New is good! .. and I do love the taste of fresh Pinot or Chardonnay. I have therefore decided to make a quite big update to Winehog, hopefully to get a bigger flow of new wines through the tasting table - to get the inspiration and vivid life of … [Read more...] about Get your Wine on Winehog
The 2018 vintage is by many already getting acclaimed and by some compared to the 1947 vintage ... as one of the solar and "great" vintages. This can seem quite premature, as the wines in some places still are completing the malolactic … [Read more...] about As we learn … and get better wines – a 2018 perspective
New book about Burgundy vintages 1845 to present - a unprecedented collection about many of these old vintages - written by Allen D. Meadows and Douglas E. Barzelay. The two gentlemen Allen Meadows and Doug Barzelay certainly have been in many … [Read more...] about Burgundy Vintages – a History from 1845
During my latest visit in Burgundy in mid November 2018 I encountered the apparently already legendary 2018 Burgundy vintage. Actually the talk and tales about this mighty vintage had already preceded the vintage - and expressions like "A vintage … [Read more...] about To love and adore – or to admire and behold
It has been brought to my attention that other publications, some from rather large countries located in Asia, are presumably gaining a lot of "influence" from the Winehog publication. Some are apparently using content elements, maps and photos, … [Read more...] about Fraudulent publications and Winehog copies
Two weeks ago I was in Burgundy with a good friend .. tasting a few wines and visiting a bunch of fine producers. I rarely publish photos from the trip - it is after all - all about the wine! But here are a few ... from a lovely trip. Rue … [Read more...] about A few photos from Burgundy
Back in Burgundy for a serie of tastings of the 2017 and a bit of the 2018. The 2017s confirmered that they are pretty wines, and while some yields are on the high side, most wines are delightful and rather classical - and relatively lightfooted … [Read more...] about Burgundy November 2018 .. status
As I wrote the alcohol levels are not only starting to climb, they are also starting to become a serious problem - see full article. 2018 is a rather hot year, and while some harvested early some perhaps harvested relatively late - without having … [Read more...] about What to look for in 2018 Burgundy … it’s the week!