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By Paris Wine Company 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 Paris Wine Company 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 Joshua Adler 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 Joshua Adler 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 Paris Wine Company 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 Joshua Adler 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 Paris Wine Company 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...

By Joshua Adler on Nov 15, 2018

New Producer: Domaine Rougeot, Meursault

Many trips to Burgundy over the years have been rather disappointing. Searching for a great unknown domaine to work with in Burgundy’s Cote d’Or is like looking for a needle in a crowded and historic haystack...

By Joshua Adler on Nov 15, 2018

2018 Harvest at Ruppert-Leroy

I’ve been wanting to take part in a harvest at Champagne Ruppert-Leroy in Essoyes for many years ever since we started working with the domaine. In 2018, the stars aligned and we were able join them for a sho...

By Joshua Adler on Nov 13, 2018

2017 Reds – A High Wire Act From Marc Soyard

Since his first vintage in 2014, Marc Soyard has managed to perfectly balance between the worlds of natural wine and “serious” Burgundy - a most impressive balancing act indeed. Perhaps because he is original...

By Joshua Adler on Sep 11, 2018

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By Joshua Adler on Sep 06, 2018

A New “Bambin” For Yann Bertrand

We are very happy to welcome this new cuvée, and let you know that the name is inspired by Yann’s son Emile, who also came into the world in 2017.

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