Jean Foillard Cuvée 3.14 Morgon Gamay 2016

$119

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Severn Goodwin Delectable Pro

On the Lawn at Tanglewood this afternoon with the Boston Symphony Orchestra. Our conductor Andris Nelsons is leading GERSHWIN (Piano Concerto in F), GERSHWIN (Variations on “I Got Rhythm,” for piano and orchestra) and STRAVINSKY (Petrushka) with the amazing Jean-Yves Thibaude as the piano soloist on the two first works presented today. Jean-Yves is by far among our favorite pianists to grace the Koussevitzky Shed stage, so graceful, yet poignant! Hot days call for cool wines, today there are some fun ones planned for sharing. Nose has blackberry jam on toasted brioche, violet, bruised Tai basil, blueberry seeds and crushed ripe black currant. Palate has peppered black raspberry, black cherry, tomato leaf and well concentrated blueberry jam. @Carla Hine Thanks for sharing, top candidate for wine of the afternoon, along with the Minges Scheurebe!!!

On the Lawn at Tanglewood this afternoon with the Boston Symphony Orchestra. Our conductor Andris Nelsons is leading GERSHWIN (Piano Concerto in F), GERSHWIN (Variations on “I Got Rhythm,” for piano and orchestra) and STRAVINSKY (Petrushka) with the amazing Jean-Yves Thibaude as the piano soloist on the two first works presented today. Jean-Yves is by far among our favorite pianists to grace the Koussevitzky Shed stage, so graceful, yet poignant! Hot days call for cool wines, today there are some fun ones planned for sharing. Nose has blackberry jam on toasted brioche, violet, bruised Tai basil, blueberry seeds and crushed ripe black currant. Palate has peppered black raspberry, black cherry, tomato leaf and well concentrated blueberry jam. @Carla Hine Thanks for sharing, top candidate for wine of the afternoon, along with the Minges Scheurebe!!!

9.4

Mathew

One of my favorite wines year after year (although not produced every year, only when conditions are just right.) Don’t understated why this isn’t rated higher here. For me this bottling is the platonic ideal of an easy drinking smooth as silk highly quaffable wine that also contains just the right amount of complexity. Doesn’t turn me into a philosopher, just makes me pause with a few moments of delicious contemplative reflection while going down easy. Both accessible and complex simultaneously. I could happily drink this every night of the week, alas if I only had more (well I do, but not that much!) Update: btw - the price listed here is ridiculous.

One of my favorite wines year after year (although not produced every year, only when conditions are just right.) Don’t understated why this isn’t rated higher here. For me this bottling is the platonic ideal of an easy drinking smooth as silk highly quaffable wine that also contains just the right amount of complexity. Doesn’t turn me into a philosopher, just makes me pause with a few moments of delicious contemplative reflection while going down easy. Both accessible and complex simultaneously. I could happily drink this every night of the week, alas if I only had more (well I do, but not that much!) Update: btw - the price listed here is ridiculous.

9.5

Michael Meyer

Freakin’ Bojoliscious!

Freakin’ Bojoliscious!

9.3

WARNING: DRINKING DISTILLED SPIRITS, BEER, COOLERS, WINE AND OTHER ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES MAY INCREASE CANCER RISK, AND, DURING PREGNANCY, CAN CAUSE BIRTH DEFECTS.