Château Bel Air Lagrave

Château Bel Air

Lussac-St. Émilion Red Bordeaux Blend 2001

Sage on the nose, blackberry on the palate — 3 days ago

Château Bel-Air Lagrave

Cru Bourgeois Moulis en Médoc Red Bordeaux Blend 1989

Damn. 1989 and drinking mighty fine! — 2 months ago

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Jean-Marc Lafont

Domaine de Bel-Air Moulin-a-Vent Gamay 2017

The 2017 Cuvée Les Burdelines is outstanding. A very refined effort with fine grained tannin, firm and dense fruit and a lovely sense of lift. It’s a bit tense and tightly wound for drinking now, but it should reward one or two years of patience. — 3 months ago

Daniel P., P and 2 others liked this

Château Bel Air-Marquis d'Aligre

Margaux Red Bordeaux Blend 2000

Brilliant old school Bdx, so fresh and elegant. Deep garnet with slight bricking, sweet black cherries and tart raspberries, cedar, iron, subdued oak, silky texture. Will go another decade or two with ease — a month ago

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Domaine Philippe Charlopin-Parizot

Bel-Air Gevrey-Chambertin 1er Cru Pinot Noir 2014

Dark fruited built on an acidic framework with firm but fine tannins. Interesting reductive ( in a good way) for a house that is reputed to use little sulfur. But this 1er has chops for sure (my first experience with Bel-Air), which immediately confirms that its neighbors are all quite “grand”! — 2 months ago

Steve, Ron and 7 others liked this

Brooklyn Brewery

Bel Air Sour

Lyle Fass

Very good with a panko fish burrito — 6 months ago

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Severn Goodwin

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Nice, panko fish burrito!
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@Severn Goodwin I got a secret place near me.

Domaine du Bel Air

les Vingt lieux dits Bourgueil Cabernet Franc 2017

Wine club selection October 2019, tastes like a crisp cold fall day - nice tannin, rich with a light peppery dark fruit taste — 2 months ago

Domaine du Bel Air

Jour de Soif Bourgueil Cabernet Franc 2017

Someone said natural. Think this is organic farming but I don’t think this is natural wine. Pierre Gauthier, almost 40 acres of Clay/Limestone Tufa in Benais outside of Bourgeuil. Probably just over $25-$30retail, $45-$60 on a wine list. Smoking good. The composite rating here is insanely low for the QPR. Everyone should be drinking these wines. This is a great wine in the grand scheme of things, it’s all about perspective. Entry level wine, the Jour de Soif has no oak, bright fruit, amazing green edge. There is a wet tobacco thing. Classic wine! Love it. — 7 months ago

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