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Jacob's Bar & Kjøkken Wine List Updated for March 2010 – 5 Unsulfured wines added!

Here’s the latest update.  Even though I practically eliminated my entire Champagne selection, this month I have added a new Champagne. Drappier’s Brut Nature is organic and made without the addition of sulfur dioxide.  This isn’t the only sans soufre wine added this month!  4 more un-sulfured wines were added (for a total of 5) and one that has no detectable sulfur!  The most stunning Beaujolais Nouveau I have ever tasted also arrived at Jacob’s yesterday!

  • Drappier Brut Nature – Sans Soufre!Champagne, France
  • Murgo Spumante Metodo Classico Non Dosage 2006 – 100% Nerello Mascalese! – Mt. Etna (Sicilia), Italy
  • Crêt de Ruyère/Cathy & Jean-Luc Gauthier (with Jean-Marc Brignot) “biojô nuovo ;-)” Beaujolais-Villages Nouveau 2009 – No detectable sulfur! – Burgundy, FranceA stunning Beaujolais Nouveau  like only Jean-Marc Brignot can bottle!!
  • Domaine Le Mazel Cuvée Raoul 2008 – After being sold out of the 2007 for about 6 weeks, the 2008 is finally here! – Southern Rhône, France
  • Domaine des 2 Ânes Fontanilles 2006 – Corbieres, Languedoc-Roussillon, France
  • La Treille Muscate (Catherine Marin-Pestel) L’Effrontée Magnum 2007 – 100% old vine Carignan – no sulfur added!! – Languedoc-Roussillon, France
  • Domaine Robert Sérol Les Vieilles Vignes 2009 – 100% Gamay – Loire Valley, France
  • Domaine Robert Sérol (L’)Incorruptible 2009 – 100% Gamay, No added sulfur!! – Loire Valley, France
  • Bressan Cru Pignol 1999 – 100% Pignolo grape, No added sulfur!! – Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Italy

Click on the Treille Muscate Label below to check out the latest wine list!


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5 Responses

  1. ed says:

    Aha, great have to study that one. Send me a box with of each one 😉 Is that Drapier the normal Brut? Like to try that one. Don’t know anything about Champagne, only that most I tasted are terrible. Larmandier I like though.
    http://www.wine-searcher.com/find/drappier+champagne/0/italy

  2. vinosseur says:

    Ed!

    It’s the Drappier Brut Nature – no added dosage. Quite dry. Larmandier-Bernier is a great Champagne. If you find a bottle of Champagne David Leclapart, I recommend you try it! Fantastic!’

    I have not tasted the Malvasia from Despina! Is there residual sugar?? The Malvasia (Secco) I have on my wine list is the one from Camillo Donati – fantastic!

    -ciao!

  3. ed says:

    Ciao!
    I think I can get drappier in Perugia. I’ll try to get a bottle and open on a special day, which can be any day since I don’t open champagnes that often. David Leclapart looks nice but a bit above budget but will be on the lookout for it.
    There is a bit residual sugar, tracce/trails as he says, but overall quite dry though not as dry as the Donati. I like that one but won’t polish off a whole bottle. What do you serve that with? Something a bit oily? Pork?
    I want a bottle of the Cret. Is it ‘old ‘ style? I used to like ‘the gang’ but most of them make quite dull wines at the moment. Did you ever drink Peyra? I think it doesn’t exist anymore but great stuff. Are you going to Italy btw?

  4. Fantastic posting, I bookmarked your blog so I can visit again in the future, Thanks

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