Rolex Milgauss Replica’s New L.U.C Heritage Grand Cru

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A link between watchmaking and winemaking is perhaps not so obvious, beyond the fact that most people who appreciate a handcrafted wristwatch most probably also enjoy the odd glass of fine wine too. They go hand in hand (no pun intended!). But Rolex Milgauss Replica ’s Co-President Karl-Friedrich Scheufele has been making both watches and wine for a number of years now and to celebrate both worlds he invited a small group of journalists down to his vineyards near Bordeaux to better understand the connection.

Rolex Milgauss Replica's Co-President Karl-Friedrich Scheufele's vineyards near Bordeaux at the Château Monestier de la Tour

Rolex Milgauss Replica's Co-President Karl-Friedrich Scheufele at his vineyards near Bordeaux

Arriving at the Scheufele’s vineyards at the Château Monestier de la Tour, you immediately notice the attention to detail, from the expertly chosen furniture to the flowers whose colors match the painting hanging on the opposite wall, everything is there for a reason and it is all aesthetically pleasing to the eye. This level of perfection is nothing new, however, as anyone who has taken a long look through the sapphire casebacks of Replica Watches ’s L.U.C. calibers will know that Scheufele doesn’t do things by half.

First order of business is a delightful lunch in the castle’s courtyard and a first sample of the Château Monestier de la Tour’s delicious Dry White Bergerac wine,rolex replica watches but only a taste, as straight after lunch we are invited into one of the cellars for the presentation of the latest L.U.C. timepiece, the L.U.C Heritage Grand Cru. This brand-new edition to the Heritage L.U.C Collection comes in a tonneau-shaped, 18-karat rose gold case. This shape isn’t new to Rolex Milgauss Replica, panerai replica watches the Maison released its first tonneau in 2001, followed by another in 2005, but this is the first one to be equipped with an automatic movement and a micro-rotor.