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New Wine
February 24, 2013

 

2010 Domaine Saint Damien Gigondas Les Souteyrades
80% Grenache and 20% Mourvedre
The 2010 Gigondas Les Souteyrades (from 60+ year old vines) is composed of 80% Grenache and 20% Mourvedre aged in wood foudres, and, like its siblings, is bottled unfined and unfiltered. Dense blueberry and black raspberry notes intermixed with notions of wet steel, crushed rocks, lavender, licorice and a hint of truffles emerge from this rich, medium to full-bodied effort. With good acidity and sweet tannin, it should drink well for 10-12 years. – Robert Parker – 93 Points.

2010 Domaine Servin Chablis Grand Cru Blanchots
Pale yellow color. Aromas of lime, peach, sea breeze, minerals, and lemon. Palate is crisp and clean with a saline note behind sweet lime, peach, lemon zest, and chalk notes that carry into a long, mineral-infused, sweet-tart finish. Very classy wine! Delicious!

2010 Donelan Syrah "Walker Vine Hill"
100% Syrah fermented 45% whole cluster and aged 18 months in French barriques (25% new), blueberry and licorice explode from the glass. This is an intense wine and as aromatically interesting as ever with cassis, anise, its classic blueberry, and herb encrusted roast game. The mouth feel is a textural representation of silk if there ever was one but with focus and tension on the finish. This wine is a fruit lover’s dream but neither over done nor exhausting:
another beauty.

 

Last Updated on February 24, 2013
 
2009 Larkmead Cabernet Sauvignon
May 03, 2012

Everyone's favorite Larkmead Cabernet Sauvignon is here. Unfortunately, because of the short supply, we only managed to secure one case for entire 2009 Larkmead Cabernet Sauvignon vintage, and at the moment we only have 6 bottles left and when its gone, its gone. We only offer this gem by the glass, or you can use our Enomatic machine and get a taste. So hurry up and get here!

 

"Deep ruby red. Ripe black fruits dominate the aroma - cassis, blackberry and dark cherry with floral violet, dark spicy soy and classic mint notes. Supple red fruits open the palate then a solid dense core of mixed black fruit and peripheral plum and kirsch flavors. With aeration the gravelly Larkmead character emerges competing for attention with further layers of chewy opulent dark fruit. Broad and densely-structured tannins provide grip and dimension to the back end. Nice fresh lift and persistency to the finish.
More fruit-driven than its 2008 predecessor, there's plenty of striking Larkmead character evident, but at this early stage it's partially buried under these waves of irresistible supple fruit, such is the 2009 vintage signature. With two to four years of bottle development, I'd expect the full vineyard character to assert itself as we've seen with our 2007 Cabernet, to which this new release is most comparable. Don't be afraid to tuck a few bottles away for ten to twelve years' cellaring as this vintage has all the ingredients to mature beautifully in bottle." Robert Parker - 95 Points

 

 

Last Updated on May 03, 2012
 
New Food Menu
October 23, 2011

Check out our new Food Menu with lots of new delicious items added!

Last Updated on October 23, 2011
 
2009 Alto Moncayo Campo de Borja Garnacha
October 23, 2011

The wait is over! Everybody's favorite is back with new vintage!

Those that have been with us since the beginning know that the Alto Moncayo Campo de Borja Garnacha has always been one of our most prized and popular wines. Well, after a brief hiatus (though, in our opinions, one, which was just far too lengthy), this stunning example of Spanish Garnacha is back on our enomatic machines and ready for tasting. Come experience its deep black fruit aromas, fantastic complexity, and subtle but smooth tannins. You won't be disappointed!

This is a wine that showcases the indigenous Garnacha grape variety. A 100% “mountain” Garnacha wine, made from old vines ranging from 40 to 65 years old, and showing the distinctive touch of Australian oenologist, Chris Ringland.
A dense, deep cherry-red coloured wine, there is definite complexity on the nose, with black fruit aromas and balsamic and toasty notes complemented by a certain rusticity imbuing character. Structured and flavoursome on the palate, it reveals fine, very slightly bitter tannins bolstered by the decisive contribution of top-quality oak. Aged for 18 months in oak barrels.

Last Updated on October 23, 2011
 
PERSONAL WINE TASTING WITH SOMMELIER SIMONE MARILLI on Tuesday, July 5th
June 25, 2011

The Wine Detective will be featuring another one-on-one tasting and tutorial by one of our resident wine experts. Today we announce another opportunity to taste with Simone Marilli.  Every couple of weeks we present a new selection of wines, sharing either a region or a grape varietal. For this tasting Simone offers a line-up of 5 different wines sharing the Syrah style, allowing you to experience the differences between the grape varietal when grown under certain climate and soil conditions. Our assortment will be comprised of Syrah styles from California, France and Australia.

Simone is a recent transplant from Florence, Italy, where he began his career as a Sommelier. He has experience presenting wine at such important wine industry events as the Chianti Classico Consortium Annual Previews, Vinitaly  Wine  Conventions in Verona, and the annual presentations of Guida Luca Maroni and Guida L'Espresso I Vini d'Italia to name a few. In 2007 he subsequently obtained a certification for Master of Technique of Advanced Wine Service.

The Syrah tasting will be held on Tuesday, July 5th anytime from 5:00 pm to 10:00pm, costing $25 per person and lasting for about an hour. Small groups are welcome. You will have an opportunity to purchase certain food pairings at a discounted price to compliment the tasting. Reservations are not necessary but strongly recommended.

On Tuesday, June 21st Simone will present the following selection:

1. 2008 Mark Herold Flux Syrah Blend (Napa Valley, CA)

2. 2008 Stolpman Vineyards Estate Syrah (Santa Barbara County, CA)

3. 2007 Bonaccorsi Syrah JL (Santa Ynez Valley, CA)

4. 2007 Leeuwin Art Series Shiraz (Margaret River, Australia)

5. 2009 Perrin & Fils Vinsobres ‘Les Cornuds’ Syrah Blend (Rhone, France)

Last Updated on June 25, 2011
 
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