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Balthazar, Franck 2015 Cornas Casimir

One of the few "natural" winemakers in the northern Rhône, Frank Balthazar is certified organic and vinifies with wild yeasts and minimal sulfur, even producing a cuvée of Cornas without SO2. The Cuvée Casimir Balthazar is from 25% old vines in "Les Mazards" and younger vines in "La Légre." Balthazar's Cornas are aromatically beautiful with silky, pure fruit and terrific length and are never heavy or over-extracted. The 2015 Casimir Balthazar shows a dense red/black color, with elegant pure blackberry, cassis aromas with violet and stone and hints of spice, a bit closed from the recent bottling. The palate is dense and elegant, but not heavy, with firm tannins surrounding lovely pure black fruits with a beautiful core of minerals, earth and berry fruits. The finish is all stone and juicy acids. Beautiful wine - hold 5 to 8 years and drink till 2035. DL (last of stock)

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Faurie, Bernard 2001 Saint-Joseph Vieilles Vignes

A great bottle of Saint-Joseph from one of the best estates of the Northern Rhône. Old-school winemaking with great vineyard work, whole bunch fermentations with wild yeasts in open wood vats. The 2001 has pure, mature fruit and good acidity — a lovely wine of finesse that will drink well for another 5 years or so.

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Gripa 2015 Saint-Joseph Le Berceau

The Gripa Saint-Joseph "le Berceau" is from the vineyard called "Saint-Joseph" in Tournon, one of the best sites in the appellation, with the Gripas having a full-south exposure and vines planted mostly in the 1920s. The soils are granite with clay and stones. The fermentation is with 30 to 40% whole clusters, with aging in one to six year-old barrels. This is an outstanding old-vine Saint-Joseph that should ideally be cellared for about 5 years and should drink beautifully for fifteen to twenty years.

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L'Anglore (Eric Pfifferling) 2010 Tavel Rosé

Former bee-keeper Eric Pfifferling has become a great wine-maker, respected for his superb organic vineyard work as well as his careful vinifications without additives or adjustments. We have just received our small allocation of his Tavel Rosé 2010, which should be superb given the delicious 2009 — natural wine fans don't delay...!

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L'Anglore (Eric Pfifferling) 2010 Tavel Vintage

From one 600 liter demi-muid, bottled in March, 2012. 36 bottles for the US.

 

 

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L'Anglore (Eric Pfifferling) 2011 Tavel Rosé

Spicy, deep, and dark with purple fruits, strawberries, and purple flowers on the nose and palate, this is the Tavel that defies popular imagines of Tavel. The blend is as follows: Grenache, Cinsault, Carignan, and Clairette, as is the case with many full-bodied Rhône wines, some white grapes are added to lighten the blend. Truly a mind-bending rosé wine that is lightly tannic, this could pass for a light red without trying too hard... -msb

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L'Anglore (Eric Pfifferling) 2011 Tavel Vintage

From one 600 liter demi-muid, bottled in March 2012, 36 bottles for the US. This is a big wine that cries out to be viewed as serious and thus stashed away in your cellar to see where it goes after a few years. Right now it has some chocolate-y, ripe, sweet cherry notes on the nose, along with a light plumminess and spice. The finish is long with tannins that indicate good potential to age. This is an excellent wine that is unlike any other Tavel. -msb
 

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Levet, Bernard 2010 Côte-Rôtie La Chavaroche

Deep red/black color. Bright, very perfumed black fruits, violet, musk, citrus and menthol, with great purity and persistence. Ethereal and powerful. The palate is deep and firm with black fruit liqueur, raspberry, violet and saline minerals. Exceptionally long and firm in the finish, quite bright and focused. Enjoyable now for its youthful exuberance, best after 8 to 10 years. DL

"This is a vin de garde, a keeping wine, par excellence — it has the nobility of that. Tannins are well present and offer steel to the wine. From 2018. STGT (terroir) wine — lovely harmony in mid-palate. Drink until 2034-36" DrinkRhone.com

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Levet, Bernard 2012 Côte-Rôtie La Chavaroche

(Mostly from Petite Sérine planted in the 1950s on Chavaroche, a superb parcel of granite and schist soils with clay and sand, (just west of Côte Brune) a very warm terraced plot sheltered from the north wind. Whole-bunch fermentation, aged one year in old barrels, one year in 15% new, 85% old casks.) The 2012 Chavaroche shows the complex aromas of fine Côte-Rôtie with red-currant, black cherry, blackberry, plum and citrus, with earth and "hung game". Earthy red and black fruits on the palate with plum and violet, chalky and dense but not heavy - balanced, showing the brightness of the vintage. This should age beautifully, but it will be lovely early drinking as well due to the bright, silky fruit. Bravo!

