Jean-Louis Chave: about as legendary for hardcore Rhone-lovers as Prince’s ruffled shirts were in the eighties to us People of the Purple. Though his bottlings are a *tad* easier to find online than one of the aforementioned blouses, they are just as valuable in our eyes, and rarely come cheap. With one amazing exception: the 'Mon Coeur.' At about $300 less than Jean-Louis' coveted Hermitage, this is one of the wine world's few stone-cold steals. Dark-fruited but medium and balanced in body, this is spicy, with light herbal and meat notes, and hints of purple flowers and fruit that The Artist would approve of. A great Chateauneuf sub for your weeknight lamb leg.