Michel Lafarge with respected Burgundy wine merchant Becky Wasserman-Hone at his family’s Clos du Château des Ducs monopole in Volnay. Credit: Decanter / Michel Joly Michel Lafarge, the unassuming and highly regarded winemaker in Volnay, has died aged 91. The post Burgundy winemaker Michel Lafarge dies appeared first on Decanter.
‘I think it’s fair to say that winemakers are in the industry because they want to make a product that people enjoy, not only collect,’ states Jacob Ner David, CEO and co-founder of fine wine futures platform, Vinsent. ‘The traditional system means that a winery is many steps removed from the person who drinks their […] The post Vinsent: Connecting wineries […]
Le Clarence, Paris 31 Avenue Franklin Delano Roosevelt, 75008 Paris You would be forgiven for thinking you’re in a Bordeaux château, such is the grandeur. But this is the centre of Paris, the so-called Golden Triangle, in a 19th century mansion that has been restored so sumptuously that giggles involuntarily erupt. Opened in 2015, Le […] The post Le Clarence […]
The Decanter World Wine Awards is the world's largest and most influential wine competition. Co-founded by Decanter and Steven Spurrier, the competition is now in its 17th year. To introduce Decanter World Wine Awards into the new decade, we take a look at interviews from the competition’s three Co-Chairs and select Regional Chairs to hear what makes DW […]