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Movia Puro Rose 2003 750ml
Movia Puro Rose 2003 750ml
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Pale salmon color with delicate scents of raspberries and mushrooms, this ’03 Puro Rosé offers elegance combined with weighty complexity. The Puro Rosé is bottled undisgorged, and the yeast sediment plug may be removed under water prior to its being served, although some IWM staffers leave it in because they enjoy the flavor and the rusticity. A mono-varietal old-vine Pinot Nero (Pinot Noir), Puro Rosé enjoys primary fermentation in tanks with natural yeasts, secondary fermentation in barrrique on the lees, and four years of maturing in barriques before bottling. To open Movia's Puro Rosé, please click here to view proper disgorging procedures.
Roger Coulon Brut Reserve de l'Hommee 1er Cru NV 750ml
Roger Coulon Brut Reserve de l'Hommee 1er Cru NV 750ml
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Perfect, fine perlage transmits a balanced, complex palate with a beautifully textured mouth-feel in this cuvée from Roger Coulon. Bright cherries and berries, buttered brioche, baking spices and vanilla cavort in the nose of this Champagne, and the precise palate echoes these notes, adding citrus and orchard fruits as it builds to a polished finish. This wine, a blend of Pinot Meunier, Pinot Noir, and Chardonnay that derives from the estate’s old-vine vineyards in Vrigny and Pargny, gets its name from the traditional term for the vineyard work a person could do in a single day. Tradition dictates the creation of this wine; it ferments with only natural yeasts and ages for five years before disgorgement.
Il Poggione Brunello di Montalcino 2004 750ml
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Initially established at the close of the 19th century, quality-oriented production commenced at the Francheschi family’s renowned estate only in 1958, when esteemed enologist Pierluigi Talenti accepted the post of winemaker. Situated in the zone of Sant’Angelo in the Colle region, Il Poggione emerged as one of the foremost producers of classic and elegant Brunello with the release of the 1965 vintage, an effort that received universal recognition as a consummate expression of Montalcino’s

Talenti’s tenure at Il Poggione spanned a period of over 40 years, but relatively early into his distinguished career, he began to train current winemaker Fabrizio Bindocci, who served as Talenti’s assistant winemaker for slightly over two decades. The estate’s vineyard holdings currently comprise 247 acres in the Brunello di Montalcino zone; 118 acres are dedicated to vines for Brunello (both regular and riserva bottlings), while the remaining 132 accommodate Rosso di Montalcino production, as well as Cabernet Sauvignon and white varietals.

Il Poggione is situated in the southern portion of the Montalcino zone, which generally receives the beneficent impact of a more full-fledged and generous Mediterranean climate as well as sandier soils, less wind, and lower altitudes than estates positioned in the northern zones. While the wines issuing from the south generally display a dense, fruity, low-acid character, microclimates do account for significant distinctions among the estates. Such is the case with Il Poggione, whose vineyards lie at a range of 150 to 450 meters above sea level. Thus, the estate’s wines tend to go against type—the regional proclivity— achieving a rare equilibrium between structure and balance.

