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Cristina and her family grow Sangiovese and Montepulciano in the Marches, a spectacularly beautiful spot in Italy right on the Adriatic coast. Brunori wines always represent great bang for the buck. Very rarely can find such pristine fruit and food friendliness in a $16 bottle of wine. This is a Tuesday night stunner!
The 2017 Valpolicella Classico is elegant, with aromas and flavors of spicy raspberries and black cherries. It’s aromatically complex, with fine aromas of blackberries, anise and Asian spices.
From an unbelievable Burgundian estate comes the 2016 Camille Giroud Gevry-Chambertin. It is a brilliant wine– dark ruby color to its core, with an expressive, complex nose that just blasts from the glass. High-toned and intensely fruity with an undercurrent of earthy goodness, its finish is long and stony, a classic Gevrey-Chambertin.
Casanuova delle Cerbaie’s 2010 has been delicious ever since its first release. However, even though we’re in 2019, this wine is still remarkably young, barely scratching the surface of what it will be. The fruit is dark and powerful with incredible length. It marries aromatic finesse and a supple, silky smooth mouthfeel.
This Cabernet Sauvignon-based blend, a rich, teeth-staining wine, which delivers way more power, fruit and finish than any other sub-$25 Cabernet that I have tasted. This is juicy, powerful Cabernet, displaying the concentration and length generally found in bottles twice its price (because the juice IS in bottles twice its price).
If you haven’t had a bottle of Pinot Noir from the Willamette Valley, it’s time to change that immediately. There’s probably no better place to start than right here. The Chad 2018 shows off the best of Oregon in 2018; fine aromatics, pretty fruit and a long, mineral backbone that makes it great at the table with anything.
Château Clinet’s gravelly soils have been producing some of the greatest Merlot-based Bordeaux since the 15th century. Sexy and lush when young then evolving to incredible levels of complexity and elegance with incredible possibility for long aging, Chateau Clinet epitomizes what makes Pomerol one of the sacred places in Bordeaux.
Winegrower Pascal Sirat farms his family’s 11 hectare of Merlot and Cabernet Franc vines, rooted in gravelly soils laced with veins of iron-rich clay. He’s got fairly old vines whose roots run very deep in the poor soil, tapping the mineral groundwater far below the surface. The resulting wines are ripe but fresh, with an aromatic complexity and stony finish usually reserved for wine twice the price.
Château Sipian is an extremely well-regarded Left Bank estate with old vines, rooted in the classic gravelly soil of Bordeaux. This creates a perfect setting for making medium bodied, aromatic Cabernet based blends that drink well young, are fantastic at the table and age gracefully in a proper cellar.
Winemaker Emeric Petit’s 2016 Chateau Tournefeuille Lalande de Pomerol coaxes complex aromas and deep flavors of black fruit with a mineral backbone that keeps the wine fresh and a candidate for long aging, just like his more expensive neighbor (Ch. Petrus) right across the way. An amazing value red bordeaux!
This incredible effort from Clos L’Eglise is a bordeaux blend comprised of 70% Merlot, 30% Cabernet Franc. It comes from the Right Bank Pomerol appellation. Winemaker and Proprietor Hélène Garcin produced one of her best efforts ever– a big, lavish, intricately woven wine that will continue to develop for years to come.
In the sixteen years that he’s been at the helm of his family’s domaine, David Reynaud has taken them from relative obscurity to now an allocated commodity that sommeliers all over NYC are fighting over. The 2017 Crozes-Hermitage is an elegant Northern Rhône Syrah which screams for lamb. Don’t miss it!