Tag Archives: Burgundy

Janine Lettieri

Two weekends ago a dear friend from Santa Fe came to stay with me, and together we prepared this dish for guests. MaryAnn and I both worked at Le Bernardin, and both fell in love with Oeufs en Meurette (eggs… [Read more...]

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Eric Cowperthwaite

I am a huge Burgundy lover who has been recently converted to Oregon (Willamette Valley) Pinot Noir as a great New World approach to the grape. So, when I saw the [2003-2006 RR Ridgecrest Vineyards Pinot Noir Vertical] offer was… [Read more...]

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Janine Lettieri

Back when I was a sommelier at Fleur de Sel and then later at the Waverly Inn I liked to open wines from the list nightly to taste and share with the waitstaff. It was a way of educating as… [Read more...]

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Kara Newman

Have any summer trips planned? Even if wine’s your passion rather than profession, you can use the opportunity to learn more about it with just a bit of planning. According to Rajat Parr, wine director of the Mina Group and… [Read more...]

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Lot18

Rodolphe Boulanger, Imported Wine Director, Lot18 vs. Kevin Boyer, Senior Director of Domestic Wine, Lot18 Our recent move into the Old World has brought up some interesting questions for our wine curators. Whereas winemakers from California and the Pacific Northwest… [Read more...]

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