EP 140 Second Wines/Labels of Bordeaux and Other Wines.-Episode #140.

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This is a much anticipated episode where Gary Vaynerchuk tastes through the second labels of major wineries to see how their second wines stack up. Gary tastes through wines from California, Italy and of course Bordeaux where much is made of second label wines.

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Tags: Bordeaux, cabernet, california, France, italy, napa, red wines, review, tuscan, Video

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  • Redhawk

    Jumping in late, but what the heck

    QOTD: Does the “regular” Shafer cab count as a second to Hillside Select? If so, that’s my pick. If not, it’s maybe a tie between ’96 La Criox de Beaucaillou and ’01 Pagodes de Cos (OK–edge probably to the Pagodes). I didn’t care for my bottle of ’96 les Forts de Latour–too vegetal.

  • Redhawk

    Jumping in late, but what the heck

    QOTD: Does the “regular” Shafer cab count as a second to Hillside Select? If so, that’s my pick. If not, it’s maybe a tie between ’96 La Criox de Beaucaillou and ’01 Pagodes de Cos (OK–edge probably to the Pagodes). I didn’t care for my bottle of ’96 les Forts de Latour–too vegetal.

  • thomas korent

    This is really late – considering the time the episode went “on air”…my favourite second wine was a 2001 Lucente – the second wine to Mondavi and Frescobaldi’s Luce. In Europe only about 25$ – in Canada 27 Canadian Dollars. Spectator said 92 points. I, for once, agree. And, at that price…I say quite a value – especially considering that because of the relatively low merlot percentage, you should best drink this wine after 2010 – and that’s an ageing potential I haven’t seen in many second wines…can’t wait to open the rest of the case…

  • thomas korent

    This is really late – considering the time the episode went “on air”…my favourite second wine was a 2001 Lucente – the second wine to Mondavi and Frescobaldi’s Luce. In Europe only about 25$ – in Canada 27 Canadian Dollars. Spectator said 92 points. I, for once, agree. And, at that price…I say quite a value – especially considering that because of the relatively low merlot percentage, you should best drink this wine after 2010 – and that’s an ageing potential I haven’t seen in many second wines…can’t wait to open the rest of the case…

  • Alos Diallo

    I really like this episode, I had actually wondered about many of the second wines and how good they are. Nice Job!

  • Alos Diallo

    I really like this episode, I had actually wondered about many of the second wines and how good they are. Nice Job!

  • Sharon

    Ooh, what was thay you were saying about Peyton and Eli? :-)
    If you’re ever in Groton, MA, (outside Rt. 495 belt) check out Gibbet Hill Grille. They even have a fairly imaginative wine list:
    http://www.gibbethill.com/index.htm

  • Sharon

    Ooh, what was thay you were saying about Peyton and Eli? :-)
    If you’re ever in Groton, MA, (outside Rt. 495 belt) check out Gibbet Hill Grille. They even have a fairly imaginative wine list:
    http://www.gibbethill.com/index.htm

  • John__J

    qotd; Liberty School, lol kidding. I had a great Duhart-Milon Rothchild a couple years back. That may not be the 2nd growth of theirs, now I gotta double check that.
    side qotd: Tersiguel’s just outside Baltimore. French restaurant, killer food wines and service. You get fine dining without the snooty pretension. I had the pleasure of meeting their chef, Michel. He’s was/is the youngest person to win Grand Master Chef of America. He won 2 years in a row if I remember correctly. Gary, can we get a charbono tasting episode? How about a vin jaune 1?

  • John J.

    qotd; Liberty School, lol kidding. I had a great Duhart-Milon Rothchild a couple years back. That may not be the 2nd growth of theirs, now I gotta double check that.
    side qotd: Tersiguel’s just outside Baltimore. French restaurant, killer food wines and service. You get fine dining without the snooty pretension. I had the pleasure of meeting their chef, Michel. He’s was/is the youngest person to win Grand Master Chef of America. He won 2 years in a row if I remember correctly. Gary, can we get a charbono tasting episode? How about a vin jaune 1?

  • John__J

    their website is tersiguels.com

  • John J.

    their website is tersiguels.com

  • Patrick Horn

    QOTD: Quilceda Creek 2002 Columbia Valley Red Wine. After drinking this with a dinner theme featuring fresh picked Chanterelle mushrooms, I signed up for their mailing list. Then Parker published his two 100 pt. scores for back to back vintages of the top wine. Glad I tasted this stuff when I did!

  • Patrick Horn

    QOTD: Quilceda Creek 2002 Columbia Valley Red Wine. After drinking this with a dinner theme featuring fresh picked Chanterelle mushrooms, I signed up for their mailing list. Then Parker published his two 100 pt. scores for back to back vintages of the top wine. Glad I tasted this stuff when I did!

  • http://www.kitchenappliancereviews.org/ Margery Mccarney

    Aw, this was a really quality post. In theory I’d like to write like this too – taking time and real effort to make a good article… but what can I say… I procrastinate alot and never seem to get something done.

  • http://www.kitchenappliancereviews.org Margery Mccarney

    Aw, this was a really quality post. In theory I’d like to write like this too – taking time and real effort to make a good article… but what can I say… I procrastinate alot and never seem to get something done.

  • corkscrew

    Have not had any of these wines. QOTD-Historie-Chapter 1, a Forth Vineyards 2nd label. http://www.winelx.com

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