Introducing Domaine Saint Cyr

We are very happy to introduce Domaine Saint Cyr, our new Organic producer from Beaujolais. This family vineyard of 28 Hectares has been managed for 4 generations and was Certified Organic in 2008. The main part of the vineyard is located in the village of Anse in the South of Beaujolais with 7 ha of […]

What is Champenoise Method?

Also called “Méthode Traditionnelle” outside of the Champagne appellation, it refers to the fermentation in a bottle, leading to sparkling wines. Traditional method gives you flavours of bread dough and toast and makes the wine taste rich and creamy. As we often tell our customers, the Crémants from Loire, Bordeaux or Burgundy are made exactly […]

Thursday Oct 29: French Wine Dinner with Chef René

wine dinner chef rene

Please join our wine dinner in our partner’s private kitchen! MENUAmuses-BoucheAvocado Red Tuna TartareRoasted Duck Magret and Foie Gras Red Berries SauceCheese PlatterChocolate fondant with Orange Sauce + 5 wines from The Wine Guild’s selection Dinner will start at 7:30pm location: Chef Rene Cuisine StudioUnit 3, 8/F, Bonham Commercial Centre, 44-46 Bonham Strand WEST, Sheung […]

Beaujolais Nouveau 2020 – 15% SPECIAL DISCOUNT FOR EARLY BIRD

This year, the Beaujolais Nouveau will be released on Thursday November 19th and we will offer 2 different types, shipped from France by airfreight right on time! (same winemakers as the last 4 years) Unlike many of the industrial ones available in all french supermarkets, the Beaujolais Nouveau we are offering is made by passionate […]

Protip: Northern Rhône Valley wines

The Rhone Valley was the result of an epic geological clash between the Massif Central (Middle of Southern France) and the Alps (South East), creating a rift valley which was flooded by the Mediterranean. Three hundred million years ago, volcanic activity in the Massif Central produced the granitic rocks of the Northern Rhône. Smaller than […]

PROTIP: What makes Cahors wines so Special?

The Cahors appellation is located equidistantly from the Atlantic Ocean, the Mediterranean Sea and the Pyrenees Mountains in the middle valley of the Lot. Its winegrowing region stretches over 4,000 hectares of silica-rich terraces as well as limestone slopes and plateaus, which run along the Lot River. The Cahors region is consisted of different terroirs […]