Classic Wines

(706)453-4180 1210 Commerce Dr # 115
Greensboro, Utrecht
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  • One of the oldest producers around, Caves Jean Bourdy has been making wine since 1475 in Arlay, Jura. We’re talking the Late Middle Ages. The mind reels. Currently run by 15th generation Jean Philippe and Jean-François, the brothers Bourdy make wine with respect to their tradition. Lucky for evolved-wine enthusiasts, the domaine has accumulated... Read More

    From the article Caves Jean Bourdy


  • A bunch of people are gathering in San Francisco for a conference this week, and I was wondering what any of you think are the best food and wine experiences in the City right now. Am interested in bars, cafes, proper restaurants, what have you, and locations as far as southern Marin, the East Bay and Palo Alto or other spots on the southern pen... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Best food and wine...


  • Well folks, it looks like summer is here! When I was younger I spent my summers in Europe. It’s kind of funny how summer seems like the only time of the year that we can take a break from routine and embrace the Mediterranean way of life.  The easy appeal of simple meals and laid-back evenings, just enjoying the company of friends, and a lovely ... Read More

    From the article Rene Barbier Wines


  • Pinot Noir has a long history in Sonoma County. Long before Miles and Jack left much of Santa Barbara in shambles in the movie Sideways, growers in Sonoma were working out the wheres and whys of Pinot Noir. While being famously fickle, Pinot at the same time is very expressive, potentially developing a great array of signature notes that change... Read More

    From the article Sonoma Pinot Noir


  • Hi All,My wife and I are packing up our 7 month old daughter and taking a trip out to Napa/Sonoma. We are staying in Sonoma for 2 full days/3 nights. Does anyone have any recommendations of excellent activities, wineries and restaurants? If any of you have been with babies, and can give us some pointers, I would also greatly appreciate it.Thanks... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Sonoma/Napa tips?


  • Bodega Septima Red Blend 2005

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    There I was in the Parilla Pena, my favorite grill in BA, with three friends, when I discovered Septimo Dia. Parilla Pena (pronounced Pen-ya) is a legendary lunch favorite for Portenos who are lawyers, judges and businessmen, cause the courts are close by. It is special, amazing and not a tourist trap. Every November and December I go and rent a... Read More

    Wine review by Mr Malbec


  • I've just returned from the International Malbec Days in Cahors, a festival meant to elevate the profile of "original" Malbec, and offer insight into the relationship between old world and new world expressions of the varietal.I'll be writing more about both the trip and the region, but for now, I wanted to offer highlights. I had limited exposu... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Cahors Malbec


  • Tenuta Valdipiatta is a property full of surprises, the first of which is the road one takes to get there. Well, let me clarify that: If, like me, you assume you know where you are and where you’re going, you might end up on a distinctly rough road that leads, via the vineyard roads, right to the Tenuta. Now, this road -- the wrong road -- i... Read More

    From the article The Wines of Tenuta Valdipiatta


  • The world of wine is a-changing. One of the most exciting changes is the move to wines that embody the spirit of their homeland. As we all search out great values, it’s no surprise that the wines of Spain are on everyone’s radar. With a festive culture built around sharing the best of life, the Spanish lifestyle fits in with our busy lives, and ... Read More

    From the article The Taste of Tapena


  • This week’s installment of "stuffing your cellar on a Happy Meal budget" takes a look at grapes instead of regions. While both of our chosen grapes, Grenache and Syrah, excel in France's Rhone Valley, they also have found a happy home in many other regions. In Grenache's case, that includes (not surprisingly) its Spanish homeland. Syrah, on the... Read More

    From the article Stocking Up on Syrah


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