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  • 11/09/2018 1:01:00 PM
    Daily Flash
    It’s that time of year again: Cédric Bouchard’s range of spectacular, singular and deeply impressive Champagnes is about to land. We’re honored to offer them every year. Here’s what we have said in previous offers: One varietal, one parcel, one village, one vintage, this is the guiding light which new wave superstar Champagne grower Cédric Bouchard follows. There is also a lot of “no’s” involved here too: No chaptalization, no fining, no filtering, no cold-stabilization, no fermentation in...
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  • 11/09/2018 1:00:00 PM
    Reserve List
    The powerful yet elegant wines of Mas Doix–one of our favorite producers in Priorat–continue to astound us. While we’re not always eye to eye with Robert Parker, we completely agree with his description of these being “stunningly profound Priorat.” It is also clear that the work of Sandra Doix, the fearless and exciting young phenom in charge of the domain, is only going becoming better and better. Established in 1998, Mas Doix is continuing a tradition that was begun by family ancestors in 1908. Ms. Doix and her family work exclusively with rare old bush vines (a large number originally planted by her...
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  • 11/08/2018 8:07:14 PM
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    Satisfying to collectors, hipster somms and normal people alike, Beaujolais is one of the few categories right now that everyone wants. And for good reason–it represents some of the best values in wine for the money. Lacy, perfumed, and always drinkable, we’re consuming (maybe glugging) Beaujolais more than ever before. Today we’re offering one of our undisputed favorites, the universally loved and highly sought-after Julien Sunier. Just in time for Thanksgiving, we’re releasing his...
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  • 11/07/2018 7:56:21 PM
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    The 2015 Zafeirakis Limniona raises a few questions upon encountering. Is Zafeirakis the grape or producer? We have the same questions about Limniona, with an added curiosity as to whether or not Limniona may or may not be a place. One thing we have no questions about at all is whether or not this is delicious. It is. Outrageously so. Eric Asimov has been bringing attention to this wine for several years now, featuring it in his 20 under $20 (it’s gone up since 2012) and among unusual varieties that...
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  • 11/07/2018 7:52:41 PM
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    There is no denying the talent and daring ambition of Stephan Asseo. Mr. Asseo, born into a generations-long family of wine producers in France, uprooted himself from the safe confines of Bordeaux to the limestone rich hills of West Paso Robles. What became of his small “adventure” ascended to one of the most coveted and prestigious wineries, not just in Paso Robles, or even the Central Coast, no, Mr. Asseo’s L’Aventure is one of the best in California. Molding the elegance and grace he grew up with in Bordeaux to the power and intensity of Paso Robles fruit, these are deeply...
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  • 11/06/2018 7:33:00 PM
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    There are few wines I would rather have on my table for a hearty mid-week dinner than the outstanding 2015 Villa Sant'Anna Chianti Colli Senesi. Cherry jam, plum, flowers and sweet spices held by a persistent velvety tannin, this is a terrific, earnest, exquisitely rendered Chianti all of us can enjoy. While many of you are familiar with Villa Sant’Anna through their remarkable and insanely valued Rosso di Montepulciano (an excellent wine that we sell out of every year) few are aware that Villa Sant’Anna is run and managed completely by women. This all-female team – a rarity in this industry–is...
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  • 11/06/2018 7:23:13 PM
    Burgundy list
    Ok, file this under “decisions, bad.” I am nearly certain that demand will vastly outstrip supply. Only a few bottles are a available for the really rare wines; some of them exist in only a single bottle. And, well, Mugnier is one of the titans, one of the growers the élite collectors fight each other to pay more and more for. I don’t imagine any of these wines will be left when the dust settles. So, what informs this hysteria? Why the rabid rush to secure any and all Mugnier in whatever quantities may be available. Well, like Leroy, Rousseau, DRC or Roumier, this is gold-plated Burgundy, triple-A bond-rated...
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  • 11/05/2018 7:18:26 PM
    Bordeaux List
    On October 26th, we hosted what might be the most fascinating wine dinner that I’ve ever had the privilege to attend. Joined by Antoine Gimbert from Léoville Las Cases, we were treated to an array of back vintages of Las Cases as well a fine pair of wines from Châteaux Nenin and Potensac, all under the same ownership of the Delon family. I’m thrilled today therefore, to offer an unbelievable array of these wines with absolutely perfect provenance, coming straight to us from Bordeaux. If Bordeaux’s 1855 classification was redone today, Las Cases would be one of a tiny handful (probably three, alongside Palmer and...
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  • 11/02/2018 5:46:14 PM
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    Cahors has not seen excitement in a long time–centuries maybe–but beginning every fall during roast and stew season we’re reminded just how good these wines can be. Take the superb 2016 Château la Grave Cahors, a hearty, rustic red filled with wild dried herbs, black and blue fruits, earthy structure and a touch of savory game. As the temperatures plunge, you won’t regret having this gem from the famed Kermit Lynch portfolio stocked up in your cellar! Château La Grave is the master work of Philippe Bernède. Many of you are already deeply familiar with Mr.Bernède’s efforts through the...
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  • 11/02/2018 5:23:28 PM
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    Clos i Terrases’s Clos Erasmus is an icon among the collector class. Opulent, powerful, intense and mineral, Clos Erasmus sits comfortably beside other bastions of Spanish greatness - Pingus, Vega Sicilia, and Lopez de Heredia, among a handful of others. But the sheer greatness of these wines extends far beyond Spain. Simply put, Clos Erasmus is among a small number of wines that ranks among the truly exceptional. This is true in any vintage. However, in a sleek and stylish number like 2016, this wine simply cannot be...
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