Friday, April 30, 2010

Here we go

Already more than 50 wines have been released, and for some, sales are brisk, thanks to the quality of this 2009 vintage and, of course, the notes from the Wine Spectator.
Thank you James Suckling for having woken up the American market for regular wine, meaning wines sold for less than US$30.

Regarding my wholesale business and wines that are working well, either because we sold out or because we bought them for our inventory (Gentlemen banker, I know, it’s not good), here is my list as of the end of April 2010 :
Domaine de l’A, Aster de Beaulieu, Cote Montpezat, Clos Floridene, Godeau, Franc Maillet Cuvée Jean Baptiste (exclusivity), La Mauriane, Mauvais Garçon (exclusivity), Malromé Cuvée Adèle, Mont Perat red and white, Tour des Termes, Tour Maillet, Vieille Cure and Sansonnet. Today, some of my friends’ wines : Moulin Haut Laroque, sure value in Fronsac, same with Faizeau in Montagne Saint Emilion, and Jean Guyon’s wines especially Rollan de By and Haut Condissas

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