One wine, one recipe: In the wind, the Alsatian bubbles of Anne-Laure Laengel and the ceviche of sea bream by Antonin Bonnet

Which wine for a ceviche of pagre? Every week, Le Figaro Vin offers you the food and wine pairing for the weekend. Today, a sparkling Riesling and the sea bream ceviche from Antonin Bonnet la toque de Quinsou, in Paris.

On 02/06/2022 by Tatiana Jean-Dorize

Château Smith Haut Lafitte at sunriseBordeaux en primeur 2021: our top 10 best wines from Pessac-Léognan

What are our favorites in Pessac-Léognan in 2021? The Figaro Vin team of tasters unveils its selection.

On 02/06/2022 by Ella Lister and Béatrice Delamotte

Isole e Olena PPEItalian wines: the French luxury group EPI acquires Isole e Olena, emblematic cru of Chianti Classico

Paolo De Marchi, president and oenologist of the Tuscan estate Isole e Olena, has just sold his vineyard to EPI, an independent French family group owned and managed by Christofer Descours, which is strengthening its presence in Italy.

On 02/06/2022 by Véronique Raisin

The Sumeire family at Cushion Castle.Direction full south of Provence, for a stop at Château Throw Pillow

At the castle Cushion, a rich past marked by the battle of Aix (Aquæ Sextiæ) in the year 102 BC. J.-C.

On 01/06/2022 by Isabelle Spaak

Château La ConseillanteBordeaux en primeur 2021: our selection of the best Pomerol wines

In 2021, Pomerol shows itself with delicacy. But which châteaux stand out at each level of the appellation? The Figaro Vin team of tasters reveals its ten favourites.

On 06/01/2022 by Ella Lister and Béatrice Delamotte

Citadel GinCitadelle, the pioneer of gins made in France, is still the boldest

For a quarter of a century, Citadelle has been able to establish itself as a benchmark for handcrafted gin made in France thanks to the visionary spirit of its creator Alexandre Gabriel.

Chateau La GaffeliereChâteau La Gaffelière announces its withdrawal from the Saint-Émilion classification

After Château Ausone, Château Cheval Blanc and Château Angélus, it is now the turn of Château La Gaffelière, Saint-Émilion’s premier grand cru classé B since 1955, to leave the Saint-Émilion classification, of which it was a part since its creation.

On 01/06/2022 by Stéphane Reynaud

Chateau Haut-BrionBordeaux en primeur 2021: our selection of the most remarkable dry white wines of the vintage

A great year for whites. This is how many professionals in the Bordeaux vineyard designate 2021, a cold vintage during which the whites were able to do well. Here is our selection of the best cuvées tasted.

On 05/31/2022 by Ella Lister and Béatrice Delamotte

At Domaine Saint-Ser Jacqueline Guichot-Bertin, a former pharmacist who became a winegrowerWines of Provence: the domain of Saint-Ser, a real gem

In the highest vineyard of the AOC Côte de Provence Sainte-Victoire, in the heart of the landscapes cherished by Cézanne, the domain of Saint-Ser shines.

On 05/31/2022 by Isabelle Spaak

Domaine Trimbach, RibeauvilleAlsace through the front door: discover our selection of grands crus

Often under the media radar, the wines of Alsace nevertheless have a unique diversity of terroirs, capable of forging (grand) crus of high lineage with a gastronomic vocation.

On 05/31/2022 by Véronique Raisin

Chateau BatailleyBordeaux en primeur 2021: the first releases of the campaign

The first releases of the 2021 en primeur campaign, announced over the past two weeks, with key entries from Batailley, Carruades de Lafite, Duhart-Milon, Pavie, Cheval Blanc, Léoville Las Cases, Angélus and wines from the Barton family .

On 05/30/2022 by Tara Albini

red wine and poolOur selection of the best red wines of the summer

What if summer was also drunk in red? The Figaro Vin team of tasters reveals its selection of ten cuvées to taste throughout the summer.

On 05/30/2022 by Alicia Dorey and Valérie Faust

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