Mastroberardino is another winery that seems to have found an extra gear or two over the last few years. The Taurasis remain the flagships, but readers should also pay close attention to the entry-level whites in this range. All of… Continue reading
Back in the early 1990’s when I worked at The Burgundy Wine Company in Manhattan, was the first time I was treated to the wines of Bernard Morey, the doyen of Chassagne Montrachet. This is what the Newsletter written by… Continue reading
It is time to lift our spirits and the best way I know to do that is with a glass of Champagne. Virus be dammed! I have a crazy deal today on Nicolas Feuillatte
Brut Reserve Champagne. At this price… Continue reading
e Crochet name is synonymous with Sancerre. Lucien is the most famous, and most expensive, but other relatives also make wines worthy of your consideration. Today I am offering you a wine made by Dominique & Janine Crochet. Dominique inherited… Continue reading
Bouchard Aîné & Fils, founded in 1750 in Beaune, the historical heart of Burgundy, has earned acclaim for its expertise in crafting Burgundy’s treasured Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. Its cellars in the Hôtel du Conseiller du Roy, a classic 18th-century… Continue reading
The village of Margaux produces some of the most elegant and plush wines in Bordeaux. But did you know there is an island in the middle of the Gironde River, once owned by Chateau Margaux, that produces a superb wine… Continue reading
Let’s cut to the chase. You don’t buy Michel Niellon wines, you are awarded them! This venerable Domaine has a Cult Following, and with good cause. In the Land of Burgundy the greatest “TERROIR” study in the world, these are… Continue reading
Through my contacts in Bordeaux I am able to acquire wines that normally do not make it to the US. Why? They want to keep all the Best Bargains for themselves! The two Bordeaux featured here are just such an… Continue reading
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Want to drink like a millionaire for a pittance? Matrot is one of our favorite producers from Meursault. The wines are top notch. AND… Continue reading
Pineau des Charentes or simply ‘Pineau’, is a French aperitif. The drink is actually not very well known abroad, but in Charente it plays a rather important role. Pineau is fortified wine, vin de liqueur, blended of slightly fermented grape… Continue reading