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Posted by admin | 07 01 2021

Renowned Burgundy wine experts Elden Selections, and their resident wine expert Dennis Sherman at the Domaine de Cromey, are on a journey. It’s long been their mission to bring the best wines...

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Posted by admin | 18 12 2020

Native Côte de Beaune winemaker Elodie Roy – proprietor of Domaine Elodie Roy and creator of some of the excellent reds from Santenay and Maranges – describes taking over the...

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Posted by admin | 10 12 2020

IRANCY On slopes above the Yonne river valley 15 km from Chablis, a handful of winemakers are growing Pinot Noir at the northernmost limit of its possibility.  While Chablis, of course,...

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Posted by admin | 01 12 2020

Alongside their world-class white and red wines, did you know that Burgundy produces excellent sparkling wines too? The Appellation, known as Crémant de Bourgogne, can be used for white or...

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Posted by Dennis Sherman | 16 11 2020

Every season in Burgundy is distinctive and special.  And while we appreciate what each one brings, there is something special about autumn. A feast for every sense, the months of...

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Posted by admin | 09 11 2020

There is only one type of poultry in the whole of France that is protected by an Appellation of Quality (AOC) mark, in the same way its revered wines are....

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Posted by admin | 04 11 2020

The vintage of a wine – by which we mean the single year the grapes were picked – is an important influence on wine. Exactly how important is the subject...

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Posted by admin | 22 10 2020

Auxey-Duresses - the appellation in which Agnès Paquet works and has built one of the most exciting and innovative reputations around today – was not always known by that name....

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Posted by admin | 16 10 2020

Elden's wine club is unique because it seeks to take its members on a journey through Burgundy to learn and find the wines they like the most, and wines they can fall in love with. To...

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Posted by admin | 02 10 2020

Boundaries exist for many reasons. They can delimit regions that are older than memory, or simply be expedient lines drawn on a map. History and geography, but also politics and...

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