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  • It’s not everyday you come across a wine that just screams out to you as the perfect wine for your wine list.  This happens to be that one.  Vincent Wallard created this light, fresh, and juicy example of 2014 Cabernet Franc with his neighbour’s organic grapes from Chinon in the Loire Valley in France. This is an homage to Beaujolais because the grapes start fermenting from the inside which naturally reduces the tannins and intensity in color.  The wine then spent time in old oak barrels and was filled into the bottle 18 months later without any additives or sulphur.  Super clean, with depth and a spicy finish.
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    Panama Restaurant & Bar

    It’s not everyday you come across a wine that just screams out to you as the perfect wine for your wine list. This happens to be that one. Vincent Wallard created this light, fresh, and juicy example of 2014 Cabernet Franc with his neighbour’s organic grapes from Chinon in the Loire Valley in France. This is an homage to Beaujolais because the grapes start fermenting from the inside which naturally reduces the tannins and intensity in color. The wine then spent time in old oak barrels and was filled into the bottle 18 months later without any additives or sulphur. Super clean, with depth and a spicy finish.

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  • Oggi, per la categoria "CIAK🎬 SI BEVE🍷", vi propongo questa👇
(in🇬🇧in the comments)
N.8️⃣1️⃣/19 Wine Spoiler - FWReview:
🇮🇹: 🎬🍷RITORNO IN BORGOGNA🇫🇷🍇
"Ritorno in Borgogna" (2017) - "Ce qui nous lie"🇫🇷, film🎬di Cédric Klapisch (regista anche del film "L’appartamento Spagnolo"), narra di Jean (P. Marmaï) che, avendo appreso dell'improvvisa morte del padre, rientra in Borgogna dopo 10 anni da giramondo.
Con la morte del padre poco prima della vendemmia, Jean, insieme alla sorella Juliette (A. Girardot) e al fratello Jérémie (F. Civil), dovrà recuperare o reinventare lo spirito di fratellanza e crescere nello stesso arco di tempo che porterà l'uva🍇 a divenir vino🍷.
Sullo sfondo dei vigneti di Meursault 🇫🇷, il film racconta la costruzione del senso di responsabilità al di là dell’intercessione dei genitori e nasce dal desiderio del regista di girare un film sul vino dedicato alla figura di suo padre che amava la Borgogna.
🍷La storia di Château de Meursault inizia nel XI sec. ed oggi la famiglia Halley, che detiene la proprietà, produce, tra l'altro, un'eccellente Bourgogne Pinot Noir che matura tra i 12 e i 18 mesi in botti di rovere utilizzate al massimo per 3 anni.
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✍️By Ferdinando Toraldo & Gigi Carrinho
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#backtoburgundy #burgundy #bourgogne #france #francia #francewine #vin #vindebourgogne #pinot #pinotnoir #cedricklapisch #chateau #chateaudemeursault #meursault #ciack #winesoul #festivaldelcinema #cinemaroma #winelover #wineaddict #instawine #wineinstagram #sommelier #wineblogger #fwr_winespoiler #wineissharing #cinema #film #movie
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    @gigi_carrinho_wine_spoiler

    Oggi, per la categoria "CIAK🎬 SI BEVE🍷", vi propongo questa👇
    (in🇬🇧in the comments)
    N.8️⃣1️⃣/19 Wine Spoiler - FWReview:
    🇮🇹: 🎬🍷RITORNO IN BORGOGNA🇫🇷🍇
    "Ritorno in Borgogna" (2017) - "Ce qui nous lie"🇫🇷, film🎬di Cédric Klapisch (regista anche del film "L’appartamento Spagnolo"), narra di Jean (P. Marmaï) che, avendo appreso dell'improvvisa morte del padre, rientra in Borgogna dopo 10 anni da giramondo.
    Con la morte del padre poco prima della vendemmia, Jean, insieme alla sorella Juliette (A. Girardot) e al fratello Jérémie (F. Civil), dovrà recuperare o reinventare lo spirito di fratellanza e crescere nello stesso arco di tempo che porterà l'uva🍇 a divenir vino🍷.
    Sullo sfondo dei vigneti di Meursault 🇫🇷, il film racconta la costruzione del senso di responsabilità al di là dell’intercessione dei genitori e nasce dal desiderio del regista di girare un film sul vino dedicato alla figura di suo padre che amava la Borgogna.
    🍷La storia di Château de Meursault inizia nel XI sec. ed oggi la famiglia Halley, che detiene la proprietà, produce, tra l'altro, un'eccellente Bourgogne Pinot Noir che matura tra i 12 e i 18 mesi in botti di rovere utilizzate al massimo per 3 anni.
    〰️〰️〰️〰️〰️〰️〰️〰️〰️〰️
    ✍️By Ferdinando Toraldo & Gigi Carrinho
    📲Follow and use #winespoiler
    📲FollowUs on Vivino
    📲Follow WineSpoiler on Facebook: click the link in my Bio
    👋SEE YOU SOON FOR A NEW "FWR - WINE SPOILER"🙋‍♂️
    #backtoburgundy #burgundy #bourgogne #france #francia #francewine #vin #vindebourgogne #pinot #pinotnoir #cedricklapisch #chateau #chateaudemeursault #meursault #ciack #winesoul #festivaldelcinema #cinemaroma #winelover #wineaddict #instawine #wineinstagram #sommelier #wineblogger #fwr_winespoiler #wineissharing #cinema #film #movie

