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  • Incidentally, some interesting commentary by John Gilman in response to a ... ... to a ... St. Émilion Grand Cru (4/21/2014)I'm not really sure where to go from here with this producer though: the estate famously was asleep at the wheel from the mid-60's until it was sold in 1997, and the wines since then are a) Rolland-spoofed b) too young a... Read More

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  • Vieil Armand Alsace Grand Cru Gewurztraminer Grand Cru Ollwiller 2007

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    Wine review by martins2002


  • Hi!My great love is Burgundy, red and white, let's say from the permier Cru and Grand Cru level. Germany: ther I love dry white Rieslings, priced about 20 - 30 USD: About Portugal: surely vintage port (2011 was a knockout vintage and still priced quite reasonably (but not cheap, let's say 90 $), futher, there are very good wines from the Douro v... Read More

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  • Château Pipeau Red Bordeaux Blend St. Émilion Grand Cru 2011

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    Wine review by Calamus


  • Château Teyssier Red Bordeaux Blend St. Émilion Grand Cru 2010

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    excellent for the price. a find Read More

    Wine review by theyman


  • William Fevre Chablis Grand Cru les Preuses 2011

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    Wine review by puhnner


  • Wine sellers and producers have usually special packagings to send this abroad, they also use special companies instead of Laposte (French public posting service),You might as well ask for a guarantee for the seller in case if the wine is corked or frozen..etcI have my own company in Denmark from where I ship Champagne to some other countries, a... Read More

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  • How much will you pay for the shipping and import fee, if any, as opposed to what you would pay for buying a bottle locally? Also, as mentioned, storage is an issue so if you're shipping in winter, you want it to avoid freezing and if in summer, you want to avoid cooking it. Wine importers make arrangements for such things but a single bottle br... Read More

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  • Thanks for your replies so far. I have not purchased the wine yet but I have been assured it has been cellared correctly at a cool temperature for all of these years.It is still a gamble though as I would be importing it from France with no real guarantees, just what I've been told. I have found this wine at retailers for upwards of £150 a bottl... Read More

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  • Hi Lucifer, The "motto" of this kind of wine is : The longer, the better, which is a synonym of patience as well, at least it is how we do it in France :)You should just keep it in a basement, no light, avoid humidity and too cold storage (I guess that you already know that but to be fair it is my first comment on the forum :) )Regards :) Read More

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