Our online sales doesn't permit one to purchase beers & tonics for home delivery. Whilst we change that (it could take some time) you can order by mail or add these products to your online order in the comment box. Again, waiting for the changes, we cannot charge you online… More
Our webshop seems to have some bugs. Should it not work, please send your order to our email adres, email@example.com. The shop is also open again, so you are of course more than welcome.
We apologize for the inconvenience and we are working to repair it as soon as possible.
By solidarity and for economical reasons, Mig’s has remained closed since the beginning of the lockdown even though it was allowed to stay open (food sector).
However, good news: as of Monday May 4th, Mig’s will re-open at the usual hours. We will respect the cautionary measures.
The payment by card will… More
Need more wine? Here are your options this week as of Monday April 27:
- Order & pay online with home delivery
- Order online with pick-up in store every day from 11am to 7pm (payment online or in store)
- Order by email (with options of home delivery & bank transfer,… More
Due to the extension of the lockdown measures, Mig’s will remain closed for the next two weeks. HOWEVER: our online sales are booming. Don’t hesitate to order, we do home deliveries. To help you our with any queries you may have, as of Monday April 20th, someone from the staff… More
First of all, as always, my thoughts go to those of you who are suffering in one way or another from the coronavirus. I wish you the best.
In the weeks to come, we will all be needing each others’ help (as always throughout our lives). I would like our… More
My thoughts go to those of you who are victim to this terrible virus, whether in Belgium or elsewhere (Mig’s is “world”).
Apart from my family and friends, my thoughts also go to my staff (all fortunately home and safe), my suppliers, and you, my customers. I hope you are well… More
Following the government’s orders to lock down, MIg’s has no choice but to close. But let’s keep in touch, follow us on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/MigsWorldWines/) and don’t forget, you can still order directly from our website.
Please keep safe!
Following the government’s new guidelines, Mig’s will be closed the following Saturdays March 14, 21st and 28. The staff will not be present and will thus not answer either phone or emails.
Until further notice, Mig’s will remain open & at your service from Monday to Friday from 11am to… More
For the moment, Mig's is not on stand-by ! We 'll have two interesting new French organic wines to taste this Saturday...
For those seeking stronger alcohols to kill off those germs, we 'll have 40+ percent spirits to taste too.
The much awaited Domaine des Agaises Ruffus Brut Blanc de blancs & Brut « sauvage » have arrived at Mig's. We have received just a part of our allocation, the rosé and the magnums will be available in the next few months, and more stock will be available by the end of… More
This Saturday, you can indulge in a « Tour de France » in 4 laps from the 4 corners of the country :
Bordeaux : Les Vieux Moulins – Blayes Côtes de Bordeaux Sans sulfites ajoutés
The Loire Valley : Sylvain Bruneau – Saint-Nicolas-de-Bourgueil Vieilles Vignes
The Rhône Valley : Cuvée Fabre – Côtes du Rhône
Burgundy : Denis Fouquerand &… More
This Saturday we'll be tasting 4 wines of Quinta Nova de Nosse Senhora do Carmo, from the Douro valley in Portugal. The Douro is the best known wine region in Portugal, but it's mostly (if not solely) linked to the best known wine of the country: Port ! However, a whole… More
In Belgium we do Dry January in February (obviously, it’s a shorter month ;-) ) But that’s not a reason to stay clear of Mig’s. Especially this Saturday, because you’ll miss out on a tasting of delicious non-alcoholic spirits called No Ghost in a Bottle. The tasting will be hosted… More
A Japanese whisky? Yes, but not anyone: Kaiyo produces elegant whiskies aged in Mizunara oak, a rare and sought-after Japanese oak. This specific barrel-aging gives characteristic spicy and sandalwood aromas to the whisky. And to enhance the exchange between wood and whisky, the barrels travel by boat to Scotland where… More