We've got big plans for Flatiron Wine School in 2024! And because many of you have asked about gifting a class or class pass, we're announcing our winter session now. Check out all class descriptions, and bear in mind that classes often sell out.
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Many of us fell in love with wine through Beaujolais — the best versions are simultaneously easygoing and profound. Elisa’s wines offer exactly that kind of pleasure, with transparent red fruit, silken texture, balanced acidity and just a hint of structure.
Chateau Yvonne is an ancient vineyard site that had long laid abandoned before it was restored by Mathieu Vallée back in 1997. Clos Rougeard’s influence can be felt here, since it was Rougeard’s Françoise Foucault that helped with the restoration.
The holidays are virtually synonymous with Champagne. And if you are on the lookout for terrifically mineral-driven Champagnes that don’t lack for pretty fruit and charming perfume, Etienne Calsac might just be your guy.
It's the biggest sitewide sale of the year at Flatiron Wines by a country mile 15% every wine. And as if that weren't enough, we're offering a mind-boggling 20% off a selection of our favorite wines!
Fernando Garcia and Daniel Gómez Jiménez-Landi, the tireless duo behind Comando G, have opened the eyes of the world to the magic of Gredos. Through their work, this dramatic, mountainous area — home to some of the highest elevation vineyards on earth — has transformed the way that we understand what Garnacha (aka Grenache) can do.
Tucked in the tiny Left Bank appellation of Moulis-en-Médoc, Poujeaux makes supple but classically-styled wines that are as good or better than many cru classés. Give a bottle of Poujeaux the proper aging, and it will develop that beautiful mature Bordeaux perfume: leather, tobacco, soft cheese, and sweet dark red fruits.
Corsica is home to immensely talented vignerons, incomparable terroir, and distinctive, delicious wines. So why aren’t we all drinking more Corsican wine?
There are plenty of Muscadets around to drink without contemplation, with or without the classic oysters. But more serious Muscadets are great wines of terroir, wines that, with age, will show more and more of their sense of place. And the best of these wines are still totally reasonably priced.
For many of us, a bottle of Jean Foillard Morgon Côte du Py was one of the first “aha” wines: a wine so transportive and delicious that it stops you in your tracks and forces you to examine your life priorities. It’s the kind of wine that gets people into the wine business itself.
Guillaume Michaut’s grandfather championed, and helped define, the AOC of Chablis; Guillaume himself is working in radically different ways to preserve the appellation’s treasures for generations to come.
Portugal, we have said again and again, is a wine land of incredible bargains. The bargains come not just in the cheap and cheerful category, but also in the category of fine and mature. Today’s bargains are truly astounding.