Find Your Wine

Recent Offers
  • 06/21/2018 1:31:49 PM
    Daily Flash
    Alzinger, easily one of the rarest crown jewels in the Terry Theise portfolio, is a producer we deeply admire but rarely write about. We receive only a scant few bottles every vintage … not nearly enough to warrant promotion. Until today. We just received word that a sizable allocation of Alzinger’s 2016 are coming to Gordon’s. I’ll go on the record based on exclusivity, quality and collectivity: this will be one of our most important Daily Flash offers of 2018. You just don’t see wines this rare and this good (and well priced) come up like this. These are achingly beautiful, heart...
    Get more details
  • 06/21/2018 1:08:49 PM
    Burgundy list
    Most of us are familiar with Raveneau by now. If not through experience, at least by reputation, as the pinnacle of winemaking in Chablis and one of France’s most hallowed Domaines. Kermit Lynch has been importing Raveneau for the better part of 40+ years now, and introduced Americans along the way to many other remarkable French producers and wine regions in the process. But Kermit imports other Chablis producers beyond Raveneau, and it stands to reason that his nose for what’s good in Chablis is pretty keen. One of his discoveries many years ago was Domaine Lavantureux, formally helmed by the Lavantureux named Roland.
    Get more details
  • 06/20/2018 1:48:00 PM
    Reserve List
    I love how Jancis begins her introduction to Màquina & Tabla. It’s very Jancis, but it’s also special because it captures what exactly happens when everyone discovers and drinks Màquina and Tabla for the first time – crazy excitement. “For a tired old lag like me, it's quite rare for me to get really excited by a new discovery at a tasting, but this wine, tasted at last week's showcase of wines by London retailer Lea & Sandeman, was truly exceptional. Fellow wine writers and I were positively burbling with enthusiasm over it…”
    Get more details
  • 06/20/2018 12:54:56 PM
    Daily Flash
    Don’t be fooled by the Titian portrait on the label of San Felice’s Il Grigio. While it does accurately convey the old school majesty that comes along with Riserva level Sangiovese, the real story is how San Felice deftly combines a very modern nuance with rustic Tuscan charm. The end result is a Chianti that will flatter classicists and casual Italian fans alike. “This is a dark and deeply saturated wine with a robust and brooding personality. The 2014 Chianti Classico Riserva Il Grigio showcases the more muscular and robust characteristics that are most often associated with the Castelnuovo Berardenga subzone.
    Get more details
  • 06/19/2018 12:41:11 PM
    Burgundy list
    If you like bracing wines of depth and complexity, Fichet is your man. What Fichet is doing in Meursault is analogous to what Thomas Pico is doing in Chablis, and there’s a reason both producers have garnered a slavish, cult-like following. Like Pico, Fichet has no claim on the finest sites in Burgundy, and there are no Grands Crus to clamor over, not even a lowly Criot-Bâtard-Montrachet. (Ok, that may have a little too cheeky by half!) Beyond that, there are not even any 1ers Crus – save a Puligny Referts which exists in...
    Get more details
  • 06/18/2018 12:33:00 PM
    Bordeaux List
    Regular readers of our Bordeaux e-mails will know that I try not to make everything about points. I’m a huge believer that there’s so much more to great wine than can be expressed with a single rating, and particularly for mature wines, many of the best values out there are almost by definition the ones that don’t get those big scores. However, every now and then everything aligns. A château I love, a great vintage, an undervalued region, a brilliant wine, a low price, and a ridiculously good score.
    Get more details
  • 06/15/2018 5:37:39 PM
    Whiskey List

    We've picked out a selection of our favorite, hand-picked bottles from our Private Barrel Program. Each one is exclusive to Gordon's - and each makes for a very unique, and very special gift. Through Father's Day, we're also offering double the raffle tickets you earn for every Private Barrel purchase. These let you enter for the chance to purchase some very special whiskey at our raffle in December. 

    Get more details
  • 06/15/2018 1:25:28 PM
    Daily Flash
    Lebanon’s Château Musar is truly one of the wonders of the wine world, and could be said to have been the first ever ‘cult’ wine, as its followers have a loyalty to it like almost nothing else I’ve ever known. I am an enormous fan - the wines are profound, complex, delicious, and utterly unique. They are hard to pin down as they change a lot from vintage to vintage and as they age. Musar is a wine to delight you and to surprise you, hard to describe but so easy to love.
    Get more details
  • 06/14/2018 12:58:43 PM
    Daily Flash
    Little has changed since our last email on this remarkable estate, so what follows below is the same as our last offer. However, despite how good the 2015s are, 2016 is even better. Yes, there’s richness and concentration, intensity and power, but also a stunning sense of harmony and balance, minerality and tension that separates the merely great vintages from the truly legendary. 2016 is a legend. And the Châteauneufs of this vintage will all achieve legendary status. Clos du Mont Olivet will surely...
    Get more details
  • 06/13/2018 7:54:57 PM
    Reserve List
    Louis Roederer’s Cristal - the crème de la crème of Champagne tête de cuvée set has many admirers for its quintessential distillation of finesse and elegance. The 2008 has been hotly anticipated for years now - with the vintage being hailed as one of the truly legendary. Well, it’s here. And the press couldn’t be any hotter. Four words of advice: Run, don’t walk. “The 2008 Cristal is a real head-turner. Powerful, ample and explosive in all of its dimensions, the 2008 takes hold of the sense and never lets up. There is a crystalline purity to the flavors that is simply remarkable. Although still...
    Get more details

Events

About Us

For over 75 years and four generations, Gordon's has been the leading purveyor of fine wines, spirits and now, craft beer, in New England. We pride ourselves on offering outstanding products whose quality vastly out shadows their price. We taste thousands of wines and spirits each year not only to choose the finest products available, but also to offer you, our customers, the very best service possible.