Category Archives: Belgium

De Kluizen, Napanook and Frescobaldi from Enomatic

Three wines tasted from an Enomatic machine at the wine bar Beaudevin at Brussels airport: De Kluizen Cuvée 2009 Vlaamse Landwein, Belgium. Costs € 8,40 at Mig’s World Wines. The producer’s webpage says that the cuvée consists of the white varieties Siegerrebe, Schönburger and Reichensteiner, all … Continue reading

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Genoels-Elderen Zwarte Parel – Belgian bubbles

The grape variety for which Belgian winegrowers have received the most attention is Chardonnay. People in Sweden to whom I’ve served Belgian Chardonnay, as well as professional British wine writers, have on occasion believed that they were actually drinking Chablis. … Continue reading

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