Wine and Co (Italy)

+33 0 5 56 49 86 82 83, quai de Paludate
Bordeaux Cedex, 33080
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Throughout Germany, Austria, Belgium, France, Italy and the UK we make home deliveries, offer advice and assistance on a unique selection of quality wines and rare spirits, which in itself illustrates our high standards and our ability to evaluate and describe wines. We guarantee to hold stocks of all wines offered. We will be delighted to reply to all correspondence sent to call-center@wineandco.com Our call centre, offices and warehouses are situated at the Quai de Paludate in Bordeaux. The company employs 15 permanent staff, all highly experienced in their own fields of expertise, as well as wine. Our shareholders are the luxury wine and spirits group Moët-Hennessy, and Millésima, the leading European mail order company for Bordeaux Grands Crus Classés. – Description from AlexJelena

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  • Though I managed by being offshore most of the '80s to miss every single episode of FalconCrest, somehow even I recognized the house in that context. Not sure how. Boy has TV gone in different directions since the '80s (not quite like Fargo or True Detective or Breaking Bad or even milder fare like the rather fascist Hawaii Five-O, is it it?). S... Read More

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  • Palladino Biferno Rosso Riserva 2009

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    I bought this bottle of wine from a shop in London's Kensington [www.nicolas.co.uk ] for £8. Biferno is a DOC created in the 1980's for red,white and rose wines in the Molise region of central Italy on the Adriatic side opposite Naples. Palladino [www.palladinovini.com ] is a winery in the Asti region although the back label says bottled by Gra... Read More

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  • Hello wine lovers. Im a newby. I find that I love a Mendoza Malbec  like its oxygen and Nineteen Crimes cab is to die for ( althouth not in the way some of the criminals may have in route to australia) . I also am enjoying some less complex but well balanced red blends like Apothic. My favorite malbec so far is Alamos and Cigar Box is pretty nic... Read More

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  • Hello, I like wine. I'm originally from the UK though I've lived in and worked in Rome for the last 21 years. My father has been a research chemist and French-wine collector for considerably longer, hence my education in wine starting at an early age.My favourite white wines are Inzolia, Malvasia, and Muscat. While my favourite reds are Nero di ... Read More

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  • Those with even an inkling of desire for wine can admit that describing mouthful of vino is nearly an impossible task: words don’t always express the soul of a glass of red, white or rosé. Earlier this week wine writer Steve Heimoff discussed on his website his own treasure hunt for the perfect word to describe the all-encompassing nature of the... Read More

    From the article Terroir, Cru or Ambiente: Nouning The Totality of Wine


  • Hi everyone, This thread is dedicated to your thoughts about the wines of Lodi, more specifically for those who attend next week's virtual tasting. Here is a link to the virtual tasting page:http://www.snooth.com/virtual-tasting/video/lodi-presents-1/The tasting will take place next Wednesday, June 3rd, at 8:30pm Eastern/5:30pm Pacific.         ... Read More

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  • Once thought as the campy plonk to accompany a cultural and literal cloud of peace, love, weed smoke and anti-war sentiments, natural wine is now a legitimate niche force in the wine world.  Yesterday, Bloomberg Business reporter Nick Leiber entered the sediment-laden world of natural wines through the person of one Fabio Bartolomei, a winemaker... Read More

    From the article Hippies No More: Natural Wine Movement Gaining Momentum


  • Friuli (or more properly Friuli Venezia Giulia) lies in Italy’s northeastern corner. Protected from the northern winds by the Austrian and Slovenian Alps, Friuli’s climate is tempered by the Adriatic. The winemakers of this area have a reputation of being forward thinking and producing excellent white wines -- reds account for just under 40%. Tr... Read More

    From the article For the Love of Friuli Wine


  • “For the first time ever, Britain's wine drinkers are spending more on prosecco than they are on Champagne,”  City AM reporter Lynsey Barber said. “Historically seen as a second best to champagne, the rise and rise of the Italian sparkling wine industry has seen it overtake its French counterpart.” Barber quoted overall sales figures from the Ka... Read More

    From the article Brits Create Sparks In Sparkler Showdown


  • Montalcino is a beautiful medieval hilltop village just 40 miles south of Siena, on the ancient roadway to Rome. It is dominated by a castle, called La Fortezza, which doubles as an enoteca and wine shop. La Fortezza offers most of the wines of the zone, plus older vintages, as well as honey, olive oil, jams and the like. It also offers a breath... Read More

    From the article Time In a Bottle: 2010 Brunello di Montalcino


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