Not really amazing, but worth the detour

Restaurant Review: Au Moulin de la Wantzenau By Panos Kakaviatos for wine-chronicles.com 22 February 2018 For the second time in three years (this is, perhaps, too infrequent), I enjoyed a fine meal at Au Moulin in the Wantzenau: about a 15 minute drive outside Strasbourg. It is not a Michelin rated restaurant, but excels in […]

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Fine wine fireworks

Happen once a year From a magnificent Salon 1996 to a surprisingly great Latour 1967 – in a vertical of the first growth – by way of Yquem 83, we had a fabulous time. By Panos Kakaviatos for wine-chronicles.com 31 January 2018 Once again Ken Brown succeeded in organizing a most memorable holiday dinner for […]

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Bordeaux 1966, fifty years on (and other surprises)

By Panos Kakaviatos for wine-chronicles.com  13 January 2016 I have to thank my lucky stars for the great wine loving friends I have in Washington D.C. Since I am turning … 50 in December this year, I wanted to organize a 1966 dinner. And so six of us gathered at the famous wine friendly restaurant […]

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Haute Couture at Haut Bailly

By Panos Kakaviatos for wine-chronicles.com  30 June 2015 This is one of a series of articles on some superb lunches and dinners I was lucky enough to attend during the intense Vinexpo week in Bordeaux in June 2015. Keep checking my website for more Vinexpo highlights throughout July 2015!  Dinner with Pingus, Le Pin, Bonneau […]

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From Barolo 1964 to Palmer 2002: wine with friends

By Panos Kakaviatos for wine-chronicles.com 25 May 2015 Long weekends, friends and wine. A balmy summer-like evening, time for barbecue as well. We were 8 altogether and enjoyed 10 wines spanning 50 years. Wines in bold I liked particularly, when red and bold even more and when underlined, too, wine nirvana. Flight One / Champagne […]

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