Crus and Villages of Barolo

Barolo is one of the world’s most stern, tannic, full-flavored wines, offering aromas of road tar, leather, bing cherries, tobacco, and dried herbs. Massive and intensely fragrant, it can easily […]

Crus and Villages of Barbaresco

Barbaresco is also made from the Nebbiolo grape, but is generally better balanced and a bit lighter than Barolo, with less tannin and more fruit. In great vintages, the wines […]


The Musigny vineyard, which lies completely within the grandiose village of Chambolle-Musigny, is among the best places for Pinot Noir in the world, along with the most exclusive and expensive […]

Pauillac, the home of several of the world’s most famous wines, is an inauspicious small village in the Médoc. Pauillac’s land area, a little less than 8.8 square miles, is highly […]

Pomerol is a tiny village on the Right Bank of Bordeaux, with less than three square miles of area, and a population of less than 1,000. This miniscule area’s wines […]

Ever since its inception, St-Émilion has been producing wines of an unusual stamp. While arguably not as famous, and definitely not as expensive, as those of fellow Right Bank appellation Pomerol, the wines […]

While it is no longer as famous as the Médoc, Graves is one of the two mainstay wine areas of the Left Bank. The region was reinvented when the area home to […]

The Médoc has had a long history of making very full-bodied red wines with high tannins, low acidity, and medium to high alcohol levels: in other words, the classic Bordeaux […]

Due to its many beautiful palaces and buildings, amazing green landscapes, impressive rock quarries, and scenic beaches, the Provence region is a major tourist attraction. Provence’s history runs concurrently with […]