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  • $1,290.00

    Claude Dugat, Gevrey-Chambertin La Marie 2021

    “La Marie” is a special cuvée from Domaine Claude Dugat, originating from a small plot located at the foot of the Gevrey-Chambertin castle. It was first isolated in 2018 to highlight its exceptional terroir. “La Marie” is a wine of great finesse and complexity, offering a floral and fruity nose with hints of Morello cherry, raspberry, rose, and peony. On the palate, it is flavorful and velvety, with a fruity and pulpy texture. The tannins are crisp, and the finish is fresh and spicy, with hints of menthol and vanilla. It’s a charming and approachable wine that can be enjoyed young or aged for a few years.

  • $320.00

    Coffinet-Duvernay, Bourgogne Aligote 2020

    Bourgogne Aligoté 2020 shines with bright floral notes and a touch of warmth, almost nostalgic, with hints of nuts and wax. It’s fuller and richer on the palate, with warm fruit flavors, a touch of orange, and a serious minerality. The wine is precise and elegant, with a gentle tone and mature acidity that lingers.

  • $850.00

    Coffinet-Duvernay, Chassagne-Montrachet 1er Cru Clos Saint-Jean 2020

    The “Clos Saint-Jean” appellation is located in the elevated areas of the village of Chassagne-Montrachet, which is better known for its predominantly red wines. Here, Chardonnay vines thrive, producing a wonderfully floral and delicate white wine that is truly sublime. With an average age of around 50 years, these vines bring depth and complexity to the wine. Upon tasting, the wine exhibits liveliness, power, and silkiness. It offers captivating aromas of white flowers and spices, with a dense and floral palate that delights the senses.

  • $590.00

    Coffinet-Duvernay, Chassagne-Montrachet 2020

    This village-level wine oozes sophistication, almost reaching the complexity of a Premier Cru. When you first open it, you might catch a hint of flinty and toasty aromas. As it breathes, you’ll notice gentle scents of exotic fruits, juicy nectarines, and flint. On the palate, it’s a delightful mix of peach, orange zest, white flowers, and buttery pastries. The oak flavor blends nicely, and there’s a subtle bitterness that adds depth.

  • $560.00

    Comte Armand, Auxey-Duresses 1er Cru 2020

    Auxey-Duresses 1er Cru, crafted solely from Pinot Noir grapes, sourced from two parcels within Domaine des Epeneaux, owned by the family of Comte Armand. These 7.5 hectares of vines are cultivated without herbicides, following the lunar cycle, ensuring exceptional quality. The wine blends the finest parcels, “Les Breterins” for advanced maturity and fruitiness and “Les Duresses” for density and tannic structure, resulting in a serious and powerful wine capable of aging gracefully. Aged for 18 months, with 25% new oak barrels.

  • $1,380.00

    Comte Armand, Pommard 1er Cru Clos des Epeneaux (Monopole) 2020

    The Clos des Epeneaux is among the ten largest monopolies in premier cru or grand cru of the Côte de Beaune and Côte de Nuits, with a unique geology compared to its neighbors. The wines it produces are known for their combination of power and finesse, showcasing the best of Pinot Noir, along with characteristic spicy notes. Vinification involves 100% destemming but non-crushing to preserve whole berries, followed by a three-phase maceration process lasting around 4 weeks to achieve a stable and harmonious structure. Aging occurs for 18 to 24 months in oak barrels, with 30% new oak for the old vines of the Clos des Epeneaux.

  • $780.00

    Comte Senard, Aloxe-Corton 1er Cru Les Valozieres 2012

    From 1.7-hectares of vine located directly under Corton-Bressandes, the 2012 Aloxe-Corton 1er Cru Les Valozieres offers an attractive violet note emerge with aeration. The palate is medium-bodied with firm tannins at its youth. There is a citric freshness at play here, although it needs to flesh out a little on the slightly brusque, chalky finish.

  • $540.00

    Derain, Saint-Aubin 1er Cru Combes Au Sud 2020

    The Derain Saint-Aubin 1er Cru Les Combes from the south is a strong and dry white wine with a noticeable tanginess. When you taste it, you can pick up on hints of citrus like lemon and orange, as well as some ripe fruit flavors like apple and pear. There’s also a subtle touch of oak that adds richness to the overall taste.

