√Čtiquette¬†: winemaker

How to: the 6 steps that make Champagne outstanding

Welcome to Wine by Alex, the show to watch to take your wine game to the next level! Today you’re watching a brand-new episode of #Askwinebyalex and I’ve got a question from Julie: " I want to know about Champagne winemaking!" Julie, I’m all passionate about this topic as well! It’s a complex process so I’ll try to break it down in the most simple way possible for you. Before diving into the process of making Champagne, there are a few things you need to know...

Aubert & Mathieu on how to make Languedoc wine more meaningful

Available in Englishūüáļūüáł + Frenchūüáęūüá∑! Languedoc-Roussillon truly does not stop to astonish by its dynamism and freshness! After a career in finance in Paris for Jean-Charles Mathieu and one in wine marketing between the US and Thailand for Anthony Aubert, the two young men chose their native Languedoc to throw themselves into their own wine merchant adventure in September 2018... Apr√®s une carri√®re dans la finance √† Paris pour Jean-Charles Mathieu et dans le marketing du vin entre les Etats-Unis et la Tha√Įlande pour Anthony Aubert, c'est dans leur Languedoc natal que les deux jeunes hommes ont d√©cid√© de se lancer dans l'aventure de n√©gociants en vin, avec Aubert & Mathieu, en septembre 2018...

7 winemaking methods you absolutely want to know now

Today you‚Äôre watching a brand-new episode of #Askwinebyalex and I‚Äôve got a question from Elizabeth: ¬ę What techniques are used in winemaking and what are their results on the products? ¬Ľ. That‚Äôs a great question, Elizabeth! It‚Äôs something you need to know to understand the type of wine you‚Äôll have in your glass. So here we go to discover the main techniques winemakers use and their effect on the resulting wines!

Behind-the-scenes of the Provençal winery Léoube, with Romain Ott (winemaker)

Available in Englishūüáļūüáł + Frenchūüáęūüá∑! Nestled in the heart of Provence, Ch√Ęteau L√©oube is an oasis of calm between orchards, olive trees... and vines. The vines are nurtured by the ochre soil, the azure of Mediterranean sea and the sun. A peaceful and delightful background to return to your roots. No doubt that the Bamford family fell in love with this paradise in 1997. With an annual production limited to 40,000 bottles, Ch√Ęteau L√©oube's wines are fine, natural and elegant. They are made with passion by Romain Ott, the estate's winemaker since 2000. Romain Ott is a well-known name among the wine enthusiasts...