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Posted by Ashley Cummins | 16 October 2019

Burgundy 2018 Vintage Report There has been talk over the past year of the 2018 vintage in Burgundy being one of the greatest of all time.  Comparisons with the mythical 1947, and all that. But let’s be careful and take a closer look. (more…)

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Posted by Ashley Cummins | 23 September 2019

POMMARD VILLAGES OF THE COTE DE BEAUNE In terms of wine and wonder, Beaune is the capital of Burgundy. Giving its name to the surrounding Côte de Beaune, the town traditionally represented the whole of the region. (more…)

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Posted by Ashley Cummins | 01 August 2019

If it seems like the Domaine Jean Fery came out of nowhere, in a sense it did. Jean-Louis Fery took over his parents’ estate in 1988 and made his childhood dream come true: providing the family estate with the means to develop further through investment in infrastructure and the purchase of new vineyards. (more…)

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Posted by Ashley Cummins | 29 July 2019

Anyone who has ever climbed down into a wine cellar for a barrel tasting remembers the charm: the dim light, the glass ‘pipette’, the swirling and spitting, the privilege of witnessing something coming-to-be.  (more…)

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Posted by Ashley Cummins | 28 May 2019

Three lucky couples will soon be coming to the Domaine de Cromey for a week in Burgundy, enjoying the delights of Elden wines, our renowned gourmet food and exclusive touring, all in the lap of Cromey luxury. In our 27th year as a major donor to the Atlanta High Museum Wine Auction, our donation raised...

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Posted by Ashley Cummins | 24 April 2019

Burgundy Wine When we left the United States in 1983, I was your typical American wine enthusiast. Having worked in the wine trade in England for a couple of years in the late 70s, I thought I knew a bit about Bordeaux.  And back in Annapolis, we had Mills wine shop where I would spend hours...

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Posted by Ashley Cummins | 06 March 2019

Burgundy Vintage Report 2017 If 2016 tested the faith and resolve of winemakers in Burgundy, 2017 has to be seen as recompense, and as a miracle of sorts. While the rest of wine-growing Europe suffered crippling late-spring frosts in 2017, Burgundy for the most part (for once!) survived. A mild winter and an accelerated spring...

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Posted by Dennis Sherman | 18 February 2019

DOMAINE DE CROMEY  IN THE WORDS OF SOME WHO HAVE VISITED “It is so beautiful here.  You have done an absolutely incredible job of renovating and decorating. Your gracious, warm and loving hospitality have made a vacation into an experience of a lifetime.” Walton G. “We loved everything about everything” Gail S. “Domaine de Paradis” Victoria C....

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