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Posted by Ashley Cummins | 27 03 2018

This may be my weirdest tasting ever. An overall lousy morning: my wine pick-ups were all screwed up in one way or another, so the warehouse rejected my Customs paperwork,...

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Posted by Kari Jensen | 27 02 2018

If that first taste of the 2016 Burgundy vintage really grabs your attention, count yourself lucky. Lucky in the same way that winemakers in Burgundy consider themselves lucky. The excellent...

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Posted by Dennis Sherman | 17 02 2018

Winter at Cromey means preparations for the Springtime Elden Wine Shipment   And this year we'll have several new Producers and quite a few new wines. Which means, of course,...

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Posted by Dennis Sherman | 13 01 2018

The Wine Auction at the Hospices de Beaune THE OLDEST CHARITY AUCTION IN THE WORLD A MAINSTAY OF BURGUNDIAN CULTURE AND NOW A TRADITION AT ELDEN SELECTIONS  AND THE  DOMAINE...

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Posted by Dennis Sherman | 30 12 2017

PARTY TIME AT CROMEY MAY WE ALL BE SO LUCKY Domaine de Cromey  The Heart of it All.  ALL THE BEST FROM BURGUNDY COME SEE US IN 2018 GET IN...

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Posted by Dennis Sherman | 29 11 2017

AN EVENING WITH BERNARD Those of you who have been to Cromey will recognize this fellow. Bernard Picard was born on the property, and returned home recently for his early...

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Posted by Dennis Sherman | 27 10 2017

SOARING ABOVE ! It's been an memorable October here in Burgundy. And the evenings are perfect for a hot-air balloon flight. Warm, not too breezy, and incredibly colorful. Tonight we took off from...

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Posted by Ashley Cummins | 01 09 2017

Those of you who have been following Elden from the early days will not find this surprising. But I received the following e-mail this week. As we bring our small-production...

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Posted by Dennis Sherman | 27 08 2017

HOT STUFF! The Bread House here at Cromey is a gem of a kitchen. So little by little, we are learning the secrets of wood-fired oven cooking.  And a few...

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Posted by Ashley Cummins | 01 07 2017

Anyone who has ever wandered into a wine cellar for a barrel tasting remembers the charm. The dim light, the glass pipette, the swirling and spitting, and the privilege of...

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