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Montesquieu Winery 2011 Harvest Review: At Home and Abroad No two harvests are exactly alike—each year brings its own unique mixture of variables to the table work with.
Finding the Fountain of Youth: Montesquieu Winery's Grand Cru Champagne
Over the past few years, we've been searching high and low for just the right opportunity to craft exclusively for our clients a Grand Cru Champagne that we can call our own.
Montesquieu Winery 2011 Napa and Sonoma Pre-Harvest Update
We caught up with our winemaker Hélène Mingot on the run between her bustling vineyard and cellar work to hear how pre-harvest conditions are shaping up for our parcels in Napa and Sonoma so far.
Livia Fontana: Heart and Soul in Barolo Country
One of the most rewarding aspects of working directly with small producers to source the very best wines for our clients is the privilege of getting to know the winemakers, the talent and conduits of inspiration behind great wines.
The Search for Great Terroir: Insight into California with Stéphane Derenoncourt
There are few names in our industry that carry as much respect as that of Stéphane Derenoncourt and with good reason—with almost 30 years experience from literallythe ground up, he is one of the great growers and winemakers of our time.
In Search of the Hanging Tree: Montesquieu Winery Explores the Vineyards of St. Emilion
I stood on a grassy path flanked by vines on both sides, staring up at a tall tree with large branches spreading wide. Oak? Elm? I wasn’t sure, and it didn’t really matter.
Discovering the Land of Sun and Wine: Montesquieu Winery Explores Mendoza
I stood on a grassy path flanked by vines on both sides, staring up at a tall tree with large branches spreading wide. Oak? Elm? I wasn't sure, and it didn't really matter.