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(WT010621-01) 19 NOVARESE ERBALUCE BIANKO, LE PIANE  $29.99
01/06/21 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (ITALY) 13%; erbaluce; old vines in Boca, highest of the Novara hills denominazioni. Wow, that's got a surprising fruit density for varietal and altitude. Must be the old vines talking. Seckel pear and peel./ Full, intense presence on the palate too. Fruit density accompanied by raspy fruit acidity makes for balance, entertainment, and meal-worthiness. Super long finish. Awesome, really. 17.3.
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(WT010621-02) 18 DOMAINE DE CHEVALIER CLOS DES LUNES LUNE D'ARGENT, BORDEAUX BLANC  $21.99
01/06/21 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (FRANCE BORDEAUX) 13%; 70% semillon, 30% sauvignon; from old vines in an undulating vyd within the Sauternes AOC. The body of semillon is apparent as well as the heavier soil of the Sauternes area versus Graves. Clear ring of sauvignon makes a nice contrast./ Wow, that's a rich, full bodied semillon based wine making a clear terroir statement. You can take it to the table, but I suspect it will increase in depth and complexity after another year or two in the cellar. 16.9+
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(WT010621-04) 18 ALSACE GEWURZTRAMINER, THE FURST  $15.99
01/06/21 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (FRANCE ALSACE) 13.5%; medium dry; produced at Dopff au Moulin, Riquewihr. Nice rosewater and glycerin aroma plus a nip of ginger./ Flavors confirm aromas. Modest RS supported by glycerol viscosity. A valid Alsace gewurz rendition, accurate and compatible. Correct bitter twist at the end. 16.4.
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(WT010621-05) 20 BARISTA WESTERN CAPE PINOTAGE  $15.99
01/06/21 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (SOUTH AFRICA) 13%; the original 'coffee' pinotage. It's got the coffee grounds nose. Plus mocha and a little dekk./ Yeah, mocha nibs flavor. Adequate acidity. 16.2.
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(WT010621-06) 19 BEAUJOLAIS L'ANCIEN VIEILLES VIGNES TERRES DOREES, JEAN-PAUL BRUN  $21.99
01/06/21 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (FRANCE BURGUNDY) 13%; 80+ yr old vines. Brilliant, penetrating apple-cranberry aroma. Old vines richness, density./ Yes, full flavored, rich textured, extravagant Beaujolais tout court. Not quite the awesome spread of the 2018 a couple months back, yet fully impressive in its own right. Broadens on the finish. I expect it will become even more giving as the months pass. 16.9+.
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(WT010621-07) 16 MONTINORE ESTATE RESERVE WILLAMETTE VALLEY PINOT NOIR  $28.99
01/06/21 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (U.S. WEST COAST) 13.7%; an assemblage of the best barrels. 2016 style. Tighter and tarter than the 2015, younger than the 2014 when last tasted. The material is here; third straight winning vintage of this./ Reserve richness, body, amplitude, and barrel extras. Good OR acid, of course. A shame to drink now. Even without much tannin, it needs time to spread its peacock's tail. Decidedly Burgundian. 16.6+.
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(WT010621-08) 18 NOVARESE ROSSO MAGGIORINA, LE PIANE  $21.99
01/06/21 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (I TALY) 13%; 40-100 yr old vines in Boca; nebbiolo (40%), croatina (40%), vespolina (5%) and 9 other local varieties including some whites. A neatly trimmed Novara approach to nebbiolo and friends. Depth and sweetness of 2018 lurking./ And emerging as it warms in the mouth. Wow, what a keen play of 2018 fruit sweetness and brisk Novarese acidity. Fully satisfying for current drinking. 16.7/17.0.
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(WT010621-09) 18 LANGHE NEBBIOLO PERBACCO, VIETTI  $25.99
01/06/21 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (I TALY) 14%; mostly from the Barolo and Barbaresco zones. Sweet 2018 fruit. Great power and richness of Langhe nebbiolo vs the former. The lusty, somewhat modern style of Vietti winemaker Luca Currado./ Yes, the powerful and insistent Vietti style that wins over critics. You've got to hand it to him though. It's lovely, pure nebbiolo presented in a user-friendly manner. Damn good drink. 16.7+.
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(WT010621-10) 18 ROSSO DI MONTALCINO, AZ. AGR. UCCELLIERA  $25.99
01/06/21 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (I TALY) 14%; from the estate's younger vines, aged 10 months in barrels. Same degree of alcohol but less forcefulness. This keeps it closer to the vest. The material's here. A especially ageworthy RdM./ Good brunello fruit display, always the forte of an area rosso. Good acid, fine tannin. A well proportioned, keeper rosso. Shame to drink it now. 16.7+.