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  • Waar hou jij het lekker droog mee dit weekend? 🥂
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    @artovini

    Waar hou jij het lekker droog mee dit weekend? 🥂

  •  1  1  9 minutes ago
  • On Tuesday night, I was estatic to join in on the Shaw + Smith Masterclass at Sense Of Taste, Portside, Hamilton. Presented by National Sales Manager Dan Coward & Ella Shaw (daughter of co-creator Martin Shaw). Shaw + Smith was established by winemaker Martin Shaw and Master of Wines (MW), Michael Hill Smith, in 1989. Located in the high hills of Adelaide Hills, the vineyards are planted with varieties that perform well in the region. 
Alongside a tasty cheese platter, these were the varieties of the night: • Shaw + Smith Sauvignon Blanc 2019*
• Shaw + Smith Riesling 2019
• Shaw + Smith M3 Chardonnay 2017
• Shaw + Smith Pinot Noir 2018
• Shaw + Smith Shiraz 2016
• Tolpuddle Chardonnay 2018
• Tolpuddle Pinot Noir 2018 (Tolpuddle is a vineyard owned by Michael Hill Smith & Martin Shaw located in Coal River Valley, Tasmania)

These varieties are available from Sense of Taste Portside - 2019 winner of the Best Detached Bottleshop in Queensland. @shawandsmith @senseoftaste_ @theoenophiliasociety
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    @jamiecamero

    Sense Of Taste

    On Tuesday night, I was estatic to join in on the Shaw + Smith Masterclass at Sense Of Taste, Portside, Hamilton. Presented by National Sales Manager Dan Coward & Ella Shaw (daughter of co-creator Martin Shaw). Shaw + Smith was established by winemaker Martin Shaw and Master of Wines (MW), Michael Hill Smith, in 1989. Located in the high hills of Adelaide Hills, the vineyards are planted with varieties that perform well in the region.
    Alongside a tasty cheese platter, these were the varieties of the night: • Shaw + Smith Sauvignon Blanc 2019*
    • Shaw + Smith Riesling 2019
    • Shaw + Smith M3 Chardonnay 2017
    • Shaw + Smith Pinot Noir 2018
    • Shaw + Smith Shiraz 2016
    • Tolpuddle Chardonnay 2018
    • Tolpuddle Pinot Noir 2018 (Tolpuddle is a vineyard owned by Michael Hill Smith & Martin Shaw located in Coal River Valley, Tasmania)

    These varieties are available from Sense of Taste Portside - 2019 winner of the Best Detached Bottleshop in Queensland. @shawandsmith @senseoftaste_ @theoenophiliasociety

  •  2  1  10 minutes ago

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  • I went on for quite a bit on my last post so I am not going to be so "preachy" with this one. It's #FleurieFriday time with Les Labourons from Anne Sophie Dubois. I'm trying out not just a new producer but also a new wine glass thanks to @grasslglass and @akedotaru for sending it over. Let's start with the glass, thin, light similar to Zalto (lighter even) but a more curvy than the angular approach. Aesthetic is like art and music where personal preference is all that matters, in term of performance though I can say it's on par with the other top of the line Austrian glassware for sure. Personally I have not yet found a glass that I prefer for Gamay, Grenache or Syrah but this Grassl Cru is looking rather promising. Will share more once I have tried this out extensively.
As for the wine, Dubois is one of the new younger generation of Beaujoulais. Born in Champagne and having learnt winemaking in Burgundy, she deciding to settle down and make wine in Beaujoulais as the price barrier for starting out in Burgundy is just too high. Les Labourons is from 60 years old vines and raised in old oak.
Tasted in the Grassl Cru the 2017 needed extended decanting as it was just too young. The wine is not quite fully balance with brief open phases that showed plenty of ripe red and dark berries on the nose. Lush with sharp acidity and good complexity but this shows slight alcohol burn and dry gripping tannins. The potential is there but I am guessing this will need more time in the bottle to fully unravel.
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#AnneSophieDubois | #Fleurie "Les Labourons" | 2017 | 🇫🇷| #Beaujoulais | 🍇 Gamay | 🍷#Grasslglass
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    @the_wine_hoarder

