2010 marks a point where Clos des Lambrays hit a new level.The Clos des Lambrays has a storied past - the 1949 is one of the legends of the Côte d'Or.
G.B. Burlotto has seemingly come out of nowhere to challenge some of the most well-known and august names of the region for quality wines.No winery in the region is as much on the lips of the sommeliers and Piedmont aficionados looking for strong value as this one.
The 2013 offers the finesse, the vividness and the texture that we love about our favorite vintages of Foillard's Côte du Py. 2013 shares the snap and fresh transparency of vintages like 2010 and 2007. It's in these fairly cool vintages that Foillard produces the wines that...
After a series of riper, more powerful vintages of Dom Pérignon Rosé (00, 02 and 03), 2004 marks a return to absolutely beautiful proportions. It's about subtle precision, purity, and tension with intensity. 2004 presents the impeccably judged detail and quiet regal elegance...
2010 is a vintage that synced up perfectly with Costanti's style. Costanti is all about a pristine, slow to evolve, classical expression of Brunello. This is exactly how I like my Brunellos.
This may be the heaviest-hitting sale list of Burgundy that I've ever put together. As we head into La Paulée weekend, I wanted to present a really impressive list. You have everything from Bachelet Côtes de Nuits Villages to DRC Richebourg.
Josko Gravner is perhaps the most provocative and influential winemaker in Italy's Friuli region. In his I'll Drink to That! interview he recounts his journey from his family's farm to becoming the relentlessly reflective iconoclast he is today.
Today, we present a range of wines from all over the world except from Burgundy, all at the sharpest prices. You'll have to wait until tomorrow for the lowest prices on Burgundy.