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Slight oak on nose; complex palate with grape flavor predominating
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History of the grape: The name derives from the floury coating on the underside of the grape leaves; “meunier’ is Fre...
British wine writer and critic, Jancis Robinson, once noted that throughout the 80’s and 90’s in the United States, C...
Pinot Noir synonym, especially in Italy. See Pinot Noir.
“With so voluptuous a perfume, so sweet an edge, they make the blood run hot,” Joel Fleischman, wine columnist at Van...
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Few beverages are as closely linked with a day of year as Champagne is with New Year’s Eve. There is just something about golden bubbles making their way up an elegant long flute that screams “let’s get this party started”. Whether you are hosting a tête-a-tête with lobster and candle light or inviting the whole block to watch the ball drop, the... Read More
Champagne really goes with everything. It’s the best wine for celebrations, to soothe heart-break, to perk up a Tuesday or to get a party started. It goes with lobster, with greasy french fries and (reluctantly) with a basket of strawberries. Sure, the consumption peaks at New Years Eve and rosé champagne gets an extra push on Valentines day. Bu... Read More
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Slight oak on nose; complex palate with grape flavor predominating Read More
a grower champagne, tiny artisanal vineyard. taste berry, high proportion of red grapes. Recommended by Andrea Immer Robinson at Telluride Wine Festival 2011 Read More
I am always impressed with how some people, mostly real wine experts have learned to pick out many specific flavors in a wine. Once in a while a specific flavor jumps out at me, which is sometimes good, sometimes bad. I remember in France, they would sell these kits with maybe 50 or more bottles, each containing different important smells to he... Read More
Layered wonderfulness. Goes beyond bubbly with ribbons of luscious, golden fruit. Read More