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’01 Domaine Rolet Vin Jaune 375ml, Arbois, Jura, $64.99/$45 net
100% Savagnin, aged in large barrels under a layer of ‘flor’; the same type of yeast that makes sherries taste the way they do. Not for the tame. Very dry. Pairs excellent with cheeses and charcuterie!
’97 Giulio Ferrari Brut Metodo Classico, Trentino, $99.99/$80 net
Best. Sparkling. Wine. EVER… from Italy, that is. Produced for over 100 years in northern Italy, this gives any Champagne a serious run for the money!
’04 Bruno Giacosa Barolo ‘Castiglione Falletto’, Piedmont, $270/$200 net
Castiglione Falletto is one of the top Cru areas for Nebbiolo in Barolo. Bruno Giacosa is a legend in his own right. Makes a great gift for the Piedmont fanatic!
’05 Burmester Vintage Porto, Douro, Portugal, $89.99/$70 net
Super ripe, drink now (or hold) vintage port. Rock out with blue cheese, dark chocolates, or have a chugging contest á la Super Troopers!
’03 Demeter Zoltan Tokaji ‘Bor’ 375ml, Tokaji, Hungary $69.99/$55 net
An interesting take on the sweet wine of Tokaji. This is botrytis –affected Tokaji (75% Furmint, 25% Harslevelu), much like the style of Sauternes. Grab these last couple of bottles before they’re gone. Zoltan Demeter is a superstar-cult winemaker in Tokaji and his wines fetch outrageous prices, even in his own country. A steal!
’10 Leitz Geiseneimer Rothenberg Riesling Eiswein, Rheingau, Germany $99.99/$80 net
“Picked the day after Christmas. This is among the greatest Eisweins I’ve ever tasted. A parfait of wild strawberries and peonies. Evokes memories that aren’t even yours. Something singular and sublime here, as ethereal as meringue, as solid as a loving dream. I’m quite overcome, as you see… it’s as good as Eiswein can ever be.” Terry Theise
“Bright aromas of camomile tea, orange rind and lemon oil, plus a whiff of smoky botrytis. The supple black cherry flavor is animated by finely chiseled minerality. Dense yet vibrant, this is what eiswein should be in a vintage that produced very few examples of this quality.” 94 points, Stephen Tanzer
’06 les Ruinettes ‘Fletri sur souche’375ml, Valais, Switzerland, $46.99/$32 net
Neal Rosenthal Selections. 100% Marsanne, done in a dessert wine style that competes against Yves Cuilleron for best white Rhone dessert wine ever. Just needs the proper cheese…