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Beyond Pinot Noir and Chardonnay: The “other” grapes of Burgundy

Beyond Pinot Noir and Chardonnay: The “other” grapes of Burgundy

Burgundy is famous for two grapes: Pinot Noir (for red wines) and Chardonnay (for white). But scratch the surface and there’s lots more going on...
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Flatiron’s Guide to Burgundy’s Rosé Wines: Bourgogne Rosé in a Nutshell

Flatiron’s Guide to Burgundy’s Rosé Wines: Bourgogne Rosé in a Nutshell

Rosé from Burgundy doesn't get the hype of whites and reds from the same region. But why? The wines are delicious, ageable, and singular--everything we could ask for in great wines of terroir. Let's find some answers together!
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The Complete Guide to Saint-Joseph

The Complete Guide to Saint-Joseph

Even putting aside those special wines, St. Joseph is able to offer something unique: a Northern Rhone Syrah that typically offers more drinkability, more vibrancy and more liveliness than its famous cousins.
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2017 Burgundy Vintage: A Follow-Up

2017 Burgundy Vintage: A Follow-Up

Jeff did this great, early review of the vintage, which now seems prescient. Today and tomorrow only, the New York store is having an online sale on 2017 Burgundies, here.

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Barolo Buying Guide

Barolo Buying Guide

After our tour of all the Barolo villages, it's time to get down to the business of buying the best Barolo. We've compiled a few lists, here, with all the producers you need to know to get your cellar stocked.
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Barolo Breakdown, Part 7: The Other Barolo Villages

Barolo Breakdown, Part 7: The Other Barolo Villages

One of these villages has one of the hottest, most sought after producers of today, Burlotto. Another has a very exciting producer making some very special wines, Elvio Cogno. And there are definitely other secrets to unearth, so read on!

 

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The Barolo Breakdown, Part 6: Serralunga d’Alba

The Barolo Breakdown, Part 6: Serralunga d’Alba

Serralunga is the only village that is more Barolo than Barolo itself. 

Barolo, the DOC, may get its name from Barolo, the village, but the essence of Barolo – its power, its structure, its nuance, its cherry fruit, its aromas – is found more in Serralunga than anywhere else. 

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Flatiron's Guide to Barolo

Flatiron's Guide to Barolo

We’re going to take you through the story of why Barolo is so special, and how and why it is that the world finally figured that out.

Then we’re going to treat it just like Burgundy by touring all of Barolo’s villages, highlighting what is special about each of them.

We’ll talk about all the important Crus and producers, and of courses there will be plenty of specific buying recommendations along the way. 

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Can You Age Beaujolais?

Can You Age Beaujolais?

Beaujolais is delicious on release but the best Beaujolais, especially from the top Beaujolais Crus, age beautifully and should be a part of any reasonably priced cellar. Here's why...
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The Future of Beaujolais Wine

The Future of Beaujolais Wine

No wine region is more exciting right now than Beaujolais. 

Check out this list of the top 5 trends in Beaujolais, now!

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Beaujolais and the Rise of Natural Wines

Beaujolais and the Rise of Natural Wines

20 years ago, “natural wine” was the freaky stuff drunk after-hours in Williamsburg and the East Village. Today, collectors around the world chase bottles of natural wine as passionately as DRC – and pay top dollar for some of them.

Where did natural wine come from, and how did it spread so far and so fast? 
In a word: Beaujolais! 

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Flatiron's Guide to Austrian Wine, Part 5: Austria Looking Forward

Flatiron's Guide to Austrian Wine, Part 5: Austria Looking Forward

Austria is not just a tiny place with time honored traditions and amazing terroir. It is a model for the future of wine. Their remarkable renaissance, taking them from bulk wine blenders to quality wine wunderkinds, was just the beginning. For a glimpse of the future of wine, look no further than Austria!
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