New Arrivals

Amazing Value on Natural Wine from Cotes...

When you think of Natural Wine from France, your mind may immediately go to the Loire Valley and Cabernet Franc. Now, take a trip Southeast to the happening Natural Wine movement exploding in the Cotes du Rhone. New expressions of...

Insane Sale: Chablis for up to 40%...

Gotta be honest and I rarely do this: years ago when I tried this wine (think it was the 2012) I was not a fan and never thought I would see the light of day with it again. It was...

Patrick Cappiello’s Monte Rio Cellars as Seen...

I recently tried these on a whim and was quite impressed. They are natural wines without being too instagramy. Fresh while still being serious. New age yet terroir driven. Overall, they should be tried now! Are these for you?  Can't...

2018 Patrick Piuze Chablis: The Hits Keep...

Enter Patrick Piuze. At Some Good Wine we have been huge fans and are one of the top sellers of his wines up and down. The 2018s are a fascinating mix. Overall, they are round and wholesome with the always evolving terroir distinctions....

2016 Jerome Chezeaux: A Bang for your...

The first thing one should know about this incredible winery is that it comes from the distributor Neal Rosenthal. That alone is a selling point, strong enough to encourage anyone. Secondly, check out the prices and the real estate. With...

2017 Claus Preisinger Zweigelt and Blaufrankish

One of the more fascinating phenomena to happen in the last couple of years, is the emergence of Austrian reds onto the American wine scene. When I first got into this lovely business, there were perhaps a handful in some...

2017 Panther Creek Pinot Noir @ Lowest...

Quality Pinot below $20 is absurd these days. Even more absurd than a wine bottle named after an exotic animal without a photo of the exotic animal. But for today, we have managed to pull both off.  Located in the...

Northern Rhone Whites from Xavier Gerard

Most are familiar with this estate from a few weeks back when we had a great deal on the Cote Rotie. For this week, I wanted to feature the new line up of whites. I feel that Northern Rhone whites...

New and Old Wines from Radikon

If you're unfamiliar with these wines, let's start here:  Raise your hand if you've heard of this new term "orange wine?"  Me, me, me. Yes, we have tons of them. What is it? In simple terms, wine that is orange...

2017 Drew Pinot Noir Fog Eater with...

Sorry for the back to back newsletters this week; breaking my two a week and possibly getting some unsubscribes, but something nice happened: One of my favorite American Pinot Noirs has just gotten a rad score and I grabbed up...

New Wines from Alain Voge: Another Northern...

The red and white wines of the Northern Rhone never cease to amaze me. Majestic, tantalizing and transcendental are a few adjectives that come to mind but what really gets me excited is the QPR (quality price ratio.) For wines...

Insane Price Reduction on Iconic Austrian and...

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...

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...

New 2016 Cornas from Giullaume Gilles and...

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...

Highly Allocated American Wines: Anthill Farms, Martinelli,...

This week we are lucky to get a big selection of small production, blue chip, allocated wines from California. Some of which I haven't been offered before such as Martinelli and several wines from Anthill Farms.  

New Wines, Reduced Prices, Insane Scores from...

I have been meaning to do a newsletter on this for a while.  I adore the wines from Washington State and the producers below represent a majority of the better ones coming out of there. For the price, these destroy...

Arrival of 2016 Xavier Gerard Cote Rotie...

Several years ago, the formidable distributor Neal Rosenthal decided to bring in this great producer of Cote Rotie to complement their most excellent lineup of Northern Rhone wines. Xavier Gerard was young and unheard of which is strange for a...

New Wines from Sablonnettes: Natural but not...

Most of you are familiar with this great producer who has been a staple of our store since opening. In fact, on a personal basis, this was one of the first natural wines I tried that made me think something...

New Vintages of Il Censo: Newest Sicilian...

I know, I know it seems like every week we are featuring wines from Sicily. But we can't help ourselves. There is so much great stuff coming out of this small yet magnanimous island that there is never enough time...

Wines from the New York Times Wine...

Our friend Mr. Eric Asimov has hit the nail on the head one more time. I say this every time, but I am super thrilled he has decided to focus on arguably the most underrated and misunderstood wine region in...

Orange is the New Orange: 2 New...

The popularity of orange wines these days is astonishing. At once there was one in the store and it was hard to sell, now the average customer is coming in looking for it EVERY SINGLE DAY!  Good for us, isn't...

Sicily's Finest: 2017 Tenuta della Terre Nere...

To be great in Sicily, one has to be aware of terroir and not succumb to cliches. One has to recognize differences above all else and be willing to take a punch. Here is the quick story of Tenuta Della Terre Nere:  On roughly...

New Releases from Arnot Roberts: French Mind,...

Frequent fans of this newsletter will recognize today's producer. Arnot Roberts is a Burgundy/Rhone lovers love in California. Seriously, it is shocking the number of customers who only buy Burgundy, Rhone and Barolo from me but find themselves drawn to this producer...

Massive Sale: 40% OFF 2016 Graci Etna...

Today, Sicily is a world class area with tons of great stuff, new and interesting, coming in every year. One of these is today's producer: Graci!  Slowly making way to be one of the biggest stars here, he has real estate up...

New Releases from Domaine Prudhon: The Rising...

It never ceases to amaze me how a 26 mile stretch of land can not only show such wealth but continue to contain so many great producers which seem to come out of nowhere. For today, we have two favorites both...

California Gems: 2017 Rivers Marie and Booker...

