The Cellar Blog


Vin Jaune – France’s “Yellow Wine”

May 08, 2017

Vin Jaune originates from the Jura, located to the east of the Côte d’Or next to the Swiss border under Alsace, and is the smallest wine district in France.   This area is dominated by the forest ...


Frost strikes again in Europe:

May 03, 2017

From about mid-April, Europe has experienced sub-zero overnight temperatures which have caused damage for the second consecutive year, especially in the regions of Champagne, the Loire Valley in Franc ...


“Wine with altitude …”

Feb 28, 2017

For many years there have been discussions whether altitude has a significant influence on the quality of wine. What is a fact is that the higher you go, the lower the temperature, which means a lower ...



Sep 08, 2016

The Michelangelo International Wine & Spirit Awards gives local and foreign wines the opportunity to be judged by a panel of acclaimed wine experts from around the globe. All the judges are hand-p ...


Bizoe Henriëtta 2015 – ‘Less is more’

Sep 07, 2016

The Mosaic-team took a short break last week to recharge and prepare for the upcoming launch of Chantel’s Summer Celebrations Menu, commemorating Restaurant Mosaic’s 10th birthday this year.  As ...