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Grace and Understatement:
2020 Jouan Morey St. Denis 1er Cru Clos Sorbé

Clos Sorbé gets to the beating heart of the domaine like no other wine in the incredibly strong lineup does.

"A wine of sublime delicacy and finesse... simply magnificent."
2009 Roederer Cristal Rosé

In short, it is one of Champagne's greatest wines. Cristal Rosé delivers a jaw-dropping finesse, length, and intricate laciness.

Crush Wine of the Year:
2020 Colin-Morey Chassagne-Montrachet 1er Cru Abbaye de Morgeot Cuvee Clement Emma

Ever since Ian returned from Burgundy last February raving about the 2020 white Burgundies, we've been aggressively seeking the wines out. It is among the best white Burgundy vintages that I've tasted in my thirty years of collecting. 

Our Go-To Champagne Value:
Laherte Frères Ultradition Blanc de Blancs Brut NV

Simply put, Ultradition is an irresistible Champagne that delivers serious value. It's an accessible Champagne, but also one of incredible balance and interest.

Utterly Magical:
Selosse Brut Rosé

The magic of the rosé is how it combines a penetrating minerality wrapped around a rich, layered complexity. The two are seamlessly integrated. Ultimately, it's this balancing act that makes the wine so thrilling.

"An understated wine of class and grace"
2020 Roulot Meursault 1er Cru Clos des Bouchères

Clos des Bouchères is a thrilling wine combining explosive power with a cool precision and intricate delicacy.

Wine of the Year #2: Ian's Pick
2019 Berthaut-Gerbet Bourgogne - Hautes Côtes de Nuits

Without a doubt, Berthaut-Gerbet's 2019 Bourgogne - Hautes Côtes de Nuits is the greatest red Burgundy value that I've encountered in many years. 

Wine of the Year #1: Joe's Pick
2021 Schäfer-Fröhlich Felseneck Grosses Gewächs

Before Tim Fröhlich put the steep blue slate Felseneck vineyard on the map, it was totally off the radar. Today, some of Germany's best dry Rieslings originate from the site and under Tim Fröhlich's watchful eye.

"Terrific concentration and cut"
2019 Lafon Meursault 1er Cru Les Charmes

As is often the case, the 1er Cru Charmes represents a high point of the collection. Along with Genevrières and Perrières, Charmes is one of Meursault's great sites. Lafon's Charmes is the benchmark.

The Cult Meunier:
Prévost Les Béguines Extra Brut (2020)

There are no Champagnes that we want to drink more than Prévost's. It's clear that we're not alone. Every time we offer Prévost, there's a rush of orders followed by a steady stream of people coming back for more.

One Night Only:
Casa Dragones Joven & Custom, Handwritten Calligraphy

Thursday, December 15th, from 4 PM to 7 PM, Crush will host a special Casa Dragones pop-up offering complimentary calligraphy.

Greatness, Elevated: No Monfortino, Only Francia:
2018 Giacomo Conterno Barolo Cascina Francia

Francia is always a stunning wine. However, in these years, it reaches a level of nuance and ageability that's truly remarkable.

Hauntingly Delicate, Seriously Intense:
Singular Sherry Vinegar From La Bota

This is an incredibly concentrated and intense vinegar that's intended to be used in drops. It brings a haunting complexity when used to finish braises. When used judiciously, it brings an incredible amount of depth to dishes along with the soaring aromatics that you would expect.

White Burgundy Sweet Spot:
2019 Leflaive Puligny-Montrachet 1er Cru Les Combettes

The wines have showstopping elegance, incredible complexity, and serious cut and structure. The total package is jaw-dropping.

A Star is Born:
2020 Lukas Hammelmann Riesling Roter Berg Grand Cru Dry

The incisive and forceful wines of the young Lukas Hammelmann are brilliant, even groundbreaking.

40 Cases Produced - A Tour-De-Force Champagne:
Bazin Blanc de Blancs "l'Ettonante"

In the end, the depth and complexity of the palate presents something that's just beyond reach - something that you just can't get to the bottom of. 

Red Burgundy:
D'Angerville, Arnoux-Lachaux, Bachelet, Barthod, Fourrier, Lafarge, Mugneret-Gibourg, Rousseau & More

Free Tasting - The Extraordinary Champagnes of Éric Rodez:
Wednesday, December 7th, 5 pm-7 pm

Utterly Captivating: Back-Vintage Conterno:
2006 Conterno Barolo Cascina Francia

In 2006, Cascina Francia offers up precise and classical Nebbiolo scents and flavors with freshness and structure backed by a punchy intensity. It isn't shy in the power department, but also struts the breeding and finesse. The grandeur and architecture of the wine is amazing.

"The airy finesse is simply stunning"
2020 Willi Schaefer Graacher Domprobst Kabinett

The 2020's pristine clarity and incredible harmony promises that it will age beautifully. Schaefer's wines are some of the most consistent that we know. Still, when they nail a vintage watch out - the results are stunning. 

The Oldest of the Old School, Part Two:
2010 Bel Air Marquis d'Aligre

These are profoundly eye-opening wines that remind you that Bordeaux is capable of haunting nuance, delicacy, and a whispering complexity. Don't miss the 2010. It is poised to be one of the greats of this unyielding traditionalist. 

"This is absolutely superb"
2020 D'Angerville Volnay 1er Cru Taillepieds

Taillepieds is one of d'Angerville's wines that people get obsessed with. There's a group of people who hold Taillepieds even more dear than Ducs.

Rare and Limited:
2015 Chartogne-Taillet Hors Série Extra Brut

For quite some time, Chartogne-Taillet has been among the most exciting addresses in Champagne.

"I have never had a Hubacker at such a high level."
2019 Keller Hubacker Grosses Gewächs

The 2019 Hubacker possesses a level of elegance that we've never seen before, along with an explosive mid-palate. It has incredible purity, precision, and class.

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