Posts Tagged ‘Burgundy’

Saint-Aubins from Domaine Larue

Tweet SAINT-AUBIN by Kermit Lynch Long-timers might remember how from the start I looked in all the nooks and crannies for bargain white Burgundies. I needed them for myself and for some of you. The Montagny from Jean Vachet was a huge success, for example. I was also struck by the potential at Saint-Aubin. I […]

April Newsletter: Spring Pop-Up, New Arrivals from Angéline Templier & Daniel Brunier, and a Venetian Sampler

Tweet The April Newsletter is now available. Click here to download the pdf. Highlights from this month’s newsletter… SPRING POP-UP with DANIEL BRUNIER OF VIEUX TÉLÉGRAPHE and ANGÉLINE TEMPLIER OF J. LASSALLE   It is our pleasure to announce another Pop-Up in the Kermit Lynch parking lot! Please join us on Saturday, April 23, from […]

La Famille Montanet

Tweet by Chris Santini The first of many words to come to mind when I think of the Montanets and their wines is unpretentious. In an era of unfortunate and rampant “luxurization” of Burgundy, here is a family that has achieved enormous success in France, as well as in export markets the world over, yet […]

February Newsletter: An Abundance of New Arrivals from Italy, White Burgundy, Beaujolais Blanc & Rouge

Tweet The February Newsletter is now available. Click here to download the pdf. Highlights from this month’s newsletter… ITALIA > by Dixon Brooke As I hope you’ve noticed, we have invested a lot of energy in revitalizing and growing our Italian portfolio over the past few years. It sure has been a lot of fun. […]

MOLD

Tweet by Kermit Lynch   © Gail Skoff Mold might be considered a tough sell these days, but here I go. When I began to buy wine in Burgundy in the seventies, the vignerons had a saying: If you build a cave, a winery installation, and mold doesn’t grow in it, start all over in […]

September Newsletter: Premier Cru Burgundies, Rhône Wines, Northern Italy

Tweet The September Newsletter is now available. Click here to download the pdf. Highlights from this month’s newsletter… PREMIER CRU BURGUNDIES by Anthony Lynch 2013 SANTENAY ROUGE 1ER CRU “LE BEAUREPAIRE” JEAN-MARC VINCENT > Jean-Marc and Anne-Marie Vincent represent a breed of vigneron that is harder and harder to come by. The elegance and seductiveness of this Pinot Noir […]

July Newsletter: Tempier P-A, Raiding the Cellar, Rosé Time Continues!

Tweet The July Newsletter is now available. Click here to download the pdf. Highlights from this month’s newsletter… Top TEMPIER ROSÉ HAS ARRIVED . . . AMONG OTHERS! by Anthony Lynch 2014 BANDOL ROSÉ > DOMAINE TEMPIER I recently heard somebody say that “rosé season” had begun. Rosé season?! What a preposterous notion. Years of […]

May Newsletter: 2013 Lucien Boillot & Fils P-A, The Latest Finds from Friuli and Chianti, New Beginnings Sampler

Tweet The May Newsletter is now available. Click here to download the pdf. Highlights from this month’s newsletter… PRE-ARRIVAL OFFER 2013 DOMAINE LUCIEN BOILLOT & FILS by Dixon Brooke In Burgundy, 2013 was another year in which Mother Nature reduced the size of the crop without consulting the growers. Hail was a big factor in the […]

Varsity Quaffing

Tweet As winter slowly winds down, the days become longer, springtime vegetables start to appear in the market, and my taste buds turn away from big, hearty wines in favor of the easily devoured quaffer. It’s a theme that never gets old around KLWM. Shortly after graduating college, I moved to France to lead bicycle […]

Into the Eye of the Strike: Arrivée

Tweet Sunday, October 24 My flight arrived on time in Paris.  Sailed through passport control and customs without much fanfare.  Jumped in a cab and told my cabbie I was glad he wasn’t on strike.  “Il faut travailler” was his response, you have to work.  Right answer.  He is from Cambodia and has lived here […]