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Rhöne and Away !
Private joke for the amateurs of Australian TV series – sorry!
Rhône: new at Mig’s, the Domaine de la Collière, a Côtes du Rhône 2006.
Away : the new discovery, Tandem, a Moroccan Syrah elaborated by a … tandem, Thalvin and Alain Graillot. Absolutely fabulous!
Plus a couple of ‘oldies but goldies’: Mitchelton Shiraz (Australia) and Blauwklippen Vineyards Selection Shiraz (South Africa)
Ah, syrah, syrah, syrah !!!


New arrival of American wines! The Frog’s Leap wines are back at last, and now we have the wines from Story Ridge Vineyards : the California and Napa cuvées which you’ll have a chance to taste this coming Saturday, as well as another of our famous bin ends, a Bulgarian wine, the Maximinus Thrax, 100% cabernet sauvignon.
Cheers! See you Saturday!


More! More! More! Bin ends galore! Our suppliers want to make room for new vintages, so these are great opportunities to find matured wines for a good price. This Saturday 23 February we’ll have a Barbera d’Asti (Gaitu), a Ribera del Duero (Martin Berdugo), an Australian Shiraz (Tyrell’s), an Australian Verdelho (Tyrell’s) and a Sicilian white to taste, all ready to drink, all under 10.00 €! Don’t miss out! See you! Cheers!


Attention ! Champagne is victim of its success and the prices are flying: the superb Bollys have already gone up the ladder at the beginning of this year. However!!! Mig’s has stashed up a small war treasure and is still offering it at the old price. Judge for yourself:

Prix 2007 Prix 2008
Spécial Cuvée
38.70 43.50
Grande Année
78.00 86.00
RD ‘96
118.00 150.00
Vieilles Vignes Françaises
390.00 450.00
The stock is very limited, so first come first served! Also available: the 2003 by Bollinger, complex and refined.

To be tasted this Saturday
• New additions from Portugal: Prova tinto, Infantado red and Infantado Porto Branco
• Another bin end: a cheap and cheerful Rubin 2004 from Bulgaria at 4.50 € a bottle. Lightly spicy and fruity.


This Saturday's (9 February) tasting: "USA Super Saturday"!
New wines from Napa & superb discoveries from Sonoma:

- The Hess Collection: Su'skol Vineyard Napa Valley Chardonnay and Mount Veeder Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon
- Seghesio: Russian River Valley Arneis, Sonoma County Zinfandel and Dry Creek Valley Cortina Zinfandel
"Vote" for any of these wines & you'll get the best from the US!


At Mig’s, you can even taste the bin ends! Some of our suppliers have made us very good offers: it’s for you to take advantage of! But don’t forget: first come first serve, most wines are in very limited quantity!

Free tasting as usual all day Saturday 2 February. See you here!


Hello, Hello, Hello, Mig’s is finally coming out of its early January lethargy and hibernation! We wish you (better late than never) a wonderful 2008: may this year be filled with all kinds of discoveries; we’ll take care of the oenological ones!
Let’s finish this month and start this new year by a great discovery: this Saturday, the winemaker from Petaluma (Coonawarra, Australia) will be behind the counter at Mig’s and will let you taste not only the actual range of wines commercialized in Belgium:
- Croser Sparkling Brut
- Petaluma Riesling
- Petaluma Chardonnay
- Petaluma Coonawarra unfiltered (cab/merlot)
- Petaluma Shiraz (a first at Mig’s)
...but also a few re-releases, that is, old vintages from their own cellar. So, come and experience not only the talent and generosity of Andrew Hardy, but also the ageing capacity of these great wines from Down Under:
So, be here: Saturday 26 January from 11am to 7pm
43, Chaussée de Charleroi, 1060 Brussels
As usual, it’s free and everybody’s welcome!


