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Mar

03

2015

Posted by Robert Schagrin

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 that I always look for in Dom Pérignon.

Mar

02

2015

Posted by Ian McFadden

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. 

Feb

27

2015

Posted by Robert Schagrin

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. 

Feb

26

2015

Posted by Joe Salamone

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.

Feb

26

2015

Posted by Robert Schagrin

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. 

Feb

25

2015

Posted by Ian McFadden

As you can imagine, the 2012 Clos de la Maréchale is a very serious expression of the 1er Cru. The site is amplified in a big way. It's intensely soil-inflected with floral and spice notes. There's a crazy punch and concentration to the wines with a deeply etched detail. 

Feb

24

2015

Posted by Ian McFadden

Chave's 2012 Hermitage takes these vintage characteristics and adds a stern mineral backbone and epic scale. This is as good as the vintage gets. As all great Chave's do, the 2012 delivers regal grandeur with a refined elegance. There may very well be no Syrah on the planet that packs such complexity into a harmonious, subtle whole. 

Feb

23

2015

Posted by Ian McFadden

The 2012 is a particularly intense and complex example of this consistently over-achieving bottle. Burghound sums it up well, "This offers excellent complexity and the mid-palate concentration is impressive. A terrific villages." The 2012 is particularly clear and blatant in its expression of Gevrey's soil-infected minerality.

Feb

22

2015

Posted by Joe Salamone

Both wines are all about their minerality. Anything else merely serves as an accent. There's a kinetic, chalky textured energy to them that's lovely. Of the two vintages, 2012 shows a more sculpted and denser profile. The 2010 is starting to show some of the complexity that age brings. It's also agile and delivers the minerality that I keep harping on in a very luminous way. 

Feb

21

2015

Posted by Ian McFadden

The 2012 Renaissance is one of the great surprises of the vintage. We buy this bottling every year, but I'm not sure that we've seen a vintage that has succeeded like this one. 

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