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  • 09/19/2018 12:01:00 PM
    Daily Flash
    The wines from the Cotat cousins defy conventional conversation regarding Sauvignon Blanc. Actually, they defy just about everything. In the same vein as Edmond Vatan (his Sancerre is much harder to find and twice more expensive) these are some of the Loire’s and France’s most singular and profound wines. Featuring signature tactile layers of kaleidoscopic fruit and seemingly multi-dimensional minerality, an night with either Francois or Pascal’s Sancerre is always an experience.
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  • 09/19/2018 12:00:00 PM
    Reserve List
    Almaviva is a collaboration between Concha y Toro and Baron Philippe de Rothschild. Founded in 1997, the idea was to create a Chilean Grand Cru Classé. To say that they have achieved their goal is an understatement. The wine has achieved a level of global recognition as not just a Chilean First Growth, but one of the world’s great Cabernet blends. With 60 hA in Maipo Valley’s Puente Alta, the highest point in the valley, the alluvial soils are ideal for the traditional Bordeaux grapes, with a strong core of Cabernet Sauvignon but also supporting vines of Carmenère, Cabernet Franc, Merlot and Petit Verdot.
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  • 09/18/2018 12:01:00 PM
    Daily Flash
    Today I’m particularly excited to offer the latest gems that I discovered on my trip to Spain in April- a stunning pair of Riojas that offer unbelievable value for money and make a magnificent comparison with one another. Perhaps I shouldn’t say ‘discovered’ for the first, La Antigua Clasico Reserva, as we offered their 2008 last year and it was enormously popular. This year though we’re back with their even better 2010- a phenomenally good vintage in Rioja and a ridiculously good wine for this price. The second, Sierra de La Demanda Tinto, is a magnificent new find for me and flat out one of the most impressive...
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  • 09/18/2018 12:00:00 PM
    Burgundy list
    For all its tradition and history, Burgundy is still a relatively dynamic place. Domaines and négociants are founded and sold, vineyards trade hands and the market changes rapidly (unfortunately only in one direction of late). Often in the sturm und drang of this commotion there are deals to be found. Today, I have one such deal. Last year Domaine Prieur-Brunet sold to négociant titan Louis Jadot. The small family Domaine had a quiet legacy, but a noble one. With a history stretching back to 1804, the Prieur...
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  • 09/17/2018 12:00:00 PM
    Bordeaux List
    Château le Puy has justifiably built up a huge following here over the past couple of years. We’re not exactly alone, as it seems to have done the wine equivalent of ‘going viral’. The surprising kick-starter was in Japan, where incredibly a wine themed manga essentially named it the greatest wine in the world. That might all seem a bit silly, but it does seem to have begun a global awakening via a chain reaction. Of course, none of that ‘hype’ would have got anywhere if people weren’t blown away each time...
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  • 09/14/2018 12:00:00 PM
    Daily Flash
    Is there as reliable a wine as Produttori del Barbaresco’s Barbaresco “La Torre”? Is there a wine as iconic and appellation-defining as “La Torre”? I think the answer is demonstrably - “no.” Yes, there may be challengers, wines which reliably overdeliver on value, as well as reflect their origins accurately. But, really, there aren’t many challengers to the supremacy of this wine in Barbaresco as perhaps the Barbaresco, the Ur-Barbaresco, as it were. After all, if you were to pick a single wine to define the appellation, I can’t imagine a better wine that Produttori’s “La Torre.” Moreover, it may just be the ultimate...
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  • 09/13/2018 12:01:00 PM
    Daily Flash
    Thomas Calder has an eye for talent. Many of you may not know the name, but he’s behind a number of your (and our) favorite wines - Cédric Bouchard, Jérôme Prévost, Gérard Boulay, Domaine du Collier, Thomas Pico (Pattes Loup), Tissot … well, you get the idea. Exceptional quality, small growers and a demand that often achieves a cult-like status. Calder’s selections often tend to become “the next big thing.” So, what do you think you should do with his Châteauneuf-du-Pape producer’s 2016 bottling? After all...
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  • 09/13/2018 12:00:00 PM
    Burgundy list
    Dupont-Fahn is an infamous name in Burgundy. Raymond, the current Dupont-Fahn at the helm, inherited a range of well sited and well regarded vineyards in Meursault from his father, Michel. However, one of these vineyards has garnered its fair share of controversy. Bourgogne Chaumes des Perrières. But this is no ordinary Bourgogne. It’s 40 year old Meursault from 1ers Sous Dos d’Ane and Perrières. In fact, the vines sit just above Coche-Dury’s plot in Perrières. It’s illustrated below on the map. So why is it humble Bourgogne? Well, Raymond’s grandfather thought that the topsoil was too...
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  • 09/12/2018 12:01:00 PM
    Daily Flash
    It should come as no surprise that Joh. Jos. Prüm is Mosel royalty. As a benchmark for fine German Riesling the wines are a mainstay for nearly every serious wine collector and for good reason—they are simply one of the best. With an average age of fifty-year-old vines (most of which are ungrafted) the Prüms have large holdings of Germany’s most treasured crown jewels: Graacher Himmelreich, Zeltinger Sonnenuhr and Wehlener Sonnenuhr. After the stellar 2015 and 2016’s can Germany hit the...
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  • 09/12/2018 12:00:00 PM
    Reserve List
    We have sold a small ocean of Vietti’s triumphant 2013 series and this week we have decided to throw another one into the mix. Can you blame us? Any bottle stamped with the year 2013 and labeled as Vietti is pure gold. As you know it was an epic year for the Piemonte, a vintage that Luca Currado and company made some of their best wines in over a decade – including this one, the 95-point banger “knock-out” Barbaresco Masseria. Confident to the point of towering and impeccably balanced, the 2013 Masseria is sourced from a special single vineyard (limestone and clay) that captivates with a theatrical...
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