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August 30, 2023 | Elden Selections

Complementary Sensations: The Bouquet in the Glass (and in the Vase)

Our ability to experience senses is one of the greatest wonders of the human brain. Scientists even now are only beginning to get a full understanding of how our senses are inter-related. When it comes to taste and smell, we know that these senses can be subtly influenced by others, such as what we see and hear. In the context of wine...  Continue »

Time Posted: Aug 30, 2023 at 10:20 AM Permalink to Complementary Sensations: The Bouquet in the Glass (and in the Vase) Permalink
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August 15, 2023 | Elden Selections


The thirsty traveller, having lunched in Dijon and travelling south through the Cote de Nuits for refreshment in Burgundy, will eventually reach Ladoix-Serrigny. It marks the start of the Cote de Beaune. That it should be associated with ‘beginnings’ is particularly apt, for the name Ladoix means ‘water spring’ in old French. To get technical, Ladoix is actually made up of the village of Serrigny and two hamlets – Ladoix and Buisson. But for now, let’s leave that aside and focus on the more important matter at hand – the wines produced here.  Continue »

Time Posted: Aug 15, 2023 at 3:15 PM Permalink to Ladoix Permalink
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August 8, 2023 | Elden Selections

Wine Etiquette - Does it Matter?

There is a lot of ritual around wine drinking. Some of it is for good reason (the way you hold a glass, sniff the aroma, and taste the wine does matter, especially if it’s an expensive wine with a complex character like those listed on by Elden Selections). But can it be taken too far?  Continue »

Time Posted: Aug 8, 2023 at 12:51 PM Permalink to Wine Etiquette - Does it Matter? Permalink