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  • 10/19/2018 12:01:00 PM
    Daily Flash
    Super Tuscans scratch an itch, that craving we all get for something big and rich, almost new world in character, but that retains something bitter and savory, something quintessentially Italian. Super Tuscans satisfy that craving with a crowd-pleasing grandness of gesture that everyone seems to enjoy. The problem? Most Super Tuscans cost $100 and many much, much more. So, we were delighted when we discovered Sette Cieli’s Yantra, weighing in at a modest $18.99 and overdelivering on the promise of...
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  • 10/18/2018 12:01:00 PM
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    Italian cult-phenom Massa Vecchia falls within the three D category here: Distinct, Delicious and D*** hard-to-find. These wines – mesmerizing, theatrical and always unforgettable – the allocations always bring forth a circus-like pandemonium with each new release. So, the show must go on. Today we have grabbed onto another sizable chunk of the country’s minuscule allocation for you. Woefully limited (only a few cases of each are available) please submit your request as early as possible. We are proud to be offering this...
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  • 10/18/2018 12:00:00 PM
    Burgundy list
    Some wines hide in plain site. Marc Morey’s Chassagne 1er Cru En Virondots is one of them. Look at the map of Chassagne: The area I’ve circled is known generally as “La Grande Montagne.” It includes what many people consider the finest vineyards of Chassagne - 1ers La Romanée, Grandes Ruchottes and En Caillerets. There are also two other plots that are much less well know - a 1er called La Grande Montagne itself and 1er En Virondots.I can guarantee you’ve never seen En Virondots before, except from...
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  • 10/17/2018 12:01:00 PM
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    Those in the know are already hitting reply, because this wine will sell out. There are already legion fans of this iconic estate who have this release on the short list of wines to buy by the case every year; then there will be the new fans, who first dipped their toe in when we were able to offer the lowest price in the country on the 2013s. Regardless, there’s never enough of this remarkable wine. Alain Coudert’s iconic “Clos de la Roilette” is a red analogue of sorts to Marc Ollivier’s Muscadet “Clos des Briords,” offering, almost without question, the finest quality wine for the greatest value in perhaps all of...
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  • 10/17/2018 12:00:00 PM
    Reserve List
    Since their first vintage in 1996, Walter Hansel Winery has been a member of an extremely short list of top quality Russian River producers - alongside icons like Kistler, Williams Selyem, Dehlinger and Rochioli. Winemaker Stephen Hansel’s wines are stunning: perfumed, classic and sublimely balanced with nary a hint of overt oak, overripe fruit or manipulation. These wines grace the top of our list each and every vintage and fortunately still remain a bit of an insider’s secret since production is miniscule compared to others in their quality class. With a classicist’s sense of restraint, and a sensible...
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  • 10/15/2018 12:00:00 PM
    Bordeaux List
    Like Margaux? Like St Julien? If you’re even reading this e-mail, I’d be very surprised if the answer was not a resounding yes. You might know that 2015 is a wonderful year for Bordeaux in general, and probably the most revered vintage for the Margaux appellation since 1983 (it’s the only part of Bordeaux where the 83s are even better than the 82s). You might know that St Julien is the smallest of Bordeaux’s prestigious left bank appellations, and its most reliable. Everything made there is serious, and almost all of the Châteaux are...
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  • 10/12/2018 12:00:00 PM
    Reserve List

    This is another extraordinary find from my Iberian trip in August, this one made in small enough production that it is released only in three packs. At the time of tasting, forty of these packs were available for the United States, so we bought all of them. That equates to about 25% of total production but is still a tiny amount to go around. This is breathtakingly good, do not miss it. It’s one where I think it’s worth referring to my scribbled shorthand notes made in the winery. Sometimes I think these say more about...

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  • 10/11/2018 12:00:00 PM
    Daily Flash
    The wine world is funny. If you travel in the right circles, talk the to right people, go to the right wine bars and restaurants, you’ll always be on the cutting edge of the “next big thing.” You meet Somm X for dinner in Paris. Somm X heard about some under-the-radar Champagne producer from wine writer Y, who met Importer Q at Wine Fair Z. Now you’re hearing all about it. You go to a couple different wine bars for a couple different night caps at all the trendiest places in Paris. And guess what? That...
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  • 10/10/2018 12:01:00 PM
    Reserve List
    Ripe, sexy and highly exclusive–the 2016 Booker allocation is the entire point the Reserve List exists. One of the truly great wineries of Paso Robles, Eric Jensen’s renowned estate annually produces some of the most elusive treasures for collectors of Californian wine. Always averaging between 96 to 100 points each vintage, these wines always hit the ball out of the park–for the critics and their huge loyal following. Just take a look at Jeb Dunnuck’s monster scores below! The name Booker comes from the two...
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  • 10/10/2018 12:00:00 PM
    Daily Flash
    The greatest gift Italy continues to provide us is not the singular and rare bottles from Barolo or Brunello, it is the “common” bottles such as Rovellotti’s humble and inspired Nebbiolo “Valplazza.” Offering much more material than its price suggests, Rovellotti’s soulful Nebbiolo leaves little to be desired: sweet red cherries, freshly torn roses, tar and mineral … “Valplazza” is intense, surprisingly elegant and addictively persistent. It’s a wine that epitomizes you why you keep coming back to Italian wine. Although not a well-known entity (on American shores at least) Rovellotti is a giant to be reckoned with and deserves...
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