Dedalus Wine

There is a lot of really wonderful wine in Europe that rarely makes it into the US, even rarer when it graces VT with an appearance. Why? Well often winemakers keep the goods for themselves! And why shouldn’t they? Long days working vineyards, sure it sounds romantic, especially in a picturesque place like Provence, but […] [...read more]

vue-aerienne-du-domaine

Abby

Jul 08, 2014

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Liguria, Player The Ligurian lifestyle is one that I imagine I could get into. In fact, photos of the Ligurian coast very often remind me of life in Cyprus, and of the cultural collision that seems inevitable in ancient Mediterranean coastal regions. The villages are serviced by cobbled streets pitted by time and weather, flanked […] [...read more]

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Jason

Jun 27, 2014

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Story: We don’t get to feature wine from Burgundy in the Club very often. It’s a region that holds some pretty expensive real estate. Parcels of land are less often purchased as they are passed on from generation to generation. Burgundy holds a great level of esteem, with some of the most sought after and […] [...read more]

chevallier

Abby

Jun 27, 2014

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Story: Here is your absolute summertime refreshment! Call this wine the sophisticated older sister to Vinho Verde (which Aveleda bottles as well) this wine gives all of the joyous freshness of a V.V. but with a little extra va va voom! This wine is a blend of indigenous Portuguese varietals, Gouveio, Malvasia, and Moscatel. Gouveio […] [...read more]

aveleda_douro

Abby

Jun 27, 2014

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New at Dedalus: Boillot Bourgogne Rouge 2011 Beautiful Bourgogne… Boillot’s basic Bourgogne bottling is anything but basic. This is pure, hand harvested Pinot Noir from vines almost 50-years-old! It is a blend of fruit from a parcel in Gevrey-Chambertin, which provides back bone, and a vineyard in Volnay, for elegance. Impressive real estate and old vines deliver a lot of […] [...read more]

boillot_bourgogne_2011

Abby

Jun 24, 2014

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