What to drink in 2022: Burgundy

In this series, we ask our team of experts what wines to open in 2022: from lesser-known bottles to wines that are truly at their peak.  The wines of Burgundy are truly cellar-worthy. With time, the subtle complexities of both red and white Burgundy blossom into truly outstanding fine wines. Mark Pardoe MW shares his expertise on what’s drinking well in 2022.  “Starting with the white Burgundies: the 2017s are aromatic […]

What to drink in 2022: Champagne

Every year presents a whole host of opportunities to enjoy – or expand – your cellar. We’ve asked our experts what wines we should be opening in 2022.  Is there a better way to toast life’s great moments than with a bottle of Champagne? The region’s timeless appeal extends beyond the Grandes Marques: it is home to some of the world’s […]

Château Rieussec: it all starts with a bottle

For the 2019 vintage, Château Rieussec is breaking centuries of convention with innovation: a striking new bottle with sustainability at its core. We caught up with the estate’s Jean-Sébastien Philippe to learn how this is an important step towards a sustainable future for Sauternes.  When we think of innovation in the world of wine, France’s established fine wine institutions don’t usually jump to the front of our minds. But a quiet change is happening […]

It takes two: in conversation with Nicolas-Jay

Over a glass of wine, Jay Boberg and Jean-Nicolas Méo of Nicolas-Jay discuss their latest vintage, making wine in Oregon, and the parallels between winemaking and music. An American music executive and the heir to a Burgundian domaine may seem an unlikely duo, but Jay Boberg and Jean-Nicolas Méo have been producing hit after hit […]