Wines for Spring 2018 – and warmer (hopefully) weather!

Wines to enjoy as the weather improves… (or, should improve) As Winter transitions begrudgingly to Spring, our desire for lighter culinary flavors brings the opportunity to explore lighter wines (and the occasional blockbuster). A special note to those who enjoy French wines: Vintages from 2015 and 2016 throughout France yielded generally fantastic results – which allows many of us … Continue reading Wines for Spring 2018 – and warmer (hopefully) weather!

October 2017 Chairman’s Selection reviews

Greetings!   Lots of solid values in the latest Chairman’s haul – hope you find something interesting! Maison Aguila Cremant de Limoux Brut NV $14.99   Limoux, France  PLCB Code# 78624 (In stores now) “Yeast and toast on the nose. Apple and citrus, with elegant mouthfeel and caressing bubbles.” Steve Pollack, wine buyer for the Chairman’s Selection® program Why … Continue reading October 2017 Chairman’s Selection reviews

February Wine Reviews!

Greetings! First newsletter of 2017 – hope you find some interesting wines and good values to keep warm through the winter months. Best regards, Jack Brice Bedouet Vigneron Muscadet Sevre et Maine Sur Lie 2015 $8.99 Loire Valley, France PLCB Code# 78511 Nice straw colour with green hues. Some green fruit character with some musky … Continue reading February Wine Reviews!

New Perspective Wines – December 2016

Ribbonwood Sauvignon Blanc Marlborough 2015, Marlborough, New Zealand, $8.99, PLCB Code# 78379 “The 2015 Ribbonwood Sauvignon Blanc is scented of ripe lemons, asparagus and grass with touches of crushed stones and sweat. Medium-bodied, it offers mouth-filling citrus and grass-laced flavors and a good Long finish.”  87 Points Wine Spectator 11/15 Light straw color, grassy citrus nose, light, fresh … Continue reading New Perspective Wines – December 2016