The New York Times hallowed wine guru Eric Asimov says ‘Chateau Feely makes delicious wines from biodynamically grown grapes in Saussignac’ in a recent article. Mr Asimov

Caro Feely and Eric Asimov Wine Critic for the New York Times

Caro Feely and Eric Asimov Wine Critic for the New York Times

visited Chateau Feely as part of  a tour of Bruno Chief of Police’s wonderful world of the Perigord. He also gave Saving our Skins a big Thumbs up in the New York Times (scroll down to the third book in the review) when it was released.

If you have read Glass Half Full you will know that we have failed at capturing moments like this in the past but this time we copped on…. and Eric agreed to a photo (pity I hadn’t had my hair cut before his visit).

He was part way through a mammoth day of tasting his way around Martin Walker’s (Bruno’s) favourite wine estates which he covered as part of an article to celebrate this world and the launch of Martin’s latest book in the Bruno Series; ‘The Templars Last Secret’. If you haven’t discovered his Perigord magic I recommend starting with the first ‘Death in the Dordogne‘ or his freebie ‘Bruno et le Pere Noel

New York Times Article Read the article for the nuggets on the Perigord.

Bruno’s latest book also gives a heads up to our soon to be released sparkling rose wine (page 175 according to an email from a US based fan- its only due for release in the UK early 2018) at one of his famed gourmet feasts Bruno chooses “a sparkling rose wine from Château Feely , which would be good as an aperitif and could also accompany the asparagus.” Yum. The next Feely sparkling rose will be launched in October 2017 – join our mailing list at the bottom right of the home page to hear when its released.

You can order preset (EU delivery included) case selections of ‘delicious’ Feely wine or order your selection from Feely online boutique (shipping added at end) .

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