The castle of Yquem decomplexes its Sauternes at 60 €.

As part of the efforts to democratize Bordeaux’s sweet wines, the Premier Grand Cru Classé in 1855 offers a hitherto confidential blended wine to its private visitors.”We are not apart, we are awar…“We are not apart, we are aware of the difficulties of the Sauternes appellation and we want to become a driving force again,” says Sandrine Garbay, the cellar master of Château d’Yquem (LVMH group), as evidenced by the launch of a new, very accessible collection: the Sauternes, sold at 60 euros including tax per bottle, while the 1855 premier grand cru supérieur classé is sold at six times the price ($396 including tax for the 2017)...

Jean Daniel, a fabulous destiny

Where does that melancholy glow come from in his eyes? Is it because he was all his life a writer lost in journalism and he carries this regret like a wound? Buried under the honors, the prizes, the m......