Domaine Paul Buisse

Paul Anheuser

Kreuznacher Krötenpfuhl Auslese Riesling 2002

Dried peach, moist golden raisin, faint green herbs, ripe apricot, nectarine peel, lime peel, under-ripe mango, warm slate and saccharin-like powdered sugar on the tailing ended of the nose.

Go Nahe!!!

Paired with Taiwanese Five Spice Pork (Lu Rou Fan | 卤肉饭) over Jasmin rice with lightly fried eggs from our private egg factory in the backyard. Locally raised NY pork (Highland Farm, Old Chatham, NY).
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Bob McDonald

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@Severn Goodwin A great wine/food match I would think.

Paul Jaboulet Aîné

Les Jalets Crozes Hermitage Syrah

Pretty crunchy syrah with bright notes of red and black fruits. Pepper, smoke, cocoa, slate. Very accessible pleasure wine, to consume young.

Jolie syrah croquante avec des notes vives de fruits rouges et noirs. Poivré, fumée, cacao, ardoise. Vin de plaisir très accessible, à consommer jeune.
— 7 days ago

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Paul Jaboulet Aîné

Domaine de Thalabert Crozes-Hermitage Syrah 2018

2018 vintage. Smooth experience. Decent concentration. Pretty nose. Thought there might be a slight spice “lift” on the finish. Alas, no. A very polished Crozes-Hermitage. — 12 days ago

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Paul Jaboulet Aîné

Les Cassines Condrieu Viognier 2017

This producer has been batting 1000 recently. Nose is beautiful butterscotch and birthday cake. Plus paw paw and orange creamsicle, palate has fabulous acid and some nice minerals, also very long. Quite honeyed but with a wonderful phenolic bite, lingers unbelievably long. Great right out of the gate. — 21 days ago

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Domaine Paul Buisse

Touraine Sauvignon Blanc 2020

French SB Is definitely the best. — 16 days ago

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Paul Lato

Duende Gold Coast Vineyard Pinot Noir 2016

Shay A
9.4

A producer I’ve had a handful of times, and really find myself wondering why I’m not putting more focus/attention on Paul Lato wines.

Gorgeous translucent ruby color in the glass sporting 13.9ABV. I followed this out of the bottle over the course of a few hours and it showed well from pop all the way to the end. Profile here is restrained richness. I didn’t pick up any whole cluster/stem inclusion spice or greenness. Aromatically it is filled with cranberries, black raspberries, bright floral tones, and cracked peppercorns. Beautifully balanced on the palate with vibrant acidity. A back and forth between dark red spiced fruits and herbal/crunchy flair. Black tea and even some savory iron notes too. Still young and will improve, but this is already excellent.
— 19 days ago

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Deborah M

Deborah M

That’s a new one for me. Great review.
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Bryan Kesting

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@Shay A I feel these wines are consistently good. Nice note.

Paul Jaboulet Aîné

La Chapelle Hermitage Syrah 2011

Had the 2011 and the 2013 tasted together at the visitor center - deciding which to buy...The 2011 is ready for drinking, smooth tannins. Full notes when we will open at home. 2011 was my winner... — 16 days ago

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Paul Hobbs

Russian River Valley Pinot Noir 2015

Yes! This again. Heavily oaked Pinot but so beautiful on the pallet with ripe fruit and fresh acidity plus the hefty feel. Cheers again. — 4 days ago

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Juan Pablo Perez

Juan Pablo Perez

On the same wavelength tonight … had the 2018

Jean-Paul & Benoît Droin

Montée de Tonnerre Chablis 1er Cru Chardonnay 2014

The nose is made of lemon, crushed rocks, chalk and there is little touch of juicy pear that pops up after a while and when the wine is warming up slightly. We could add a tiny touch of vanilla from the barrel but it's very discreet. Lovely. This is everything I'm expecting from a 1er cru chablis. The palate is made of a massive acid backbone, almost overwhelming! There is matter to balance it but it's trodding on a very thin edge. Notes of chalk and lemon, and lemon peel are showing all around the way making for a super dynamic, vivid mouthfeel. The finish lasts for ever with this lemony and chalky notes but that vanilla touch that appeared in the rear on the nose makes a discreet comeback in the end and on the sides and that almost reminds me of white burgundies from way down south around meursault and puligny. Awesome, intellectual wine that delivers! — 8 days ago

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Paul Dethune

Millésime Grand Cru Brut Champagne 2013

Apricot. Green apple. Bread crust. Lead. Sea water. Needs more time, other bottles are going to be staying put for a while. — 9 days ago

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