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Michel, Robert 2006 Cornas La Geynale

Based mostly from vines in the La Geynale parcel on Reynards planted in 1910. Still youthful brick red/black; lovely cherry, tart berry and blood orange fruit with violet, pepper, musk and stone. Citrusy acids on the palate, not at all heavy, with smoky floral red fruits, earth and stone with a hint of lifting volatility. This is an elegant, silky, burgundian Côte-Rôtie that will benefit from 3 to 5 more years of cellaring, or decant and drink now with a steak! On day two this is still showing very firm structure and acidity - give this wine some time, probably best 2020 to 2030.

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Rousset 2015 Crozes-Hermitage Les Picaudières

Les Picaudières is perhaps the best vineyard in Crozes-Hermitage, formerly owned by Raymond Roure and now tended by Stéphane Rousset. It's a steep slope of granite terraces, isolated in an oak forest facing due south and protected from the wind. (In the opinion of Livingston-Learmonth in "Wines of the Northern Rhône" wine from Les Picaudières is "certainly better" than many Hermitage from the eastern part of the hill.) The vines range from 20 to 80 years-old. The grapes are hand-harvested and mostly de-stemmed. The wine ages 16 months, 40% in foudre, 60% in burgundy barrels, new to 5 year-old.  "Les Picaudières 2015  was harvested on September 21st,  after a very dry period in late August. The vines profited from the rains in September to finish the maturation" said Stéphane, givng grapes in perfect condition at 13% alcohol. The 2015 shows a deep red/black color with elegant aromas of blackberry, black cherry, bitter chocolate, black olive earth and menthol. The palate shows bright berry liqueurs with deeper earthy black fruits , black pepper, cocoa and mineral flavors with ample tannins and a long saline finish of black fruits and firm acidity. This is a superb northern Rhône Syrah that can be enjoyed young, especially with grilled foods, but best to wait five to ten years and drink until 2035 and beyond. Highly recommended.   David Lillie

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Souhaut, Herve 2011 La Souteronne Gamay

The word "unique," grossly overused in the world of wine, seems totally applicable in the case of this northern Rhône Gamay from Souhaut, both because folks in the northern Rhône typically grow Syrah, and because of the sheer expression of the wine, which is far more "Rhône-ish" than it is "Gamay-ish." Aged in old Burgundy barrels, the wine is herbal and spicy, and on the second day open it offers some of the aromas of a bitter herb laced Amaro mingling with ripe, sweet Bing cherries. On the palate, the wine is quite structured and, again, shows better on day two than on day one; we think this fact bodes well for the wine's capacity to age in for a few years. This is a fascinating bottle for Northern Rhône lovers and Gamay lovers alike. -msb

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Texier 2007 Brezeme Pergaud Vieilles Vignes

"This wine has concentration without extraction and really expresses its Brezeme terroir. The old serines show their pedigree and the wine is already drinking well but also has good aging potential. Of course there was no de-stemming and it was aged for 28 months in 3 demi-muids and 3 Burgundy barrels. 180 cases." Eric Texier

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Texier 2009 Saint-Joseph la Croix VV

We're very happy to have a tiny quantity of Eric Texier's Saint Joseph! From 60 year-old "petite serine" vines on granite and granitic sand (arzelles) in the northern part of Saint-Joseph, near Serrieres. 20 to 30% de-stemmed, 15-day macertion, no extraction, wild-yeast fermentation. 18 months on the lees in 1 — 3 year-old barrels, no SO2 before bottling, no filtration, 1200 bottles produced. Eric's notes "Red fruit nose in it's youth (cherries, raspberries). Rich, meaty, smokey perfume of northern Rhône Syrah. Best time for drinking: young (1 — 3 years) and then wait until 7-8 years-old. At that time the flavor profile will be more mineral (grafite, ink)."

