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  • $880.00

    Clos des Papes, Chateauneuf-du-Pape 2006

    From the normal tiny yields of this estate, the 2006 Chateauneuf du Pape from Paul-Vincent has shed its baby fat and now shows a supple, elegant, seamless profile that’s hard to resist. Kirsch, licorice, garrigue and sweet spice all emerge from this medium to full-bodied, beautifully balanced 2006.

  • $2,880.00

    Clos Saint Jean, Chateauneuf-du-Pape Deus Ex Machina 2007

    The 2007 Châteauneuf du Pape Deus Ex Machina from Clos Saint Jean is a bold, powerful red wine, offering intense aromas of roasted meats, crushed rocks, graphite, spice, and black currants. Despite its serious tannins, the fruit flavors are abundant and well-balanced, resulting in a wine of impeccable harmony. It has the potential to long cellar ageing.

  • $920.00

    Coessens, Coteaux Champenois Rouge Vendange Entiere 2018

    This Coteaux Champenois Vendange Entière 2018 is made by the Champagne house Coessens with 100% Pinot Noir. It is a still wine from the Côte des Bar (Ville sur Arce, Largillier plot). The grapes undergo a 24-hour maceration in whole clusters, followed by aging in oak vats for 36 months. The wine gives a beautiful ruby ​​color, with notes of red berries such as wild strawberries on the nose. On the palate, it offers freshness and power with a clear return of red fruit aromas.

  • $540.00

    Coessens, Largillier Brut Blanc de Noirs NV

    The NV Largillier Blanc de Noirs Brut is a pure single-vineyard Pinot Noir with a deep and intense bouquet of ripe, concentrated fruits but also complex mineral and salty expressions (marl soils). Pure, highly finessed and fruity on the palate, this is a very elegant and balanced Pinot Noir with remarkable finesse and elegance. Very expressive but also charming.

  • $595.00

    Coessens, Largillier Brut Nature NV

    The NV Largillier Brut Nature is from the southwest-facing part of the lieu-dit, which is located on very old limestone soils. The wine opens with a highly pure and mineral, beautifully clear, fresh, complex and terroir-driven nose with some flint-stone aromas. On the palate, this is a beautifully round, elegant, highly finessed and well-balanced Côte des Bar with a long, intense, juicy and charming finish. This is a gorgeously pure, fine, fresh and complex Champagne of great expression.

  • $580.00

    Coessens, Largillier Brut Rose NV

    Sourced in the more clayey part of the lieu-dit and macerated for 24 hours, the NV Brut Rosé Largillier opens with a rather reductive redcurrant, floral and earthy bouquet. Round and with licorice flavors, this is a pretty fruity and charming Largillier, but it lacks the purity and mineral tension of the finest white Largilliers in favor of the charming fruity character.

  • $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.

  • $830.00

    Combier, Crozes-Hermitage 2020

    The wine has a deep purple color. The intense aroma offers notes of red and black fruits like blackcurrant, strawberry, and violet. On the palate, there are flavors of blackcurrant with light tannins. The finish is long and delicately spicy, with hints of pepper.

  • $330.00

    Combier, Crozes-Hermitage Cap Nord 2019

    This cuvée, born in 2010, originates from terroir composed of slightly sandy decomposed granite soil, referred to as loess. These 45-year-old vines yield 100% Syrah grapes. The Cap Nord Crozes-Hermitage emanates ripe fruit and spicy scents. Its palate is full-bodied and fleshed out, offering a delightful length and smooth, intricate tannins. A subtle hint of violet emerges on the finish.

  • $320.00

    Combier, Saint-Joseph 2021

    The wine has a deep color. Its nose is rich in red fruits and spices. On the palate, it is powerful and full-bodied, with notes of red fruits. The finish is long and precise. Like all wines from the estate, this Saint-Joseph is a true expression of its terroir, crafted with finesse to showcase its richness. This cuvée, sourced from south-facing vines, is deep and juicy, and can be enjoyed promptly by lovers of young wines!

  • $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.

  • $2,000.00

    COURCEL, Pommard 1er Cru Les Rugiens 2007 Magnum

    The Courcel 2007 Pommard Rugiens offers a bouquet of white Burgundy, with notes of toasted hazelnut, dark cherry, and moss. On the palate, it reveals a richness akin to liqueur, accompanied by layers of crushed stone, toasted nuts, and smoky, ferrous undertones that add complexity all the way through to a lingering finish. Winemaker Yves Confuron’s steadfast approach to late harvest and long fermentation with whole clusters and stems has yielded fine results in both the 2007 and 2008 vintages. Confuron is confident in the aging potential of his 2007s.


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