Join us as we sit down with Teresa Gomes, a passionate Portuguese woman with an intriguing journey through the world of wines. Find out her recommendations for the best white, rosé and red wines from Portugal!
Veuve Clicquot, the esteemed champagne house with a history spanning over 250 years, has recently unveiled the 2015 vintage of La Grande Dame. This announcement is marked by a vibrant collaboration with Italian artist Paola Paronetto, who has brought her unique mastery of colour to this endeavour.
We went on a quest for the Best Champagne Brands in the World. All brands have something in common. Aside from quality grapes, it’s a commitment to the best in taste and aroma, adding to the distinction of each for marking any occasion. Here are twenty-three of them that take champagne to a new echelon.
The collaboration between Dom Pérignon and Lady Gaga continues to align the exquisite taste we expect from the Champagne house alongside the creative drama we all know and love from Lady Gaga.
We have tasted the new single-varietal Champagne Dom Ruinart Blanc de Blancs 2010 – and love it! With the fresh Dom Ruinart vintage Champagne, the traditional house Ruinart once again provides tingling moments and takes up the old tradition of the “tirage à liège” with natural cork.
In uncertain times like these we start asking ourselves: what other investment options do I have to make my money work? With negative interest rates, what are my options? When looking for alternatives to the traditional share purchase on the stock market and real estate, where you are bombed with fees and taxes on any upside, wine is the oasis in the desert.
Here is our expert advice on investing in wine!
What’s better than an idle moment with a good glass of wine, whether on a cozy cold winter evening or a balmy summer night? With these 12 bottles, we’ve taken the stress of selection from your shoulders, with rich and delicious selections suited for any moment.
We went on a quest for the best sparkling wines. Supported by ex-star chef and winemaker’s son Norbert Schu, who not only has the best-equipped wine cellar in Germany, but also helps us with his experience to gain a completely new understanding of champagne and co. Cin cin.