Oplato is “un classique de l’apéro” a must for lovers of aperitifs, conviviality and plated delights from Auvergne in Rue de Charonne, Paris
1982 Mouton Rothschild reveals the DNA of a legendary 1st Growth. It needs to be tasted to be believed
The Château Mouton Rothschild 1982 is a stunning, gorgeous wine. It is elegant, refined and lively, even in this mature stage. When Bordeaux is on this level, there is hardly anything like it.
Puisserguier is surrounded by “Garrigues”. This “je ne sais quoi” gives Marsanne its gentle, fruity expression in Le Pinada 2018
Yann Chave’s Crozes-Hermitage Le Rouvre 2014 is born under a lucky star. Or rather, on an excellent terroir with 50-year-old Syrah vines. Le Rouvre 2014 expresses Crozes-Hermitage so well that it becomes its ambassador.
A wine once enjoyed by Queen Victoria slipped under the wine radar until 20 years ago. Now one can easily say that Saint-Péray is bubbling and buzzing again.
A white Hermitage wine from the Northern Rhône can develop in the cellar for over two decades. In all stages of maturity it pairs gloriously well with food.
The grape Viognier comes into its own in Condrieu. Condrieu is a tiny, white wine area in the North Rhône Valley, south of Lyon. Viognier produces there a wine in a category all of its own.