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The history
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Invitation to Burgundy

Yuko Matusoka Harris and Robert (Bob) Harris fell in love with Burgundy, making frequent visits there. That was when they began to get to know about and enjoy the local wines. Over the years, their passion for the terroir grew and they developed bonds with the men and women who, generation after generation, cultivate the vines and lovingly nurture their wines, in the silence and privacy of their vaulted cellars.

Yuko and Bob founded the Phoenix Wine Club to enable them to share with you their discoveries and their favourites.

However, although essential for an understanding of the essence of the Burgundy terroir, sharing its heart and culture is not quite enough to fully appreciate its wines. Therefore, the Phoenix Wine Club also provides you with the experience of a Burgundian director: Antoine Romero, a Beaune wine professional for the last 30 years.

Yuko Matusoka Harris and Robert (Bob) HarrisThe Phoenix Wine Club team invites you to a unique and convivial experience, discovering the great wines of Burgundy.


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Message from
Yuko Matsuoka Harris

Yuko Matsuoka Harris

Patron of Phoenix Wine Club

For years I shared with the children of Japan my passion for the magic world of Harry Potter.
Now I have a chance to share with adults another magic world.
I have discovered that the passion for fine wines is shared by people from all walks of life, and that through wine we also discover culture and tradition in a way that is truly enriching – and yes, a little magical too! Nowhere is this more true than in the region of Burgundy, which I visit often with my husband.

I am delighted to be able to share our discoveries with you through our new Club – the Phoenix Wine Club..

Tasting at the Domaine Chevillon

Tasting at the Domaine Chevillon

The 'cuverie' at Hopsice de Beaune

The ‘cuverie’ at the ‘Hospices de Beaune’

Members of Japan Club of Geneva on the 'Route des Grand Crus'

Members of Japan Club of Geneva
on the ‘Route des Grand Crus’

Château de Saint-Germain

71370 Saint-Germain du Plain

Bourgogne - France

+33 (0) 3 85 42 51 75