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08.28.2014 | Inside this Week’s Tasting: Cracking the Mysteries of Timorasso

The other night, after acknowledging that this August’s welcome yet unseasonably cool temperatures might warrant something other than Muscadet or rose, I scanned our Italian section for something with a bit more weight. Not quite ready for red, ...
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08.28.2014 | Contrast of Terroir: Champagne Salon & Chartogne-Taillet

I do not have the pleasure of drinking Salon Champagne all that often. The first time I tasted the 1996, five years ago at the bar of Cru on Christmas Eve, was a complete surprise. My dining companion and I were content with a mature JJ Prum Auslese, ...
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08.11.2014 | Germany 2013 Vintage: The Beauty of Contrast

There's been some intense discussion about the 2013 vintage in Germany. Reviews and notes from reputable sources have been published—try View from the Cellar and Mosel Fine Wines—and prominent importers Terry Theise, Rudi Wiest, and Vom Boden have ...
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08.09.2014 | Edges of Burgundy: Savigny-les-Beaune

This is the next installment in a series of blog posts called Edges of Burgundy that explores some of the under-appreciated villages of Burgundy.  We have already covered St. Aubin and Santenay.  Today we look at Savigny-les-Beaune. Of the villages ...
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08.08.2014 | Tasting 2013 and 2012 Raveneau with the Raveneaus: Truax begins his Burgundy Trip at the top

Chablis is an iconic wine.  Chablis is one of the most famous names in wine.  For a long time Chablis was misused and abused as a generic name for dry white wine - especially from California.  This drove the poor growers in Chablis crazy. Just like ...
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The New York Times' Wine School with Eric Asimov: Chablis

It's time again for Wine School with Eric! This month's focus is on chardonnay and, more specifically, Chablis. Beginning with Eric's official selections and beyond, Chablis is one of our favorite regions in France so we know that you'll have no problem finding something to love from our selections!

W. Fevre, Chablis, 2012

Fevre is now generally ranked with Dauvissat and Raveneau among the elite of Chablis. But unlike those others, Fevre produces an accessible, every-day priced Chablis that makes great summer drinking!

Orange Label

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