EP 301 Wines From Pauillac. Bordeaux most important wines?

Gary Vaynerchuk explores 4 well priced Pauillac wines and talks about this legendary place.

Wines tasted in this episode:

2004 Reserve De La ComtessePauillac
2004 Chateau Lynch MoussasPauillac
2004 Chateau Pichon BaronPauillac
2001 Chateau Pichon LalandePauillac

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Loving Daily Grape, GV. This is the first WLTV episode I’ve watched since it came out. Wanted to go OLD school.

QOTD: Imaginary story: yesterday, I walked into Wally’s to say hello to Manuel, their Italian buyer. Lo and behold, there was Gary, doing his own zoomie zooms with the wine bottles. I got to taste some Palo Lato Chard with him and shoot the s*** with him about all the great wine stores in the world and how I’m loving his new show. I bought him a bottle of Chinon to taste and then hit the road.

Tags: Bordeaux, France, French, Pauillac, red, review, Video, wine, wines

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  • pian0_player

    not so sure that comparable quality CA cabs are any cheaper than Bordeaux. but to each his own. I would take a great Bordeaux over any wine on earth.

  • http://twitter.com/Glerolles Jack Jones

    I find it pretty amazing that I can go find and buy Domaine De L’hortus in the Netherlands based on a guy on the internet from the other side of the ocean and make my dad happy with the bottle…

  • Anonymous

    I randomly yell out “Link it up Mott” during work for the only apparent reason that it is so fun to do. And I’m sure one day someone will turn and know exactly what I’m talking about.

  • http://chocolatetv.anderschokladprovning.se/ AndersN

    I got both the Pichons 2001 so I promise to compare them this fall.
    QOTD: You just aired No 995 asking what is the best wine based on this show recommendation

    What’s that for a twist from the future eh :)

  • Anonymous

    Loving Daily Grape, GV. This is the first WLTV episode I’ve watched since it came out. Wanted to go OLD school.

    QOTD: Imaginary story: yesterday, I walked into Wally’s to say hello to Manuel, their Italian buyer. Lo and behold, there was Gary, doing his own zoomie zooms with the wine bottles. I got to taste some Palo Lato Chard with him and shoot the s*** with him about all the great wine stores in the world and how I’m loving his new show. I bought him a bottle of Chinon to taste and then hit the road.

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