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Since 1994, Armeno Coffee Roasters has hand-crafted fresh roasted specialty coffees from our historic New England grist mill. Our
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highest quality coffee beans to create truly great coffees and a memorable coffee experience. Armeno Coffee Roasters imports 100% Arabica beans from premier coffee growing
regions across the globe. We feature coffees from South America, Africa, the Caribbean, and the Pacific Rim, and create a variety of roasts and blends to satisfy every
taste and every coffee drinking occasion.
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Lou Frejau Chateauneuf-du-Pape blanc $19.95
Near the foot of Mont Ventoux and under the watch of the Dentelles de Montmairail, just to the south of the fabulous ancient city of Orange. Sits the Domaine. It has been a family business for over five generations. Organic since 207!!
The grapes are Clairette, Grenache Blanc, Bourboulenc, and Roussanne grown in Clay and limestone covered with pebbles. Light gold Ripe peach and melon on the fragrant nose. fleshy and round with a smooth texture and deep pit fruit flavors. Shows good energy on the finish which features a note of pear skin..
Domaine Bouzereau Bourgogne blanc $32.95
Glowing a fine bright color and with a fresh grapey nose, this wonderful Bourgogne Blanc is clean and clear, fresh and floral, medium bodied and finishes with a good cleansing acidity. Glowing a fine bright color and with a fresh grapey nose, this wonderful Bourgogne Blanc is clean and clear, fresh and floral, medium bodied and finishes with a good cleansing acidity.
The Bouzereau clan is widespread in the village of Meursault, with Domaine Michel Bouzereau at the forefront. Michel Bouzereau comes from a large winemaking family and has held the post of President of the Burgundy Growers Union. His is a voice to be heard. And what he likes to talk about is the traditional way of making wine. He ferments in cask and gives his wines nine months on their lees. Determined that his wines will smell and taste only of wine, the importance of new wood is acknowledged but downplayed. Michel's son Jean Baptiste is now in charge of making the seventeen wines from this 11 hectare estate.
Jean-Baptiste has respected his father's more traditionalist practices but he has instilled a fresher, livelier element to the wines which only enhances their appeal. These wines offer very good value for money and are benchmark examples for each of the crus. They can also age better than could be expected. The whites of this Domaine are those most likely to be singled out.
Their Bourgogne Blanc comes from vineyards which are within the boundaries of Meursault but just outside the appellation. Such Burgundies are excellent choices for good value, especially as this wine is treated with the same care, attention and barrel ageing as its more senior brethren and sells for a fraction of the price of Meursault.
Domaine Lou Frejau Chateauneuf-du-Pape Rouge 2010 $44.95
Offers an exotic array of red berry preserve, incense and floral scents. Bright raspberry and redcurrant flavors show good depth and impressive energy, with silky tannins adding back-end grip. Spiciness builds on the long juicy finish which echoes the fruit and floral notes. 92 pts. Tanzer's International wine cellar.
Ligiere vin de Pays Carignan and Syrah blend.. $12.95
70% Carignan (1982-83), 30% Syrah From sandy soils., 3 week vilification, pumping overs, air flow applied on juice, , unfined, filtered. fair red robe; the nose advances out of the glass, bears blackberry and prune, licorice, some herbs, dust. There is an early flourish on the palate, then it quietens before taking on more grip and a firmer texture, with tannin. It shows some late juice, so the finish isn`t dry. Swerve this chilled. There is glow on the aftertaste.
Domaine Bryczek Cote de Nuits Gevrey Chambertin "Aux Echezeau" $49.95
The eccentric Georges Bryczek, of Polish descent and a sculptor as well. produces rich, textbook red burgundies. The wines are the product of classic vilification and a high percentage of old vines. His wines can age for several decades. The Domaine is an extremely fine source for age worthy, rich, heady red burgundies but the production from his 10 acre Domaine is minuscule.
2010 Croix Figeac St Emillion $34.95
Croix Figeac is owned by former world skiing champion Jean Dutruilh. The old vineyards are located on the plateau of St. Emilion near Figeac and the border of Pomerol. Soil composition is sandy silt and gravel and clay, the yields are very low. The wine is fruity with ripe plums and blackberries, tasty and full of balance for a very reasonable price. Extremely limited availability. Dense, complex yet accessible red with lovely layered berry, spice and savory flavors. Lengthy wine showing real power and obvious cellaring potential. A delicious wine that offers a real challenge to similarly priced New World blended reds. Bob Campbell 95pts….
Spectator 93 Pts. Wow!! this is one not to miss
2009 Laland Borie St Julien $39.95
This is a beautiful young wine filled with ripe plums, blackberries and hint of cedar and violets. Tannins are firm, plush and ripe. There is generosity and intensity here with a long finish.
Wine Enthusiast 92pts. . James Suckling 91pts… Spectator 90 pts.
2009 La Coste Borie Paulliac $39.95
This was a superb vintage in Bordeaux, and its class is evident from the first sniff of this wine. Layer upon layer of deep, concentrated black fruits suggest the power behind while classic notes of graphite and cedar support the structured and complex palate. This is the Second Wine of Ch. Grand-Puy-Lacoste, and it is certainly worthy of its pedigree.