Wine making

Vinification is adapted to the variety of wine we are looking for : red, white, rosé, dry or sweet, sparkling or still. But time is also key : sometimes less than two months for a fresh red wine, until two years and more for wines which are raised in oak barrels. A cellar master is in charge…

What a Bourgogne wine ?

Chez Greg suggests you to discover this splendid wine-producing region History Bourgogne is a historic vineyard, one of the oldest in France, shaped in the Middle Ages by monks. If it occupies only 3 % of lands planted in France, it is the richest in labels of origin. Pinot noir and Chardonnay reign in masters…

Agreement dishes and wines

Chez Greg recommends you some associations with food available in our stores A fish or seafoods go well with : We shall prefer dry and mineral white wines which get married well to the fish, red wine give it a metallic taste. A Chablis (Bourgogne wine), a sylvaner (wine of Alsace) should do it. And…

Father’s Day

Father’s Day arrives on this June 17th, 2018, and it’s never obvious to find the ideal gift. Wine turns out to be a sensible choice but how to make a choice as high as him desires? What bottles of Grand Crus and which wines vintage to choose to be sure to please your father? Here…

How to keep wine?

Some good tips from Chez Greg, not only for French wines!! Temperature: a constant freshness The wine must be kept for a temperature between 10 and 12°C ideally. Otherwise it will age prematurely and badly (Losing its color and freshness of its aromas). But it’s mainly brutal fluctuations in temperature that it’s necessary to avoid…