Vinous Live!

Welcome to Vinous Live!, a series of virtual tastings and seminars that will be held daily. Vinous was built on the pillars of education, community and independence. Vinous Live! seminars are free for everyone and are designed to bring you insights straight from the brightest minds in wine. We will be mixing up the format to keep things lively and interesting. We hope these conversations bring you a bit of joy during these unprecedented and tumultuous times. Seminars will be streamed live on Zoom and YouTube Live. Please note that times vary from day to day. For the latest news, be sure to follow Vinous on Instagram , Facebook , Twitter and on vinous.com . Join hosts Antonio Galloni, Neal Martin, Josh Raynolds, and Eric Guido in conversation with some of winemaking’s most influential figures. Below is the schedule for the week of July 06 – July 10, 2020. Watch all webinars on YouTube Live . ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Monday, July 06, 2020: Peter Sisseck (Pingus/Rocheyron) - 12pm EDT Hosted by Neal Martin Tuesday, July 07, 2020: Vincent Chaperon (Dom Pérignon) - 2pm EDT Hosted by Antonio Galloni Wednesday, July 08, 2020 Brian Talley (Talley Vineyards) - 5pm EDT Hosted by Josh Raynolds Thursday, July 09, 2020: Anselmo Guerrieri Gonzaga (Tenuta San Leonardo) - 12pm EDT Hosted by Eric Guido Friday, July 10, 2020: Mark Aubert (Aubert) - 5pm EDT Hosted by Antonio Galloni

Château Rocheyron

Saint-Émilion Grand Cru Red Bordeaux Blend 2010

Jörgen Lindström Carlvik
9.5

Youthfully aromatic with dark flowers and black fruits, framed by toasty oak. Medium+ bodied, lovely balance and great length, this still needs to shed some of its sweet, grainy tannins in order to get to the next level, but it will. — 5 years ago

Jeroen, LM and 5 others liked this

Dom Pérignon

Brut Champagne Blend 2006

Nutty, toasty. So impressive what they do with such a large production. This has a lot of time left. — 8 months ago

Ryan, Shay and 18 others liked this

Talley Vineyards

Estate Bottled Arroyo Grande Valley Chardonnay 2015

Ron R
9.1

Impressive for its steely presentation. Tilts heavily towards a French-style of chard, but straddles the divide well. Apples and pears on the nose. Bracing acidity on the mid palate. White stone fruits blend with quince. Finishes bone dry. A style that’s not for everyone, but enjoyable. — a year ago

Benny RJames Ayling
with Benny and James
P, Clive and 25 others liked this

Château Rocheyron

Saint-Émilion Grand Cru Red Bordeaux Blend 2011

MICHAEL COOPER
9.3

Love this style of #bordeaux #saintemilion — 4 years ago

Mark, Jonathan and 4 others liked this

Dom Pérignon

Brut Champagne Blend 2008

Classic Dom on the nose-no question. While wonderful now time will bring a more cohesive wine. Will be hard to keep your hands off of it! — 2 months ago

Shay, Eric and 37 others liked this

Talley Vineyards

Estate Bottled Arroyo Grande Valley Pinot Noir 2015

Peter Marks
9.1

Delicious and elegant at the same time. Consistently one of CA best Pinot for the money. — 2 years ago

Jusden and Greg liked this

Tenuta San Leonardo

Terre di San Leonardo Vigneti delle Dolomiti Cabernet Sauvignon Blend 2014

Black cherry, red and black plum compote. Dried Italian herbs and potpourri aromatics. Very plush with integrated alcohol and fine grained tannins. — a year ago

Jay liked this

Dominio de Pingus

PSI Ribera del Duero Tempranillo 2015

Steve Blazek
9.2

Dark rich fruits and a long savory finish. — 2 months ago

Brian liked this

Dom Pérignon

Brut Champagne Blend 1996

This was one of the better bottles of wine I’ve had in a while... Unreal layers of complexity, bright floral notes, and toasty brioche flavors. The acid, structure, and weight were seamless. — 4 months ago

Paul, Shay and 27 others liked this
Paul T- Huntington Beach

Paul T- Huntington Beach

Had some of these before delectable was born,

Talley Vineyards

Rosemary's Vineyard Pinot Noir 2014

First encounter with these guys. Quite lovely... — 3 years ago

Greg liked this