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  • 04/09/2019 6:24:35 PM
    Daily Flash
    Welcome back, old friend. Hermanos Peciña, one the pillars of our Spanish program, has released their triumphant 2009 Gran Reserva. This is only the third Gran Reserva the estate has released since 1998 and just like those other special bottles, the 2009 effortlessly displays why we love traditional old school Rioja – a multidimensional bouquet only ten years of aging could accomplish, creamy red fruits and earthy dark flavors, all resting on sublime layers of soft, mineral textures. For old school Rioja fans, this is a monumental value. In the heart of Rioja Alta, set against the stone peaks of the Sierra...
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  • 04/08/2019 6:14:00 PM
    Bordeaux List
    As I return from a week tasting the 2018s (watch this space for my initial vintage report), it’s my pleasure today to go ten years back to the vintage that could be said to have launched the modern era of Bordeaux. When we talk about how good a young vintage like 2016 or 2018 is and can be- 2009 remains the standard against which to compare. Widely acclaimed straight off the bat, the fervor really started in December 2011 when Robert Parker gave a staggering eighteen wines the perfect...
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  • 02/22/2019 9:19:04 PM
    Daily Flash
    As winter continues to roll on now is the perfect moment to heat things up with two precious allocations of Spain’s hottest estates: Raul Perez and Comando G. Beloved by wine geeks everywhere, both of these young, critically buzzing estates are on fire with collectors, the press and us humble retailers alike. If you haven’t cracked a bottle, do yourself a favor and experience them. Success stories have abounded in Spain in recent years but none may be more important than that of Daniel Landi, Fernando Garcia and Raul Perez. Together they represent the new generation of “cool” Spain. Their wines...
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  • 02/21/2019 9:13:40 PM
    Daily Flash
    It’s Fall which means we have officially arrived in Pinot Gris season.The heavier, richer flavors of Autumn gives us the best opportunity to savor and appreciate one of the least understood and recognized noble grapes being produced today, Pinot Gris. Our favorite – both in taste and value – is Jean-Marie Bechtold’s 2016 Silberberg. Sweetly spiced apples, stone fruits, almonds and a touch of cream are etched inside a cushioned, soft, just off-dry, body… Silberberg’s plush interior and a whisper of residual...
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  • 02/21/2019 9:09:50 PM
    Burgundy list
    I’ve been handed the Burgundy List reigns for one express reason: to pontificate a set of wines that every Burgundy drinker should not be without, Alain Coudert’s iconic Clos de la Roilette. Most of you are familiar with how much we adore these wines. But I wanted to bring special attention to how much our own Burgundy buyer, the man who pens this list himself, loves Roilette. Yes, that’s right, the king of Burgundy, Ian Halbert, has publicly admitted: “As a wine professional, I often field questions about what I drink at home on a Wednesday night. More often...
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  • 02/20/2019 8:58:53 PM
    Daily Flash
    It’s one of the most common stories told today: overlooked appellations, written off by elitists to be produce sub-par wine, is invigorated and brought to life by young, passionate winemakers, thereby turning the world’s opinion upside down. It’s my favorite story, one that never gets old. While Grenache’s historical/spiritual home may be in the South of France, it’s exciting future rests in Spain’s hands. Specifically, the hands and work of Fernando Garcia, who together with Dani Landi, are the creative forces behind Comando G. These two have completely redefined what great Garnacha can be, turning an...
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  • 02/20/2019 8:55:38 PM
    Reserve List
    Here’s some crazy news for you: we discovered another tiny parcel of gold dust, this time being the super sexy (and damn delicious) 2016’s from Arnot-Roberts. While we recently offered and sold these wines back in August, the appetite and desire for them is simply enormous–as they should be. This is one of the hottest and most sought-after estates in California. 2016 was a terrific year for Sonoma. “2016 marks a return to a much more relaxed, growing season with ideal conditions for making wines endowed with energy, freshness and delineation that provide a striking foil to California’s natural...
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  • 02/19/2019 8:44:34 PM
    Daily Flash
    This is a hot one, ladies and gentlemen! Domaine des Comtes Lafon is an icon of Burgundy. Long a standard bearer for excellence on the Côte de Beaune, his range of Meursaults and Volnays are legendary monuments to exactly what great Burgundy can and must be. The Volnay 1er Santenots du Milieu has always been a special bottling, offering sultry, opulent fruit from the get-go, and yet also having the concentration and structure to age for decades. I have had the pleasure of drinking the...
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  • 02/18/2019 4:45:34 PM
    Bordeaux List
    Today brings a special on one of the most exciting annual releases from Bordeaux, Château Montrose’s ‘Saint Estèphe’. This is their magnificent value third wine, made in the same winery and produced from the same extraordinary terroir as the Grand Vin, the 2015 of which sells for a little under $200. Made from the younger vines of the estate that don’t yet offer enough depth, complexity and ageability to make it into the top wine, before 2010 it was only made available to owners and employees of Montrose and would often be served at parties in the cellars. If it’s good enough for a party in the cellar of...
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  • 02/15/2019 9:18:55 PM
    Daily Flash
    I love Burgundy. The wines have a complexity and seductive quality that puts any other category to shame, in my opinion. The diversity and range of experiences to be had with only two varieties over a very small and closely confined geographic area is simply unparalleled in the world of wine. But there is one thing about Burgundy I really don’t like, and I imagine most of you feel the same way - the price.I’ll be blunt. Burgundy is expensive. At times, prohibitively so. And it’s happening even at the lower appellation levels. Bourgogne which was once $25 is now $40-50 and Village wine that was once...
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