30 April 2018 News

Every now and again an interview with a winemaker comes along that is truly remarkable. Here, Tom Hyland of speaks with Philippe Guigal and the discussion goes far beyond the basics. From climate change to comparisons between Cote-Rotie and Hermitage as well as the intricacies of the 2015 and 2016 vintages – which his father Marcel believes 2015 is one of the best ever – this article is truly insider’s knowledge. 

25 April 2018 News

Forbes features Champagne Bollinger in an online roundup story titled, “2018’s Best Rosé Wines: What To Drink Now.”

The story features Limited-Edition Bollinger Rosé 2006 as a rosé of choice to enjoy during the spring and summer seasons.

Click here to read the full article.

25 April 2018 News

Wine Enthusiast featured Champagne Bollinger in an online trend story titled, “Red Champagne, France’s Best Kept Secret.”

The piece highlights the significance of Coteaux Champenois and how Bollinger is a key player in its comeback, highlighting Bollinger’s La Côte aux Enfants and its history.

Please click here for the full article.







18 April 2018 News

Our beloved Cotes du Rhone Rose 2017 from Domaine E. Guigal has been named a Wine of the Week not once, but TWICE! Scott Greenberg at WTOP remarks its “beautiful bouquet of raspberry and cherry on the nose with fresh, clean strawberry and cherry flavors in the mouth” (see full article here) and Dan Berger of The Press Democrat adds it’s “a delightful quaff that works with almost any food.” (see full article here)

13 April 2018 News

Katie Kelly Bell of Forbes goes in-depth with Chef Jamie Bissonnette and Philippe Guigal to find out what the best places to eat and drink in Lyon are. From butcher shops to wine bars, see here what these two think are the best and you just might find out which wine is Philippe’s favorite.

12 April 2018 News

From The Daily Meal, Roger Morris offers his top suggestions for Rose, Sparkling and still White wine for the Spring, noting that Guigal’s Cotes du Rhone Rose 2017 has a “…light cherry flavor and a good finishing grip.” See the full list here.

9 April 2018 News

Casisano Brunello 2012 is also featured in a Spring wine roundup on The Daily Meal. In “Spring In My Step, Red Wine In My Glass: Saying Bye to Winter with Five Sips Worth the Splurge!,” wine writer Wanda Mann chose the Casisano Brunello as one of her recommendations to splurge on for a toast to the start of Spring. Describing the Brunello as “sleek and sophisticated,” Wanda notes it is “one of those wines that makes everything seem right in the world.” This story also ran on The Black Dress Traveler, Wanda’s personal wine blog. Click here to read the full article.

9 April 2018 News

 Casisano’s 2012 Brunello di Montalcino is featured on WTOP, a Washington D.C. regional news website, in “Wine of the Week: Springing into spring — slowly.” Wine columnist Scott Greenberg recommends four wines for those who “aren’t ready to say goodbye to winter reds,” highlighting the Brunello’s “velvety texture supports flavors of black plums, red berries and dried herbs across the entire palate.” This story also ran on Wcontest, a local Washington D.C. lifestyle website. Click here to read the full article.

9 April 2018 News

The Miami Herald online featured Tommasi Poggio al Tufo Rompicollo 2014 as the wine pairing recommendation in a cooking story in which editor Carole Kotkin recommends pairing the Rompicollo with a recipe for Cacio E Pepe. Carole notes “the black pepper in this dish makes this pasta ideal for Italy’s most important grape variety: Sangiovese.” She describes the wines grape makeup, noting the wine delivers “chocolate, berry and walnut characteristics (along with soft tannins and full body).” Click here to read the full article!

9 April 2018 News

Not 1, not 2, not 3, but 4 VINTUS Italian producers featured prominently in the April 30, 2018 issue of Wine Spectator.

Click here to read the cover story “Tuscany’s Napa” on the history of Bolgheri, featuring the backstory on Ornellaia and Masseto (with quotes from Axel Heinz and Giovanni Geddes), and Le Macchiole (with quotes from Cinzia Merli).

Click here to read about Le Macchiole, listed as 1 of 7 producers that perfectly reflects the diversity of the Bolgheri region.

Click here to read the article “Piedmont’s Bounty” on 2013 wines from Piedmont, featuring Sandrone (with quotes from Barbara Sandrone).