Since the original Delorenzo’s is now closed on Wednesday, I had to get the pies from the new location on route 33. While the pies are very similar, I feel that the ones made on Hudson Street are a little better. Louis Latour was once again the feartured producer and tonight we tried our first red from this large negociant. We started with a Chassagne-Montrachet, 1er Cru, Morgeot, 2006, which was really nice. The oak was moderate and and in the backgournd. The wine was rich, but very well balanced. Next up was a Bourgogne from a new producer in Morey-Saint-Denis. The Alain Jeanniard, Bourgogne, rouge, 2006 had a brightness and elegance that one expects in a wine sourced from Morey. Jeanniard, a star in the making, established his domaine in 2004 and still makes wine for the Hospices des Beaune. Lastly, we opened a Louis Latour, Beaune, 1er Cru, Perrieres, 2005. The color was deep and it showed ripe fruit on the palate. While enjoyable, the wine was pretty straight forward and not as exciting as the whites we have tasted from this.



Tomato pie! I rather have an apple pie than it. However, when getting together it is not about the food. The most important aspect is having fun and enjoying with everyone.

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