Daily Archives: September 8, 2022

St-Emilion 2022 classification promotes Château Figeac to Premier Grand Cru Classé A

Château Figeac. St-Emilion’s Wine Council announced its eagerly-anticipated ranking this afternoon, bringing a decade of disputes and court battles to an end. The classification awards Premier Grand Cru Classé A status to just two producers, while it also recognises 12 Premier Grands Crus Classés (B) and 71 Grands Crus Classés. These rankings can cause a winery’s value to soar – …

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Jean-Georges to Open a Restaurant in New Midtown Manhattan Tower

It looks like Jean-Georges Vongerichten isn’t ready to stop growing his global restaurant empire. Fresh from opening his latest project in lower Manhattan, the dining/retail destination Tin Building, the France-born, New York-based chef and restaurateur announced in August that he would open a restaurant in L&L Holding Company’s new 47-story office building at 425 Park Avenue. Set to debut toward …

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Daily Wine News: Double Stacked

(Credit: Neal Family Vineyards) “Until you look closely, Mark Neal’s vineyard looks more or less like any other in Rutherford, the prestigious growing region in the geographic center of Napa Valley. But walk into a row of his vines, which are shrouded in lush, green canopies this time of year, and it starts to look stranger. Where there should be …

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Wine in the Time of Coronavirus, Part 62: ‘Round & ‘Round (Tasting Librandi Calabria Recent Releases)

(image: Librandi) Italy’s Calabria has been a bit of a victim of its own success. The ancient Greeks dubbed Enotria Tellus—”Land of Wine.” Sporting a diverse terroir that features plenty of ocean influence and even more sunshine, wine grapes have thrived there for eons. Which led to the modern Calabrian wine market becoming co-op heavy, focused on maximizing production above …

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Willamette Valley Pinot Gris: top producers and bottles to know

King Estate buildings and vineyards, to the southwest of Eugene city, Oregon While it doesn’t enjoy the profile of Willamette Valley’s renowned Pinot Noir or rising star Chardonnay, Pinot Gris remains an important wine for the region’s growers and producers. The acknowledged founding father of Willamette Valley, the late David Lett of The Eyrie Vineyards, planted varieties based not on …

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Louis-Fabrice Latour: Obituary

Louis-Fabrice Latour. Latour was the 11th generation of his family to lead Maison Louis Latour (and the seventh named Louis Latour). The house of Latour was formally founded in 1797, although the roots go back to the first vineyards purchased in 1731 by Denis Latour. The Latour family originally worked as coopers, and Denis’ son Jean moved to Aloxe-Corton to …

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Armit Wines and La Rioja Alta – last chance to win a case worth over £400

With its comprehensive and carefully curated portfolio, Armit Wines has become one of the leading fine wine importers in the UK, highly respected by its clients. Armit has forged close relationships based on trust and collaboration with winemakers across the world, representing smaller producers alongside household names such as Sassicaia, Bruno Giacosa, Domaine Leflaive, Château Lafleur and La Rioja Alta. …

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Bordeaux 2022 harvest: Vintage looks ‘very promising’

Sunrise over St-Emilion vineyards (2016). A ‘very promising’ vintage is expected, said the regional wine council (CIVB), as the Bordeaux 2022 harvest gets underway for reds. It’s still too early to judge fully and yields will be lower in some cases following heat, drought and also hailstorms during the growing season, yet the CIVB cited ‘attractive but small berries’ and …

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Shopper’s guide: award-winning wines from Aldi

It seems fair to say that Aldi shoppers like an element of surprise – there’s always something unexpected turning up on this value-focused retailer’s shelves. At this year’s Decanter World Wine Awards, bottles from China and Canada were among Aldi’s top performers with Silver medal winners from these two countries being perhaps the most newsworthy of the retailer’s top-performing wines. …

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Wine Barrel | Oregon’s fresh clean air and rain filled days …

Oregon’s fresh clean air and rain filled days of spring are a perfect for making award winning wines. This image was taken behind the building with an Infrared Camera (720nm) at Sweet Cheeks Winery (Eugene, OR, USA). Bring back a little color with the wine barrel, and you have a different type of image. Done Source : https://www.flickr.com/photos/glentschphotography/52337176135/in/[email protected]

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