For today, we have two special, cultish wineries that are both extremely limited and scored well. Due to scarcity, I have not tried these enough to give my own impression and rely on scores when available

Women Winemakers of Some Good Wine

This Women’s History Month, we want to celebrate some of the amazing women winemakers that make this store possible 👑 As pioneers in their industry, they have paved the way for many more to come 🙌

Insane Price Reduction on German Wines

Today we're in luck. I was able to grab up the last of some exquisite closeout deals on German Riesling. Lucky for you all, the deals are insane and should entice anyone whose either a German Riesling nut, slightly dipping...

40% Off 2013 Donkey & Goat Syrah,...

"Donkey & Goat winery has its own manifesto, and how can you not love a winery with a manifesto? This husband-and-wife team (don’t ask which is the donkey) does a fine job of abiding by its minimalist principles."Eric Asimov, The New York Times

2017 Jean Philippe Fichet

White Burgundy and Meursault are better than ever with a new generation of winemakers capitalizing on soil diversity to make some of Burgundy’s most exciting white wines.  But there is one other important winemaker pointing the way to the future: Jean-Philippe Fichet. Perhaps this is...

2014 Porta Bohemica Pinot Noir

As some of you know, Czech wines are a big part of our store; meaning...we have 7 of them, which is 7 more than the other major stores in New York.  The small country started growing lots of cool stuff...

New Vintages of Paolo Bea

Paolo Bea is one of those names that almost that has almost become a secret code in the wine consumers world. Not for the un-savvy shopper. Those who speak about it are normally avid collectors who appreciate great values. And...

2017 Red Burgundy: Chandon de Briailles and...

As the majestic 2017 red Burgundies start to arrive, we will be announcing them no matter what the format or illogic nature. Such as today. Here are two producers with nothing in common except for the fact that they are...

New Vintages of COS from Sicily

Today's feature is an oldie but a goodie here at Some Good Wine. Azienda Agricola COS––to be known here on out as simply COS––has been a staple of our Sicilian diet since we opened. As of recent, the winery has...

Great Sale on older Pepe: Emidio and...

For today, we have a duo of fine wines that don't have much in common except that their both Italian and their names kind of sound alike. We shall call this: A Tale of Two Pepes Below is a line up...

New Vintages of Spanish Gems from Vega...

Vega Sicilia is considered by many to be the most rare and exclusive wine from Spain. Located at Valbuena del Duero, 30 km east of the ancient university town of Valladolid, it was the first winery in Spain to plant Bordelaise...

2015 Domaine Manarine Les Terres Saintes Cotes...

For this week, we are bringing back an oldie that hasn't made the newsletter in a while. One of the first Cotes du Rhones I ever had and proud to be able to bring back at a substantial discount. Domaine Manarine makes...

New Vintages of Jean Marc Pillot

There are so many things to love about this today's featured producer, Jean Marc Pillot, but two things in particular really stand out. 1. While everyone else is trying to get their latest release out the door, Pillot holds back a year. How...

2015 Bitouzet-Prieur

Today's producer is one I discovered years ago. Truth be told, I wasn't a fan. I found the wines to be simplistic and worthy of their very low price point––could you believe it! Back in the day Volnay 1er Cru...

Women Winemakers of Natural Wine! New Vintages...

1. All wines were either founded and owned by women or have women winemakers.2. All wines are naturally produced or highest level bio-dynamic3. All wines are Italian4. All are imported by David Bowler5. All are awesome.

2017 Suertes del Marques from the Canary...

In case you haven't gotten the memo yet, here at Some Good Wine we specialize in, amongst other things, wines from the Canary Islands. With a selection that can at times get to be over 50, one would think that...

Eric Asimov's Latest NYT Article: "For Muscadet,...

Eric Asimov Top 10 Muscadets  In this week's The Pour, Eric Asimov dives into one of my favorite topics: Muscadet. I couldn't be happier. Spoiler Alert: They are underrated and of great value. But seriously...they really are. It's kind of a...

New Wines, Reduced Prices, Insane Scores from...

New Wines from Washington   I have been meaning to do a newsletter on this for a while.  I adore the wines from Washington State and the producers below represent a majority of the better ones coming out of there. For...

New Vintages of Pinot Noir from Black...

The Soul of Burgundy in the Heart of America: Found Nowhere Else in the Country Around a year ago we had an incredibly successful newsletter on 2014 Black Kite Pinot. Now we are onto the 2015 vintage and as you...

Burgundy Duo @ Great Discount

This father-son duo not only has great hair (and resemble the Melvins Buzz Osborne more than Burgundy growers) but their wines are getting better and better each year. It's been an incredible journey to watch these guys go from obscurity when...

2012 Kunstler Rudesheimer Bischofsberg Alte Reben Riesling...

Hyperbole aside, this style of Riesling is my favorite nowadays. There is something really magical here; where all of the poetic ramblings, wax on wax off, that we continuously hear about, finally come together to make sense. Where the sweetness is...

2016 Chateauneuf du Pape

The critics don't lie: "The best in a generation," some say. "Easily the most interesting CDPs I have ever had," says another. "I love Some Good Wine," says every customer whoever walks in.  For the past few months all I have heard about (except Trump)...

2015 Harmand Geoffroy The Best of a...

Harmand Geoffroy comes from a handful of Burgundy producers that for about a decade now, I have been touting and selling to private customers. The prices have always been spectacular. The quality magnificent and the style old school. I have had...

2013 Messmer Muskateller Feinherb

A great treat this week. A wine I stumbled upon accidentally—long story—but has become one of my new favorites. And the price? Feel free to jump ahead for the sheer excitement. First off, for those who don't know: Muskateller is the German name for Muscat. Messmer was founded...

2017 JJ Prum & Back Vintages

JJ Prum. You know them. One of the most iconic wine producers out there. A name so archetypal it says everything about German Riesling that one can conjure. The soil. The life. The experience. Luckily for us, the prices in 2017 are...

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