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May

02

2016

Posted by Ian McFadden

Pertimali's 2010 Brunello seems to tease out every ounce of aromatic complexity from the Sangiovese Grosso grape. The aromatics soar with a sense of detail, harmony and lift. Think of smoke, fresh black cherry, flowers, spice, incense and minerals all wrapped around an elegant, bright core.

May

01

2016

Posted by Joe Salamone

In it's debut vintage, Schloss Lieser is already killing it with this site. The Wine Advocate's Stephan Reinhardt, singled it out as one of the best Kabinetts that he tasted in 2014.

Apr

30

2016

Posted by Ian McFadden

Coche-Dury's Meursault may very well be the greatest village wine on earth. There are Grand Crus that it puts to shame. 

Apr

29

2016

Posted by Ian McFadden

There's everything from mags of Rousseau Clos St. Jacques to double-magnums of Fourrier's Champeaux. I don't get to put offers like this together very often. 

Apr

28

2016

Posted by Joe Salamone

Jamet's 2013 Côte-Rôtie will emerge as one of the top wines of the vintage in the years and decades to come. Frankly, that' usually how it works out with Jamet, especially in higher acid vintages. 

Apr

27

2016

Posted by Joe Salamone

Ever since we opened a bottle of 1996 Rocce Rosse at a staff tasting eight years ago, the wine has been a staff favorite. The 2002 Rocce Rosse is such a beautiful edition of the wine that we couldn't resist offering magnums. It's just entering its drinking window and has many years ahead of it. 

Apr

27

2016

Posted by Ian McFadden

Agrapart's are some of the most refined Chardonnays to be found in the Côte des Blancs. For all of their class and impeccable breeding, they also come across as undeniably honest expressions of terroir. The differences between their Minéral, L’Avizoise and Vénus cuvées are striking. In the case of Vénus, it's laser in its focus and yet it's profoundly complex with subtle stone fruits, mineral and floral notes seamlessly intermingling. Peter Liem sums up the 2008 perfectly when he writes about the "palate-staining intensity and a jewel-like precision."

Apr

26

2016

Posted by Joe Salamone

3.14 is one of Beaujolais' most legendary and rarest bottles. It has taken a lot of work to put this offer together. The wine is only made in special vintages and is always produced in very small quantities.

Foillard's 3.14 is one of our favorite bottles in all of Beaujolais and since none was produced in 2011 and 2012, we've been anticipating this release for some time.

Apr

24

2016

Posted by Joe Salamone

Both Chenins are riveting. They deliver richness and impact married to class, precision and a nuanced delicacy. As you might guess, the Charpentrie boasts more density and complexity due to its old vine origins. The Saumur Blanc is a serious bottle that crackles across the palate with mineral elegance.

Apr

23

2016

Posted by Joe Salamone

Rupestris is soulful with an elusive depth of earth, mushrooms, stones and bruised herbs. For all its brawn, it's the layers of flower, dark fruit and soil that define Rupestris.

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