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National Cognac Day!

National Cognac Day!

Happy National Cognac Day! Here’s to living your best life and always finding a reason to make a toast! We want to hear your toast for today.

This is how you throw a party…

This is how you throw a party…

This is how you throw a party...when you are @yquem_official. Take a spectacular setting, add pomp and circumstance before each and every course, serve food (3 star Michelin chef) and wine (all Grand Crus) that impresses the mouth, and produce an exit like no other....

Day 3 of VinExpo

Day 3 of VinExpo

Day 3 of VinExpo started our day off with a seminar on Great Wine Capitals of World. And then of course a little wine 🍷🍷tasting, interesting finds and great food.

Last night’s party…

Last night’s party…

Last night’s party at Château d’Yquem was spectacular. And here he is “rubbing shoulders” (almost) with THE Bernard Arnault. And I’m just floating to the beautiful atrium in my dress.... pinch me.

Vinexpo

Vinexpo

Day one of Vinexpo and our author is off to an exciting start. He was asked to be a judge for the Cru Bourgeois Cup! The smile says it all.

Blind taste more wine

Blind taste more wine

“Blind taste more wine. We all have unconscious bias when it comes to wine, whether it be that we only like noble varieties, or that Old World wines are better than New World. I often surprise myself when I taste blind, and it reminds me to keep an open mind and try...

A classic Thanksgiving choice is Chardonnay.

A classic Thanksgiving choice is Chardonnay.

“Before we all go into full hibernation mode and stock up on rich reds for the winter, let's consider pairing possibilities for the upcoming holidays. A classic Thanksgiving choice is Chardonnay. The wines in today's selection are crowd-pleasers and made in diverse...

Eight American Sparkling Wines for a Festive Fourth of July

Eight American Sparkling Wines for a Festive Fourth of July

“It used to be that only a handful of wineries made sparkling wine in the U.S.—namely a handful in California owned by Champagne houses such as Chandon and Roederer. The traditional Champagne process takes a lot of time, equipment, and manpower, meaning the bar to...

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