Source: FT By Jancis Robinson June 10 2011 21:10 What makes Charles Chevallier, winemaker at Château Lafite since 1983, smile? It is not the extraordinary elevation of his first growth Pauillac to most highly valued bordeaux of all, fuelled by … Read More
Come celebrate our Grand Opening with a mature Bordeaux deal not to be missed! 1999 Chateau Simard (Saint-Emilion) $19.98/bottle — Nationwide Price is $24-$29 Brendan & Xavier’s Notes: Deep ruby/garnet color followed by classical aromas of ripe black cherries, sandy … Read More
Source: Decanter by Jane Anson in Bordeaux Thursday 12 May 2011 The new St Emilion classification has still not been approved by the Ministry of Agriculture, almost three months after being submitted The appellations body, the INAO, expected confirmation by … Read More
The Sherlock’s team spent a week in Bordeaux at the beginning of April attending the Union des Grands Crus tastings of the 2010 vintage. We spoke at length with chateau owners and winemakers. All were very pleased with the big, … Read More
Source: PRESS DEMOCRAT Thursday, April 21, 2011 at 8:04 a.m. Kendall-Jackson winery founder Jess Jackson, whose chardonnay found the sweet spot in the American palate and made him the richest man in Sonoma County, died Thursday after a battle … Read More
We are pleased to announce the New Sherlock’s Wine Merchant Buckhead is now open for business! Swing by and shop our spacious location full of your favorite fine wines. We are still in the same shopping center right next to … Read More
We are waiting to catch our connecting flight to Bordeaux through Charles de Gaulle in Paris. We are on our way to Bordeaux for the Union des Grands Crus Primeurs week. We will visit Chateau and be tasting barrel samples … Read More
Kathy Joseph of Fiddlehead Cellars was kind enough to briefly visit us today. Tasting her world class Pinot Noir’s, Sauvignon Blanc’s as well as Rose is always a treat! Year after year her wines are some of the finest and most consistent of … Read More
New floors installed today! What a dramatic difference a day makes.
Dry wall is up and interior lighting is being installed. The construction progress from a week ago has been amazing to watch!