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Texier 2010 Brezeme Pergaud Vieille Serine

Black/red color, aromas of black cherry, blackberry, violets, crushed stone, smoke and musk. Really quite elegant and intriguing. The palate is tight and mineral, dense but not at all heavy, with a great finish of chalky black fruits and slightly bitter acids. My guess is that this will need about 5 years to really open and should drink beautifully until at least 2030, when it will be an interesting comparison to the Gonon 2010 Saint-Joseph. Highly recommended!

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Dupasquier 2010 Roussette de Savoie Marestel (Altesse)

The 2010 is expressively aromatic with notes of  wildflower, papaya, toasted hazelnuts, and hints of bergamot. The palate is rich and giving with heady flavors of smoked pineapple, herbs, honeycomb, and citrus. Firm minerality carries the fleshy tropical fruit flavors through an extraordinarily long finish. Powerful and finessed, this bottle deserves a place on your dinner table alongside shellfish, grilled fish with creamy herb sauce, or a traditional raclette. Amanda Bowman

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Macle 2007 Côtes du Jura Blanc

Macle is a mysterious and highly praised producer in Chateau-Chalon. The wines are hard to come by, very traditional, and ideal for the ardent Jura fanatic. The blend here is 85% Chardonnay and 15% Savagnin. The nose is marked by the unmistakable tang of voile, nutty and funky, and crying out for Comte. The palate is rich with very high acidity. Again, this bottle, from an iconic producer, is highly recommended for Jura white wine lovers. -msb

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Villet, Gerard & Christine 2015 Arbois Savagnin (Ouille)

The 2015 resonates with comforting aromas of creamy walnuts, smoke, red apple, and gingerbread spice upon opening. With time lifted aromas of  genepy and subtle mountain herbs emerge to reveal a wine that's playful but rooted in rich tradition. The palate is tightly knit with gripping acidity, spice, and delicious salty minerals. There is the faintest toasted walnut note on the mid-palate but the finish is all refreshing, mineral acidity. -AB

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Beaufort (Amaury) 2015 Bourgogne Tonnerre Côte de Junay

Amaury Beaufort, with help from his brothers, is making superb natural wines in Tonnerre on steep hillsides with Kimmeridgian soils near the village of Junay. (Northwest of the city of Tonnerre) Cête de Junay is a steep  parcel requiring all vineyard work by hand. Yields are about 15 hl/ha, at 11.5% in 2015. The wine shows delicate but complex aromas of lime-flower, dried white fruits, almond and stone with hints of chamomile and dried herbs. The palate is crystalline and bone dry with citrus, stone and dried pear - light, but with great density and length and finishing with stone, anise, pear and lemon peel over saline minerals. No added SO2. Congratualtions to the Beauforts for this unique and scintillating wine! Serve with oysters, sushi, fresh goat cheeses, grilled sole or cod.

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Chantal Lescure 2016 Pommard Les Vignots

From south-facing vines situated on the right hill of Pommard, on the Beaune side, in a terroir of clay-marl. These 35 year-old vines grow in high elevation, about 330 meters above sea-level. The grapes are hand harvested and undergo a long fermentation in stainless steel tanks, punched-down and vatted for 18-25 days. The wine ages in a cold cellar on lees in barrels, 30% of which is new oak. The 2016 features a melody of tobacco leaf, green pepper and red currant on the nose, elegantly followed by black pepper and cherry. The palate is fresh and dense with ripe plum and rich, velvety notes of licorice and blackberry. The 2016 is a Pommard of delightful acidity and ripe, plump texture, and these notes should shine through even more in a few years of cellaring. John David Crosby

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Domaine Jean Fournier 2017 Marsannay Cuvee St Urbain Rouge

