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Crowley's Captivating Chardonnay & Pinot Noir

Crowley's Captivating Chardonnay & Pinot Noir

The first time I tasted the Crowley wines, I was mesmerized by their elegance and deliciousness. I assumed it could only be a fluke, a superb vintage, or maybe a fruit day on the biodynamic calendar. 

I'm happy to say that three vintages later, I've yet to be disappointed.

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Your Next Favorite Nebbiolo is from Produttori di Carema

Your Next Favorite Nebbiolo is from Produttori di Carema

Every so often, we taste a wine that is so emblematic of its grape and place that we’re momentarily taken aback.
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Bourgneuf's Pure Pomerol Pleasure (That Won't Break the Bank)

Bourgneuf's Pure Pomerol Pleasure (That Won't Break the Bank)

Les Saisons de Bourgneuf is more than just a great value: it's proof both that the region's reputation is built on solid ground and that the locals are not resting on their laurels.
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Welcome the Season with Arnot-Roberts' Fan Favorite Rosé

Welcome the Season with Arnot-Roberts' Fan Favorite Rosé

Here comes the sun, and along with it one of our favorite newsletter traditions: Arnot-Roberts' juicy, crunchy, salty, elegantly-slurpable and totally-delicious rosé!
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À Table: A Singular Syrah (Sans Soufre) from Clos des Mourres

À Table: A Singular Syrah (Sans Soufre) from Clos des Mourres

Great bottles of Syrah from Cornas, Côte-Rôtie and Crozes-Hermitage have a wild grace that sets them apart. These bold, mineral wines are among our favorites to lay down in the cellar until they reach their sweet spot of smoky perfection.
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Clos Cibonne's Cuvée Tradition Rosé

Clos Cibonne's Cuvée Tradition Rosé

The rosés of Provence's Clos Cibonne are like no other. They are complex, mineral-driven, savory and ageworthy. In a sea of ubiquitous, innocuous pale pink wine, Cibonne's stand tall.
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What's Old is New Again, with Maximin Grunhaus' Zippy Riesling

What's Old is New Again, with Maximin Grunhaus' Zippy Riesling

So, after 1,800 years, we were excited to try something new from a place so old: Maximin, a zippy, slightly off-dry Riesling with the wispy citrus and aromatic purity inherent in the Ruwer.
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A Fan Favorite Returns: Domaine Saint-Cyr's Rosé Gamay Pet-Nat

A Fan Favorite Returns: Domaine Saint-Cyr's Rosé Gamay Pet-Nat

We love a happy wine, and there are few wines that seem as joyful, or inspire such bliss, as Domaine Saint-Cyr's rosé pét-nat of Gamay.
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Last Chance at Drink-Now 2016 Barolos!

Last Chance at Drink-Now 2016 Barolos!

With the "official' 2016 Barolo campaign now over, I thought it would be fun to take a look around to see what I should start drinking! What I found were several entry level Barolos -- all under $40 with today's discounts -- that have now already had the benefit of about one year of cellaring.
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Sauvignon Blanc Meets Terrific Terroir in Deschamps' Pouilly-Fumé

Sauvignon Blanc Meets Terrific Terroir in Deschamps' Pouilly-Fumé

While there may be a river (and a longstanding rivalry) between them, Pouilly-Fumé and Sancerre have a lot in common. They share the same incredible Kimmeridgian soils. And they both have impressive histories of producing beautifully etched Sauvignon Blanc with pronounced mineral depth.
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All Roads Lead to Vajra: A Quest for Pure Langhe Nebbiolo

All Roads Lead to Vajra: A Quest for Pure Langhe Nebbiolo

Sometimes it’s worth paying attention to what winemakers say about their wines. Here is Giuseppe Vajra about their Langhe Nebbiolo: “This wine is our quest for the innocence of Nebbiolo, its purest expression.”
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Elegant, Ethereal Garnacha from Terroir Sense Fronteres

Elegant, Ethereal Garnacha from Terroir Sense Fronteres

Terroir Sense Fronteres — Catalan for ‘Terroir Without Limits' — is a celebration of Grenache, and an oft-misunderstood region, Montsant--the mountainous region that fully surrounds the more famous DO of Priorat.
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