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 . 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 June 01 – June 05, 2020. Watch all webinars on YouTube Live . ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Monday, June 01, 2020: Fabio Alessandria (Burlotto) - 12 EDT Hosted by Antonio Galloni Tuesday, June 02, 2020: Fiona Morrison MW & Jacques Thienpont (Le Pin) - 12pm EDT Hosted by Neal Martin Wednesday, June 03, 2020: Michel Chapoutier (Chapoutier) - 12pm EDT Hosted by Josh Raynolds Thursday, June 04, 2020: Piero Mastroberardino (Mastroberardino) - 12pm EDT Hosted by Eric Guido Moon Mountain Map Launch with Vintner Panel - 8pm EDT/5pm PST Hosted by Antonio Galloni Friday, June 05, 2020: Bart, Daphne, Jamie & Greg Araujo - 5pm EDT Hosted by Antonio Galloni

Comm. G.B. Burlotto

Verduno Pelaverga 2015

Tastes like Cab Franc done well, fuller bodied at 14% abv, smoke, pyrazene, cedar, dark cherries, and game. Medium tannins and elevated acidity. — a year ago

Château Le Pin

Trilogie Pomerol Red Bordeaux Blend

First time I tried a trilogie and it is superb ! — 2 years ago

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M. Chapoutier

"Le Pavillon" Ermitage Syrah 2005

Shay A

Lots of fun bottles were popped at Al’s hosting this past weekend for his birthday celebration. All were served blind. 1 sparkler, 2 whites, 6 reds and 1 dessert wine.

Fantastic showing. Unmistakably Rhône. It smells of charred potpourri, spicy rhubarb and tea leaves. On the palate, it was light and nimble with a decidedly black pepper like finish. I was very confident this was southern Rhône CdP as I didn’t get any smoked meat or iron type notes like I typically do with northern Rhône. Just a hint of sweetness in the black cherry core to bring out the acidity and smooth the tannins. I called this southern Rhône CdP from the mid 2000s.
— 9 months ago

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Comm. G.B. Burlotto

Vigneto Monvigliero Barolo Nebbiolo 2009

Pronounced nose of Juicy red plums, red cherries, strawberry, raspberry and cranberry, rose hips, dust ... fresh herbs and mint then licorice. Med+ acid, medium body with smooth silky integrated tannins. Medium finish but overall so incredibly weightless yet with so much character... showed even better the second night!
What is so impressive is how refreshing and lifted this is amongst so many darker ready wines from this warm vintage!!!
— 5 months ago

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Château Le Pin

Pomerol Red Bordeaux Blend 1993

Le Pin Pomerol is a unique wine, that has lingered in my memory since it's consumption. It was a brought as a gift & it was something I hadn't had before. It's something I'd love to have again, despite this vintages limited availability and steep price. — 6 years ago


Radici Taurasi Aglianico 2010

Vintage 2010 #aglianico 24 m woodripening Lots of character, stubborn and therefore beautiful — 2 years ago

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Comm. G.B. Burlotto

Barolo Nebbiolo 2014

Alex Jones

Soulful and got better over time. Candied dark fruit, tobacco and spice. Really elegant. — a year ago

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Château Le Pin

Pomerol Red Bordeaux Blend 2011

Ethereal, silky and marvelously poised, the 2011 Le Pin (WWB, 97) is sourced from an extremely small estate is located in the commune of Pomerol. It is amongst the world's most expensive red wines, as this was very graciously shared by my colleague Dr. Hong. I was most impressed by the opulent, pillowy texture of the wine, which is still quite primary now at the eight year mark. Elegant tannins line the massive core of dark fruits, all leading the breathtaking, near minute-long finish. This true heavyhitter really needs another ten years of bottle age to hit its stride and will provide drinking enjoyment past my lifetime. Drink 2025-2055- 97 — 9 months ago

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Dr. Owen Bargreen

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@Hugh O'Riordan Thanks my friend, this was quite a treat 👌
Tom Garland

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2011 was a tough summer in Bordeaux.....Except for Pomeral...nice choice!!
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@Tom Garland Yeah a tricky vintage for sure but R Bank fared pretty well overall 👌

M. Chapoutier

Monier de La Sizeranne Hermitage Syrah 2011

Was lucky enough to try again. History of Chapoutier family dates back to the early 19th century when current owner Michel Chapoutier’s great-, great-, great-grandfather Marius purchased estate & famous l’Hermitage vineyards. Aromas of rich red fruits and elegant spice. On the palate raspberry, cherry & currant flavors with notes of floral and oak. Firm tight Rustic tannins that ease up a bit with time, well balanced ending with spice and cedar. Very nice! Tasting Sample. Has lots of room to bottle evolve. — a year ago

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