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Insane Price Reduction on Iconic Austrian and German Wines

Insane Price Reduction on Iconic Austrian and German Wines
For this week, our friends over at Therry Thiesse selections have decided to let a few wines go on sale. Good news for us. Below are some of the iconic selections selected and brought over by Mr. Thiesse from Germany and Austria with either high scores or notes from the man himself. 

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2015 Red Burgundy Line-Up from Edmond Cornu

2015 Red Burgundy Line-Up from Edmond Cornu The subject line might have caught your eye" 2015 red Burgundy?" you might be asking yourself.  After all, in the marketplace today we are seeing the tail end of 2016 red Burgundy with 2017 slowly creeping in. But Edmond Cornu is pure #thuglife. While others are desperately trying to get everything out of the cellar as quickly as possible, Cornu likes to wait a bit. Let them settle down in the cellar before making the great pilgrimage across the pond.  Shouldn't we all be so lucky?

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New 2016 Cornas from Giullaume Gilles and Domaine Lionnet

New 2016 Cornas from Giullaume Gilles and Domaine Lionnet The whole of Cornas comprises 145 hectares of vines—smaller than many individual mid-sized estates in a region like Bordeaux or Tuscany—and its punishingly steep slopes ensure, in Darwinian fashion, that only the most committed growers will forge wine here. Perhaps it’s because of its diminutive size, or because it has never been as dominated by négociants nor as glorified in the press as its more northern neighbors, but Cornas gives the impression of a tight- knit community—a group of winegrowers with an abundant respect for local tradition, and for what makes their wines special. 

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