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  • $1,780.00

    Aegerter, Charmes-Chambertin Grand Cru 2018

    Charmes gets its name from the Latin word “CALMIS,” meaning “rocky plateau,” where the vines are planted. It has a lively red color ranging from deep ruby to black cherry. The aroma is a delightful mix of raspberry, blackcurrant, and red currant, with hints of stone fruit, licorice, and spices. When you take a sip, you’ll experience a blend of power, opulence, and elegance, creating a full-bodied and complex wine that stays with you.

  • $680.00

    Aegerter, Nuits-Saint-Georges #4 2020

    With its deep purple color and occasional mauve tinges, this wine shines brightly. The aroma is dense and refined, dominated by blackcurrant and blueberry notes, with a touch of woody scent. It’s robust and full-bodied, with a well-balanced structure. The finish, savored after a few years of aging, adds a mature touch, rounding out the wine beautifully.

  • $480.00

    Alain Gras, Auxey-Duresses Tres Vieilles Vignes 2021

    The Auxey-Duresses Très Vieilles Vignes from Gras opens with enticing aromas of plums, raw cocoa, sweet berries, and earthy soil. This medium-bodied wine is a bit more robust and muscular compared to its Saint-Romain counterpart, with lively acidity and a long, lingering finish. Sourced from a vineyard parcel that celebrated its centennial several years ago, this wine offers depth and complexity.

  • $900.00

    Anne et Herve Sigaut, Chambolle-Musigny 1er Cru Les Fuees 2020

    The 2020 Chambolle-Musigny 1er Cru Les Fuées has turned out well, offering up inviting aromas of plums, orange rind and raspberries, complemented by subtle hints of violets and spices. Medium to full-bodied, sensual and enveloping, it’s supple and charming, with a fleshy core of fruit, succulent acids and melting tannins.

  • $950.00

    Anne et Herve Sigaut, Chambolle-Musigny 1er Cru Les Noirots 2020

    Aromas of cherries, black raspberries and dark chocolate introduce the 2020 Chambolle-Musigny 1er Cru Les Noirots, a medium to full-bodied, rich and layered wine that’s brooding and muscular, with powdery tannins, a ripe core of fruit and a heady finish. This is one of the larger-scaled wines in the Sigaut range, and it will be interesting to see how it ages.

  • $620.00

    Anne et Herve Sigaut, Chambolle-Musigny Derriere le Four 2020

    The 2020 Chambolle-Musigny Derrière la Four has turned out very well, unfurling in the glass with aromas of cherries and black raspberries, mingled with hints of cinnamon, clove and bergamot. Medium to full-bodied, velvety and enveloping, with an ample core of fruit, ripe tannins and succulent acids, it’s gourmand but precise, cut from immensely charming cloth this year.

  • $250.00

    Ataahua, Pinot Noir 2018

    This Pinot Noir presents a bouquet of sweet berry fruit and cherries, accompanied by earthy notes of forest floor and mushrooms. The palate offers an elegantly balanced profile with fine tannins and a lingering finish. It pairs wonderfully with red meat dishes, especially duck or a rich mushroom risotto. The wine evolves beautifully in the glass. Made from Pinot Noir grapes sourced from vines over 20 years old and a variety of clones, it undergoes 12 months of maturation in seasoned French oak barrels, allowing for complete secondary fermentation and integration of tannins.

  • $520.00

    Balnaves of Coonawarra, Cabernet Sauvignon The Tally Reserve 2014

    This wine matures for 18 months in French oak (60% new). It’s just as approachable now as its less expensive counterparts. Its color is stunning, deep yet radiant, while the bouquet bursts with ripe blackcurrant fruits. The palate is threaded with streams of black fruits, firm tannins, and high-quality oak. Already a great wine, and it’s only just begun its journey.

