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Jun

30

2016

Posted by Ian McFadden

Drouhin's Petits Monts is seamless, dripping with class and presented with pitch-perfect harmony. The 2013 Petits Monts is utterly beautiful. The purity and finesse is on full display. Burghound calls attention to the "beautifully refined medium-bodied flavors" and "a lovely mineral streak." 

Jun

29

2016

Posted by Ian McFadden

De Fermo lives a stone's throw away from Valentini. And the two share more than simple proximity. They make profound examples of Cerasuolo.

I love crisp, gulpable rosés, but there's the rare occasion that I taste a rosé that reminds me that the category has potential for greatness. De Fermo's did just that.

De Fermo is a relatively new producer to me, but having tasted the past two vintages of the Cerasuolo I include it amongst the most serious ones that I know. Think of producers like Simone, Cotat, Horiot, Tempier and Valentini.

Jun

28

2016

Posted by Ian McFadden

It's no secret that 2014 was an exceptional vintage for Chablis. The wines achieved the rare combination of classicism, concentration, and elegance. When you consider Dauvissat’s mastery, it’s no surprise that the 2014 Forest is simply stunning.

Jun

27

2016

Posted by Ian McFadden

In the hands of Fourrier and Jouan (and of course, the retired Jacky Truchot), Clos Sorbé is a devastingly intricate, lacey and mineral expression of red Brugundy.  

Jun

26

2016

Posted by Joe Salamone

Beurer's wines have developed a huge following at Crush. Just over a year ago we offered Beuer's 2013 GG. It was pretty amazing to watch people taste this new producer to the U.S. and then, have them come back for three or four more bottles. 

Jun

25

2016

Posted by Ian McFadden

Bertheau's wines are things of utter beauty. They are intricate, whispering and profoundly graceful. Few producers do purity and transparency as well as Bertheau

Jun

24

2016

Posted by Ian McFadden

I've had a chance to taste the wine on a few occasions and each time, the wine is even better. Gorgeous aromatics and an elegant mineral core give it an unbelievable freshness, but there's no doubt that this is a dead serious wine.

Jun

23

2016

Posted by Ian McFadden

Dauvissat's 2008 captures the Grand Cru at its absolute best. It's a dream brew. 

Jun

23

2016

Posted by Joe Salamone

Ledru's 2009 has a serious spine that provides lift and energy, a perfect complement to the vintages rounded fruit character. There's a beautiful core packed with mineral and zingy notes of ripe citrus along with floral notes.

Jun

22

2016

Posted by Joe Salamone

Tardive has long been one of our core Beaujolais and 2014 is clearly an important vintage for the wine.

The 2014s are vibrant, but they're also packed with concentration and structure. We haven't seen this combination in such balanced proportions in a long time.

Most of you know the deal with Tardive. Alain Coudert set out to make the anti-nouveau, a bottle to showcase just how complex, structured and ageworthy Beaujolais can be. He definitely proved his point - Tardives with 10 or 15 years of age can be shockingly good.

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