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A new round from some of our favorite private cellars in Europe. Everything was brought over with temperature control and many of these wines are being offered by us for the first time. It's a perfect opportunity to stock up on ready-to-drink wines for the fall at reasonable prices. All wines are in stock now.
This bottle is drinking so well right now. If you can spare the money, please do your self a favor and grab one while you can. Poised on the brink of maturity, the wine offers savory, tertiary aromas of earth, roasting meat, and mushroom along with delicate, mouth-filling dried cherry flavors. Really, this is the kind of beautiful, masterfully wrought wine that defies description and lingers in one's memory for years. Make sure to give the wine ample time to decant; it will take several hours of air for it to show all it has to offer. -msb
Two Duclaux brothers have revived this traditional producer and are making fine Cote Rotie in the classic style, blending fruit from different plots (in the Coteaux du Tupin, Maison Rouge, and Coteaux du Semons); this version is 95% Syrah and 5% Viognier. Grapes are destalked, cold macerated for 10 days, fermented for up to 30 days using indigenous yeasts, and cask aged for two years, with new oak just for the 15% or so of press wine. The result in 2001, tasted today: fresh black and red fruit, earth, a bit of pepper, violets and truffley stuff; medium body, good length, youthful but damn tasty now with lively juicy fruit and Cote Rotie meatiness. It’s not a blockbuster but could handle a few more years in the cellar; it’s got all of the classic elements and the suggestion from a colleague of a glass of this and some sausage from the grill has got us all wishing for an early lunch… JW
14 hectares of vines; one red (and one white) produced. The Chateauneuf is Grenache 70%, Syrah 10%, Mourvedre 10%, and 5% Counoise and others. Aged 18 months in cement and large barrels, and bottled unfiltered.
54 hectares of vines. The Chateauneuf is Grenache 65%, Syrah 15%, Mourvedre 15%, and 5% Cinsault and others. Aged 18-20 months in concrete and large barrels, and bottled unfiltered.