  • $1,080.00

    Balnaves of Coonawarra, Shiraz Cabernet William Wilson 2016

    This wine is a blend of 55% Redman’s 80-year-old North End Shiraz and 45% Balnaves’ 43-year-old Paulownia Cabernet Sauvignon vines. Deep red in color, it boasts aromas of dark mulberry, blackberry, violets, and subtle spicy French oak. The palate is smooth and light, with fine-grained tannins and a balanced fruit-to-structure ratio. This wine pays homage to Coonawarra’s 121-year winemaking history and its founder, William Wilson. Enjoy now or cellar for many decades.

  • $7,280.00

    Bartolo Mascarello, Barolo 1961

    The 1961 Barolo embodies elegance and finesse, owing to its prolonged maceration time and non-interventionist winemaking approach. Delicate fruit tones intertwine with notes of ash, crushed mineral, licorice, and dried mint, creating a superbly refined palate sensation. While the wine no longer bears the names of its traditional single-vineyard sources, its historical significance is retained under the straightforward label “Barolo.”

  • $720.00

    Bibbiano, Chianti Classico Gran Selezione Vigna del Capannino 2016

    The Vigna del Capannino 2016 is a wine crafted exclusively in the finest vintages from Sangiovese Grosso grapes, a unique clone monopolized in the Vigna del Capannino vineyard overlooking Monteriggioni. The vineyard spans 7 hectares of pliocene celeste clay soil, deep Alberese schist. Notable for its intense ruby-red color with purple reflections, the wine exudes aromas of black cherry, plum, sweet spice balsamic, cinnamon, and cloves. On the palate, it offers pronounced savoriness wrapped in elegant softness.

  • $398.00

    Bibbiano, Chianti Classico Gran Selezione Vigne di Montornello 2015

    The Bibbiano Vigne di Montornello Chianti Classico Gran Selezione 2015 is produced from Sangiovese grapes grown on the Montornello slope. In cooler, rainier summers, this wine tends to dilute its structure in favor of broader complexity. The vineyard soil composed of pliocene calcareous clay sediments, including Alberese river pebbles, mixed with sandy layers, gypsum, and red clays. Notable for its bright ruby-red color with violet highlights, the wine offers aromas of cherry, black cherry, currants, raspberry, and cassis. On the palate, it presents an elegant structure with smooth tannins.

  • $230.00

    BIBBIANO, Chianti Classico Riserva 2017

    The Bibbiano Riserva 2017 is a tribute to the tradition of the Bibbiano estate, produced from grapes grown on both sides of the property. Located in Castellina in Chianti, the vineyards cover 25 hectares of calcareous clay and mixed Alberese soil, with exposures to both southwest and northeast. The wine exhibits a deep ruby-red color with aromas of plum and cherry. On the palate, it offers juicy fruitiness and sweet tannins. The wine has received acclaim from Gambero Rosso (GR 3 glasses).

  • $338.00

    Bisquertt Family Vineyards, Carmenere Gran Reserva La Joya 2007

    The La Joya Single Vineyard Carmenere showcases a delightful balance of ripeness and varietal character. Expressing the essence of the grape, it offers herbal notes without veering into green territory. Medium-bodied with a refined alcohol content, this wine boasts fine tannins and a harmonious structure. Maturation in foudre and concrete egg vessels contributes to its elegant and balanced profile, with the oak imparting subtle nuances that seamlessly integrate with the overall flavor profile.

  • $330.00

    Borgeot, Chassagne-Montrachet Vieilles Vignes Rouge 2019

    A supple and fresh Pinot Noir cuvée, representing the Côte de Beaune. This red wine from Chassagne-Montrachet is a lovely, powerful yet smooth Pinot Noir, vinified in oak barrels to round it out.

  • $350.00

    Borgeot, Santenay 1er Cru Les Gravieres 2018

    In the mouth, there are notes of red fruits (cherry, raspberry, strawberry), fresh earth with a nice minerality, and well-integrated oak bringing hints of tobacco and vanilla aromas. A crunchy, tasty, fruity wine with lovely tannins.


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