EP 638 Wine tasting at CRU Restaurant in NYC – Part 2

CRU’s Robert Bohr and Gary Vaynerchuk get philosophical about Rosso di Montalcino and Burgundy, and even taste a 1980 vintage red from the great Domaine Dujac.

Wines tasted in this episode:

2006 Casanuove delle Cerbaie Rosso di Montalcino
1980 Dujac Clos de la Roche

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Luca Bercelli

90/100

line of the day -‘there’s no stinky cow manure, someone pooped in my face action’

Sound is better in this second half and definitely an interesting show, but I found it funny that Gary agreed with his guest who said that the barnyard aspect of many Burgundy wines was due to bad hygiene or semi-spoiled wine. I’m sure Gary has come across this characteristic on numerous occasions but has usually enjoyed it and not attributed it to any kind of contamination. (But then again my memory is terrible!)

Tags: Clos de la Roche, cru, France, Italian, red, review, Rosso di Montalcino, Video, wine, wines

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  • richardvinifera

    Yeah Tea Library TV!

    QOTD: Tradition because some styles only reward you once you get your head around them, and that's your reward for staying with it.

  • Toledo970

    I said to myself that I wasn’t going to comment on old Episodes, but I have to on this one. Gary, get this guy(Robert Bohr) back on a new show. I can see you guys doing some “Redonkuluous” shows that are both fun and extremely educational.
    Also, important:
    QOTD: Stick with the truth, and sense of self, both personally and in your wine. Analogy: Imagine this country without the Texas twang and bigger is better attitude, without the F-U I’m from New York attitude, and without the Souths Southern Hospitality. All U.S. but very, very different.

  • John__J

    Qotd: I like the sense of place, I don’t want everything to taste homogenized

  • Anonymous

    2nd episode of unaffordable wine.. QOTD-both types http://www.winelx.com

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=630276710 Luca Bercelli

    90/100

    line of the day -‘there’s no stinky cow manure, someone pooped in my face action’

    Sound is better in this second half and definitely an interesting show, but I found it funny that Gary agreed with his guest who said that the barnyard aspect of many Burgundy wines was due to bad hygiene or semi-spoiled wine. I’m sure Gary has come across this characteristic on numerous occasions but has usually enjoyed it and not attributed it to any kind of contamination. (But then again my memory is terrible!)

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