A cuvée which expresses, simply and cheerfully, the nobility of Chardonnay. A natural tribute to this wonderful grape variety ambassador of freshness and finesse, pillar of the style of the House. N.Uriel, cellar master.... Read More
This blend of the three classic Champagne grape varieties forms the signature Thiénot style of finesse, fruit and freshness, offering springtime notes, magnificent balance and a lingering finish. The Champagne House’s... Read More
A magnificent blend crafted exclusively from Chardonnay from the Côte des Blancs, Alain Thiénot has dedicated this Champagne to his son Stanislas. A Vintage Champagne, it expresses all the complexity and generosity... Read More
If one word alone could describe this wine, it would be elegance. A delicious wine with a distinctive, delicate aromatic style, it showcases Thiénot’s exacting standards in crafting Champagne driven by red fruits,... Read More
Charles Smith Sixto 2012 Uncovered Chardonnay is a true gem crafted by Charles Smith, a renowned winemaker known for his passion and innovative approach to winemaking.
Uncovered refers to Charles Smith's philosophy of letting... Read More
The 2005 Château d'Yquem Sauternes is a wine that truly exudes luxury and refinement. From the Sauternes region of Bordeaux, this wine is made with a blend of Sémillon, Sauvignon Blanc, and Muscadelle grapes that... Read More
The 1999 vintage of Château Lafite Rothschild Pauillac is a wine of exceptional quality, a true pinnacle of viticultural artistry from one of the most esteemed and renowned wineries in Bordeaux. The growing season of 1999... Read More
The 2005 vintage of Chateau Leoville Las Cases, hailing from the esteemed St.-Julien region of Bordeaux, is a wine of unparalleled sophistication and refinement. This wine is crafted from a blend of primarily Cabernet Sauvignon... Read More
Robert Eden, a biodynamic winemaker, has built the world’s first hemp cellar with Château Maris.
When the vineyard was purchased in Languedoc, the initial yields were lower than expected. The soil was dead, due to... Read More