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
In honor of our colleague Jules who just got married we'll be opening sparkling wines this Saturday!
Come celebrate with us!
It's getting cooler outside, the first days of fall have arrived. Time to switch to heart-warming Malbec wines as a preview for colder days to come.
Stop by this Saturday, to get a taste and compare different great Argentinean Malbecs and a Cahors.
It's been a while now that Belgian wines have successfully invaded the shelves at Mig's…
After the enthusiasm generated last Saturday by the Brussels wines of Gudule Urban Winery, come & taste no less than 5 labels of the Domaine du Chapitre, located in Baulers (Nivelles) in Walloon Brabant: bubbles, a… More
This Saturday, Thierry Lejeune will let us taste his organic wines from the first urban wine cellar in Brussels, Gudule Winery. To put it simply, the grapes can come from anywhere and are chosen solely on the basis of their organoleptic quality. Then the wine is blended and… More
It’s not back to work @ Mig’s as we never stop (that’s how it goes when you have a great team)!
Nevertheless, we’ll be stocking new wines, beers & spirits in the weeks running up to Christmas. Stay tuned and check out our Facebook page for beer buzzes, wine warbles and… More
Every so often we get hold of great offers of older vintages. This week we’re stocking three very different goldies:
- A very classic Saint-Emilion Grand Cru. With over 10 years of bottling it’s now perfectly mature: Château Puy -Blanquet 2008 @ 17.90€.
- A very powerful, full-bodied and quite complex… More
Well not quite, global warming isn’t that rampant as to have sugar cane growing in Copenhagen! (not yet?!)
But A. H. Riise rum is distilled on the island of Saint-Thomas, part of the Virgin Islands, formerly part of the Danish Kingdom. Albert Heinrich Riise was a very creative Danish pharmacist in… More