Dear Aussies, Dear friends of Aus, Dear friends of Mig’s,
To kick off Mig’s World Wines 25th anniversary, Mig had decided a while back to run a special Australian Wine Tasting on January 25th, celebrating at the same time Australia Day. The tasting would feature a selection of d’Arenberg wines ranging… More
The MHOBA Rum Distillery is an artisan (from farm to bottle) distillery in South Africa where they make Pure Single Sugarcane Rum. Only pure local sugar juice, 100% pot still distilled.
Come and taste it this Saturday @Mig’s, alongside another South African spirit: Bain’s, voted twice (!) best Single Grain Whisky… More
Happy New Year !
A new year means new tastings! Our Laugh & Learn tasting calendar is online on our homepage: www.migswolrdwines.be . Be quick to sign-up, seats are scarce and in high demand.
2019 has been the best year ever for Mig’s World Wines! Thank you all, my suppliers, my great team and our thousands of customers for making this happen.
In 2020, Mig’s will celebrate its 25th! More about that in our following newsletters and Facebook posts. Here’s a big cheer for another… More
Mig’s wishes you all a very Merry Christmas! The full team (and extra help!) is on board to greet and advise you.
We’re open this Sunday from 11am to 6pm, Monday from 11am to 7pm and Tuesday from 11am to 6pm.
Christmas Cheers! More
Sorry for the pun, I (Mig) could not resist ! Sherry (Xérès) isn't (only) for little old English ladies hiding their tipple in cups, pretending to drink their afternoon tea : it's a great wine for different moments of fine dining. At Mig's, we offer Xérès from one of the finest producers… More
Lucky you: usually Mig's gets special offers from its suppliers after their inventory, at the beginning of the year, but this year it's... NOW !!! Just in time to stock up for Saint Nicolas or to be « early » bird for Christmas. Check out the following great offers on quality spirits.
First in,… More
A Taste of Honey
A succulent surprise from Canada: Spirit Hills from Alberta makes incredible “wines” solely out of honey. The wines are then infused with local berries or flowers. The results are very elegant beverages, guaranteed to bring a very pleasant surprise to a festive meal.
These wines can be… More
At Mig’s, for many years, we offer the “nouveau” wines from the Chasselay family, which has been making wine in this region since the 15th century! As of this Thursday we offer their two 2019 vintages: their classic Beaujolais, very fruity, easy drinking, and the cuvée “La Marduette”, made from grapes… More
Representing Gusto World, one of Mig's major suppliers, Alice will take you for a trip in the wonderful world of great wines (and a saké...) this Saturday.
Expect : « beaut » bubbles and a stunning shiraz from Australia, a succulent Junmai Gingo saké from Japan, and top-end offerings from Greece,… More
A – Armenia again !
Oh yes, wines from this country always amaze us ! This time we invite you to taste their cheaper offerings. Cheap but very cheerful !
B – Bordeaux.
On and off, Mig's has some one-shots mature Bordeaux in store. Pop in and check them out. For pics, check out our Facebook… More
Steven Shand from Wemyss Malts, a family business, will host next week’s Laugh & Learn tasting evening dedicated to the art of blending Scotch malts. Since this event is sold out, we invite you in on Saturday to taste three of these blends. Blends which prove that it’s not only… More
We may be wary of the “Made in China” label but one has to keep an open mind, which is what we try to do at Mig’s. One of our major suppliers, Frank Matthijs, has just started importing wines from this impressive land and we are keen to try it.… More
For once, Mig’s was going to organize a tasting solely without alcohol but of course it didn’t work out!! We have a new supplier of quality organic products who has a nice selection of wines without alcohol which can be tasted this Saturday. But he also has an interesting bitter,… More
Back in the USSR’s... era, Armenia had to “hide” its wine making capacities (so as not to overshadow Georgian wines) and concentrate on spirits. Now it’s catching up time and their wines really shine. Luckily, they haven’t lost their brandy distilling know-how so they make the best of both worlds: wines… More