Domaine Bonneau du Martray’s Jean-Charles Le Bault de la Morinière stopped by Morrell Wine Merchants to showcase his great white wine, Corton-Charlemagne, and chat about biodynamic farming.
The season of summer may as well be called the season of rosé. The color and light refreshing taste of the wine has come to be synonymous with the perfect summer wine. Here’s what we’re drinking at the wine bar.
Last week, we hosted a special tasting of five wines from Champagne Charles Heidsieck, guided by Chef de Caves Thierry Roset. Roset possesses a wealth of knowledge and information on Champagne, and he led us through five wines, including the Blanc de Millenaires 1995 and Champagne Charlie 1982.
On June 11th, Morrell Fine Wine Auctions hosted a live sale of a single cellar along with a Grand Post-Auction wine dinner at Morrell Wine Bar. Check out some of our favorite moments!
We’re hosting a tasting in collaboration with the Sud de France Festival, a celebration of southern France’s culinary and arts culture, of three red wines from the Languedoc-Rousillon region.
The story behind Bruno Paillard’s Champagne house, which he launched in 1981, is as compelling as the unbeatable quality and finesse of his bottlings.
We opened four large-format, vintage Barolos, 1961, 1970, 1971, and 1976, to celebrate the newly redesigned wine bar, wine store, and all-glass Rare Wine Vault. General Manager Mark D. Smith shares his tasting notes.