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View full post titled - 'From Bordeaux to Napa: Introducing Eisele Vineyard'

From Bordeaux to Napa: Introducing Eisele Vineyard

Wine collectors Stateside have long appreciated the charms of Napa’s reds but European drinkers have remained on the continent for their Cabernet fix.

Posted by Lukasz Kolodziejczyk on 01 June 2018

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View full post titled - 'Napa Cabernet Sauvignon worthy of your cellar'

Napa Cabernet Sauvignon worthy of your cellar

The poor, volcanic soils of napa help produce expressive wines, with a firm tannic structure. 

Posted by Lukasz Kolodziejczyk on 29 May 2018

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View full post titled - 'Harlan Estate: Californian Cabernet for the cognoscenti'

Harlan Estate: Californian Cabernet for the cognoscenti

Harlan Estate is not just a vineyard, it is a family affair where the people are as important as the vines.

Posted by Lukasz Kolodziejczyk on 09 May 2018

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View full post titled - 'Bordeaux 2017: Wines of Fragrance and Harmony'

Bordeaux 2017: Wines of Fragrance and Harmony

The world’s wine media and merchants took the first sips of the 2017 wines with some trepidation. 

Posted by Lukasz Kolodziejczyk on 23 April 2018

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View full post titled - 'Chateau Ausone: one of a kind'

Chateau Ausone: one of a kind

One of the appellation’s most illustrious wine estates, Château Ausone, is nestled on the edge of the town and it is here, at the top of its steep driveway, that one of the region’s finest wines is made in the cellars. 

Posted by Lukasz Kolodziejczyk on 17 April 2018

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View full post titled - 'The Stony Hill of Château La Gaffelière'

The Stony Hill of Château La Gaffelière

If you are in the proximity of Châteaux Ausone, Bélair-Monange and Pavie you have all the prerequisites needed to make special wine.

Posted by Lukasz Kolodziejczyk on 05 April 2018

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View full post titled - 'Château Lynch-Bages - Quintessential Pauillac'

Château Lynch-Bages - Quintessential Pauillac

Château Lynch-Bages was classified as a fifth growth in 1855, and over 150 years later it consistently over-delivers with wines that manage to excite without breaking your bank account.

Posted by Lukasz Kolodziejczyk on 21 March 2018

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View full post titled - 'Do the burgundies of Olivier Bernstein hold up to big domaines such as Leroy, DRC, Rousseau or Dujac?'

Do the burgundies of Olivier Bernstein hold up to big domaines such as Leroy, DRC, Rousseau or Dujac?

His wines have certainly been capturing a lot of attention among Pinot aficionados in recent years, creating as many opinions as there are people.

Posted by Lukasz Kolodziejczyk on 09 March 2018

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View full post titled - 'Visiting Domaine Dujac'

Visiting Domaine Dujac

“It takes teamwork to make a dream work” – nothing could be more true for the next domaine we visited, started back in 1969 by Jacques Seysses and his American wife Rosalind. 

Posted by Lukasz Kolodziejczyk on 17 January 2018

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View full post titled - 'Never miss the chance to drink a Krug!'

Never miss the chance to drink a Krug!

As champagne expert Richard Juhlin explains - "If the opportunity arises, never miss the chance to drink a Krug!"

Posted by Lukasz Kolodziejczyk on 18 December 2017

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