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Sat, 18 Oct 2014
Barrique: All you ever wanted to know about Austria, but were afraid to ask…
My first encounter with Austrian wine came when I was finishing college.  I was a frequent customer at a major local wine shop; in those days I slurped down plenty of good, if relatively commercial, Bordeaux and Rioja, and occasionally would splurge … Continue reading ...
Sat, 18 Oct 2014
Raise a Glass with Legras & Haas!
“In Success you deserve it and in defeat, you need it,” Winston Churchill It is a marvelous era for Champagne.  Small, family owned domains who, in previous generations, would have sold on their grapes to the large Maisons have been … Continue reading ...
Sat, 18 Oct 2014
Cheer up your Fall like the Viennese!
Vienna is the only capital city in Europe with bona fide vineyards within the city limits, some six hundred hectares divided among hundreds of small, family owned plots.   Historically contained within the city walls (some of Europe’s first vineyards) the … Continue reading ...
Wed, 08 Oct 2014
The Barolo of the South
Aglianico has been popping up all over my world lately.  It’s as if the Universe is trying to remind me of this tremendous Southern Italian varietal which I’ve long loved but lately neglected. “Deep in colour with aromas suggestive of … Continue reading ...
Wed, 08 Oct 2014
Yann Bertrand Fleurie “Cuvée du Chaos”
Fleurie might just be the most exciting, dynamic cru in Beaujolais these days.   The personality of this terroir shines through all the best wines despite the multiplicity of styles.  The wines are exceptionally elegant, but with the structure and intensity … Continue reading ...
Tue, 30 Sep 2014
Old-School Riesling for the Modern Age
The nose is pure & transparent, with trademark Rheinhessen aromas of rose, orange blossom, and grapefruit succade, with hints of petrol-esque minerality and an unusual yet appealing leafy quality.  On the palate, it’s juicy and refreshing, with orchard fruits and … Continue reading ...
Fri, 26 Sep 2014
The Canary Islands: The Forgotten Frontier of Spanish Wine
This wine introduces itself with distinctive black pepper, rosemary, and smoke notes.  Fresh volcanic minerality is evident, framing juicy black cherry and black raspberry fruit, and supple, ripe tannins.  At once reminiscent of Etna reds, Northern California Syrah, and the … Continue reading ...
Fri, 19 Sep 2014
Notes on the Wine Road: JT’s Dispatch from California, Day 2
What a Day! Heitz We were fortunate enough to visit the historic winery instead of the tasting room.  We were greeted by Harrison Heitz, third generation of this great estate.  Heitz Martha’s Vineyard was, in 1968, the first single vineyard … Continue reading ...
Fri, 19 Sep 2014
Notes on the Wine Road: JT’s Dispatch from California, Day 1
As many of you know, JT Robertson, our General Manager, is currently embarked on an epic journey to California, visiting producers and generally immersing himself in the wine culture of Sonoma and Napa.  We’ll be blogging his notes as we … Continue reading ...
Fri, 19 Sep 2014
Eben Sadie: Swartland’s Soft-Spoken Revolutionary
If you’ve been receiving our email offers, you know that we think Swartland, South Africa is a big deal.  We were fortunate enough to host Eben Sadie, the great luminary of Swartland wine, at a wonderful dinner this past Sunday.   … Continue reading ...
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