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© Abi Duhr Breakaways in the vineyards

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

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Château de Parnay

Antoine Cristal was the owner of Château de Parnay from 1887 until his death in 1931. He was responsible for the construction of this unique parcel of land. In 1894, he built a 0.56 hectare estate...

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Château Bastor Lamontagne

Château Bastor-Lamontagne has belonged to the Helfrich family since 2018. Located in Preignac, this 52-hectare vineyard has an essentially gravelly-sandy and clay-limestone terroir. The Semillon...

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Perrier-Jouët Belle Époque Cocoon

Perrier-Jouët Belle Époque Cocoon reconciles aesthetics and a more sustainable approach for the vintage cuvees Perrier-Jouët Belle Époque and Perrier-Jouët Belle Époque Rosé, with a box created in...

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Valentin Morice, a self-taught chef, with multiple hats

Barely 30 years old, chef Valentin Morice already possesses all the qualities of great chefs. A talent that he has put at the service of Domaine Boisniard, in Vendée, for 7 years now and to which he...

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Château Chêne Liège in Pomerol

Although Pomerol is full of cult references, the appellation also boasts many small properties, some of which have kept a strong family dimension. This is the case of Château Chêne Liège, owned by...

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Château Petit Val

When Jean-Louis and Olivia Alloin decided to invest in the Bordeaux vineyards, Château Petit Val was a step back to their roots. After more than forty years in business, Jean-Louis Alloin, the son...

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