an ‘alternative’ top 10 for 2014…

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  1. Rick Dalia8th January 2014 at 5:24 amPermalinkReply

    Nothing to see here people. Of no interest to you. Move on, move on please… 😉

  2. Mark Bernstein10th January 2014 at 5:41 pmPermalinkReply

    Great to see 2 of my favorite producers, Jerome Galeyrand and Patrick Essa of Buisson-Charles on this list. I took home some of Galeyrand’s fine 2006 Bonnes-Mares when I was in Paris last year and still can’t source it here in the US. The only sad part of your article is that between the small crops and the increased awareness, it may be harder to secure the wines of these wonderful producers.

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