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Mar

31

2015

Posted by Ian McFadden

In the know Burgundy fanatics have been deeply impressed by what's happening at Hudelot-Noëllat. Charles Van Canneyt arrived on at the domaine and catapulted the estate to a whole new level of quality. They have become some of the most sought Burgundies. 

Mar

30

2015

Posted by Ian McFadden

A few weeks ago, I was absolutely shocked by a bottle of 2006 Dujac Luisants Blanc. It was one of the greatest '06 White Burgs that I've tasted.

As usually happens, that bottle sent me on a tasting (and buying) frenzy. My biggest takeaway was that I'd neglected Dujac's whites for far too long. These should not be slept on.

Mar

26

2015

Posted by Ian McFadden

To focus only on how packed and powerful Clos des Epeneaux is would miss a key component. With time, it's capable of heartbreaking elegance. For all of its muscle, as Clos des Epeneaux evolves, an emphatic silken element emerges. 

Mar

25

2015

Posted by Ian McFadden

Colin-Morey's 2011s are just stunning. Pierre-Yves himself said that the 2011 is notable for its balance. It's a sort of elusive descriptor, but within that delicate equilibrium lies the vintage's clear fruit, harnessed with intense minerality, richness, and vigor that are all, yes, perfectly balanced.

Mar

24

2015

Posted by Ian McFadden

The 1990 R.D. has long been one of my favorite relatively recent releases. It's only grown more so with post-disgorgement aging. The depth and nuance have really flourished since its release. The 1990 shows the toasty, nuttiness of its long lees aging married to a dazzling minerality with hints of burnt citrus, vibrant minerality and touches of exoticism. 

Mar

23

2015

Posted by Joe Salamone

A bottle of Vignes de Mon Père can easily quiet a room of seasoned wine drinkers.

Vignes de Mon Père is one of Ganevat's most limited wines.

Mar

23

2015

Posted by Ian McFadden

Bachelet's Gevrey VV is exceptional, in the greatest sense of the word.

If I had to pick one bottling from Denis Bachelet, it would be Gevrey-Chambertin Vieilles Vignes. His Charmes is, for us, without a doubt the best Charmes out there, but considering both quality and value, I'd have to go with Gevrey VV.

Mar

22

2015

Posted by Joe Salamone

En Remont produces a very high energy, piercing expression of Fleurie. Its lightness seems to be the perfect vehicle to transport the floral, dark-fruited and stony mineral notes. Cayenne is the most expressive and outright delicious wine of her 2013 range. It carries a tension-filled granite minerality with dark fruits and loads of bright violet notes. For all of its incisiveness, the texture of the wine is beguiling. 

Mar

21

2015

Posted by Joe Salamone

Few growers in Champagne command as much respect as Raphaël Bérèche. And few have been as quick to earn that respect.

Raphaël Bérèche joined his family's domaine about a decade ago and swiftly established himself as one of the region's most talented young growers

Mar

20

2015

Posted by Ian McFadden

The 1er Cru Les Amoureuses is Grand Cru in all but name. Bertheau's captures this site with a unique purity and soulfulness.

As is often the case with Burgundy, tracking down Bertheau's Amoureuses is very difficult. He only has 0.32ha in this sought after 1er Cru.

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