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By Sean Cleary on Jul 24, 2019

Interview with Daniela Lavadenz of Le Saint Sébastien

Interview with Daniela Lavadenz of Le Saint Sébastien

By Sean Cleary on Jul 23, 2019

A Visit with Valentin Morel

Valentin Morel, Jura

By Sean Cleary on Jul 08, 2019

Raphael Saint-Cyr and The Spirit of the Beaujolais

The Saint-Cyr vineyards of Beaujolais

By Sean Cleary on Jul 04, 2019

The 10 Crus of Beaujolais, explained (and then some…)

Everything you need to know about Beaujolais

By Sean Cleary on Jun 24, 2019

Paris Wine Trip 2019: Now With More Sunshine!

We decided to make the 2019 Tour de France in May. No more frozen toes! Leaves on vines! Finished fermentation! Long days full of tasting!

By Sean Cleary on Jun 11, 2019

A Visit with Nancy Kerschen and Julien Cecillon

Despite making some stellar wines that stand shoulder to shoulder with the best of the region, Julien and Nancy have always had an affinity for the delicious and humble Syrah and Gamay that they bottle each s...

By Sean Cleary on Jun 07, 2019

Rosé Regions We Love

As much as we love rosé from southern France, exploring other regions’ rosé production is one of the best ways to tap into all that French viticulture has to offer.

By Francesca Hansen on Apr 03, 2019

A New Generation at Château des Antonins

25-year-old Antoine de Roquefeuille has just taken over the vineyard work and winemaking

By Francesca Hansen on Apr 03, 2019

Etienne Calsac – Les Revenants

Les Revenants is a delicious and exceptional homage to Champagne’s forgotten grapes, and to Etienne’s parents and grandparents who built the foundation for his domaine. We’ll certainly be back for more.

By Sean Cleary on Feb 20, 2019

A Winter Visit with Nicolas Jacob in the Jura

On a late January afternoon (that was probably a little too cold to be wandering the frosty hills of the Jura) we paid a visit to Nicolas Jacob, who in December 2018, acquired an additional 4 hectares of vine...

By Francesca Hansen on Dec 19, 2018

Two Takes on The Côte de Brouilly from Pierre Cotton

While many Beaujolais trendsetters bottle their wines in the spring or early summer, Pierre Cotton has just bottled his two cuvées of Côte de Brouilly in December. He regularly bottles later than his neighbor...

By Sean Cleary on Dec 13, 2018

November Visit to Domaine Gigou in Jasnières

On a foggy and cold November morning, we took the scenic drive from Paris to La-Chartre-sur-le-Loir to visit winemaker Ludovic Gigou. In a town known for car racing and crowds of summering English tourists, i...

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