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  • 12/07/2018 8:25:18 PM
    Daily Flash
    It’s December, which means its prime time for one of the only grapes we talk about when it’s below fifty degrees. Yes, it’s time we delve into Mourvèdre. Often widely used as a supporting actor (aka: mainly a blending grape) Mourvèdre during the roast and stew season is given, for a brief few fleeting months, a leading role on our tables. Our favorite comes from Kermit Lynch’s stellar portfolio (Lynch is especially talented at finding gems from Southern France–the natural home for Mourvèdre), and we’ve been fixated on his...
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  • 12/07/2018 7:58:02 PM
    Reserve List
    This may be the safest bet in wine right now. You really can’t go wrong here. Clos I Terrasses has been leading the pack in Priorat since 1988 when Daphne Glorian threw caution to the wind and joined René Barbier and Alvaro Palacios in believing in the unforgiving, but brilliant terroir of Priorat. Decades later, Ms. Glorian, a committed Biodynamist and brilliant winemaker, crafts perhaps the defining wine of the appellation, the legendary Clos Erasmus. The second label, Laurel, is not a “second wine” strictly speaking (though in some vintages, barrels not deemed worthy of Erasmus are declassified into...
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  • 12/06/2018 7:36:00 PM
    Daily Flash
    The wines from famed patron saint of Baga, Luis Pato, offer an exciting, wide-angled portrait of Portugal’s Bairrada appellation at its best. Since his ascension in the 1990’s, Mr. Pato’s wines are (outside of Port) many collector’s first emotional connection to Portuguese wine. While the wines have a healthy cult-like following in the States (particularly among industry insiders), the price and accessibility are still surprisingly open for wines of this quality and importance. One of the prime reasons for this is that Mr. Pato values...
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  • 12/06/2018 7:06:21 PM
    Burgundy list
    It is no secret that I have a deep affection for Chandon de Briailles. The wines are all about finesse, precision and terroir. 2016 was a difficult year here with TINY amounts of wine available. Nonetheless, these are among the classiest wines in Burgundy and well worth a place in your cellar. From previous offers: Chandon de Briailles occupies rare air in Burgundy. Regarded as one of the great, long-lived noble (also literally so) producers of great Burgundy wine. With spectacular holdings in, on and surrounding the...
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  • 12/05/2018 4:56:00 PM
    Daily Flash
    There is nothing left to write about Paolo Bea. No stone has been left unturned which hasn’t been been used to pontificate or hype. Hipsters love them, retired people adore them. So do restaurant owners from Manhattan to Topeka, not to mention NBA stars Instagram. Paolo Bea has reached that level of the wine stratosphere that rarely exists. We’ve loved these wines since the start. Though we have problems with many “Natural” wines Paolo Bea is not one of them. They are superb. They’re beautiful. There is simply...
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  • 12/04/2018 4:37:05 PM
    Daily Flash
    \We don’t usually offer too many Amarone flashes, but we couldn’t help ourselves with this insanely delicious gem. From the highly renowned Guerrieri Rizzardi comes a blend of his top three historic vineyards–a rare offering that only occurs during vintages where yields were cut incredibly low. Winner of the “Best Amarone” Platinum Award from Decanter’s World Wine Awards–this is a DO-NOT-MISS-WINE for Italian lovers! Guerrieri Rizzardi can trace its history back to 17th century–most likely earlier...
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  • 12/04/2018 4:21:00 PM
    Burgundy list
    Is it any surprise that Méo-Camuzet made good wine in 2016? The wines top nearly every critic and collector’s list every year. Intense, lush and sumptuous, the Méo wines’ generosity can be deceiving. Underneath all the opulence and seduction is a core of terroir and a sneaky sense of structure.This signature of style was learned at the feet of Burgundy’s legendary icon Henri Jayer. Add to that some of the region’s most envious collection of vineyards, and, well, it’s no surprise that world is beating down...
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  • 11/28/2018 3:27:17 AM
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    With one of the hottest winemakers in Châteauneuf (Julien Barrot) equipped with some of the oldest (100+ year old) vineyards in the appellation–some of which happen to be directly next to the legendary Chateau Rayas– few can dismiss Domaine Barroche. This is an immediate must-have experience. This sense is only heightened by the profound 2016s, a defining and highly collectable vintage for Châteauneuf. We simply cannot recommend these wines highly enough. Although the history of Domaine la...
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  • 11/27/2018 9:28:26 PM
    Burgundy list
    This wine needs little introduction. Much like Gevrey’s Clos St. Jacques, Nuits’ Les St. Georges or Chambolle’s Amoureuses, Pommard’s Clos des Epeneaux is a cru above, a blessed site that most Burgund-o-philes recognize as a Grand Cru in all but name. Clos des Epeneaux, however, is also a monopole of Domaine Comte Armand, which means that the unique terroir here has only one lens onto its ample gifts. Thankfully, Comte Armand has always been one of the most reliably exceptional Domaines in Burgundy for the past...
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  • 11/26/2018 9:09:20 PM
    Bordeaux List
    Is there any wine ‘village’ anywhere in the world with a name that rolls off the tongue quite as well as Margaux? It’s not exactly groundbreaking to suggest that at their best, the wines made here are as good as it gets. I find it not to be the most consistent part of Bordeaux, but ask anybody in Bordeaux for two vintages where one appellation sings and soars above all others, and I’d expect that you will get the answer ‘Margaux in 1983 and Margaux in 2015’. Something about the soil, the climate, and the vines in Margaux makes things here more ‘marginal’ than elsewhere on the Left Bank. As with many things in wine, when...
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