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The Best Chablis Wines to Drink Now!

William S. Shepard, Wine Editor | Saturday, Mar 16th 2019
Chablis
The Best Chablis Wines to Drink Now! When I was in college, it often was my task to provide refreshments when visiting dignitaries came to talk to our budding diplomats club. The talks were interesting, but the wine was pedestrian. The very worst of those was a sweet, unbalanced Chablis from California. I made myself […]

Paris 2019 Michelin List: What's New in the Stars?

Emily Monaco | Thursday, Mar 7th 2019
Paris 2019 Michelin
Paris 2019 Michelin Update: What’s New In the Stars? Highlights of the 2019 Michelin Guide for Paris Who were the winners and losers in the Paris 2019 Michelin update for Paris restaurants? This year, the food world’s most prestigious guide added 68 new tables to its pages, including 18 in Paris. With a nod to […]

(Video) Luxury Paris Plus Bordeaux Wine Tour

Pascale Bernasse | Saturday, Feb 2nd 2019
Paris Plus Bordeaux Wine Tour
Luxury Paris Plus Bordeaux Wine Tour Video In this Paris Plus Bordeaux Wine Tour video we give you a glimpse inside our tour highlight features. From cultural experiences to delicious food and wine, this Paris Plus Bordeaux Wine tour is the perfect combination for a week of the good life! (Transcript) Find all the elegance, romance ...

Burgundy Grand Crus: The Answer is 33 - What is the Question?

Kathy Merchant | Friday, Nov 9th 2018
Burgundy Grand Crus
Burgundy Grand Crus-the question is: How many Grand Cru vineyards are there in Burgundy? The answer is not as straightforward as you might think. This is France, after all, where complexity rules the day. Some resources, including Remington Norman MW (author of Grand Cru: The Great Wines of Burgundy, 2011) and Sylvain Pitiot (author ...

Burgundy Wines of the Cote de Beaune: Rare & Compelling

William S. Shepard, Wine Editor | Saturday, Oct 27th 2018
Cote de Beaune
The Cote de Beaune: Rare Wines and a Treasured City The Cote de Beaune, the southern half of the storied Cote d’Or of Burgundy, swings in a southwesterly arc from Aloxe-Corton four miles north of Beaune, to Saintenay, some 16 miles away. The entire region could be covered in a few hours, but do yourself […]
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