Category Archives: Grenache Blanc

2011s from Lucien Le Moine – a small Burgundy house with top-class wine and one toe in southern Rhône

Lucien Le Moine is a small Burgundy négociant located in Beaune and one in a small circle often referred to as “luxury négociants”. This refers to producers/wine houses that purchase their grapes, but aims at only producing truly high-class wines. This … Continue reading

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Some French and other wines from Roberson

London-based wine merchant Roberson Wine (I always have to stop myself from adding a “t” to their name…) also markets a select range to my native Sweden via a translated version of their website, and I recently tasted some of their … Continue reading

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