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Collecting with Kev: Domaine Huet

Kevin Peterson

The wines of Domaine Huet are put together with such fine materials, by such capable hands, that they remind me of the immaculate châteaux da la Loire . Open Le Haut-Lieu today and discover something majestic & decadent, not unlike the striking Château de Chomard. Let it age and you’ll find that the wine has revealed great length and grace, perhaps more comparable to Château de Chenonceau.

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Collecting with Kev: Bernard Baudry

Kevin Peterson

At $20 and $25, respectively, Domaine Baudry and Le Clos Guillot are ideal bottles to snatch up and add to your collection. The former is younger with more accessible black fruit, ready to open upon release or age for five years. Le Clos Guillot could go for over a decade, revealing mellow black fruit and notes of savory tobacco as its hard acidic edge softens. 

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Gallivanting for Donkey & Goat

Kevin Peterson

Located half a block away from Broc Cellars in downtown Berkeley, Jared and Tracey Brandt opened the doors at Donkey & Goat in 2004. They make righteous wine from mostly Rhône varieties, sourcing from sustainably farmed vineyards in the Sierra Nevada, Mendocino, and Napa. This power couple is enthusiastic about natural winemaking – from the farm to the cellar.

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Rags to Riches with Cabernet Franc

Kevin Peterson

Cabernet franc is an orphan grape, and although it's made a home in the Loire Valley of France, its nature is to roam free. With wineries like Broc Cellars and Division Winemaking Company producing juicy, vegetal renditions of cab franc, with a foot in the States and the other in France, it's evident that the adventurous grape has taken a liking to the new world. 

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Fattoria di Sammontana Prunecchio, Ethereal Tuscan White

Kevin Peterson

The Fattoria di Sammontana property has ties that date back several centuries. However, the current operation is more accessible. Simply put, they’re farmers. Purchased by a Polish nobleman in 1867, the family is in its fourth generation of production. On the gentle slopes south of Florence, they produce this salty, leesy white with a salient splash of lemon-lime.

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