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Jul

28

2014

Posted by Ian McFadden

Few, if any producers, have supplied me with as many stunning bottles of White Burgundy as Ramonet.

For decades, Ramonet, along with Coche-Dury and Leflaive, has represented the absolute pinnacle of White Burgundy.

Jul

27

2014

Posted by Joe Salamone

The headliner for both of these is their chalky cut followed up by citrus zest and emphatic saline tang. Zehnkommanull kicks the fineness and concentration level up, but the extra complexity is delivered with a whisper-like subtlety.

Jul

26

2014

Posted by Ian McFadden

Many of the wines on offer today are things that I never get to offer - wines like Rousseau, Roumier Cras, Fourrier CSJ, d'Angerville Ducs mags. 

Jul

23

2014

Posted by Joe Salamone

The Dönnhoff 2013 represents blazing acidity married to high extracts and modest, old-school ripeness levels. The wines reach a brilliant equilibrium. 

Jul

22

2014

Posted by Ian McFadden

This is only Vallin's second year in production, and the improvement from year one to two is impressive—especially given how much we liked it the first time around. That first year, this was eye-opening, an example of a game changing new guard in California. Now that they're more established, this is just really fantastic wine.

Jul

21

2014

Posted by Ian McFadden

In 2011, Chave's St. Joseph has reached a whole new level. We've been fans of St. Joseph for many years, but the 2011 is special.

Jul

19

2014

Posted by Ian McFadden

D'Angerville's 2011 has been one of my favorites since I tasted them a year ago. The more I taste them the more I'm convinced that they are some of the greatest success stories of the vintage.

 

Jul

18

2014

Posted by Ian McFadden

The range of mags on offer today encompasses Fevre's overachieving 1er Cru Vaulorent to Dauvissat's Grand Cru Les Clos and points between.

Jul

16

2014

Posted by Joe Salamone

Dutraive's Fleurie Grand’Cour VV is Fleurie with muscle. Think Fleurie by way of Gevrey. Fleurie is known for being feminine and floral, and there's florality for sure. To that, though, add a dose of brawn. Overall, Grand’Cour VV introduces a new range of textures and flavors for the appellation. 

Jul

15

2014

Posted by Ian McFadden

2011 has all the markings of vintages of Allemand that we love. These are the vintages that Allemand renders with a heartbreaking fine-ness, with a delicately etched crushed rock minerality and rigorous acid spine.

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