Staff Pick

Michel Gahier Les Grands Vergers Arbois Trousseau 2014

9.125 ratings on Delectable
$35

With Puffeney retiring, there's little debating now that Michel Gahier is making the world's greatest Trousseau. This '14 Grands Vergers, his top wine from 60 to 70 year old vines planted on heavy marl, could use a few more years in bottle to show its best, but hell - who can resist?

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Ratings on Delectable

Alex Alan Delectable Pro

Wine Director Hotel Delmano

Damn this is delicious. Light, alive, lifted, and with great clarity. Gahier's style is the most wonderful combination of simplicity, purity, and elegance. You can't teach game...and he's got serious game!

Damn this is delicious. Light, alive, lifted, and with great clarity. Gahier's style is the most wonderful combination of simplicity, purity, and elegance. You can't teach game...and he's got serious game!

9.4

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The team at Manhattan Wine Co. couldn't stop gushing about this one so I knew I had to check it out.

The team at Manhattan Wine Co. couldn't stop gushing about this one so I knew I had to check it out.

Bob Colman

Beauftilly pretty, fresh & juicy

Beauftilly pretty, fresh & juicy

9.4

Jon Fine

Am trying to think of a time I had a shitty trousseau. In any event: this wasn't it. SO TRUE AMIRITE?

Am trying to think of a time I had a shitty trousseau. In any event: this wasn't it. SO TRUE AMIRITE?

9.2

Location

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    New York, NY 10001

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