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Fri, 11 Apr 2014
The 2010 Barolo Vintage and Why It Matters
Up until today, the 2 greatest Barolo vintages of the last 40 years were generally acknowledged to be 1996 and 1982.  Now we can add 2010 to the list.  2010 was a cool, late ripening vintage, the result of a … Continue reading ...
Thu, 10 Apr 2014
April in New York Deserves a Rosé Sampler
Ah, Spring!  As the poet Harrison said, “It’s been a long, cold lonely winter.”  Well, here comes the sun!  We’ve been stocking up on Rosé with the hopeful belief if we acted like Spring was here then it would, in … Continue reading ...
Thu, 10 Apr 2014
The Return of Le Du’s Pinot & Chard!
Fashions come and go in the American wine landscape, but for over 30 years now Jim Clendenen has maintained a steady ship, crafting balanced wines that don’t hammer you with their power and lush flavors, but rather are striking for … Continue reading ...
Fri, 04 Apr 2014
Re-Imagining Chianti Classico with Castello di Ama
Sometimes the bad apples ruin the bushel.  The Chianti Classico zone was one of the first wine regions to be singled out as important.  As far back as 1716, the area surrounding the towns of Radda, Gaiole, and Castellina were … Continue reading ...
Tue, 01 Apr 2014
The Remarkable Wine of Eben Sadie
“There is a wheel of terroir. There’s history, tradition and time and these three aren’t always welcome in the world that we are living in today.  We live in a world where we “make” wines’.  To be involved with a … Continue reading ...
Fri, 28 Mar 2014
Introducing the Swartland Revolution
You’ll be hearing a lot from us in the coming months about Swartland but it’s been on my brain lately so I thought I’d make a brief introduction.  Swartland is, to my mind, the most exciting young wine region in … Continue reading ...
Fri, 28 Mar 2014
The First Family of Small Batch Bourbon
There is about to be a serious Bourbon shortage.  Forget boutique brands like Pappy Van Winkle or George T. Stagg.  These days, it’s getting hard to get your hands on previously omnipresent bottles like Eagle Rare 10 and Blanton’s.  The … Continue reading ...
Thu, 20 Mar 2014
And so grapes grown in sand fall into the sea…
 I’ve got something for you which is very cool, very rare, and very delicious, but it requires just a little bit of unpacking so bear with me.  There’s a region in Portugal, on the coast, northwest of Lisboa, called Collares.  … Continue reading ...
Tue, 18 Mar 2014
Australia’s Best Kept Secret
“Best’s winery and vineyards are among Australia’s best-kept secrets.” James Halliday Best’s Great Western Shiraz 2012 $23.99 “Blackberry, anise, and cured meats underpinned by classic white pepper spice, the remarkable nature of the Great Western Shiraz starts at the palate, … Continue reading ...
Wed, 05 Mar 2014
Paolo Bea & The Single Girl
“Many years back, I was running a wine shop in downtown Chicago.  A pretty young woman walks straight up to me and asks, “Do you have any Paolo Bea?”  So I responded, “Can I answer that question with a question?  … Continue reading ...
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