August 2016

Often classified as one of the three best regions in France (along with Bordeaux and Burgundy), the Rhône Valley is a very large, warm region known in the wine world for its variety […]


The picture-perfect little town of Chambolle-Musigny, formerly known as Chambolle before it added the name of its Grand Cru, derives 376.2 acres of village and Premier Cru vineyards from its […]

The Côte de Beaune is a strip of land making up the southern part of the limestone escarpment home to Burgundy’s greatest vineyards: the Côte d’Or. While the Côte de […]

The northerly end of the Côte d’Or limestone escarpment, the Côte de Nuits, is Pinot Noir’s exclusive domain. Nowhere else in the world is Pinot as legendary as it is in […]