Jane Eyre

Adrian Fog

Arissa Jane Pinot Noir 2010

This has great fruit, decent acidity and life left to offer in the next few years for this 2010 Sonoma Pinot — 25 days ago

Jeff OrlowskiJoe Roth
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Jefferson's Presidential Select

Ocean Aged At Sea Very Small Batch Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey

Rhonda really likes, and says it is very smooth. It is on par with widow Jane. — 5 months ago

J. Ludlow Vineyard

Jane Santa Ynez Valley Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot 2009

The 2009 from Schneider’s at $20. Opened 11/24/19. Roses cherry leather. Minimal tannin— and on front of tongue. Smooth. Nice long finish. A tad sweet. — 18 days ago

Domaine Ray-Jane

Bandol Mourvedre Blend 2015

Very tasty Bandol. Super earthy, wet grass, smoke, cherry mint — 5 months ago

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La Cave de Lisa

La Terrasse d'Elise Les Hauts de Carol's Cinsault 2015

Blind tasting I was baffled and suggested vosne village!!! Was thoroughly and deservedly embarrassed! Was an interesting accompaniment to the aged pigeon at the Jane Antwerp — 6 months ago

Selby

Sonoma County Sauvignon Blanc 2018

Delicious Michelle Obama wine Jane brought from Sonoma sept 2019 — 2 months ago

Valentina Passalacqua

Sottoterra Rosso Puglia 2018

Very drinkable. Needed time to open up a bit. Fruity and light. Great to drink cool. Like adult grape juice. 11% abv. Purchased at Jane in Brussels. — 5 months ago

Hospices de Beaune

Beaune Cuvee Guigone de Salins 2015

Every year since 2010 the blokes at Prince Wine Store have purchased a barrel from the Hospice Auction with the help of Benjamin Leroux and Aussie, Jane Eyre (who raises the wine for Prince). Dark crimson with purple tinges. Ripe rich red fruits. Nose a little closed because of its youth. So much density and concentration from this warm year. Smells and tastes new world. Has a tremendous future. In that latency you can see that spicy character will come through. These 2015 Red Burgundies will need at least 10 years before they start to behave like Burgundies rather than New World Pinots. Might try the next one around 2023. — 7 months ago

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