NYC Local Blog: Wine & Liquor Stories, Events, Offers and more / France
Château Vieux Taillefer stands out as one of Saint-Emilion’s most unique estates. They do not employ outside winemaking consultants, and they don’t make ‘first’ or ‘second’ wines, only different cuvées that focus on terroir expression.
Hermitage Blanc may be France's least understood great wine. Lots of wine lovers might never even try it. But, here's your chance.
Les Saisons de Bourgneuf is more than just a great value: it's proof both that the region's reputation is built on solid ground and that the locals are not resting on their laurels.
Sure, Muscadet is one of the wine world’s best secret weapons, but can it age?
Click through to take this chance to taste what may well be the future of white Burgundy, at retail instead of restaurant prices.