Bordeaux Wine: On the Front lines of the Grapevines Last year, over three million tourists traveled to France with more than 700,000 of them making a grape escape to the Bordeaux wine region. Most people will live their entire life and never get a chance to travel to the world’s most well known wine region.
The Real Bordeaux Whether you fancy yourself a French wine expert, or just a wine enthusiast looking to soak up all that these famous wines have to offer, we are getting to the bottom of Bordeaux wines and, uncovering a few facts, you certainly Don’t Know About Bordeaux. For starters, the main grape variety in
CATEGORY: Wine Education | DATE: February 8th, 2013
What Makes the Golden Wines of Bordeaux So Sweet? Long before Château Coutet was classified as a First Growth in 1855, Thomas Jefferson, proclaimed Château Coutet as the best Sauternes from Barsac way back in 1787. Today, as the oldest and largest Barsac estate, Château Coutet stays true to its tradition of distinction and quality. While
CATEGORY: News & Events | DATE: January 9th, 2013
A Sonoma Winery will take center stage when Barack Obama is sworn in for his second term as the 44th President of the United States. On January 21st, immediately following the public Swearing-In Ceremony, Korbel Russian River Valley Natural Champagne – featuring a commemorative neck label including the Inaugural Seal – will be served at