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Jan

26

2015

Posted by Joe Salamone

Becker's Rieslings represent some of the most challenging, singular and ultimately compelling expressions of the grape. The fact that old examples are available with perfect provenance and at very fair pricing only sweetens the deal.

Jan

25

2015

Posted by Ian McFadden

These are some of the purest and most beautiful renditions of Hermitage. There is no grander, more regal expression of Syrah than Hermitage. Faurie captures Hermitage's elegance and complexity with such detail and in such an honest fashion.

Jan

24

2015

Posted by Joe Salamone

Bouland's style is deep and muscular with staining intensity. It carries this with an interesting combination of rusticity and flash.  All of this is wrapped around a stern core of granite minerality that boldly announces itself from start to finish. 

Jan

23

2015

Posted by Ian McFadden

The marriage between the mineral-laden, very classic 2008 vintage and Fourrier was close to ideal. As you could guess, it reaches a high point in the Clos St. Jacques. Burghound focuses on the, "ultra pure middle weight flavors that possess excellent precision and verve on the driving and wonderfully long and linear finish." That gives you a really good sense of how the wine possesses a laser focus and dancing minerality while not being shy on substance and depth.

Jan

23

2015

Posted by Ian McFadden

Guigal has essentially defined Côte-Rôtie for much of the 20th Century. Simply put, there's nothing like Guigal's La La's.

Jan

22

2015

Posted by Joe Salamone

His collection in 2013 is simply riveting. There's a razor cut and electric transparency to the wines. Lauer's 2013 Grosses Gewächs pack all of these qualities together into a compelling, beautiful whole. Jean Fisch and David Rayer of Mosel Fine Wines called Lauer's GGs "among the classiest of the vintage."

Jan

21

2015

Posted by Ian McFadden

This is a really good 1er Cru for below current Bourgogne Rouge prices. Many hold Île des Vergelesses in extremely high regard. None other than Clive Coates has argued that Chandon de Briailles' holdings here merit Grand Cru status. Chandon de Briailles has some impressive Grand Cru holdings, including Corton-Charlemagne. In many ways, though, Île des Vergelesses, is the estate's flagship.

Jan

20

2015

Posted by Joe Salamone

Bérèche's signature is delivering deeply vinous Champagnes with a pitch-perfect clarity. Campania Remensis exemplifies this and delivers an energy and resonant harmony that makes it truly noteworthy.

Jan

20

2015

Posted by Joe Salamone

Evangelho is a vineyard that has its own deep wisdom – one acquired from over 120+ years of adaption to its environment and a blend of vine plantings meant to provide balance and consistency tailored to its particular location. The vineyard is planted with Zinfandel, Carignan, Mourvèdre, and a bunch of other varieties, like Palomino, Alicante, and Mission. 

Jan

19

2015

Posted by Joe Salamone

I can't think of another Loire producer who has exploded the way that Guiberteau has. When you taste the wines, it makes sense. Finding them can be the tricky thing.

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