Currently featured are three elite and highly collectible producers from three separate winegrowing regions: Champagne, Tuscany, and Veneto. While the wines are vastly different in flavor profile, the one aspect they have in common is their commitment to quality and truly representing their "terroir".
Fontodi 2004 Flaccianello
Recent additions to our selection include: a great drinking, elegant ten-year old $19 Bordeaux blend from Friuli, Italy; two wines from one of the world's most unique producers, Josko Gravner; and a baby brunello from Montalcino's hottest producer, Valdicava.
Sant'Elena 1997 Ros di Rol
Gravner 2001 Breg Anfora
Dear New York Vintners Friends, As we sit on the cusp of summer, New York Vintners has been exploring some warm weather wine prospects. Each of the following six wines is not only an excellent and precise representation of its old world region, but also seems particularly fitting for a summer of new world social events and gatherings. Enjoy!
Northern Rhône’s Best Value: JL Chave St. Joseph ‘Offerus’
Smart buys from the southern Rhone
The Mystique of Brunello