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11.23.2014 | Patrick Piuze and John B. Truax tasting in Chablis

Our last stop in Chablis was with Patrick Piuze, a 41 year old French Canadian who found his way to Burgundy.  He worked the harvest for Franck Grux at Olivier Leflaive in 2000.   Grux was so impressed with his hard work and enthusiasm he was ...
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11.20.2014 | Beaujolais Nouveau Done Right: Pierre-Marie Chermette

It’s easy to dismiss the Beaujolais Nouveau as marketing hype. After all, there’s a lot of marketing, and there’s a lot of hype! But there is also something joyous and wonderful about tasting incredibly fresh and fruity red wines from the vintage ...
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11.02.2014 | Pascal Janvier's Coteaux du Loir "Cuvée du Rosier" 2013 -- Summer wines in Autumn!

Pineau d'Aunis from a Kermit Lynch producer -- delicious even as the mercury falls! It's cold and rainy out and we decided to make a big batch of chili with meat and vegetables from the Farmer's Market.  It's a little bit spicy and definitely rich food, ...
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10.28.2014 | Meet the Winemakers: Tom and Kate Monroe from Division Winemaking Co.

The food and wine scene in Portland is thriving, and right at the helm of things are Thomas and Kate Monroe of the Division Winemaking Company. The couple met in San Francisco and after discovering their joint passion, honed their skills working in vineyards ...
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10.28.2014 | The Jura's craziest: Macvin from Montbourgeau

Mountbourgeau's Macvin!  We have this now.  What is it, you ask?  Well, it's a wine.  It's a spirit.  It's both.  It is confusing. Macvin is a traditional product of the Jura with almost a millennium of history behind it.  It is made by fermenting ...
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The New York Times' Wine School with Eric Asimov: Chianti Classico

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

Felsina, Chianti Classico Berardenga, 2011

Felsina, Chianti Classico Berardenga, 2011

Orange Label


Fontodi, Chianti Classico, 2010

One of the great Chiantis. Full-bodied but never flabby, rich in layered cherry, leather, and earth, this is one of Sangiovese's greatest representations.

Orange Label