Please take your time to read about the philosophy and story of our Champagne producer Pierre Gimonnet & Fils . We have worked with this producer for almost 30 years and continue to have an excellent working relationship.
On 3rd November, we hosted our annual wine tasting at Jesus Collage, Cambridge. With over a hundred different wines available, our guests had the opportunity to sample an eclectic mix of wines from around the world. We felt it was also important to have the 2015 and the new 2016 vintages on display for many of the wines to allow guests to compare the two. The 2016 vintage has delivered quite interesting results, with notable variety from region to region due to the rather diverse weather some areas in France .
Not exercising consistently can lead to muscle atrophy, diabetes, bone density loss, and other problems. But sometimes, we simply can’t find the time to exercise for a few days. So if it’s been a few days since you hit the gym, there may be a way to help slow down the damage from not exercising: some red wine. A recent study published in the Journal of the American Societies for Experimental Biology suggests that .
Monsieur Christophe Jaume of Domaine Grand Veneur travelled especially to host this wonderful occasion. He talked most eloquently and passionate about his wines. His audience were captivated, not only by his enthusiasm but also by his intensive and arduous work, necessary to produce these wonderful wines. It takes dedication of generations to bring out the best of this unique “terroir” – man working closely with nature. Domaine Grand Veneur is situated right next to .
On the last Saturday of January Francois Janoueix of Château Lafleur Saint Jean, Bordeaux, hosted a special wine evening at Rudding Park. It was a resounding success. Thank you Francois for a lovely evening.