CLIMATE CHANGE - OLD VINTAGES - OLD AUSSIES 05/02/2019
@Mig’s we haven’t waited until schoolgirls, boys and many other citizens have walked the streets of Brussels to seriously do our bit to combat climate change and thus waste the less we can. We recycle our empty bottles, corks, cartons, palettes, etc…
We also have recycled or recyclable paper bags and cardboard gift boxes. Also, our tote bag is organic fair trade.
As customers, more and more of you are coming with your own bags, and that’s a good thing.
Finally, Mig’s will, from now on, always ask a small charge for all carry bags and gift boxes – single bottle wrapping and recycled empty wine cartons will always be free of charge.
Thanks for your help to save the planet.
Every so often, we come across old vintages of wine, in very small quantities. We have just received the following :
- Rieussec 1er Grand Cru Classé Sauternes 1980 & 1981 (8 bottles)
- Porto Noval LBV 1971 (just a singel bottle)
- Château d’Yquem 1950 (also one bottle !)
First in, first served !
Mig’s oldest daughter uncorked a magnum of d’Arenberg d’Arry’s Original 2005 this weekend. It was absolutely delicious. Smooth and beautifully balanced. Contrary to what many people still believe, “New World” wines can also age gracefully when they come from quality estates. Pop in this Saturday and taste current vintage of d’Arry’s original, knowing you can drink it now or lie down in your cellar for more than a decade.