The creation of our products
Our soil is the permanent relationship that we maintain with winegrowers – we ourselves have “a foot in the vineyard” – oenologists and … (very) enlightened amateurs. Un produit qui sert une fonction mais dont les matériaux sont pauvres et le design quelconque ne “donne pas envie “. Neither is a product that serves a […]
The Nomad Collection, Timeless Wine Tool Cases (Limited Edition)
Discover L’Atelier du Vin’s Nomad collection, genuine leather wine tool kits to keep your accessories safe and accompany you to vineyards around the world. The sturdy, custom-made cases, handcrafted in Italy, perfectly encase your corkscrews, foil cutters, pourers, pliers and champagne corks. The Nomad collection is a limited edition, so each model is unique. Sturdy […]
Storied History of L’Atelier du Vin Wine Opener and Upcoming Products
L’Atelier du Vin, French for “the wine workshop,” has been creating unique wine tools since the 1920s. Famously known for the Bilame, their tin-blade cork puller, L’Atelier du Vin makes a range of corkscrews and collectors sets that are available on the Coravin marketplace.
What is the Impact of Frost on France’s 2021 Vintages?
The 2021 vintage is a cause of great concern for French winemakers in a number of regions. In early April, a terrible wave of frost of a rare magnitude, hit France’s vineyards. Which ones were the worst hit ? Which wineries were spared? L’Atelier du Vin takes stock of this devastating icy spell and its consequences […]
Why does one drink Champagne to celebrate?
This period was one of new fortunes and some extravagant behaviour. Sparkling champagne, because of its visibly different and mobile nature (the bubbles), and perhaps also for the rapid effect of “euphoria” it produced on those who drank it, was an ideal drink for such consumers. It was different and amusing. The same was […]