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(WT010621-11) 18 COTES DU RHONE, ANNE-SOPHIE PIC & MICHEL CHAPOUTIER  $16.99
01/06/21 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (FRANCE MEDITERRANEAN) 14.5%; grenache, syrah; from Drome, Gard, Vaucluse, & Ardeche. I can see the origin range. There's plenty of the cool zones' fruit here./ Yes, well balanced, with good acidity. But clearly not a wine of place, as could be expected. 16.1.
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(WT010621-12) 16 OPTIMA DRY CREEK VALLEY ZINFANDEL  $22.99
01/06/21 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (U.S. WEST COAST) 14.9%; aged in American and French oak barrels for 16 months. Powerful and extreme DCV take on zinfandel. Dark fruited, singed, peppery./ Yes, ample raspberry and cranberry fruit. Time in cooperage spread. Very giving and satisfying. 16.7.
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(WT011321-01) 19 DOLOMITI PINOT GRIGIO TERRA ALPINA,. ALOIS LAGEDER  $15.99
01/13/21 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (I TALY) 12.5%. Forthcoming apple and paraffin aromas. Primary aromas under screwcap and still a wisp of fermentation aromas. These air off./ Yes, gathers depth and range as it airs. Intense and pleasing appley flavors. Serious substance. Floral lift on a nice, long finish. 16.7.
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(WT011321-02) 17 NAHE GRAUBURGUNDER TROCKEN, WEINGUT HEXAMER  $17.99
01/13/21 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (GERMANY) 13%; grauburgunder = pinot gris; from porphyry soil in Mittel Nahe; Terry Theise selection. Yellow apple, pear, fruit peels, paraffin, and wisp of cinnamon./ Palate adds flavors of honey and cashew. Bright acidity balances its inherent richness. The finish is long and intense. 17.0.
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(WT011321-03) 18 JULIENAS GRAND CRU ROCHE BLEUE, DOMAINE LAURENT PERRACHON  $17.99
01/13/21 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (FRANCE BURGUNDY) 13%; blue diorites make up part of the Julienas terroir. That's a proper, well-tailored, blue-fruited Julienas. Well endowed with 2018 fruit attributes but not as forthcoming at this stage as many. I like its poise./ 2018 forward fruit more apparent on the palate. Fruit juicy good acid too. It has Julienas style and makeup. Bravo. Well liked by the group. One participant named it 'wine of the evening'. 17.0+.
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(WT011321-04) 14 VILLA MARIA CELLAR SELECTION MARLBOROUGH PINOT NOIR  $29.99
01/13/21 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (NEW ZEALAND) 13.5%; from the southern valleys; aged 10 months in new & seasoned French oak barrels. Gushing fresh, brisk, cool-climate pinot character. Crisp, dark cherry abundance. Pretty much defines Marlborough pinot noir./ Both rich and racy on the palate, with a nod toward the latter. Most flavorful. Cherry, and oak seasonings. Coffee note signifies it's gathering some bottle bouquet, though, overall, it's hard to believe this is almost seven years old. Acid and screwcap make the difference. 17.0+.
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(WT011321-05) 13 LONG MEADOW RANCH FARMSTEAD SONOMA COAST PINOT NOIR  $28.99
01/13/21 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (U.S. WEST COAST) 14.3%; mainly from Anderson Valley. Well, this wine has crisp, cool SCT/ADV AVA character, plus added richness thanks to the epic 2013 vintage. Youthful still./ Yes, the warmth and suavity of pinot and 2013. Proper, compensating cool climate acidity. Wears its alcohol well. In fact, it's less full bodied than I would have imagined; therefore, more versatile at the table. Smooth, tasty finish. 16.9+.
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(WT011321-06) 18 SALICE SALENTINO PASSAMANTE, MASSERIA LI VELI  $14.99
01/13/21 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (ITALY) 13.5%; est. 1895; all negroamaro; aged 6 months in barriques. The name has geographic meaning; it's not appassimento, though in 2018, in these parts, it's plenty sweet-fruited. Tarry intensity; immediate appeal./ Sweet and gentle fruit flavor. Adequate acidity. Good flow. What it is; what it's meant to be. 16.4.
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(WT011321-07) 16 ROSSO DI MONTEPULCIANO, AZ. AGR. POLIZIANO  $18.99
01/13/21 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (ITALY) 13.5%; 80% prugnolo gentile, 20% merlot. Oh, the brightness, the clarity, the lift of DOCG and local sangiovese clone. This brilliantly portrays all. If you told me it was a Vino Nobile itself, I wouldn't argue./ Yes, silk textured, refined, flavorful, 2016 restrained and elegant. This is a textbook example right down to the hint of violets on the aftertaste. 17.2+.
