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A Romantic Letter to Puglia: The Wines of Francesco Marra
I have never been. I imagine Puglia as a wild and rustic landscape, dry and dusty, where hearty folk live in stone houses with conical roofs and the limestone cliffs fall dramatically into the Adriatic Sea. A hot climate, where the sun beats down and scorches the red earth, and everything that grows
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Superb New Arrivals  from the Loire Valley: 2017 Vouvrays of Michel Autran and 2018 Special Cuvées from Philippe Tessier!
We first met the affable and intelligent Michel Autran many years ago when he was working with our friend François Pinon in Vouvray, and we were glad to hear that he had obtained parcels of old vines of his own, on great terroir, in 2011.  We've happily purchased his wines every year since 2013
Jan 17 2020
The Beautiful Natural Wines of Christian Ducroux: 2019 "Prologue," Plus a Few From the Basement!
Just arrived is Christian Ducroux' glorious 2019 Vin de France "Prologue!"  This superb "nouveau" comes mostly from a separate high altitude parcel always giving a beautifully low-alcohol wine that is fabulously delicious and refreshing. "Faites des vins peu alcoolisés avec un joli parfum"
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Alternative Piedmont
For all the ink spilled on the King and Queen of Piedmont (Barolo and Barbaresco), there is a world of fascinating wines from lesser known grapes made by diligent and soulful farmers that capture our attention just as much. Below is a list of some of our favorites, embodying all we care about at Cha
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Off-Dry January: You Can Do It!
As you determine what resolutions to make and which ones to break, we here at Chambers Street Wines have made a resolute commitment to an OFF-Dry January, wherein we enjoy the myriad pleasures of off-dry wines (and ciders): lower alcohol, incredible food-pairing ability, and at the end of the day (o
Jan 14 2020
Rhone Varieties from the New World
I've always found it curious that many of the most popular wines from the New World were inspired by wines from cool, or relatively cool climate regions like Burgundy and Bordeaux. It seems to me that the California sunshine and balmy Australian summers call out for the sun-loving varieties of the R
Jan 13 2020
New Arrivals from Old Friends: Ch. Lapuyade (Jurançon), Eric Laguerre (Côte du Roussillon) and Thierry Navarre (Saint-Chinian)!
We're happy to have back in stock the outstanding wines from these three over-achieving domains in the south of France, each one producing authentic wines of terroir be it from the foothills of the Pyrenees, the high-elevation granite soils of the Roussillon or the mountainside schists of Saint-Chin
Jan 10 2020
New and Natural from Alsace
Whenever I begin speaking about Alsace, I never fail to mention that the region sees over 300 days of sunshine a year. This helps to explain why Alsatians are so friendly and also why the area is so well-suited for making natural wines. Organic and Biodynamic farming is relatively easy in this uniqu
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Rosés of Winter, Blooming Now at Chambers Street!
Back in 2011, our friend Eric Asimov wrote an article about  rosés in winter ("A Rosé Can Bloom in Winter, Too" January 24, 2011) in which he said "More than any other wine, rosés suffer from a sort of seasonal affective disorder. Near the end of summer, sales begin to slow. By winter they are
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