  • $550.00

    Derain, Saint-Aubin 1er Cru En Remilly 2019

    The Saint Aubin 1er Cru boasts a rich fragrance. The chardonnay exudes aromas of ripe pears, citrus, pineapple, and crisp apricots. These blend harmoniously with notes of lemon curd, white nougat, and hints of melted butter and crushed stone.

  • $590.00

    Domaine de Bellene, Beaune 1er Cru Les Perrieres 2019

    Les Perrières is a charming terroir known for producing exceptional white wines. Situated at the summit of the slope, its rocky, shallow soils impart a refreshing, crisp character to the wines. Barrel fermented and aged on its lees for up to 14 months, you can anticipate a luscious wine with hints of spice and cream, along with a rich, opulent texture. However, fret not, as the bright lemony fruit and mineral, saline notes still shine through, maintaining the wine’s vibrancy and complexity.

  • $365.00

    Domaine de la Roseraie, Beaune La Montee Rouge 2018

    The Beaune “La Montée” is made through whole-bunch fermentation, emphasizing infusion with minimal punch down and extraction. Hailing from a youthful vineyard, they exhibit strength and maturity, complemented by fresh, rounded tannins with a touch of wildness. Grown in superficial, stony clay and limestone soils on steep slopes, the grapes undergo semi-carbonic vatting for a few days followed by pressurisation, fermentation, and ageing for 12 months on lees, with a proportion of 1/8 new oak and 1/3 unique barrel.

  • $300.00

    Domaine de la Roseraie, Bourgogne Hautes Cotes de Beaune Rouge Gymnopodie 2018

    The Haute Cotes de Beaune “Gymnopodie” 2018, sourced from the ‘Baudet au Nord’ vineyard in Cormot-Nolay, offers a light-bodied profile with refreshing acidity. The vines, aged between 56 to 71 years, thrive in marl-limestone soil treated with biodynamic practices, including green manure from extensive cover cropping. Minimalist winemaking techniques, avoiding sulphites and other inputs, are employed, with grapes undergoing semi-carbonic vatting for a few days. Following ageing for 12-24 months in oak barrels on fine lees, varying with the vintage.

  • $570.00

    Domaine de la Roseraie, Senex 2018

    Senex, deriving from Latin meaning “old” or “aged,” represents the essence of time and that the grapes which are coming from the oldest plots of Beaune and Nolay in Burgundy, France. With yields of around 15 liters per hectare, this cuvée results in less than 1000 bottles. The winemaking process involves semi-carbonic vatting for a few days during full harvest, followed by pressurization, fermentation, and aging for 18 months on lees. Aging occurs in 50% new oak and 50% used barrel. Bottling is done by hand with gravity, without sulfites, collage, or filtration, preserving the wine’s natural integrity and character.

  • $880.00

    Domaine de Montille, Volnay 1er Cru Santenots Cuvee Gauvain (Hospices de Beaune) 2014

    The 2014 Volnay 1er Cru Les Santenots Cuvee Gauvain captivates with a seductive bouquet abundant in dark cherry and blueberry aromas, with a subtle hint of malic notes in the background. On the palate, it reveals sappy red berry fruit flavors, supported by a fine acidity and a fresh, taut structure, culminating in an impressive mineral-driven finish. This stylish and meticulously crafted Santenots possesses the potential to age gracefully in the bottle.

  • $560.00

    Domaine des Beaumont, Chambolle-Musigny Les Chardannes 2018

    The 2018 Chambolle-Musigny from Domaine des Beaumont exudes lovely fruit aromas of red berries. Fresh on the palate, it emphasizes finesse over power. It reveals a restrained oak influence and well-rounded tannins, indicating its suitability for youthful enjoyment. The fruit presence offers intense pleasure and lingers on the palate.

  • $680.00

    Dugat-Py, Bourgogne Cuvee Halinard 2015

    The 2015 Bourgogne Cuvée Halinard from Domaine Dugat-Py gives a bouquet of red cherries, cassis, grilled meat, and earthy notes gently touched by oak, it exuded elegance from the start. On the palate, it revealed a medium to full body, showcasing ripe yet savory fruit, refined tannins, and a long, flavorful finish buoyed by refreshing acidity. True to the domaine’s reputation, this wine exhibits depth and complexity that will improve with five to ten years of aging.


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