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(WT011321-08) 16 VALPOLICELLA SUPERIORE RIPASSO MONTI GARBI TENUTA SANT' ANTONIO, FAMIGLIA CASTAGNEDI  $19.99
01/13/21 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (ITALY) 14%; corvina & corvinone 70%, rondinella 20%; croatina and oseleta 10%. Wow! Full fledged ripasso right off the bat. This isn't one of those quicky versions, and, as such, it's very reasonably priced. Valid, amarone-touched depth and concentration./ Emphasized even stronger on the palate. Right down to a suggestion of leather. Shows the way. 17.4+.
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(WT011321-09) 15 AGLIANICO DEL VULTURE GUDARRA, BISCEGLIA  $27.99
01/13/21 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (ITALY) 14%; aged 12 months in French oak casks../ Big, warm, compact, robust aglianico of a sunny vintage. Has earned more bottle bouquet at age five than the older wines tasted earlier in the flight./ Yes, there's a mellowness, a sweet sense of bouquet achievement, in addition to the warmth of the south and the vintage. Adequate acidity, power, and fine tannin keep the ripe fruit from getting mushy. Finishes with composure and finesse. 16.6+.
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(WT011321-10) 18 CHATEAU SAINT ANDRE CORBIN, SAINT GEORGES SAINT EMILION  $21.99
01/13/21 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (FRANCE BORDEAUX) 15%; On the site of the original villa of the Roman poet Ausonius; 70% merlot, 30% cab franc; average vine age 55 yrs; aged in barrels 15 months, 1/3 new. Full color depth and fruit richness of 2018. A sense of stated power, but it doesn't overwhelm./ Fruit in command, assuaged by barrel influences. Again, the power, met head on by the bountiful fruit. A modern claret in the best sense. 17.2+.
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(WT011321-11) 18 COTES DU RHONE VILLAGES NOTRE DAME DES CELLETTES, DOMAINE SAINTE ANNE  $18.99
01/13/21 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (FRANCE MEDITERRANEAN) 14.5%; 60% grenache, 25% syrah, 15% mourvedre; vine age 40 yrs minimum. Impressively deep red-violet color./ Wow! This is both rich and lifted. Soaring fruit, flower, spice, and garrigue overtones along with a very rich underlayment. Got to say this is the best Notre Dame vintage I've nosed./ Dazzling, dancing, complex flavor and texture displays fully underwrite the aromas. Yes, the champion Notre Dame vintage. Touchdown Jesus would be proud. 17.5.
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(WT011321-12) 12 RIOJA GRAN RESERVA,. MARQUES DE CACERES  $28.99
01/13/21 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (SPAIN) 14.5%; all tempranillo; aged in new French oak barrels two years' minimum. 2012 dark fruited and compact still. All proper at this point. With aeration, barrel influences come forth, both oak extracts and barrel-time bouquet formation./ More fruit plushness on the palate; the Rioja Baja sort. Barrel age, oak, and oak and fruit tannin each plays a role. A very satisfactory vintage of this that will reward cellaring. 17.0+.
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(WT012021-01) 13 CONDRIEU, DOMAINE DE BONSERINE  $44.99
01/20/21 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (FRANCE MEDITERRANEAN) 14%; formerly Domaine Gerin; bought by Guigal in 2006; Europvin selection. Golden honeysuckle and sweet-meal bouquet. An attractive stage./ Apricot flavor, glycerol feel. I could use a little more acidity. A surprise in cool 2013. Maybe it's just glycerol coated. 16.5.
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(WT012021-02) 18 SANCERRE LES CREOTS, FAMILLE THOMAS  $24.99
01/20/21 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (FRANCE LOIRE) 14.5%; est. 1670. Quality cork./ Moving from lemon-lime to orange with bouquet development./ Good body of 2018, and roundness. Plenty lively acidity along the way. A pleasing mouthful, if a little further along the development curve than I prefer. 16.4.
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(WT012021-03) 15 SANTENAY BLANC, CHAMPS PERRIER, JEAN CHARTRON  $31.99
01/20/21 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (FRANCE BURGUNDY) 13%; est. 1873. Full bodied. Gathering a nutty-mealy-grainy bouquet./ Full in the mouth too. I expected relatively low acidity in this warm vintage, but it's actually up to the task of balancing the wine's richness here, so the finish does not cloy. Attractive oak throughout, especially on the aftertaste. 16.8.
