La Reboule du Rhône, Celebrating the Wines of Northern Rhône

Sommeliers Thomas Pastuszak and Dustin Wilson are bringing the traditional celebration of France’s Northern Rhône Valley, “La Reboule”, to New York! The events are spread throughout the weekend with dinners, wine tastings and other festivities. Thursday, November 15 – Sunday, November 18 $5,000 for a Weekend Pass . ************************************************************************************************ Thursday, November 15, 6PM: LEGENDARY VINTAGES DINNER : At the Legendary Vintages dinner, guests will dine 50 floors up with 360 views of Manhattan. Chef Austin Johson will prepare a multi-course tasting menu, and the dinner will be paired with wines from some of the Northern Rhône’s greatest vintages in the past 50+ years. (Private Home, $2,500 per person). Friday, November 16, 6:30PM: KINGS OF CORNAS DINNER : The Kings of Cornas dinner will be held in an intimate setting at the new Legacy Records restaurant. Guests will indulge in the once-in-a-lifetime experience of tasting wines from top producers of the Cornas appellation. The winemakers themselves will dine along the guests tasting wines from multiple vintages paired with Chef Ryan Hardy’s cuisine. (Legacy Records, $3,500 per person). Saturday, November 17, 1-4PM: NORTHERN RHÔNE TASTING : The Northern Rhône Tasting will provide guests with the opportunity to taste through a variety of recent releases and interact with the winemakers themselves. A silent auction will take place throughout the day, while guests can indulge in goods from local restaurants and purveyors. (180 Maiden Lane, $100 per person). Saturday, November 17, 6-10PM: LA REBOULE SEATED DINNER : At the “La Reboule” seated dinner, 100 guests will dine alongside the region’s winemakers and toast the evening in the spirit of the Northern Rhône Valley’s traditional harvest celebration. A five-course dinner will be served with each course being prepared by one of NYC’s top chefs. Guests will have the opportunity to share wines from their own cellars alongside a selection of special vintages from each of the winemaker’s domaines. Wine service will be provided by some of the industry’s best sommeliers with live music setting the stage for the night’s events. (180 Maiden Lane, $650 per person includes admission to the RDR After Party). Saturday, November 17, 10-12AM: RDR AFTER PARTY : The RDR After Party will continue the festivities where winemakers, guests, sommeliers, and chefs will enjoy a DJ, dancing, and plenty to drink. (180 Maiden Lane, $75 per person, ticket price for those not attending the “La Reboule” dinner). ************************************************************************************************ All proceeds support Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry campaign to end childhood hunger in America. Check out the full events page and purchase tickets here

Domaine Jean-Louis Chave

Hermitage Syrah 1996

Just incredible. Seemed almost Burgundian except for the telltale Syrah note on the back end. Wonderful. — 5 years ago

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Paul Jaboulet Aîné

La Chapelle Hermitage Syrah 2015

Delectable Wine

Bright purple. Explosive, smoke- and spice-accented blueberry, cherry cola, incense and smoky mineral aromas show outstanding delineation and pick up a hint of olive with aeration. Sweet and expansive on the palate, offering deeply concentrated dark berry liqueur, fruitcake and floral pastille flavors, along with a suggestion of star anise. The remarkably long, penetrating finish features strong minerally cut, an echo of sweet blue fruit and harmonious tannins that come in late and fold effortlessly into the deeply concentrated fruit. At this stage, this is a contender for the wine of the vintage, at least by estimation. (Josh Raynolds, Vinous, February 2018) — 5 years ago

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Cave de Tain

Grand Classique Crozes-Hermitage Syrah 2015

My night before a 10k across a bridge wine.
Decanted for a few hours.
Nose of working farmyard, decomposing, wet hay, and animal ruckus.
Medium bodied with well balance dark fruit, mint, Greek oregano, hints of anise, riverstone. Ending with a long lingering finish that puts the oak and acid at one with each other. Nicely balanced, young , but hey, aren’t we all at heart?
— 5 years ago

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Rene Rostaing

La Bonnette Condrieu Viognier 2016

Delectable Wine

(raised in stainless steel tanks and made with no malo) Limpid straw-yellow. Assertive, mineral-accented orchard fruit, melon and fennel aromas are sharpened by hints of ginger and lemon zest. Intense pear skin, Meyer lemon and violet pastille flavors show a suave blend of richness and delicacy thanks to a spine of juicy acidity. Closes minerally, taut and impressively long, leaving a powerful floral note behind. (Josh Raynolds, Vinous, February 2018) — 5 years ago

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M. Chapoutier

Le Méal Ermitage Syrah 2000

Very balanced & structured that is just entering its drinking window Showing lots of dark fruits, bacon fat, olive, leather & floral spices. — 5 years ago

Shay, Paul and 10 others liked this

Domaine Georges Vernay

Les Terrasses de l'Empire Condrieu Viognier 2016

Delectable Wine

Limpid yellow. Incisive aromas of fresh citrus and orchard fruits, ginger and violet are joined by hints of chalky minerals, fennel and white pepper. Juicy and sharply focused on the palate, offering fresh pear and Meyer lemon flavors that show impressive clarity and minerally drive. The citrus fruit and floral notes come back strong on the vibrant finish, which hangs on with excellent focus and tenacity. (Josh Raynolds, Vinous, February 2018) — 5 years ago

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