This Saturday 1st December a new country is added to Mig’s (long) list: Moldavia! Cheap and cheerful wines: we’re still waiting for typical local varietals, but we’ll start with both a crisp and lively sauvignon blanc and a fruity cabernet sauvignon.
A little surprise will be added to that, some other novelty still to be chosen! We’re waiting for a Portuguese sparkling, so maybe…?!
And, please make a note in your agendas of the following exceptional tastings. On 8th December, we’ll be hosting a vertical tasting of various old vintages of the Petaluma Coonawarra. This wonderful cabernet/merlot from the famous region of Coonawarra (Australia) is elaborated by Brian Croser, the instigator of the “Distinguishes Wine Sites” of Australia, the unconditional promoter of terroir wines from his country. Exceptionally -and the one and only for all of Belgium-, Mig’s can offer you in small quantities the vintages 1990, 1991, 1996 and 1998, as well as the current vintage which is 2002. Directly from the Petaluma cellars, this is a great opportunity to taste mature Australian wines and to prove that these wines can certainly age as well as French wines!
On 15th December, we’ll be tasting bubbles! From Australia (Thomas Mitchell), Argentina (Santa Julia), USA (Argyle) and France (Forget-Brimont), sparkling wines for your parties ! Our range of Forget-Brimont now extends to their demi-sec, rosé and Blanc de Blanc (in small quantities). The Brut is also available in magnums and ½ bottles.


Program of the tasting of this Saturday 24th of November: new wines from New Zealand! The complete range from Waimea Estate (Nelson): the first labels, Spinyback sauvignon blanc, pinot gris and cabernet franc and the superior ones, Waimea sauvignon blanc and pinot noir. The latter is to be discovered with no delay, the price (14.50 €) is incredibly low for such a crisp and tasty wine, filled with flavors of cherries and a bit of smoke. Absolutely delicious!
Other piece of interesting news: Mig’s continues to enlarge its offer of Belgian beers. Now we stock: la Chouffe, Kriek Oude Beersel, Oerbier, Quintine blonde, Trappistes Rochefort and the strongest beer from Belgium, the Bush (it’s not a joke – it’s a pun from Brasserie Dubuisson)! AAAAhhhhh, if only our Belgian politicians were as good as our beers – diversity is our wealth!


The Beaujolais Nouveau arrives this week! Once again, we are very pleased to offer you one of the best Beaujolais Nouveau, an organic and non filtered one, from Jean-Gilles Chasselay. He makes two different ones, the first that’s called very simply ”Ma Cuvée” and the one made from old vines, named “La Marduette”. To be tasted from Thursday until Saturday.
For our usual Saturday tasting, apart from the Beaujolais Nouveau, we’ll honor this week the Thanksgiving festivities that are coming up! We’ve chosen three American wines that will go well with the turkey and cranberry sauce: a rich and creamy chardonnay , the Columbia Crest Grand Estates, a pinot noir from Oregon , the Argyle pinot noir and of course a juicy zinfandel the Bogle ‘Old Vines’. Cheers !


From now until Christmas, each of our Saturday tastings will offer a nice alcohol as well as the usual three or four bottles of wine. We’ll start with rum this coming Saturday, the Matusalem Gran Reserva, originally from Cuba, and now located in the Dominican Republic.
We’ll also taste, or re-taste for some of you, a white wine from Slovenia, the Movia Vila Marija Pinot Grigio 2006, a spicy red from Chile De Martino Legado Syrah 2004 and a red from Australia Tscharke’s Only Son 2005 , a rich and unctuous 100% tempranillo from Barossa Valley.


This week Mig's is celebrating the Springboks' victory in the Rugby World Cup with an overview of South Africa's benchmark varietal, the pinotage! We'll be tasting:
- Oude Kaap pinotage
- Southern Right pinotage
- Clos Malverne pinotage
- Kanonkop pinotage

The latter, vintage 2004, has received a Double Gold Veritas Award in 2006! Quite an accomplishment. This tasting will be a wonderful way of comparing wines from the same varietal and defining the characteristics of this intriguing grape.

And don't forget: the final countdown has started, only one more week until our big annual event, our Wine Marathon taking place on November 1st. Details below. We're also proud to have a great new neighbour: the Wasabi Sushi Lounge has -at last- opened its doors, just in time for us to spread over there on our Open Door Day! You'll thus have a chance to peek in on this classy new restaurant!

C U! Cheers!




Thursday 1st November from 14H00 to 19H00

At Mig’s World Wines & neighbours::
• Wasabi Sushi Lounge (Chaussée de Charleroi 41)
• Le Premier Comptoir Noï (Chaussée de Charleroi 39)

11 stands held by our importers:

1. « Bolly Wood »
Horizontal tasting of Bollinger presented by Cinoco : Bollinger Spéciale Cuvée, Bollinger Grande Année ’99, Bollinger R.D ‘96.

2. « Kiwi & Sushi »
Sauvignons blancs from Marlborough (New-Zealand) and sushi tasting : Cloudy Bay 2006, Isabel 2005 et Lawson’s Dry Hills 2006.

