Stone House Vineyard

Trimbach

Cuvée Frédéric Emile Alsace Riesling 2011

The “second wine” from one of Alsace’s greatest winemaking dynasties. Unlike the single-vineyard Clos Ste. Hune, this is a blend from two (adjacent) sites in the Geisberg (sandstone) and Osterberg (limestone) grand crus in Ribeauvillé. Complex bouquet with aromas of yellow apple, candied citrus, beeswax, crushed stone and a hint of petrol. Full-bodied, rich, quite concentrated with flavors of citrus (lemon) and notes of white fruit. Pure, precise, intense, great acidity — 14 hours ago

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School House Vineyard

Mezcolanza Zinfandel Blend 2007

07 vintage. It’s in its peak so drink now. Delicious. Leathery tannins, forest floor, wet logs, black pepper. — 2 months ago

Domaine François Raveneau

Clos Chablis Grand Cru Chardonnay 1999

Taken to Hawksmoor in NYC for our uncle’s 75th. Decanted in hotel for 7 hrs before dinner. Light to medium gold color, heavy in the glass. At first the nose is muted with light citrus and white flower notes. Late in the evening after 10 hrs of air this finally blossomed into the Raveneau they is known and loved. Notes of citrus fruit, ocean breeze, kiwi, white stone, white clay and tan spice. Acidity finally came on too. Great wine but still too young. Needs 5-10 years of additional age to be in the ”go” zone. 94++ — 2 months ago

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Severn Goodwin

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Hawksmoor is great, just there on Saturday night.

Domaine François Raveneau

Valmur Chablis Grand Cru Chardonnay 2000

Taken to Canoe House at the Mauna Lani. Nice light gold color, heavy in the glass. Nose of sweet sea breeze, apricot, honey, white clay, citrus and tan spice. Rich and powerful. Great stuff, paired well with the Onaga local catch. — a month ago

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Alan Weinberg

Alan Weinberg

the stuff is immortal and Raveneau Valmur for me Beats Clos, better minerality. Sounds like a stellar vacation!

Bonneau du Martray

Corton-Charlemagne Grand Cru Chardonnay 1986

Taken to Silver Apricot in the Village. Medium gold color, viscous in the glass like motor oil. Great nose. Notes of apricot, citrus, white flower, wet stone, vanilla, lemon crème and tan spice. Rich and luscious in the mouth. Sneaky acidity. Really good. Nearing the end of a great long drinking window. — 3 months ago

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Domaine Leflaive

Les Pucelles Puligny-Montrachet 1er Cru Chardonnay 2002

Tasted blind. Light gold color. Fruit forward nose, almost tropical. Notes of green apple and orchard fruits, wet river stone, apricot, white flowers. Notably younger in its evolution than the first two bottles today, with a slightly lower heaviness and depth. I go with a guess of 2000 Leflaive Pucelles. Nice to see a young 02 Leflaive sans premox, with a lot of upside in front of it. 94+ — 3 months ago

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Kistler

Stone Flat Vineyard Chardonnay 2014

Definitely not up there with the 18, too old more than likely. Does not age like a Bacigalupe and definitely cost more than the $10.00 Turley.
Glad I have another 18 in stock
— 2 months ago

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Domaine François Raveneau

Montée de Tonnerre Chablis 1er Cru Chardonnay

Typical Raveneau, oyster shells, white stone fruit, medium body. — a month ago

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Brecht Spileers

Brecht Spileers

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School House Vineyard

Mescolanza Syrah Blend 2012

School House Vineyard ’Mescolanza Syrah Blend’ 2012: Medium-full bodied. High acidity. Fine tannins. Bold dark fruits. Plum. Vanilla. Spice. Earth. Oak. Smooth fruity dry finish. Consisting of a mixed black blend of Syrah, Grenache & Mourvèdre, this mountain wine packed a lot of subtle but powerful fruit. For me, this was a pleasant representation of a Rhône style blend from the Spring Mountain District of Napa Valley. All in all, great depth, complexity & tremendous QPR! Happy weekend to all! Cheers🍷 — 3 months ago

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