Entries by Paul Marcus Wines

Excavating Alto Piemonte

​Excavation artifact / ärdəfakt / noun: an object made by a human being, typically an item of cultural or historical interest. archeology / ärkēˈäləjē / noun: the study of human history and prehistory through the excavation of sites and the analysis of artifacts and other physical remains. Experience Wine can represent many things, like a […]

The Perfect Rose to Cellar: Château Simone

Cellaring Rose? Cellaring is a common practice for wine enthusiasts, whether for just a couple bottles or several hundred. But for those who do age their wines, how many hold on to dry rosé and drink it long after release? At the moment, the market for dry rosé is certainly “flowing.” Just last week in […]

Domaine de Beudon

Just last week we brought in two deliciously obscure wines from a tiny Swiss producer in Valais, which the importer alleges is accessible only by a dangerous-looking alpine gondola. Unfortunately, as I reached out for more information about these wines, I was alarmed to hear that Jacky Granges, the grower and winemaker who took over in 1971 and developed the vineyards to be fully biodynamic by 1992, had passed away in the short time between tasting his wines and their arrival at the shop.

Voillot & Volnay: Article from Vintage 59 Imports

This morning I started off with the visit I was both most excited and most concerned about. Jean Pierre Charlot at Domaine Joseph Voillot in Volnay has been through the ringer more than anyone that I am slated to visit. The hail and small crops of previous vintages have impacted him more than most, and he’s also on the wrong end of the spectrum of those affected by this year’s frost.

Rosé Season

Edmunds St. John Bone-Jolly Rosé featured in The New York Times Link to articlehttp://http://www.nytimes.com/2016/04/27/dining/best-wines-under-20-dollars-spring-2016.htmlCongrats to local winemaker, Steve Edmunds for his recent accolades in the NYT article, “20 Wines for Under $20: Spring Edition.”  We are big fans of this excellent Gamay rosé currently on our shelf for $23.00 “The wine stores tell us it’s ros&eacut […]

Article in The New York Times

Eric Asimov’s article in The New York Times this week, “12 Everyday Bottles for Wine Lovers”, is a savvy list of versatile, food-friendly wines you should keep stocked around at all times. Paul Marcus Wines currently is carrying several of these producers and types of wine recommended.

Pink: The Missing Link

This time of year here at Paul Marcus Wines we are down right Rosé crazy! We live, breath and well uh.. drink the drink the stuff like it is going out of style. And if being fanatical about Rosé is wrong, then we don’t wanna be right. There is something about the crisp and refreshing nature of Rosé wine, not to mention it’s hugely versatile food pairing capability, that makes us all warm and fuzzy like a troop of giddy schoolgirls.  And just when we thought our p […]

Wines to Give Thanks For

This Thanksgiving, we took the guesswork out of wine shopping for you and created a special section filled with some of our favorite bottles. Whatever your palate or price point, your turkey is sure to be in good company with any of these wines. We have plenty more recommendations that we couldn’t fit on the shelf–feel free to ask us for a personalized pairing!Sparkling:N/V Gaston Chiquet Tradition Champagne, $50A classic Champagne with rich, toasty flavors balanced by lively a […]