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Wed, 18 Feb 2015
Pierre Dupond “La Renjardière” Côtes du Rhône Rouge
We have a few more weeks to go before the snow melts and the sun greets us. NYC is experiencing some of the lowest temperatures in a long time so we need a wine to keep us nice and warm … Continue reading ...
Tue, 17 Feb 2015
Tannat: The King of the Southwest
Every summer until the age of 18 years old I spent my summers in Bordeaux.  For both lunch and dinner there was always a bottle of wine on the table. Bordeaux is my love but I always like to creep … Continue reading ...
Wed, 04 Feb 2015
Grain Whisky Redefined
If you haven’t seen last week’s barrique on Japanese whisky, you definitely should give it a read.  It includes a great primer on the principal types of Japanese (and Scotch) whiskey.  To recap, these are essentially: malt whisky, distilled in … Continue reading ...
Sat, 31 Jan 2015
What’s the deal with Japanese whisky?
When I heard that the 2015 edition of Jim Murray’s World Whisky Bible had ranked a Japanese whisky (Suntory’s Yamazaki Sherry Cask 2013, sadly not available in the US) I wasn’t surprised; I’ve been familiar with Japan’s world-class whiskies since … Continue reading ...
Sat, 31 Jan 2015
There is more than Port in Portugal: Exploring the Douro Valley
 Sometimes you have turn to the old to find the new. This is especially true in the wine world where regions that have been producing wine for centuries are still undergoing their own creative revolutions and changes. A perfect example … Continue reading ...
Fri, 23 Jan 2015
The Most Jamaican of Rums
Popular consciousness of rum is so dominated by a few mass-produced, mass-market products that you’d almost think there’s no such thing as an artisanally-crafted fine sipping rum, but this would be a mistake.  For better or worse, sugar cane spirits … Continue reading ...
Tue, 20 Jan 2015
The Winter of Riesling
Happy New Year! On Saturday, January 3rd, we had our first wine tasting of 2015 and we featured our Staff Favorites. The winner for the tasting was in my opinion the Darting Riesling from the Pfalz region of Germany.  The … Continue reading ...
Sat, 17 Jan 2015
A Maverick in Every Sense: Mount Eden Wolff Vineyard Chardonnay
Perched atop the Santa Cruz Mountains with a pensive gaze over Silicon Valley is Mount Eden Vineyards.  In terms of California’s winemaking history it does not get much better than Mount Eden. Founded in 1945 by Martin Ray, the estate … Continue reading ...
Sat, 17 Jan 2015
Rasteau: Chateauneuf’s Little Bro!
Greetings! This is the time of year where just having the heat on is simply not enough.  So instead of turning up the radiator, why not try some delicious Rasteau?   I came into work on Saturday and my partner in crime … Continue reading ...
Fri, 09 Jan 2015
Montrose: The Well-Mannered Gentleman of Bordeaux
The 2010 Saint-Estèphe de Montrose is a refined, well-mannered gentleman of the northern Médoc.  It greets the nose with classic left-bank cedar, wet gravel and tobacco notes.   On the palate, this wine conveys a sense of fruit that is complete … Continue reading ...
 
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