La Revue du Vin de France – November 2018 issue 626
On its latest issue, La Revue du vin de France
- sets as top oenologist in France our Stephane Derenoncourt
- features Olivier Poussier‘s – Best Sommelier of the World 2000 and permanent contributor of the magazine – personal wine choice: Clos Stegasta 2017 “The Greek Assyrtikos’ Ace!” and
- presents our Gerard Margeon as one of the most important personalities of the wine world
That’s a great team, that’s the spirit at TOinos!
A brief translation of the comments may be found below:
“Our tasters have the privilege of tasting fine wines throughout the year, but they also occasionally buy bottles of their choice that have given them a particular emotion. They describe.
The ace of Greek assyrtikos, in magnum!
At the cellar Iosif, on the island of Paros
During sunny holidays in the archipelago of the Cyclades, in Greece, a local refreshment is essential. Planted at 400m altitude on the island of Tinos, between Andros and Mykonos, this assyrtiko is a pure miracle. Like crystal at times, salty and delicately peppery this wine reveals perfectly its granitic terroir in a hyper concentrated energy. This magnum found in Naoussa, on the island of Paros, will not be too much!
100 € at the wine shop
Wine of Cyclades
Clos Stegasta 2017″
“THE 200 PERSONALITIES OF WINE 2018
Senior wine officers
Young Rastignacs having recently succeeded or confirmed veterans, these personalities classified from 51 to 150 all play an important role in the development of French wine.
He leads 324 sommeliers
Orchestrating the world’s most extensive sommelier brigade, that of Alain Ducasse’s establishments – 324 sommeliers, including 44 sommelier chefs – forces him to frequent assiduously the airports. His app Air France reveals that in the past four years, he has visited 31 times Tokyo, 27 times the United States, 12 times Hong Kong … for a total of 1 535 000 km! Born in the Hospices de Beaune in 1961, he keeps time to go to the Cyclades, in Tinos, where he produces a wine vinified and distributed in France by Stéphane Derenoncourt, and to collaborate with Grandes Serres, a trading house installed in Chateauneuf-du-Pape. B. C.”