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Maison Albert Bichot 2018s
Improvements both in the winery and most importantly the vineyards are really now coming to fruition for large negociant Maison Albert Bichot. Following the reduction of yields, careful extraction, prudent whole bunch fermentation, cold maceration and sensible use of new oak, the wines produced can now compete against those from some of the very best producers in Burgundy. The Albert ...
BY Gavin Smith,
ON September 26, 2019
Diary of a 2012 Champagne Academy alumnus Day Four
Piper Heidsieck proved a very different affair to the old fashioned glamour of Charles the previous evening, as we pulled up outside a modern office building with the wine making facilities behind a huge car park. How many people does it take to run a champagne house? Our lecture today was Bottling to Packaging and run by their newest member ...
ON August 13, 2012
Pic & Chapoutier: A Perfect Pairing
FINE+RARE are proud to introduce a pair of fantastic wines from Anne-Sophie Pic and Michel Chapoutier... Food and wine have always been a match made in heaven. So imagine what happens when probably the Rhône Valley's most famous cook and oenologist collaborate on a wine range... Anne-Sophie Pic is one of the highest profile female cooks in the world and ...
ON May 23, 2016
Cecilia Monte: Boutique Barbaresco at its Best
After working for many years under the guidance of the legendary Barolo producer Luciano Sandrone, Cecilia Monte set up her own winery in the northern-most cru of Barbaresco - Neive - in 2000. We have been so impressed with the wines we have tasted from this estate we wanted to sit down with Cecilia to find out how she does it! Her single vineyard Serracapelli ...
ON January 18, 2019
2012 Vintage in Champagne: A Versatile Classic
There is a great deal of buzz surrounding the 2012 Champagne vintage. What started earlier this year as a few quiet releases of impressive prestige cuvees from interesting producers of all shapes and sizes is quickly growing into the undeniable ‘next big thing’.  After a flurry of hotly anticipated 2008s, it is clear that 2012 is the new Champagne vintage ...
ON March 28, 2019
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Country
France
Region
Bordeaux
Sub-region
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Colour
Red
Taste
Dry
Alcohol %
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Product Type
Still wine
Product Subtype
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Drinking Window
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Country
France
Region
Bordeaux
Sub-region
-
Colour
Red
Taste
Dry
Alcohol %
-
Product Type
Still wine
Product Subtype
-
Drinking Window
-
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