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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...

By Francesca Hansen 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 Francesca Hansen 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 Francesca Hansen 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 Francesca Hansen on Sep 11, 2018

Paris Wine Company Posters Have Arrived!

“Vivre d’amour et d’eau fraîche”

By Francesca Hansen 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.

By Francesca Hansen on Jul 09, 2018

Climbing to New Heights of Chenin Blanc

Bertin-Delatte could be the best domaine that I’ve forgotten to talk about. And yet a recent visit to the domaine to taste the recently bottled 2015 vintage, along with the 2016 and 2017 still in élevage was ...

By Francesca Hansen on May 02, 2018

All About Touraine with Courtault-Tardieux

Tucked away in Thésée, just east of the city of Tours, Simon and Alain have been making stunning, honest, organically-farmed Touraine wines since they joined forces in 2009.

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By Ryan Lim on May 02, 2018

Paris Wine Company Pairing Lunch

 As a harbinger of spring, asparagus shares an unique status as a “ceremonious” vegetable among French chefs, along with first summer tomatoes. It is difficult not to be excited about them when you see childl...

By Sean Cleary on May 02, 2018

The Master of Garage Gamay – Meet Baptiste Nayrand

The Coteaux Lyonnais is a small sliver of vineyards northwest of Lyon. It’s kind of like the Beaujolais’ cousin from the South - sure, they grow Gamay, but they also have more sunshine. The wines have the sou...