Marsannay has historically been the loneliest of stepchildren among the villages of Burgundy. There are no classed vineyards and its northerly location made achieving ripeness a challenge in difficult vintages. But the current crop of Burgundy fanatics know that Marsannay is a hotbed of innovation and that the best domaines are as great as any in the region when it comes to producing wines of terroir. Laurent Fournier may not be the household name that his best friend Sylvain Pataille is, but the wines at Fournier are just as distinct and great as those of Pataille. The 2017 Cuvee Saint Urbain comes from vines planted largely in 1975, vinified with about 25% whole clusters and aged in wood (15% new) and concrete. It's a clear perfect snapshot of Marsannay, full of juicy red and blue fruit, a touch of baking spice, hoisin and a cool mineral spine. But then there is the lift and buoyancy of the lovely '17 vintage - the wine is full of energy, even weightless, making not only satisfying but fun to drink. I dare you not to finish the bottle in one sitting.   Sam Ehrlich

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Lafouge 2009 Auxey-Duresses 1er Cru Climat du Val

Lafouge makes three 1er Cru Auxey-Duresses, Les Duresses, La Chapelle and Climat du Val. Les Duresses is often the most forward, but tasted last February the south-facing Climat du Val seemed the most finished and ready to ship. The aromas are intense chalky raspberry and cherry, the palate is complex and earthy with cherry and red currant fruit and terrific length. This is an elegant and balanced Burgundy that will drink well for many years, a great value, too!

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Magnien, Stephane 2014 Morey-Saint-Denis

The young and very talented Stephane Magnien is producing delicious, old fashioned Burgundies from his beautifully tended vineyards in and around Morey-Saint-Denis. The estate has never used herbicides and uses a plowing regimen designed to force the roots deeper into the limestone bedrock. The "village" wine is always one of my favorite recommendations in Burgundy due to its elegance, balance, lovely fruit and great value. The 2014 is particularly beautiful, with lovely aromas of strawberry liqueur, black raspberry, violet, blood orange - very floral with hints of earth, brown spice and oak. Great balance of firm acidity and ripe fruit with a touch of oak on the palate showing strawberry, blackberry, citrus and spice over a core of mineral flavors that linger in the long finish. This delicious young Burgundy is lovely to drink now but has all the elements for great medium-term aging - wait a few years then drink until 2030...

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Mugnier, Jacques-Frédéric 2008 Nuits-Saints-Georges 1er Cru Clos de la Marechale

"Freddy" Mugnier is well known for his Chambolle Musigny wines but his family has owned the reknowned Nuits St Georges 1er Cru "Clos de la Marechale" for generations. For many years it was leased out to Faiveley. Mugnier regained control of the property in 2004 and now the wine shows the finesse of his impeccable work as a winegrower. Red and blue fruits and the spice of Nuits St Georges, great balance and acidity. At a trade tasting in autumn it was the favorite of several Chambers St employees. This wine is good to drink now or over the next 10 years.

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Mugnier, Jacques-Frédéric 2011 Nuits-St-Georges 1er Cru Clos de la Maréchale

Since Fred Mugnier regained possession of the Clos de la Maréchale vineyard in 2004 the wine has improved every year. His elegant and delicate style is so different from the old fashioned, rustic wine from the years when Faiveley made the Maréchale. The 2011 version is absolutely ravishing—it has great fruit up-front, real persistence of flavor, delicacy, and a long finish with a lovely tangy acidity on the finish. This is a great year for Clos de la Maréchale. JBT

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Vignes du Maynes (Julien Guillot) 2016 Mâcon Rouge Cuvée 910

This special cuvée is a commemoration of eleven hundred years of winemaking, the vineyards in the Clos des Vignes du Maynes having been planted around AD 900 and wine first produced for the Abbey of Cluny around 910. This "medieval" wine is a field blend of Chardonnay, Gamay and Pinot Noir, including the old varieties Gamay Petit Grain and Pinot Fin. The grapes were transported in carts pulled by Charolais bulls, then pressed by foot, vinified and aged without sulfur and bottled by hand in the spring. The 2016 Cuvée 910 was a bit awkward on arrival last winter, but has settled down to sing it's light and lovely song. The wine is showing a light red/garnet color. There's a bit of reduction then lovely raspberry and wild strawberry aromas with hints of citrus, spice and rose. The palate shows subtle cherry and raspberry fruit with floral, stone and citrus flavors. The finish is long, sapid and intriguing with bright berry fruits, earth and saline notes - quite lovely and a good match with fish in sauce, white meats, charcuterie, mild cow cheeses. NO added SO2, best consumed the day opened.  David Lillie

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