In this very short harvest, there's a little more oak influence to Sylvain's village Puligny (not more new wood, but more second and third use barrels that needed to be kept full!). It just makes this lovely Chardonnay... Read More
766 bottles (63 cases) made. “Quasi Centenaria” roughly translates to “about 100 years old,” a reference to this gnarly old Carignan vineyard planted right around 1919. The vines grow on two steep, rock-covered,... Read More
“AiAiAi” is the kind of thing you say with a smile when something surprising happens, and tasting Silvia Puig’s 2020 AiAiAi Priorat and then seeing the very reasonable price certainly qualifies! Like all of Silvia’s... Read More
Perrieres is Mersault's finest 1er Cru vineyard, and the tiny, walled, Clos des Perrieres the finest slice of that. Since Albert Grivault purchased it in 1879, it's been a monopole of the Domaine and if it's not quite... Read More
100% organic Sangiovese from the ancient red soils (dating from the Triassic period) on the plateau overlooking the winery and San Gimignano below. Elisabetta Fagiuoli makes around 700 magnums per year of this stunning wine and... Read More
Montestefano is one of the Produttori’s steepest sites and one of the warmest. The high calcium content of the soil is more like Barolo’s Serralunga than the rest of Barbaresco, and the wine is more Barolo-like as... Read More
Located in the center of Barbaresco, not far from Asili, the site is the essence of Barbaresco in terms of soil, exposure, and elevation. At a class a few years ago, co-cellar master Luca Cravanzola caught everyone’s attention... Read More
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