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Feb

14

2016

Posted by Ian McFadden

It would definitely be a myopic point of view, but you could argue that Colin-Morey's St. Aubins are the definiting wines of the domaine. 

Feb

13

2016

Posted by Ian McFadden

For me, Chevillon has a place alongside iconic producers like d'Angerville, Lafarge, Mugneret-Gibourg, etc. To be frank, it took me a few years in the business to get how amazing Chevillon can be. 

Feb

12

2016

Posted by Ian McFadden

The list of Barolos covers everything from Sandrone and Aldo Conterno to Giuseppe Mascarello and Burlutto. There's a good amount from the heralded 2010 vintage and the 2011s represent the vintage at its best.

Feb

11

2016

Posted by Ian McFadden

Agrapart's Champagne's have been an obsession for us.

Judging by the response to our offer on '08 Minéral last August, many people share this with us. Taste Agrapart and you immediately understand why. Pascal and Fabrice Agrapart are masters of terroir.

When I was lucky enough to find a second parcel of Agrapart's Minéral, I jumped all over it. The fact that it's so sharply priced only sweetens things. In any vintage, Minéral is an absolutely brilliant bottle of Champagne. In 2008, it's simply stunning.

Feb

10

2016

Posted by Ian McFadden

2012 is a blockbuster edition of Sassicaia. It's the total package with saturating intensity and aristocratic stature. The wine assumes a breathtaking scale, delivering dark fruits, spice, cedar and other savory dimensions. This is simply a monumental edition of this wine. 

Feb

09

2016

Posted by Joe Salamone

Schaefer produced a beautiful range of 2014s, but that range is very limited in terms of availability. With only 4ha and a huge following, Schaefer is never in good supply, but 2014 is ugly.

The Schaefers did ruthless selections through the vineyards. A large amount of wine went into estate bottlings, the small amount of Domprobst Spätlese produced went to auction and there was no Auslesen.

Feb

08

2016

Posted by Ian McFadden

Clape's Cornas undergoes an amazing transformation in the cellar. It evolves from being dense and powerful in its youth into something beautiful with surprising refinement.

Feb

07

2016

Posted by Joe Salamone

The Morstein vineyard is unmistakable. Its ability to render wines with staggering depth and crystalline minerality is nothing short of mind-blowing.

Of course, Klaus Peter Keller put the vineyard on the map. He issues one of the greatest dry Rieslings in Germany from the site

Feb

06

2016

Posted by Joe Salamone

We've been buying Marie-Courtin for the past handful of vintages. The Champagnes have always been compelling, but it's obvious that things have clicked into high gear in recent vintages.

The Marie-Courtin 2012 Resonance was a stand out at a recent tasting of over a dozen bottles. It's clear that Marie-Courtin's Dominique Moreau has entered the zone.

Feb

05

2016

Posted by Ian McFadden

The list covers plenty of rarities, including Fourrier and 2010 Ponsot Clos St. Denis. 

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