Here’s some exciting news… our own Wine Warrior Emeritus, Brian “The Harlanator” Harlan, will be the featured guest on Master Sommelier Michael Jordan’s radio talk show “What’s Cookin’ on Wine” this Friday, March 16.
With the 2015 vintage, J. Christopher Wines is introducing two new labels: Volcanique and Basalte. These elemental cuvées replace the Willamette Valley Pinot Noir, which has been deconstructed into two AVA-specific wines in order to deliver a more focused wine for the same value.
Robert Parker Wine Advocate's Stephan Reinhardt has given the 2016 Robert Weil vintage excellent reviews, with all but one (at 89 points) above 90 points. See the reviews in our blog post or at RobertParker.com.
Named for the ancient Celtic god of the sun, Nicolas Potel's Bellenos (pronounced buh-len-os) wines are the ideal introduction to Burgundy. Bright, charming, affordably priced and ready to drink, they are the delicious “yes” that answers the eternal question: “Can’t we drink Burgundy every day?”