The bête noire of the Loire, Sancerre was recently featured in the New York Times. While Vacheron and Riffault we're recognized as terroir specialists (spoiler, terroir is alive and well in Sancerre!) Stéphane Cherrier was singled out for his delicious wine from his vineyards outside Verdigny.NYTimes Article
Since its inception, the Montsant has been in the shadow of the Priorat. If Joan and Josep have their way, that is about to change. Tasting their new releases, we'd have to agree with them!
That may be a bit of an exaggeration but Lanzarote looks like the closest thing to a lunar landscape that you can find on Earth. After many years of tasting and searching we've found a property, Puro Rofe, that captures everything that makes Lanzarote and the Canary Islands exciting.
So dedicated is Jérôme Bressy to the varietal diversity of his vineyards that he has left AOC Rasteau and is charting his own path as one of the most compelling estates in the Rhône Valley.
Located in the hills below La Montagne Noire in Minervois la Livinière, Domaine de Courbissac has just begun to hit its stride under the talented Brunnhilde Claux.
A native of Valencia, Javi Revert has set about recovering the nearly lost vineyards and native varieties of the region one parcel at a time.
A worthwhile article about Casa Castillo and interview with José María Vicente on Spanish Wine Lover details what makes […]
Our friend and colleague Ben Henshaw of Indigo Wine UK sent us the following article on Dani Landi written by […]
We’ve excerpted what Luis Gutiérrez has written about Jorge Monzón of Dominio del Águila in Wine Advocate #229 not only […]
As specialists in Châteauneuf-du-Pape, we’ve been taken with the terroir maps we see when we visit our properties. While many are […]
When did you first conceive of the idea that has become Terroir Históric? There are three motivations for the foundation […]