Paolo Bea

Riserva Pipparello Montefalco Rosso Sangiovese Blend 2009

Rosenthal. 2009. So good. Drank over a couple hours and it just kept getting better. — 2 months ago

Torey Nelson
with Torey
Torey Nelson

Torey Nelson

Amazing wine. Smooth flavor that changed and evolved as it decanted.

Domaine du Bagnol

Cassis Clairette Blend 2019

2019. We enjoyed this at a Rosenthal wine dinner at The Oven in August, but we both agreed that we liked it even better tonight. Paired great with mustard glazed steelhead trout. — 7 months ago

Andrew, Josh and 3 others liked this

Château Moulin de Tricot

Haut-Médoc Red Bordeaux Blend 2016

Weeknight Bordeaux with a Neal Rosenthal back label. — 2 years ago

Azienda Agricola Brovia

Vignavillej Dolcetto d'Alba 2016

On the brutish side, & decant absolutely mandatory. A serious, or as serious as a dolcetto can be, with harder edged black fruits, & fine if not puckering tannins. Rosenthal book — 4 years ago

Erik, "Odedi" and 3 others liked this

Daniel-Etienne Defaix

Domaine du Vieux Chateau Vaillon Chablis 1er Cru Chardonnay 2007

Very fine 1er Chablis and a terrific value from Rosenthal. Baked apple, lemon oil, seashell. Unbelievably fresh. Long finish. 😍 — 4 months ago

Alsu Shakirova
with Alsu
Anthony, Ira and 16 others liked this
Josh Morgenthau

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That color 🔶
Romain Fitoussi

Romain Fitoussi

looks wow

La Cave du Vin Blanc de Morgex et de La Salle

Valée d'Aosta Prié Blanc 2016

Neal rosenthal does it again....medium gold in the glass..12%...aromas of cut green grass, ripe plum, savory herbs. Round, vibrant acid-forward, bringing in a touch of green bitter stem on the finish. Perfect with simple lemon/fennel halibut, Roman artichoke, and fluffy gnocchi with lamb sugo. Long, lingering finish... so many great Italian high acid white varietals. — a year ago

Rob, Josh and 4 others liked this

Lucien Crochet

La Croix du Roy Sancerre Pinot Noir 2011

Opening salvo in a night of delicious dinner courtesy of Howard Street Wine Merchants and Chef @Paul Kulik , the energy behind Le Bouillon. Our dinner guest was our friend John Paine from Rosenthal. Tonight was an evening of Burgundy, which outside of Chablis and Beaujolais, has always been a challenge for me. This was a delicious opener, if not an outlier. Regardless, a really tasty wine with bright red fruits of notable freshness. Not super complex but unique and always fun to drink Sancerre Rouge. — 3 years ago

Daniel P., Dr. and 4 others liked this
Neil Barham

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JP had to be the hit of the evening

Château Simone

Palette Grand Cru de Provence White Rhone Blend 2011

Better on day 1 than day 2.
Wine Shop & Spectator notes as follows,

The white from Simone is a truly unique creation based primarily on Clairette that is supplemented with Grenache Blanc, Bourboulenc, Ugni Blanc and a touch of Muscat Blanc. The white, brisk in its youth, animated by a bouquet of pine-resin, evolves slowly into a sensual masterpiece with its lingering finish built on a mass of minerality. This is a remarkably age-worthy wine with the potential to give ever-more pleasure over a span two decades or more." -Rosenthal Wine Merchants "Distinctive, with hints of singed almond and wet straw out front, followed by melon rind, dried chamomile, bitter orange and toasted shortbread notes. Offers a waxy feel through the finish, presenting a thread of bitter almond." -Wine Spectator
— 4 months ago

Eric, Tom and 24 others liked this

Bruno Verdi

Paradiso Sangue di Giuda Barbera Bonarda 2019

Not a Lambrusco but performs as one- especially if you go room temperature & let the earthiness & more bitter notes come through. Has sweetness in balance. Went beautifully with orzo, pork/beef meatballs with Marcella Hazan recipe tomato sauce. Rosenthal importer — 2 years ago

Eric, Erik and 5 others liked this


Marca Trevigiana Frizzante Glera 2018

Not sure I really want to call this Prosecco. I mean, yes it is Gera, and it’s Italian, and it even has bubbles but...they are the tiniest, most delicate bubbles - it’s almost frothy. And it is clean and full of lemon pith, minerality, the teeniest bit of orange cream, and is just not what I have come to know from Prosecco. It is a Rosenthal wine tho, so that explains a lot. This is fun. — 3 years ago

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