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Wines in Luxembourg

Abi Duhr is one of those personalities in the world of wine whose name is rarely mentioned. Discreet and always smiling, here's a portrait of a Luxembourg winemaker of international renown.   The Duhr family has played a central role in Luxembourg's wine industry for generations. Abi Duhr's background is singular. His studies in oenology led him to divide his time between Geisenheim and Bordeaux. His vision of winemaking was enriched by his friends Denis Dubourdieu and Paul Pontallier (Château Margaux). In 1982, he started barrel ageing, making both single-varietal and blended cuvées. He... Read more



Clos Saint-Jean

The 47 hectares of vines at Clos Saint-Jean are mainly located on a terroir of large rounded pebbles. Each vintage reflects the rigour perpetuated by the Maurel family, thanks to the high quality...


Champagne Lombard

Founded in 1925, Maison Lombard has preserved some two dozen vintage lots from 1973 to 2004, carefully selected and marketed on a very confidential basis. The Millésime range is divided into two...


Château Petit Val Saint-Emilion Grand Cru

  Château Petit Val Saint-Emilion Grand Cru 2014 The wine is clear, bright, moderate ruby colour fading up to almost orange rims, elevated viscosity. At the nose is clean, intense and developing...

Breakaways in the vineyards

Ladora Winery, 100 % made in Vietnam

After a long climb up winding roads to the heights of Dalat, high above the clouds, we came upon a rare gem: Ladora Winery, producer of the famous Château Dalat, the only 100% made-in-Vietnam winery...


Vinturi aerator

  The Vinturi wine aerator speeds up the aeration process with ease. Simply pour the red wine through the Vinturi, and the system will deliver the right amount of air in the required time. The...


U'wine, a new-generation wine merchant

Today, the price of fine wines is skyrocketing. Creating a wine cellar is becoming an unattainable dream for many. However, some players have decided to fight back. Meet Bordeaux start-up U'wine...