Celebrating France with Chablis and Toasting Notre Dame – #Winophiles

Chablis is one of the first wines I drank from France growing up. My parents used to buy it and they let me drink wine pretty early on following a couple of European vacations. For the longest time though, I am sure I had no idea about the grape variety used to make it or... Continue Reading →

Women In Wine: Burgundy Loses A Light: Anne-Claude Leflaive Dies

The wine world lost a light this week, Anne-Claude Leflaive, of Domaine Leflaive passed away in Burgundy on April 6. I never had the pleasure of meeting her but from all accounts she was approachable and environmentally committed when it was neither chic nor trendy to be so. Here is a link to a wonderful... Continue Reading →

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