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By Joshua Adler on Jun 24, 2020

New Producer: Château de Rhodes

At Paris Wine Company, we receive a steady stream of samples from French winemakers looking to export their wines. Unfortunately, like manuscripts sent through the transom to publishers, these unrequested sam...

By Joshua Adler on Jun 03, 2020

A Few Rosés to Love

With summer approaching, sunshine in the sky, and dreams of backyards, beaches, and barbecues on my mind, here are a few rosés that I like to keep on hand to enjoy all summer long.

By Joshua Adler on May 20, 2020

Story Behind The Label: Yann Bertrand ‘Cuvée du Chaos’

In 2012, Yann Bertrand returned to work alongside his parents Guy and Annick at the family domaine in Fleurie. The inspiration for the Fleurie ‘Cuvée du Chaos’ label comes from an unusual keepsake found in hi...

By Joshua Adler on May 06, 2020

Cherche Midi Story

It seems that everyone is always looking for a value-driven organic wine with a nice label, and after years of looking, we’ve never been able to find one that hit the mark. We decided it was time to get more ...

By Joshua Adler on Apr 29, 2020

Story Behind The Label: Julien Cécillon Saint-Péray ‘Gemini’

Despite the traditionally simple aesthetic, the labels from Julien Cécillon have quite a bit of symbolism. The ‘leaf and ladder’ logo at the top alludes to DNA, and each rung of the ladder represents one of t...

By Vicki Denig on Apr 15, 2020

2019 Vintage Report in Beaujolais

Receiving harvest reports from our producers feels a bit like Christmas morning. Every year brings its own set of challenges and surprises, and no two years are ever exactly the same. Recently, three of our B...

By Joshua Adler on Mar 31, 2020

2018 Reds from Aurélien Chatagnier: 15 Years of Great Syrah

Aurélien Chatagnier built his own eponymous domaine from scratch by planting and cobbling together just over eight hectares of small parcels in the hills above the Rhône river. Ever since his first vintage in...

By Francesca Hansen on Mar 25, 2020

Christophe Ferrandis Goes Back to His Roots

A jumble of mountains surging out of the Mediterranean, the island of Corsica is most identifiable by its long peninsula of schist jutting out at the top, known as the Cap Corse. Although only 18 miles wide a...

By Paris Wine Company on Mar 16, 2020

Reflections on Sancerre and Other White Wines

It seems that wine drinkers around the world simply can’t get enough Sancerre.

By Paris Wine Company on Mar 09, 2020

New Sans Soufre Releases from Domaine Rougeot

Since returning to Meursault in 2010, Pierre-Henri Rougeot has oriented his family’s domaine in a new direction, transitioning to certified organic farming in the vines and low-intervention winemaking in the ...

By Vicki Denig on Feb 24, 2020

A Primer to ‘Coteaux Champenois’ Blanc Wines

Contrary to popular belief, not all wine produced in Champagne is sparkling. Small amounts of still wine labeled under the ‘Coteaux Champenois’ designation are also made in red, white, and rosé formats-- and ...

By Paris Wine Company on Feb 17, 2020

Viña Franca

A New Collaboration with Spanish Wines

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