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, and Eric Guido in conversation with some of winemaking’s most influential figures. Below is the schedule for the week of May 11 – May 15, 2020. Watch all webinars on YouTube Live . ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Monday, May 11, 2020: Carlotta Rinaldi (Giuseppe Rinaldi) - 12pm EDT Hosted by Antonio Galloni Tuesday, May 12, 2020: Jean-Nicolas Méo (Méo-Camuzet) - 12pm EDT Hosted by Neal Martin Wednesday, May 13, 2020: Christophe Roumier (Georges Roumier) - 12pm EDT Hosted by Antonio Galloni Thursday, May 14, 2020: Marco De Grazia (Terre Nerre) - 12pm EDT Hosted by Eric Guido Friday, May 15, 2020: Greg Lambrecht (Coravin) - 5pm EDT Hosted by Antonio Galloni ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Upcoming guests include: Véronique Sanders (Haut-Bailly), Jean-Baptiste Lécaillon (Roederer), Chiara Boschis (E. Pira), Axel Heinz (Ornellaia & Masseto), Chiara Condello and more. Schedule subject to change.

Giuseppe Rinaldi

Langhe Nebbiolo 2016

The 2016 G. Rinaldi Nebbiolo Langhe is amazing. Well worth seeking out. Clarity, purity, depth, sweet fruit, just beautiful. — 4 years ago

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Giuseppe Rinaldi

Brunate - Le Coste Barolo Nebbiolo 2000

Mike R

An amazing and still youthful older Barolo — 4 years ago

Mike, Paul and 57 others liked this
David Kline

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Great wine, and holds up surprisingly well! Had the same vintage a couple years ago! Cheers!
Ron R

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BTW, guys, what a great pic. Please save some for Anne-Marie and moi for when we are back - hopefully in the summer!
Mike R

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You got it @Ron R


Grands-Echezeaux Grand Cru Pinot Noir 2010

What better way to try out my new Coravin Wine System than with a glass of 2010 Echezeaux Grand Cru. Amazing ripe berries and spice on the nose . blackberry jammy fruit in the mouth with crushed stones and a dark chocolate kicker. So good — 4 years ago

Mike, Severn and 3 others liked this

Fattoria di Fèlsina Berardenga

Riserva Rancia Chianti Classico Sangiovese Blend 2016

The 2016 Felsina Rancia is all class. Rich, red fruit, tension and fairly austere tannins. Not as giving as it might be. Glad I used Coravin on this one. I'll check in on it in a while! — 4 years ago

David, Brandon and 28 others liked this
Severn Goodwin

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Yes, THE juice! 👍

Domaine Méo-Camuzet

Clos Saint-Philibert Monopole Bourgogne Hautes-Côtes de Nuits Chardonnay 2017

Impressive nuit Blanc. Lean and crushable. — 4 years ago

Severn, Alex and 3 others liked this

Tenuta delle Terre Nere

Etna Rosso Nerello Mascalese Blend 2017

2017 vintage. Excellent tension between elegance, delicate fruit, and tightly-wound tannic structure. Floral hibiscus and violet aromas with cranberry, tart cherry, pomegranate, red plum, autumn leaves, green tea, and tree bark flavors. Great streak of acidity and tannins are still quite tight. Tasty with a very long finish. — 4 years ago

Peter, Tony and 2 others liked this

Domaine Méo-Camuzet

Les Chaumes Vosne-Romanée 1er Cru Pinot Noir

Reserved, dark cherry cola. Typical Meo, but with more reserved notes, thanks to 2014. — 5 years ago

E, Anthony and 5 others liked this

Domaine Méo-Camuzet

Clos de Vougeot Grand Cru Pinot Noir 2008

I’ve owed Delectable some posts for a while now....and we need community now more than ever and Delectable has always been a positive, supportive I’m jumping back in. I’m about 300 wines behind but I’m going to work backward starting with the wines I’ve enjoyed the last few weeks during this period of relative isolation. I’m calling this series “Loving Wine in the Time of Corona” as a nod to my boy Gabriel Garcia Marquez who was also a big time wine guy......this bottle is from our first Zoom tasting with the local wine group @romo @Steve Anderson @Michael Meyer @Matthew Beckman @Vickie Beuerle @Dan Blackwell on 3/14. Pinot theme. The Meo was youthful and pure, so much depth, concentration and lively red fruit. Good times with great people. — 4 years ago

Bill, Shay and 57 others liked this

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Why is uploading multiple wines important?
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@romo some people find it easier to upload multiple images and notes at once. Especially if you taste a bunch of wines together, in one setting
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Yes it’s far superior than the old days of loading each photo individually @Antonio Galloni 🙏

Bodegas y Viñedos Valderiz

Juegabolos Ribera del Duero Tempranillo 2014

First wine under own Coravin.
Black plum, black cherry, blackberry, bramble, kirsch, jam, lavender, mint, anise, wet lanolin, pastry, brioche, vanilla, nutmeg, cedar, chocolate, coffee, prune, fig, leather, tar, game, tobacco, savoury, meaty.
Dry, medium plus acid, pronounced tannin, high alcohol, medium plus body, pronounced intensity, long finish.
Quality Outstanding.
Drink now, potential for ageing, under 25 years.
— 4 years ago

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Domaine Georges Roumier

Clos de la Bussière Morey-Saint-Denis 1er Cru Pinot Noir 1999

Seth Morgen Long

So crystalline clear next to DRC’s. And not to it’s benefit. Quite lean, spicy and red fruited, dusty and austere, perhaps one dimensional until I re-included the fine sediments which we had allowed to settle to the bottom of the bottle for a few days before opening. Then, it bloomed into a blue and red fruited Morey with class and density, dimension and width. I would choose the latter expression over the former any day. — 5 years ago

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