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May

29

2016

Posted by Joe Salamone

When it comes to classically styled Côte-Rôtie, Jamet is the name to know. The wines have an ultra-fine texture, pinpoint detail and vivid clarity.

The '98 was a perfect platform to showcase this style. It's a vintage that we love across the Northern Rhône. The 1998 vintage offers plenty of concentration along with a nice acid structure and vivid minerality. With age, the quality of the vintage has only become more apparent.

May

28

2016

Posted by Joe Salamone

Equipo Navazos released their first wine just over ten years ago. In no time, they made people realize how great sherry can be.

At the start, there were no commercial ambitions. It was simply a group of sherry-obsessed friends who wanted to get their hands on some incredible Amontillado that they had stumbled upon in a bodega.

Before long word was out on the superlative sherries that they were unearthing and they soon became some of the most exciting wines out there. The people behind the La Bota series know sherry backwards and forwards. They presented the world with some of sherry's treasures. Wines that were lost in bodegas.

May

27

2016

Posted by Ian McFadden

I've been sitting on this parcel of 2010 Charmes-Chambertin for a while.

Even when you factor in how great 2010 was in Burgundy, what Dujac turned out is extraordinary.


Out of the entire line-up, the Charmes was likely the most eye-opening for me.

For me, 2010 marked a major turning point for Dujac's Charmes. Please don't misunderstand me: I've always liked the wine, but the 2010 reached a level that shocked me. The 2010 Charmes shows a level of structure and complexity that puts it at the level of Bachelet's Charmes, which comes close to existing on its own plane.

May

26

2016

Posted by Joe Salamone

Brézé is holy ground for Chenin Blanc.

For many of us, this was made obvious by Clos Rougeard. But this is a truth that's been known for centuries. Brézé is one of the Loire's "Grand Crus."

Recently, the Brézé bottling from Romain Guiberteau has been stealing the spotlight. The wine is snapped up by 3-star restaurants in France and the small amount that hits the U.S. quickly disappears.

May

25

2016

Posted by Joe Salamone

There's no doubt that Les Mémoires stands as one of the Loire's grandest examples of Cabernet Franc, boasting a startling depth, sophistication and old vine complexity. 

May

25

2016

Posted by Ian McFadden

Bertheau nails the textbook qualities of Chambolle in a way that's rare for a village wine. This is especially true of the 2014. In this vintage, the Chambolle crackles with energy and is bursting with perfume and mineral-tinged red fruit, all backed by a silken texture. 

May

24

2016

Posted by Ian McFadden

There's no doubt that Pierre-Yves Colin is making some of the most compelling White Burgundies around. He's mentioned in the same breath as Coche-Dury and Roulot. 

May

23

2016

Posted by Ian McFadden

For years, these wines were one of the great secrets of Burgundy. The story is that they are made by none other than Laurent Ponsot through a métayage agreement. In short, Ponsot makes the wine from Chezeaux's land, and in return Chezeaux gets two-thirds of the production, which he bottles under his own label.

May

23

2016

Posted by Joe Salamone

Wherever you turn, you'll hear essentially the same thing: in 2014, Adam produced some of the greatest wines in the Mosel and some of the best wines in the estate's history.

May

22

2016

Posted by Ian McFadden

These are captivating, deeply textural and racy Chablis. Tasting them for the first time, you immediately stop and take notice.

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