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Dec

19

2014

Posted by McRae Petrey

The 2011 Chaignots has become absolutely gorgeous. It's beautifully aromatic and provocative with ethereal spice and thrilling concentration. The wine is imbued with an elusive femininity, a touch of the satin Vosne in meaty Nuits-St-Georges.

Dec

18

2014

Posted by Robert Schagrin

There are a number of reasons for my love of CdC. First, there's the value that CdC offers. When it comes to the top wines of grand marques, what it delivers is something truly astounding for the price. It's nearly impossible to find a bottle that delivers like CdC for the money. When you add Comtes Taittinger's remarkably consistent winemaking, you have something amazing. 

Dec

16

2014

Posted by Robert Schagrin

There is a Japanese proverb that says, “Sake doesn’t get into fights with food.” Indeed, its rich umami flavor means Sake gets along brilliantly with more than just sushi. It’s high time that Sake got its place at the table along with fine wines, and none deserve this place more than the rare offerings of Nobu. 

Dec

15

2014

Posted by Ian McFadden

The Antique Collection has caught on fire. In a matter of a few years, they have become some of the rarest things that we deal with. Every fall we receive a barrage of calls and emails asking about the releases as people frantically try to chase the bottles down before they disappear from the market. 

Dec

14

2014

Posted by Joe Salamone

Without a doubt, this is a special bottle of Palo Cortado and very likely the best wine to come out of Gutiérrez Colosía. It's a very old and complex Palo Cortado - the average age is over fifty years.They release somewhere around four hundred 500ml bottles per year.

Dec

13

2014

Posted by Joe Salamone

We've been amassing a small collection of auction bottles (it's difficult to amass much more since they are always in short supply). And of course, we've been tasting through. With each bottle, it's become increasingly clear just how special auction bottlings often are. Simply put, they're more complex, finer and purer. 

Dec

12

2014

Posted by Ian McFadden

Finding top Burgundy magnums isn't easy. Today, I'm happy to offer a brief list of rare Burgundy magnums.

Dec

10

2014

Posted by Robert Schagrin

The 1990 Cave Privée beautifully displays the power with weightless finesse and boasts a toasty depth of complexity and richness that exceptional Veuves develop with aging. 

Dec

09

2014

Posted by Joe Salamone

When it comes to Langhe Rosso, Roagna's maybe without peer. He treats it deadly serious. It's handled very much the way that a traditionally-crafted Barbaresco or Barolo would be. It sees a long maceration (a month or more) followed by 3-4 years in oak casks and then a year in bottle.

Dec

08

2014

Posted by Joe Salamone

Both of the GGs consolidate the best traits of the 2013 vintage. They are pulsating, nervous, sleekly mineral wines. They have the vintage's tension along with its high level of extract that beautifully complements the zippy acidity. 

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