Philippe lives in the quaint village of Pupillin which is quite close to Arbois near the Swiss border. He inherited the vineyard from his father and decided to make wine himself rather than sell his grapes to others. He makes his wine under his house which overlooks the village.
La Chamade" literally means 'wildly' but in the context of the pounding of the heart when drinking a good wine.
Bornard´s Ploussard is, nevertheless, hardly a wallflower, but a very pretty wine that insinuates itself into the conversation and before you know it, you are staring sadly at an empty bottle."
Deep violet of high intensity. Black mature red fruit open up in the nose wrapped in subtle spicy and well integrated wood notes. A wine that impresses the palate with...
Another Super Catalan from Priorat. Has a great freshness and even though it is a lively wine it is not all over the place. Cherry red rim. The nose is...
Ar. Pe. Pe. is one of the best traditional wineries from the mountain region of Valtellina near the Swiss border. Here, the Nebbiolo grape attains the finesse and precision of...