Quick Review: 2008 Faiveley Bourgogne Pinot Noir

With generations of experience and incredible land holdings throughout Burgundy, Domaine Joseph Faiveley brings their best in each wine; from their most exalted Grand Cru wines to their entry-level Pinot Noir. Although Burgundy may be home to some of the worlds most exorbitantly priced wines, there are great value gems to be found if you know where to look. This expression of Pinot is […] Continue reading

Wine of the Week: 2008 Main Divide Riesling

Main Divide is consistently one of my favourite value producers from New Zealand and this delicious Riesling delivers the goods. Based out of the area of Waipara on New Zealand’s South Island, Main Divide  focuses on crafting wines that retain the purity and freshness that this cooler climate delivers. Made in an off-dry style, the 2008 […] Continue reading

Wine of the Week: Delamotte Brut Champagne NV

Perhaps no other entity on earth is as synonymous with luxury as Champagne. The addition of Champagne can make a special occasion spectacular, a memorable evening unforgettable and turn a gathering into a party. A great Champagne is experienced rather than tasted and should balance complexity and depth with finesse and lightness. Although Champagne continues to become more and more […] Continue reading