AOC Fine Wines

(203) 637-4541 195 Sound Beach Avenue
Old Greenwich, CT 06870
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AOC Fine Wines (www.aocfinewines.com) is a network of small wine boutiques specialized in artisanal, organic wines. From British Columbia and Loire Valley to the Finker Lakes and Long Island, we are searching for talented winemakers who respect the delicate balance between tradition and innovation while remaining true to their terroir. Our wine club and our numerous wine tastings are a great way to discover these artists. – Description from Yoann

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  • So we have some interest in having a West Coast meet-up (or you can call it a throw-down) for Pinot.  Here's my opening proposal:  We'll do it very close to the Oakland Airport, to save those who are traveling in from out of town (like Emark and JonDerry) from having extra travel if they want to fly.  This would give LuchaVino a chance to attend... Read More

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  • The world of wine can generally be split into two halves, the familiar and the new, two pieces of a whole that keeps us excited and satisfied. Interestingly there is some similarity between the two. With the familiar we discover new vintages and producers with some regularity, while the new is all based on those moments of discovery. Of course a... Read More

    From the article Latest Greek White Wines


  • Hi Guys:In my ongoing saga of trying to learn how to cook, I'm planning on giving lobster thermidor a whirl soon. I'd like to pair it with 2-3 wines, mostly as a pairing experiment to see which works best. Any ideas? I was thinking I could potentially combine the dinner with the vintage VS NV champagne combo I've been meaning to do...other ideas... Read More

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  • As you can read HERE, I was quite a big fan of most 2012 barrel samples from Moueix on the Right Bank in Bordeaux. 2012 is generally not an en primeur purchase, but some wines seem worth the ticket. For example, Chateau Trotanoy, one of the wines of the vintage - correctly scored by the still Almighty One, Bob Parker - was almost gone before any... Read More

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  • Hi Snooth. Recently i find a bottle of Monbazillac wine in the supermarket, but the label was a little confussing. There was no name, no domine or chateau. Only the aoc and the vintage appear in the  label. How common is this. Should i take this wine seriously Read More

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  •  Over the course of the last few months, the Bordeaux 2009′s have started hitting the shelves. With hot, dry weather throughout the growing season, this vintage has been receiving great reviews. Willow Park Wines here in Calgary, AB brought the 09′s out last Friday night and offered customers a chance to taste a nice line up of them at their ann... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Quick review of 2009 Bordeaux


  • I taste a lot of wine, both for work and pleasure.  I would like to get better at it, but I don't know how.   While I am able to pick out varietals, and often, even regions, pretty accurately, I want more than that. I want to be able to pick out all of the wine's nuances, both on the nose and on the palate.  Often when I am tasting I find that o... Read More

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  • Is Mont Sant the next big area in the wine world?  Read More

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  • In light of the ever-increasing prices of so-called Rhône blends from the Southern Rhône, it's time to look for alternatives. The Languedoc-Roussillon produces wines based on many of the same grape varieties as one finds in the Southern Rhône and its former north-eastern limit, the Costières de Nîmes appellation, has even been swallowed up the R... Read More

    From the article 5 Top Languedoc-Roussillon Producers


  • Wine tasting is an adventure. The thrill of discovering that new great value is one of the things that keeps us going. But with a deluge of new releases each year it can be a daunting world to explore. How was this vintage, that producer, or that region? So much to remember, so much to understand!Well, the WSJwine Discovery Club is here to answe... Read More

    From the article WSJwine from The Wall Street Journal


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