Louis Roederer Cristal Champagne
Louis Roederer Cristal Champagne is one of the best loved wines in the world.
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Puligny Montrachet Olivier Leflaive 2013
2013 Olivier Leflaive Puligny-Montrachet
91 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate
The 2013 Puligny-Montrachet Village, which sees around 15% new oak, has a fragrant bouquet: apple blossom, touches of peach and yellow plum, quite complex for a village cru. The palate is fresh and malic on the entry with a keen line of acidity. Linear and correct with a slightly abrupt but delineated finish. Very fine.
90 points Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar
(in tank): Bright, light yellow. Rather subdued aromas of lemon, grapefruit and white flowers. Fat and sweet on entry, and distinctly exotic after the 2014s. Nicely full in the middle but tight on the back end, perhaps a bit hardened by SO2. (Incidentally, Leflaive's Bourgogne Blanc, which I also sampled from tank, offers sappy, saline aromas and flavors of citrus and stone fruits and flowers and a tactile concentration that transcends its appellation.)
90 points Wine Spectator
A successful mix of luscious fruit, toasted spice and a firm backbone highlight this well-balanced, vibrant white. Long and refreshing on the finish, where the floral and mineral elements chime in. Best from 2017 through 2024. 1,200 cases imported.
Bright pale greenish gold. A little subdued on the nose. Solid and with lovely build. Masses of citrus freshness and tightly curled. Solid and stony. Very promising.
Château Potensac 2010
2010 Potensac, Médoc
91-92 points James Suckling
This is one of the fruitiest Potensacs that I remember, with loads of blueberry and currants. Full and velvety. Plenty going on underneath.
91 points Wine Enthusiast
Firm and prominent yet dusty tannins show one side of the richness of the vintage. The other is the ripe, black fruits, with acidity in fine balance. This estate, under the same ownership as Léoville las Cases, is serious Médoc, needing to age.
90 points Wine Spectator
Solid, if a bit chunky, with cocoa and ganache coating a core of black currant and blackberry fruit that hangs through the muscular finish, where a warm paving stone note rings out. A touch austere, but the stuffing is there for cellaring. Best from 2014 through 2020.
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate
The 2010 is a winner again and a sleeper of the vintage. A blend of 52% Merlot, 37% Cabernet Sauvignon and the rest a whopping 21% Cabernet Franc (which is unusual in this part of Bordeaux) has loads of cedar, wood, sweet cherries, some damp earth and a hint of strawberry liqueur in a medium-bodied, elegant style meant for consuming over the next decade or more. Leave it to Jean-Hubert Delon to make a second wine from his northern frontier territory of Potensac, for decades one of the most reliable and value-priced wines of Bordeaux.
Rose domaine ott clos Mireille 2017
Domaines Ott is the king of French rosés. This is the wine The New York Times dubbed "the summer drink to be seen with!" Order while supplies last.
93 Points Robert Parker: "The archetypal pale Mediterranean rosé, the 2017 Cotes de Provence Rose Clos Mireille boasts briny aromas evocative of the sea, with pink grapefruit, cherry and lime notes. A blend of Grenache, Cinsault and Syrah, it's medium-bodied but feels lighter, with a clean, refreshing finish that includes hints of wet stones, peach and citrus. It's a terrific rosé for drinking this summer (or anytime)."
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