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Thu, 19 Nov 2015
The Pleasure Principle: Rozak Pinot Noir 2009
I have no explanation as to why this Pinot Noir is so reasonably priced.  It checks all the boxes.  Single Vineyard?  Check.  Small production?  150 cases.  High-quality appellation?  Santa Rita Hills.  Respected Grower?  Randy Rozak sells fruit to some of … Continue reading ...
Thu, 19 Nov 2015
The Golden Age of Beaujolais
One of my favorite wine writers, John Bonné, just penned an excellent piece for arguing that the time for Crus Beaujolais has finally arrived. It’s about time! Wine lovers started paying attention to Crus Beaujolais in the eighties … Continue reading ...
Thu, 19 Nov 2015
2013 in Sonoma: The Year of Chardonnay
“Simply put, Failla is a reference point winery for the Sonoma Coast. This is as good as it gets.” Antonio Galloni I won’t beat around the bush on this one.  Ehren Jordan, owner/operators of Failla, is one of the most … Continue reading ...
Thu, 19 Nov 2015
Flavio Roddolo: Piedmont’s Quiet Soul
“Flavio Roddolo remains the great artisan of Barolo. He is the last vestige of a bygone era in traditional winemaking.”  Monica Larner, Wine Advocate It’s an interesting exercise to imagine the day to day life of Flavio Roddolo.  He lives … Continue reading ...
Thu, 19 Nov 2015
Anthony Hammond dry Riesling & Pinot Noir: Taste the Rheingau Renaissance!
I was first captivated by the sublime majesty of the finest Rheingau wines early on in my wine journey, but these truly excellent bottles are precious finds indeed.  More often, the basic wines are uninspiring, and even some very expensive … Continue reading ...
Thu, 19 Nov 2015
One for tonight and one for the cellar: a pair of magical Auslesen from Daniel Vollenweider
Our story begins with a young Swiss guy and a bottle of Egon Müller 1990 Auslese… Daniel Vollenweider, a Swiss with no winemaking background, had a dream.  Inspired by the greats like Egon Müller, he wanted to make to make … Continue reading ...
Thu, 19 Nov 2015
Library releases from a legend of Chianti Classico
Ask anyone who sells shirts, shoes, or soda pop and they’ll tell you, branding is everything.  Chianti has definitely had a problem with branding.  The area which makes up, “Chianti” is larger than Bordeaux.  The wicker bottles which have defined … Continue reading ...
Sat, 07 Nov 2015
Stunning Pinot Noir from Anthill Farms & Morlet
I know a guy named Sean.  He works a day job in finance but, as a side gig, he buys wine from private individuals and sells the bottles.  He knows I am always looking for American Pinot with some bottle … Continue reading ...
Sat, 07 Nov 2015
The delights of Viognier
I remember exactly where I was the first time I tried a viognier.  I was 23 years old, in one of the grand ballrooms of the Drake Hotel in Chicago.  There were hundreds of wines in that room and I … Continue reading ...
Sat, 07 Nov 2015
Jean-Luc’s favorite French white under $20!
Today I would like to tell you about one of my favorite under $20 wine at Le Du’s Wines, the delicious Jurançon Sec 2012 from Domaine Bru-Baché in the South-West of France, near the Pyrenees Mountains. Medium bodied and packing … Continue reading ...
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