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Thursday, July 2, 2009

On 7:13 PM by The Bloggers @ 67 Wine   No comments
Hi all,

So I thought I'd actually write a blog about some wines that arrived recently here at 67 Wine. Despite the summer season, which is traditionally slow in our business; we are still trying to acquire new and better wines! The following are some of those new to our store this year:

Hermann J. Wiemer Blanc De Noir:
This wine from the 2002 harvest is made mostly of pinot noir, and has about 15% chardonnay in it as well. A great sparkling wine that competes well with much more expensive wines this Blanc de Noir is made the Methode Champenoise. The nose has Apple, Citrus and hints of spice. The palete shows more complexity with the addition of a distinct nutty edge. Great fun wine!

 Bandol Tempier Rose 2008:
This Rose of Mouvedre is often considered the best in class. A great bandol Rose that in this vintage is very easy drinking, fresh and quite delicous. The pale salmon color is typical of this wine and region. Notes of Berries, earth, good acidity and a hint of seaside, this wine is absouluty devine with popcord- just add a little olive oil and thyme as well as your salt and pepper!

Arbois Ploussard Fredric Lornet 2005 :
Red wine from the Jura Region. Made from a local grape called Ploussard, the wine is quite light, almost rose in color, and is one of the best summer reds available. Pale and see through red in the glass the wine is delicous with notes of berry, straw and hints of refreshing minerality. Tastes great- perfect for pannini and salad lunches! This wine is also organic!

Regnie Grain et Granite Charly Thevenet 2007 ,
Gamay! The newest of the Beaujolais Cru Appellations, this bottle of Regnie is made by the son of one of the famous 'gang of four' producers all of whom reside and make wine in Morgon. The style is distinct, richer then most Beaujolais, with a very low amount of sulfur added at bottling, if any. A medium bodied and complex wine complemented by great fruit and nice pleasant acidity. This bottle is one of the best Beaujolais I have ever had!

Terrabianca Campaccio 2004:
SuperTuscan, Super Pricing, and three different sizes of bottle on offer! Campaccio is a very modern style super tuscan made from 70% Sangiovese and 30% Cabernet Sauvignon. A great, rich, full bodied wine, this bottle is quite good and tastes slightly vanilla with a beautiful core of fruit. Very intense flavors that stand up to rich food- try it with a really big BBQ! We have this wine in Half Bottles, Full Bottles and Magnums!! One each for breakfast, lunch and dinner!

Well,
Thats it for now- enjoy!
Thanks for reading,

Ben
7/2/2009









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