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  • 08/16/2018 12:01:00 PM
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    Honeysuckle, citrus, waxed lemon, mineral and chamomile... François Chidaine’s ever consistent, ever sought after Chenins Blancs have returned for the darling 2017 vintage, and yes, don’t worry, they are still some of the greatest steals coming out of France. “2017 has ended up being an exceptionally good vintage,” reports Jancis Robinson in her preview of 2017 Loire. It wasn’t a walk in the park, however. In April and May reports began to surface of 'une catastrophe' all across France as vineyards suffered from...
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  • 08/16/2018 12:00:00 PM
    Burgundy list
    Burgundy isn’t all Grands and 1ers Crus that need decades of age. There are, for lack of a better term, frivolous wines, too. Wines that do not require hours of thought or great contemplation to appreciate their complexity and nuance, but rather are simply delicious and offer only delight to the drinker. Bruno Clair’s Marsannay Rosé is one of those wines. Bruno’s wines have an ardent following and the Marsannay Rosé has been an open secret from this touchstone Domaine for quite a while. Where else can you find a wine that...
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  • 08/15/2018 12:01:00 PM
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    Today we’re offering another mind-bending (and exceptionally rare) experience from Jean-François Ganevat – one of the wine world’s last true magicians. Just like the late Didier Dagueneau or the great Paolo Bea, Ganevat holds in an immensely important place as being a disruptor. His wines–particularly the one we are offering today–stir conversation and debate. Today’s wine, the 2008 Chardonnay Cuvée du Pépé, is unlike...
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  • 08/15/2018 12:00:00 PM
    Reserve List
    Even its most ardent followers won’t argue the wines born from Bodegas El Nido are in flavor, size, and for that matter, points, Extra Large. Since 2002, El Nido has perfected the art of hedonistic opulence to impressive heights. For the 2015–a record hot year for Spain– those skyscraper proportions are stretched even further. Clocking in at 16% alcohol, you can’t really can’t get any bigger or sumptuous than this. The 2015 release from El Nido has been circled on the calendar for a long, long time. The wait was worth it. The hulk has entered the building here folks. “Clio” could be the finest...
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  • 08/14/2018 12:00:00 PM
    Burgundy list
    Look, I could wax poetic about the sweet fruit and steely spine of this gorgeous white Burgundy. Or I could write a great exegesis of its origins and its particular qualities - vineyard and soil type, winemaking philosophy and viticultural practices, et al. I could even try to find some marketing hype to convince you to buy this wine. But I am not going to. Instead, I am simply going to tell you that you should buy this wine. If you’re in the market for excellent Chardonnay of the French stripe, with...
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  • 08/13/2018 12:00:00 PM
    Bordeaux List
    2009 remains, at least according to Robert Parker, the single highest rated Bordeaux vintage of all time. He gave a mind boggling nineteen wines the perfect one hundred points. As a comparison, the vintage that many still see as the ‘big dog’ in 1982, has four. The wonderful thing about these vintages is the enormous extent to which the standard of the ‘everyday’ wines is raised. The phrase always used is ‘a high tide raises all boats’, and it’s true. A $25 wine bought in 2011 as a future was almost bound to be...
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  • 08/10/2018 12:01:55 PM
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    Domaine Rimbert’s $12 ‘Cousin Oscar’ manages to be surprising while sticking to the proven formula of an everyday country wine. For starters it proves Cinsault, a light skinned, highly perfumed grape rarely given center stage, can be charmingly suited for the task. Its tart raspberry, rose petal and savory cherry work unusually well together, especially when the bottle is slightly chilled. Charm and refreshment factor aside, unlike most of the inexpensive mass-scale wines born from the...
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  • 08/10/2018 12:00:00 PM
    Reserve List
    If there is one wine which completely epitomizes Neal Rosenthal’s taste and love for wine, it is Ferrando Carema. “For us at Rosenthal Wine Merchant, Ferrando Carema is more than a wine; it’s an emblem—a one-wine encapsulation of our history, our aesthetic sensibilities, and our most deeply held values.” No small words. It was the first wine Neal imported in the United States and has for the past thirty plus years continued to be the beating heart for his portfolio.
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  • 08/09/2018 12:01:00 PM
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    Filipa Pato, daughter to Portugal’s legendary Luis Pato, has produced a sublime, thirst quenching Brut Rosé that thrives on fresh red fruit, earthy detail and crackling acidity. You can’t beat this quality for the money­. Ice a few bottles down and experience summer’s best casual sparkling brut rosé for the money, hands down. “Baga provides the tart cherry and chalk scents to the blend, while bical adds citrusy acidity, creating a Ruby Red grapefruit freshness in this earthy sparkling wine. It’s clean, cool and zesty, tart enough to cut through leitão (the local roast suckling pig) or to serve with...
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  • 08/09/2018 12:00:00 PM
    Burgundy list
    Anne Gros has an ardent and intense following among Burgundy aficionados. Producing subtle, elegant and fine Burgundy’s of precision and focus tends to earn you an ardent and intense following. Having a stunning array of vineyards in Vosne, including Vosne Les Barreaux, Echezeaux, and Richebourg. Of course, she also has the privilege of farming one of the most well-sited plot of vines in all of Clos Vougeot - Le Grand Maupertui - just below Grands Echezeaux and the vines here are over 100 years old. In addition to these “wow” wines, there are also some very excellent daily drinkers from...
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