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(WT012021-06) 16 MORGON GRAND CRU, DOMAINE DES GAUDETS  $16.99
01/20/21 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (FRANCE BURGUNDY) 13%; on the Cote du Py; barrel aged a year. A lusty Cote du Py ripe cherry nose. There's characteristic 2016 form, restraint, and tailoring too./ Four years has rounded this out nicely. Plenty of cherry flavor. Powdery dusting of tannin only adds to the textural adventure. 16.6+.
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(WT012021-07) 15 MORGON GRAND CRU, DOMAINE DES GAUDETS  $16.99
01/20/21 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (FRANCE BURGUNDY) 13%; on the Cote du Py; barrel aged a year. Well, riper still, as would be expected of 2015. Sprawling Cote du Py cherry character, the softer aspect of 2015 and a year more in bottle./ Good tarry concentrate too. Seems more powerful. This pair pretty much defines Beaujolais 16/15 vintage contrasts. 16.8.
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(WT012021-08) 14 SAINT ROMAIN, DOMAINE ALAIN GRAS  $34.99
01/20/21 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (FRANCE BURGUNDY) 12.5%; 35 year old vines; aged a year in barrels, 15% new. Oh, that lusty, in-your-face Gras style, even in the restrained 2014 vintage. And backwater Saint Romain no less! But that what he does! This is approaching the body and aroma ambitions of the 2015./ Broad and complex thanks to old vines and barrel aging. The tough 2014 tannins are definitely mellowing out now. More bouquet to come, yet this has dinner time applications this winter too. Boeuf bourguignon, say? Very popular with the group. 17.3+.
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(WT012021-09) 18 CHATEAU HYOT, CASTILLON COTES DE BORDEAUX  $14.99
01/20/21 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (FRANCE BORDEAUX) 14.5%; 70% merlot, 20% cab franc, 10% cab sauv; aged 18 months in once used barrels. Yow, that bright, heart on sleeve 2018 claret appeal, enhanced by its Right Bank merlot dominance and by Castillon wine's Saint Emilion knockoff style and quality. It is, after all, an extension of eastern Saint Emilion's 'cote'./ Oh, so sweet and juicy fruited, with upscale body and grip. Barrel time extends the complexity. Best Hyot I've tasted. Deal! The group agreed. 16.8.
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(WT012021-10) 17 CROZES HERMITAGE, DOMAINE DES LISES  $34.99
01/20/21 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (FRANCE MEDITERRANEAN) 13%; 40+ year old vines at Les Picheres. Great color depth./ Great syrah intensity for the vintage. Positive reduction. A compact core of all the right northern Rhone syrah qualities. I'll be curious to see how it blossoms over the coming hours./ A little let up in intensity on the palate, especially from the body aspect. That's the 2017 style. The flavors are pure and accurate. Waits to blossom forth. An it surely did, becoming another group favorite. 17.0+
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(WT012021-11) 13 GIGONDAS TERRASSES DES DENTELLES, DOMAINE DE FONT SANE  $31.99
01/20/21 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (FRANCE MEDITERRANEAN) 15%; 73% grenache, 24% syrah, 3% mourvedre; yield: 1 ton/acre; aged a year in seasoned barrels. Whoa, another country heard from! Here's grenache in all its force and fortitude, Gigondas-style. Power, spread, openness, evolution, sweetness, harmony. If this vintage had any weather shortcomings, they're surely not evident here. Total Gigondas nose./ Equally enveloping and engaging palate from both flavor and texture standpoints. Pure harmony at this stage. This cuvee deserves such aging; best I've tasted. 17.7.
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(WT012021-12) 12 GIGONDAS ORIGINE, DOMAINE SAINT GAYAN  $31.99
01/20/21 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (FRANCE MEDITERRANEAN) 14.5%; 80% grenache, 15% syrah, 5% mourvedre; vines 60-100+ years old; Europvin selection. Mammoth, black, daunting. As always. Spells the estate and the vintage. Thank goodness it has had eight years to temper its tannins./ Sweet and nicely rounded for its bottle age. I like that black, compact, frank styling. Tannins suggest it will go on in the cellar. However, put them to use with the right cuisine this winter. This blossomed over the next couple of hours to become very popular with the group, which was split between preference for 11. or for 12. 17.5+.
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(WT012721-02) 12 BERNKASTELER DOCTOR RIESLING KABINETT, DR. H. THANISCH MULLER-BURGGRAFF  $34.99
01/27/21 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (GERMANY) 8%; by our old friend Barbara Muller and family. Stalwart nature of Doctor and 2012. Firm figured, upright, and of noble bearing./ Delicious sweetness level. Succulent. Oh so youthful. Good underlying acidity and minerality. No terpene yet; still carrying baby fat. One for the cellar. 17.5+.
