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  • 07/13/2018 12:01:42 PM
    Reserve List
    Often when we’re tasting through ranges of wines to find options for this e-mail list, I’m struck by what a huge difference there is between ‘tasting’ and ‘drinking’. There’s a huge difference between a smell, a swirl and a spit, and really getting to drink and experience something properly. Sometimes one of the lineout really jumps out and screams ‘Take me home!!! Drink me!!!’- and this is a perfect example. One taste was not enough- the sun was out and I desperately wanted to grab the bottle, run out the door, find a good friend and the nearest roof deck, and sit really getting to know it. This is so delicious, so...
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  • 07/13/2018 12:00:32 PM
    Daily Flash
    After consulting the Gordon’s archives (located in a vast underground warehouse beneath Main Street) we could not locate a single record of us featuring a Falanghina in our Daily Flash program … ever. So now a moment for the history books, because today, for the first time in human history, Gordon’s is featuring a Falanghina. Fattoria La Rivolta’s exceptional expression of the grape confidently puts forth a series of flavors, thirst quenching vignettes of pear and apple, told with focus and poise.Oh, it just won the...
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  • 07/12/2018 12:00:49 PM
    Burgundy list
    Jérôme Chezeaux is large and powerful man. A former rugby player, his size and physique can be nearly intimidating. And yet he produces some of the most beautifully framed and delicate Burgundies in the entire region. Precision, filigree and focus are the hallmarks of the style, with a crystalline fruit quality and haunting sense of balance. As such, he has been among my favorite producers we offer every year. It doesn’t hurt that Chezeaux, despite being imported by Neal Rosenthal and with holdings in important crus such as Nuits 1er Vaucrains, Vosne 1er Suchots and Clos de Vougeot, he remains...
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  • 07/11/2018 12:01:00 PM
    Reserve List
    Without a doubt, Ester Nin Llort is one of the most prestigious oenologists in Spain. The girl is on fire. Beside garnering a historic 98 points from Wine Advocate for the first wine she ever made, Ms. Llort’s day job is producing wines for the legendary Clos i Terrasses, home to the fabled Clos Erasmus. Critics adore her, collectors chase after her and the crazy part is she still has yet to reach her ceiling. Ms. Llort’s once in a generation blend of ambition, imagination and talent has lead her to several acclaimed personal projects, but her main attention is on the tiny production of her own...
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  • 07/11/2018 12:00:00 PM
    Daily Flash
    Prelius, a smartly run estate in Southern Tuscany, has crafted a nifty $13 Cabernet that will melt many California lover’s hearts. We nicknamed it the Tuscan Cowboy. Here is an Italian wine starring in the lead role of California’s most famous grape. And you know what? It works. The Italians do drama well and Prelius holds its own with the same warmth and bravado of any superb value California Cab. It’s ripe, it’s smooth and carries enough balance and charm to warrant serious...
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  • 07/10/2018 12:01:47 PM
    Daily Flash
    Every time I go on the Kermit Lynch trip, we traipse through some rather august cellars: Clape, Allemand, Raveneau, Roulot, Chevillon, to name just a few. However, one wine more than every other remains firmly stamped on my mind as most delicious - Pascal Janvier’s Jasnières. With bright Chenin fruits, the merest hint of sweetness and heroic acidity, Janvier’s Jasnières are impossible to resist for refreshment or all manner of food pairings. But look who I’m talking to - we sell out of these every year. Thankfully, there’s a new...
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  • 07/10/2018 12:00:00 PM
    Burgundy list
    Talents like Benjamin Leroux are rare, once in a generation, really. Plaudits have been pouring in from day one, with comparisons to other once-in-a-generation talents, such as Henri Jayer. After a star turn at Comte Armand, Leroux set out on his own, with a micro-négoce project that sought out some of the more overlooked crus in Burgundy - Chassagne 1er Embazées or Volnay 1er Cave de Château des Ducs, for example. But the new Maison was also rooted in supreme value, with Bourgognes and Village wines that overdelivered and often included declassified juice in the blends. As the house has...
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  • 07/09/2018 12:00:00 PM
    Bordeaux List
    I’ll start simply and by stating the obvious. Well-priced and ready to drink ex château magnums of pedigree St Julien from remarkable terroir in legendary vintages and made by the team at Leoville Las Cases, do not exactly grow on trees. Aged at the Château since release, these could not possibly be in better condition and represent a remarkable buying opportunity. Take advantage! The Clos du Marquis 2005 is evolving into a little beauty. It has an opulent, downright sexy bouquet with macerated dark cherries, briary, mint interlaced with candied orange peel that is beautifully...
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  • 06/28/2018 12:00:00 PM
    Daily Flash
    2017 Falkenstein just hit the shores and I have to be lightening quick to get this out before anyone else grabs it. The Mosel recorded its earliest and smallest harvest in 50 years for 2017 but while yields were small, the stuff that remains is superb. More serious in feeling and denser in texture than the winsome and lyrical 2016’s, we’re very excited to see what the best producers are going to do here. Especially Falkenstein. Falkenstein, the tiny boutique winery based in the Saar, was a runaway success last year. Thanks to crazy high press and crazy low prices (and a relentless push on our part) we sold more...
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  • 06/27/2018 12:01:00 PM
    Reserve List
    2013 is shaping up to be a legendary year in Brunello, alongside modern classics like 2001, 2006 and 2010. The critics have been gushing. But, uncharacteristically, the wines are not “blockbusters.” There is no soul crushing intensity, power and bombastic fruit. No. Rather, this is a vintage that has everyone crowing and yet the catchword is finesse and the expression is elegant. This is unusual. But precisely a vintage to take advantage of, because the wines will be drinkable during an earlier drinking window, and yet...
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