    I went on for quite a bit on my last post so I am not going to be so "preachy" with this one. It's #FleurieFriday time with Les Labourons from Anne Sophie Dubois. I'm trying out not just a new producer but also a new wine glass thanks to @grasslglass and @akedotaru for sending it over. Let's start with the glass, thin, light similar to Zalto (lighter even) but a more curvy than the angular approach. Aesthetic is like art and music where personal preference is all that matters, in term of performance though I can say it's on par with the other top of the line Austrian glassware for sure. Personally I have not yet found a glass that I prefer for Gamay, Grenache or Syrah but this Grassl Cru is looking rather promising. Will share more once I have tried this out extensively.
    As for the wine, Dubois is one of the new younger generation of Beaujoulais. Born in Champagne and having learnt winemaking in Burgundy, she deciding to settle down and make wine in Beaujoulais as the price barrier for starting out in Burgundy is just too high. Les Labourons is from 60 years old vines and raised in old oak.
    Tasted in the Grassl Cru the 2017 needed extended decanting as it was just too young. The wine is not quite fully balance with brief open phases that showed plenty of ripe red and dark berries on the nose. Lush with sharp acidity and good complexity but this shows slight alcohol burn and dry gripping tannins. The potential is there but I am guessing this will need more time in the bottle to fully unravel.
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    #AnneSophieDubois | #Fleurie "Les Labourons" | 2017 | 🇫🇷| #Beaujoulais | 🍇 Gamay | 🍷 #Grasslglass
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  •  529  20  20 hours ago
  • Some white burgs for sushi at @sushiginzaonoderala shared by @socalfinedining  @gaurav.kapoor.3956 & @clayfu.wine:

#PhilippePacalet is one of the leading natural winemakers in Burgundy producing wines with as little intervention as possible. Pacalet was an estate manager at Domaine Prieure Roch (another maker known for biodynamic/natural wines) until 1999, when he decided to set out on his own. His philosophy is "Authenticity, Non-Interventionism and Cultural Experience." He strives to let the terroir shine thru and minimizes any unnecessary processes to vinification. He almost never uses any new oak, including this #CortonCharlemagne 2014, which was pure and delightful. Clean nose of orchard fruits with no natural wine funk. Palate was clean as well, almost too clean as it felt somewhat reserved. Perhaps the lack of “makeup” in this wine will require it to age a bit for the flavors to develop and show its true worth.

The Pierre-Yves Colin-Morey Corton-Charlemagne 2010 was much more powerful and forward in comparison. Nose of citrus fruits without the huge matchstick reduction of newer #PYCM wines. Palate had great energy with more crisp fruit perfectly balanced by bright acids. It’s full bodied yet light on the mouthfeel with a persistent finish. Drinking this reminded me of the Coche-Dury CC 2010, which to this day still the best white wine I’ve ever had. This PYCM didn’t quite have that intense energy and length of the Coche, but it’s close!

The PYCM Batard-Montrachet 2011 was more subtle in comparison. It didn’t scream loudly right out the gate, but there’s a very pure elegance that I really loved. Similar citrus notes to the CC but with a tad more reduction and much more minerality. Still quite youthful, this wine was linear and pure; should be even better with some age. I really enjoyed the elegance of this wine, though, and probably ended up drinking most of it out of the 3 (and not just because the waitress poured 1/3 the bottle into my glass… 🤦🏻‍♂️). #Chardonnay #burgundylover #hungrymd_pycm #hungrymd_burg #sushiginzaonodera #michelinstar
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    @hungry.md

    Ginza Onodera Los Angeles 鮨 銀座おのでら

    Some white burgs for sushi at @sushiginzaonoderala shared by @socalfinedining @gaurav.kapoor.3956 & @clayfu.wine:

    #PhilippePacalet is one of the leading natural winemakers in Burgundy producing wines with as little intervention as possible. Pacalet was an estate manager at Domaine Prieure Roch (another maker known for biodynamic/natural wines) until 1999, when he decided to set out on his own. His philosophy is "Authenticity, Non-Interventionism and Cultural Experience." He strives to let the terroir shine thru and minimizes any unnecessary processes to vinification. He almost never uses any new oak, including this #CortonCharlemagne 2014, which was pure and delightful. Clean nose of orchard fruits with no natural wine funk. Palate was clean as well, almost too clean as it felt somewhat reserved. Perhaps the lack of “makeup” in this wine will require it to age a bit for the flavors to develop and show its true worth.

    The Pierre-Yves Colin-Morey Corton-Charlemagne 2010 was much more powerful and forward in comparison. Nose of citrus fruits without the huge matchstick reduction of newer #PYCM wines. Palate had great energy with more crisp fruit perfectly balanced by bright acids. It’s full bodied yet light on the mouthfeel with a persistent finish. Drinking this reminded me of the Coche-Dury CC 2010, which to this day still the best white wine I’ve ever had. This PYCM didn’t quite have that intense energy and length of the Coche, but it’s close!

    The PYCM Batard-Montrachet 2011 was more subtle in comparison. It didn’t scream loudly right out the gate, but there’s a very pure elegance that I really loved. Similar citrus notes to the CC but with a tad more reduction and much more minerality. Still quite youthful, this wine was linear and pure; should be even better with some age. I really enjoyed the elegance of this wine, though, and probably ended up drinking most of it out of the 3 (and not just because the waitress poured 1/3 the bottle into my glass… 🤦🏻‍♂️). #Chardonnay #burgundylover #hungrymd_pycm #hungrymd_burg #sushiginzaonodera #michelinstar

  •  713  25  18 October, 2019