Thus, while the wines under Bindocci have evoked a slight modern influence (primarily via their state upon release, which demonstrates a less evolved character than exhibited formerly with Talenti’s), they are still positioned within Montalcino’s classic school. Bindocci, in fact, is known for introducing modern elements in a very conservative/deliberate mode. The wines continue to provide a demonstrable illustration of Brunello’s capacity to age when vinified in an appropriate fashion. Early in their development, they characteristically display a fair degree of restraint, coupled with an inveterate potential for significant evolution.
Paul Pernot Meursault Blagny 1er Cru 2011 750ml
Paul Pernot Meursault Blagny 1er Cru 2010 750ml
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This Meursault Blagny Premier Cur, always an IWM crowd favorite, may not be one of Paul Pernot’s legendary Puligny-Montrachets, but it is nonetheless a superstar. Herbs and roses combine with white flesh fruit in this wine with a creamy finish. It’s a shockingly complex, satisfying wine for one that comes from relatively young vines, just a decade old.
Domaine Louis Jadot Santenay Clos de Malte Rouge 2010 750ml
Domaine Louis Jadot Santenay Clos de Malte Rouge 2010 750ml
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Santenays are known for their elegance, and this Clos de Malte single-vineyard monopole is no exception. The bright ruby Domaine Louis Jadot Santenay Clos de Malte Rouge 2010 shows a lovely, complex aroma of ripe red fruits of cherries, raspberries strawberries, spice and perfume. On the palate, the red fruit flavors dominate, with a good structure of tannin-acid balance, a beautiful texture and a true “gout de terroir.” The incredible 2010 vintage is one of the best vintages of the new millennium, a must-have for all true Burgheads.
Domaine H. Boillot Meursault Villages 2010 750ml
Domaine H. Boillot Meursault Villages 2010 750ml
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After inheriting his share of his father's wines a few years back, Henri Boillot now releases two sets of wines: Domaine Henri Boillot, from land which he wholly owns, and Maison Henri Boillot, from land which he leases and/or farms; this is the former. Meursault often have a rich mouth-feel, a palate backed by ripe fruits, and a long finish consisting of butterscotch, caramel, hazelnut, and almonds, and this wine typifies this profile precisely. The vines from this appellation are some of the oldest in Burgundy, which can explain the complexity found in top bottlings. Boillot’s Meursault village is a prime example of what Meursault can and should be.
Domaine Matrot Meursault Rouge 2010 750ml
Domaine Matrot Meursault Rouge 2010 750ml
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The 2010 Meursault Rouge from Matrot offers terrific structure that complements its intensity and sexy, lush profile. Smoke, earth, chewy tannins, and a terrific mouth-feel complement this wine’s balance of sweet and sour fruit, which lasts on this wine’s long, lingering finish. With its ripe, dense mid-palate of blueberries, plums, and cherries that complement the hints of sauvage and spice, this Meursault Rouge is very different from its close Volnay neighbor. Deriving from thirty-year-old vines, the grapes ferment with indigenous yeasts in temperature-controlled vats, and then the wine matures for 11 months in oak, a small portion of which is new.
Serafin Pere & Fils Bourgogne Rouge 2010 750ml
Serafin Pere & Fils Bourgogne Rouge 2010 750ml
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Tormaresca Bocca di Lupo Castel del Monte 2011 750ml
Tormaresca Bocca di Lupo Castel del Monte 2011 750ml
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Deep red in the glass, this mono-varietal Aglianico bursts with brambly red and blue fruits that lie on a foundation of saddle leather, grilled herbs, balsam, dried plums, scorched earth, and toasted nuts. Caressing yet bold, this ’11 wine piques the cheeks with chewy tannins, and its sweet inner perfume morphs into a finish that’s laden with savory minerals. Nicely balanced and beautifully structured, the ’11 Bocca di Lupo shows tremendous aging potential. After allowing the Aglianico grapes to ripen fully, Tormaresca vinifies them in temperature-controlled stainless steel, and the wine ferments in barrique for fifteen months and ages in the bottle for two years before release.
Antinori Cervaro della Sala Chardonnay 2014 750ml
Antinori Cervaro della Sala Chardonnay 2014 750ml
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2014 was a challenging vintage in Italy that separated good winemakers from great ones. The Antinori team shows its prowess in this rich, creamy and zesty ’14 Cervaro bottling. Sappy yet fresh, this wine bursts with orchard and stone fruits, crushed hazelnuts, white flower petals, and a kiss of toasty, spicy wood. Whooshing across the palate with vibrant acidity, this mid to full-bodied white has plenty of verve to match its opulent mouth-feel, and savory minerality complicates its sweet inner perfume. Beautifully structured and textured, the ’14 Cervaro is a triumph in a difficult vintage. A blend of 90% Chardonnay with 10% Grechetto, the grapes for this wine macerate separately in tanks, and the wines undergo malolactic fermentation in oak barrels; after five months, the blend is assembled and the wine ages for a year in bottle before release.