By Joshua Adler on Feb 02, 2021

New Cuvée: Baptiste Nayrand Coteaux du Lyonnais ‘Sauvage’ Vieilles Vignes

In 2018, Baptiste was able to acquire a few parcels scattered around Millery from a retiring winemaker. The vineyard with the most obvious potential was Freydière, a half-hectare of very old goblet-trained vi...

By Joshua Adler on Jan 20, 2021

Story Behind The Label: Domaine Courtault-Tardieux

When Simon Tardieux first started making wine with his neighbor Alain Courtault, he decided to create his own labels. I’ve loved them from the start, as they convey the same endearing and deceptive simplicity...

By Paris Wine Company on Jan 06, 2021

Our Favorite Memories of 2020

Although 2020 was a rough year overall, our team was lucky enough to spend some quality time with our producers in France, as well as enjoy a handful of epic wines along the way. To start the New Year on a po...

By Joshua Adler on Dec 16, 2020

Story Behind the Label: Etienne Calsac ‘Clos des Maladries’ Champagne

The story behind the origin of Etienne Calsac's Clos des Maladries name and label.

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