3. « Dynamic Organic »
Organic and biodynamic world wines from Matthys Wijnimport, presented by Jérôme Van der Putt, the « bioman » author of Vin Bio – Mode d’emploi: Rippon Osteiner 2006 (N.Z.), Grüner Veltliner Nikolaihof 2005 (Austria), Vila Marija Pinot Grigio 2006 (Slovenia), Terra Organica Malbec 2006 (Argentina), Reyneke Pinotage 2004 (South Africa), Cullen Mangan 2004 (Australia), Clos Montirius 2004 (Vacqueyras, France).

4. « Latino »
Wines from Chile & Argentina d’Intervinos : Don David Torrontes 2006, Candela Viognier 2006, Santa Ema cabernet sauvignon 2005, Amplus cabernet sauvignon 2005, De Martino Legado Syrah, Nicola Catena Zapata 2003

5. « Fine Food & Wines from Aus »
Australian wines –horizontal tasting from Grant Burge : Barossa Vines chardonnay 2006, Zerck sémillon 2004, Oakland cab/shiraz 2005, Hillcot Merlot 2003, Filsell Shiraz 2003, Abednego GSM 2002, Tawny 10 years.
+ Outback mustards, sauces, and jams …etc from Australian Fine Wines

6. « Go East »
Wines from Bulgaria presented by Texavino: Slavyantsi Riesling 2005, Tsar Assen cabernet sauvignon 2004, Maximinus Thrax Cab/Rubin 2003, Enira 2005
& Wines from Georgia presented by Belra : Tbilvino Tsinandali 2004, Telavi Wine Cellar Kondoli 2001, Mukuzani 2004 and Kindzmarauli 2005.

7. « Top of Italia »
Wines from Trentino : horizontal tastin of Longariva wines imported by Vinissimo, and presented by Marco Manica winemaker (Graminè 2005, Le Pergole 2005, Tovi 2002, Tre Cesure 2006, Zinzèle 2000, Duos Montes 2005, Quartella)

8. « Red Stripe »
Wines from Australia – horizontal tasting of D’Arenberg wines presented by Gusto World : Peppermint Paddock, Money Spider 2006, Last Ditch 2005, D’Arrys Original 2004, Derelict Vineyard 2003, Dead Arm Shiraz 2004.

9. « Hungary & Thirsty »
Wines from Hungary presented by Global Wineries: Nyakas Irsai Oliver 2006, Chapel Hill pinot noir 2005, Gal Tibor Egri Bikaver 2004, Hetzölö Tokaji 6 puttonyos
& Aussie beers : Coopers Pale Ale, Sparkling Ale and Extra Stout.

10. « Belgium 10 Points !»
The complete range of Vins de fruits des Vins de Roisin, accompanied by terrines, confitures et confits, et présentée par Ludovic Boucart propriétaire/maître de chai.

11. « That’s the Spirit ! »
Beaux alcools de chez Premium Spirits : F. Meyer Marc de Gewurztraminer, Tequila Herradura Anejo, Rhum Matusalem Gran Reserva, Calvados Lemorton 10 ans, Gin Hendricks, 6 Whiskies différents encore à déterminer (dont 1 Irlandais et 1 Américain)

Mig’s World Wines’ will use MIKASA tasting glasses during its Open Door Day.


Miguel is having a ball in Chile and Argentina! In honour of the vineyards who have welcomed him with open arms, open bottles and plates full of delicious food, we're having a Follow Mig's tasting on both Saturday 13th of October and Saturday 20th of October. Here's the program:

On the 13th: CHILE - Chilean cab & car

- Casa Donoso 1810 (carmenère/cabernet sauvignon)
- Viña Santa Emma Amplus (cabernet sauvignon)
- Viña De Martino Reserva de Famiglia (Cabernet sauvignon)

On the 20th: ARGENTINA - Malbec and viognier from Mendoza

- Candela viognier
- Zuccardi Terra Organica Malbec
- Zuccardi Q malbec
- Catena malbec

Don't miss out! They're going to be quite nice tastings!


This Saturday 6 October, we'll be introducing 2 new wines from the Woodhouse Estate in Australia (New South Wales): their sémillon/sauvignon blanc and their merlot. Looking for cheap and cheerful? Look no further!

Also, a new French wine for a change!: from the Graves region (Bordeaux), the delicious La Tour des Remparts.

Cheers! See you!