(Automatically translated) In the shadow of the Roche de Solutré, this mineral spur that pierces the tranquility of the Burgundian landscape, ripen the clusters of this remarkable Saint-Véran. The nose, of a rare intensity at this price, evokes green grapes, pear and pastries. Perfect on a shrimp sauté with garlic butter.
(Automatically translated) "Elle n'est pas bulle la vie"? Here is a cuvée of natural sparkling that really lives up to its name! Enriched by ageing on lees for several months, this Chenin Blanc reveals notes of brioche, mango and applesauce. Serve it to put even the most grumpy in a festive atmosphere!
(Automatically translated) Discover the aromatic depth and originality of the Carignan grape variety thanks to this cuvée from very old vines. The nose is very greedy with its notes of plum, nutmeg and licorice. The mouth pleasantly surprises us with its digestible profile. Grill merguez!
(Automatically translated) With 22 hectares of vines in Côte-d'Or, Château de Melin captivates with its assertive Burgundian accent. This cuvée in the Hautes Côtes de Beaune appellation looks like a great wine with its vibrant notes of cherry, dill and pink pepper. It will be majestic on a veal cutlet.
(Automatically translated) Are you one of those who has been scalded by an experience with a "natural" wine? Vigna Lenuzza invites you on the path of reconciliation. Presenting no "deviance", the nose evokes notes of jammy red fruits, dry sage and rose petal. The gourmet structure will satisfy a roast chicken.
(Automatically translated) Here is a superb Sauvignon Blanc with well-raced contours. The prestigious Kimmeridgian soils, of which Sancerre and Chablis boast, give it an absolutely remarkable elegance. Notes of lime, fresh herbs and chalky rock will delight a French salmon tartare.
(Automatically translated) Pss! You, the lover of Piedmont. In 2018, Produttori del Barbaresco did not bottle their wines separately. These very prestigious juices are therefore found in the emblematic cuvée of the estate, resolutely more affordable. The plum flirts here with faded flowers and sweet spices. Sublime!
(Automatically translated) A giant at the lunar summit, Mont Ventoux sits at the heart of the Provençal landscape. The appellation to which he lent his name offers original wines, including this natural cuvée with an irresistible nose of red fruits, violets and smoked pepper. Versatile, it will be perfect for a potluck with friends.
(Automatically translated) A nose of black cherry with brandy, cigar box, orange peel, tamari, cinnamon, wilted flowers, pink pepper, dry sage... Sorry, I wanted to write a blurb, but the bouquet of this wine took me far elsewhere. And now I want a Milanese osso bucco.
(Automatically translated) Here is a delicious discovery that comes from the mountainous region of Dão in Portugal. The intriguing blend of native grape varieties opens the doors to a bouquet of black fruits, spices and something reminiscent of dry herbs. A Portuguese chicken? Look no further!
(Automatically translated) For some time now, we have been witnessing a spectacular rise in the quality of Muscadet wines. These often offer us lightning value for money. Here is a beautiful demonstration: this cuvée combines rich aromatic load and chiseled tension. Dare it on a fish in cream sauce.
(Automatically translated) The informed lover of Alsatian wines knows it: when you come across a bottle of the great Weinbach house, you should not miss it! This "tropical punch" for adults unfolds on shades of honeydew melon, pineapple and ripe starfruit. At the semi-dry junction, it will happily marry your poké bowl.
(Automatically translated) The Gulfi house perfectly embodies the revival of Sicilian wines: fresher and digestible vintages, far from over-extraction and invasive aging. The estate's cadet wine offers notes of peppery strawberry, spices and garrigue. It will be a valuable asset for any tomato sauce pasta.
(Automatically translated) You love racy, precise Sauvignon Blancs, with chiseled mineralities, but you are struggling to get out of the Loire appellations? I understand you. Nevertheless, treat yourself to a dip in the Winkl cuvée from the renowned Terlan cooperative. Serve it with a warm goat salad for a little magic.
(Automatically translated) "How much does it taste"? You know that expression? In the case of the cuvée La pièce de l'Orée, the answer would certainly be "more expensive than the asking price". Enough to make much more expensive pinot noirs blush with jealousy. Dare it on a grilled pork chop for VIP access to happiness.
(Automatically translated) On this delightful vintage of Domaine Bellane, we discover wild raspberry, violet, pink pepper and black olive. These perfumes are drawn behind a thin veil of smoke. Everything you need to seduce a bleeding filet mignon. If purple light tasted anything, this would be it.
(Automatically translated) Aligoté has long been reserved for the production of wines of volume, quite low quality. He is now experiencing an inspiring renaissance as we finally recognize his great qualities. Open yourself to those notes of lime, green grapes and fresh herbs that will honor your homemade gravlax.
(Automatically translated) Among the most intriguing terroirs in Italy are those of the Etna volcano in Sicily. From the perched plots of these soils shaped by cataclysms, indigenous varieties benefit from the know-how of those who do not fear the apocalypse. Bring the pasta puttanesca!
(Automatically translated) A nose of honey, apple, chamomile infusion and candied lemon, does it turn you on? If this aromatic fireworks awaken a light in you, it is because this cuvée is for you. Thanks to its semi-sweet character, it invites us to cook an orange duck or a delicious Thai stir-fry.
(Automatically translated) Welcome to the world of wines of Adi Badenhorst, one of the friendliest and most talented winemakers in Swartland, South Africa. The bouquet, with vibrant scents of currant, rubarb and wild strawberry, announces a fresh and sapid mouth that will magnify your Catalan paella.
(Automatically translated) Auvergne is the most important region of volcanic origin in France. These unique terroirs of basalt columns are conducive to the elaboration of intriguing and refined wines. The plot "Oudan", planted with old vines of Gamay Saint-Romain, offers lightness, amplitude and texture. And a duck breast please!
(Automatically translated) Jean-Marie Guffens is a notorious anarchist of the wine world. At the junction of white and orange, this mysterious wine reveals its assets of marmalade, honey and sweet spices. The palate offers a captivating velvety that will welcome an agreement with smoked sausages with Swiss cheese.
(Automatically translated) The cuvée Sainte Anne from the small house Chartogne-Taillet stands out thanks to its notes of basket of fruit from the orchard, its toasted touch and its crystalline minerality. This demonstrates unequivocally that champagne is above all... A very great wine. Run for oysters!