In the Press
Clos Cibonne, “continuously redefining notions of what rosé can be”
Absolutely irreplicable, Provence’s Clos Cibonne has always pushed against the boundaries of a category that is too often painted in broad strokes. In the link below, Punch explores their wide-ranging influence.
The No/Low conversation continues with Muri Drinks
Since a leaving “a series of boring corporate jobs in finance,” Murray Paterson has been a pioneer in using fermentation, carbonic maceration, and an array of culinary techniques to build a complex, delicious, and innovative line of beverages, coming soon to the States through De Maison Selections. Link to his conversation with Julia Bainbridge below.
New at De Maison Selections
T.O.S. Distillerie showcases the spirits of Hauts-de-France
A small team of brewers led by a perfumer is exploring and reviving historic, local French and Flemish distilling traditions with world-class results
Exploring new Sherry frontiers with Manuel Aragón
We are thrilled to share the work of this historic bodega from Chiclana de la Frontera, at long last included in the recently-expanded Jerez-Xérès-Sherry D.O.
Martúe shows there’s more to La Mancha than Cervantes
Castilla-La Mancha’s D.O. Pago Campo de La Guardia, one of only 20 Vino de Pago sites, reveals the uniqueness and quality to be found in this relatively little-known viticultural region in the Spanish countryside.