Domaine Philippe Delesvaux is a 32-acre property located between the Loire and Layon valleys on the hillsides of the Corniche Angevine, which is within the UNESCO world heritage site that stretches from just west of Angers to Sully-sur-Loire, east of Orléans. Philippe and his wife Catherine have been making wine here since 1965, and while they have gained a particular reputation for their sweet white wines, they are equally adept in handling their Cabernet Franc; in fact this wine, “Le Roc,” is known as Philippe’s “passion project.” Built like a Pinot Noir, it has all the drinkable fruit and rusty, peppery herbaceousness that defines a good Chinon or Bourgueil but in a lighter, more elegant style.
Petillant is a vi d’agulla, the Catalan name for prickly wine. This vibrant and refreshing wine is the traditional summertime quaffer of the Penedès region of Catalonia, and it's perfect for...
Named after the McAfee brothers who surveyed a site just north of Frankfort in the late 1700s, this rye recipe bourbon is yet another label that honors the storied history...
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