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Château Léoville Barton is a winery, vineyard, and wine estate in the Saint-Julien appellation of Bordeaux’ Left bank, Médoc, ranked a second growth in the 1855 Classification. The château building that features on Léoville Barton’s label belongs to Langoa-Barton, Léoville Barton’s sister estate. A Brief History of Château Léoville Barton & Langoa The Château that […]

The post Château Léoville Barton, Langoa and Mauvesin – Saint-Julien Bordeaux Wines was written by Julien Miquel and appeared first on Social Vignerons.

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Valdespino is one of the oldest bodegas in the region of Jerez, Spain, with a history of sherry fortified wine production going back to the 13th century. In 1264, Alfonso Valdespino was one of 24 knights who fought for the city of Jerez alongside King Alfonso X, against the Moors (Arabs). As a reward for […]

The post Valdespino Sherry Wines – Bodega in Jerez – Reviews was written by Julien Miquel and appeared first on Social Vignerons.

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Located North of Bordeaux city on the Left Bank, the Médoc wine region covers 16,500 hectares of vineyards (40K acres) divided in 8 different appellations: 2 regional appellations : Haut-Médoc and Médoc AOPs 6 communale appellations : Listrac-Médoc, Moulis-en-Médoc, Margaux, Saint-Julien, Pauillac, Saint-Estèphe.   Listrac-Médoc, just like Moulis is one of these lesser-known appellations neighboring the all […]

The post Listrac Médoc Bordeaux Wines & Château Fourcas-Borie was written by Julien Miquel and appeared first on Social Vignerons.

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Top 5 Interesting and important Facts to Know about the 1855 Classification Bordeaux wine History. The Classification of the Top wine estates Bordeaux’ Left Bank is a major event in the History of French Wine, and it marks a founding event for the modern wine trade that would only be (harshly) contested some 121 years […]

The post Bordeaux’ 1855 Classification of Médoc Wines – Top 5 Facts & Complete list of Chateaux was written by Julien Miquel and appeared first on Social Vignerons.

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Manzanilla is essentially the same type of wine with absolutely similar traits as Fino sherry. Watch Explanations Manzanilla Vs. Fino in Video Or read further explanations about this topic down below… The Production of Fino Sherry Vs. manzanilla Both Manzanilla and Fino are white wines made predominantly from the typical grape of the Sherry region […]

The post Manzanilla Vs. Fino Sherry | What’s the Difference? was written by Julien Miquel and appeared first on Social Vignerons.

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La Guita is a brand of Manzanilla produced by bodegas Hijos de Rainera Pérez Marín in Sanlúcar de Barrameda. It is in fact the only sherry produced at the bodega founded in 1852, aside a sherry vinegar. The Origin & History of La Guita The brand name “La Guita” originates from an anecdote by its […]

The post La Guita Manzanilla Sherry by Hijos de Rainera Pérez Marín, Spain was written by Julien Miquel and appeared first on Social Vignerons.

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Pasqua estate traces its history back to 1925, when it was founded by the Pasqua brothers in Verona, northern Veneto. Pasqua grew throughout the mid-20th century with great commercial successes both on the domestic Italian market and internationally, expanding its vineyard holdings and adding a bottling plant. Pasqua Vigneti e Cantine is an Italian wine […]

The post Amarone Wines of Pasqua Cantina e Vigneti was written by Julien Miquel and appeared first on Social Vignerons.

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Episode 11 of the ‘Talking Wine with Julien’ series, and as on every Wednesday, I review and test wine gadgets, accessories, tools and other wine-related items. Here I assembled a new jigsaw puzzle representing, mapping the Bordeaux wine region of France, listing and picturing all the main features of Bordeaux wine country: the Cité du […]

The post A Jigsaw Puzzle like A Bordeaux Wine Map – Perfect Gift for Wine Lover? was written by Julien Miquel and appeared first on Social Vignerons.

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Wine from Great Britain, and from England in particular, is growing in popularity and is increasingly recognized as a premium wine-producing region. Here’s how Jancis Robinson MW introduces English wine in the Oxford Companion to Wine: “England, the largest and warmest country in Great Britain, and the only one which produces wine in any quantity, […]

The post Top Facts: English & Welsh Wines in 600 Words was written by Julien Miquel and appeared first on Social Vignerons.

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Denbies Wine Estate is a family-owned winery operating since 1984. It is located in Dorking, in the Surrey Hills, England. The winery is at the forefront of wine tourism with the construction of a new hotel facility, one of Great Britain’s most visited wine destinations. Denbies also a renowned wine producer with a range of […]

The post Denbies Wine Estate – English Sparkling Reviews was written by Julien Miquel and appeared first on Social Vignerons.

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