2014 Bordeaux: It Ain’t Over Till It’s Over

After a series of lackluster vintages, Bordeaux comes through with shining colors. The best 2014s offer exquisite aromatics, finely sculpted fruit and polished, silky tannins, all signatures of a late-ripening year. There is little doubt 2014 is the finest Bordeaux vintage since 2010.

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Husk, Charleston

You don’t need me to tell you how good Husk is. Since its opening in November 2010, Sean Brock’s second restaurant in Charleston has drawn raves from national food critics and locals alike.


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2014 Domaine Jaulin-Plaisantin Le Dolmen Chinon Rosé ($18) 90 Points

2014 Domaine Jaulin-Plaisantin Le Dolmen Chinon Rosé, 90 points

Vibrant, mineral-laced redcurrant and orange zest aromas are complicated by subtle floral and herbal nuances. Lithe and tightly focused, with bitter cherry and strawberry flavors putting on weight with air. The mineral element repeats on the spicy, focused, long finish. (JR)


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