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(WT012721-05) 16 CHATEAU LA ROCHE BEAULIEU ASTER DE BEAULIEU, CASTILLON COTES DE BORDEAUX  $22.99
01/27/21 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (FRANCE BORDEAUX) 14%; the prestige cuvee; 80% merlot, 20% cab franc. Serious dose of new oak to this tip of the pyramid cuvee. Fruit depth and concentration to take it all up. An upscale Castillon./ Still pretty heavy in the oak flavors and tannins. They won't outlive the fruit; that's intense and compact and all present. Ambitious. Requires cellaring. 17.0+.
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(WT012721-06) 16 CHATEAU COTE DE BALEAU, GRAND CRU CLASSE, SAINT EMILION  $39.99
01/27/21 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (FRANCE BORDEAUX) 14.5%; owned by the Cuveliers of Clos Fourtet and Ch Poujeaux; 70% merlot, 20% cab franc, 10% cab sauv, vines averaging 40 years; aged up to 18 months in barrels, 50% new. Whoa! Here's another full dose of oak augmentation. Better absorbed at this stage. Overall, a more sophisticated wine. That's what Grand Cru Classe terroir is about. This really is a splendid Saint Emilion GCC value./ Yes, GCC complex and noble. Intricate flavor profile. Tannins finer and more laid back. For use or cellaring. 17.7+.
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(WT012721-07) 15 CHATEAU LAGRAVE, GRAND CRU, SAINT EMILION  $23.99
01/27/21 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (FRANCE BORDEAUX) 13%; 80% merlot 15% cab franc, 5% cab sauv; barrel aged 12 months; Gold Medal - Concours de Bordeaux. A year older, and from a more forward vintage, but seemingly fresher smelling. Less oak, and less fruit concentration. Suffers from the order (I wanted to go younger to older)./ Yes, more fluid. Less to give in all respects. Nice Saint Emilion in its own right. I can see the ranking and rating. Has tannin for cellaring. 16.5+.
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(WT012721-08) 15 HAUT DE CHATEAU POUJEAUX, HAUT MEDOC  $23.99
01/27/21 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (FRANCE BORDEAUX) 14%; 55% merlot, 45% cab sauv; the estate's third wine, from vineyards outside the Moulis AOC. Pretty damn sophisticated for a third wine. Vineyards likely inland from Moulis and on more clay than gravel. Thus the merlot predominance. This plays out well. It's Poujeaux stalwart and upscale./ Yes, merlot fruit richness, cabernet form and tannin. Clearly some barrel upbringing too. Yet another fine claret value. 16.8+.
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(WT012721-09) 15 CHATEAU LE THIL COMTE CLARY, PESSAC LEOGNAN  $34.99
01/27/21 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (FRANCE BORDEAUX) 14%; owned by the Cathiards of Smith Haut Lafitte; 70% merlot, 30% cab franc; aged 18 months in barrels, 50% new. Oh, boy. Yet another great splash of oak sophistication coupled with the terroir character of a different AOC and Chateau approach. All the silky refinement of Florence Cathiard's SHL thanks to equal handling of this wine./ Yes, fine textured, full but fine fruit and oak tannins. Top nobility. Great cellar candidate. Are we having fun yet? 17.5+.
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(WT012721-10) 14 MARANGES VIEILLES VIGNES, DOMAINE MATROT  $31.99
01/27/21 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (FRANCE BURGUNDY) 13%; Daniel Haas selection; 30 year old vines; aged 15 months in barrels, 10% new. Racy, dashing pinot for Maranges and Matrot and 2014. Bouquet yet to form; initial fruit fading some, so in a bit of a trough./ 2014 solidity, extract, tannin. Unlike last week's Gras Saint Romain 14, we're gonna have to wait this one out. Maybe a couple hours' breathing will help. 16.4++.
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(WT012721-11) 10 CHIANTI CLASSICO RISERVA, CASALOSTE  $27.99
01/27/21 Wednesday Group Tasting Notes
- (ITALY) 14%; at Panzano in the heart of Classico; 95% sangiovese; aged 18 months in Alliers oak barrels. A balmier region and vintage heard from. And more maturity. Still, this is 2010 fully packed, and still packed in./ Yes, loaded, and it's not a surprise it's this backward still. The barrel contribution is clear, and positive. Big 2010 extract and still fine tannin to melt. 17.2+.
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