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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.

  • $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.

  • $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.

  • $420.00

    BOUDIGNON Thibaud, Anjou Blanc a Francoise 2018

    The 2018 Anjou Blanc à Françoise impresses from the start with its clear, pure, and intensely aromatic bouquet. Rich notes of vibrant yellow-fleshed fruits mingle with hints of crushed rocks and iodine, showcasing the wine’s depth and elegance. On the palate, it reveals density, richness, and a distinct iodine character, balanced by tight grip and minerally freshness. The finish is tangy and concentrated, with fine tannins lending a chalky sensation.

  • $980.00

    Caroline Morey, Beaune 1er Cru Les Greves Blanc 2018

    The Beaune 1er Cru “Greves” has offered a delicate aroma of acacia blossom, spice, and apple and pear compote greets the nose. The succulent and enticing medium-bodied flavors offer a rounded mouthfeel, with a hint of juiciness, and decent persistence, albeit with only average depth.

  • $340.00

    Charlotte & Aurelien Houillon, Terrasses 2018

    This Les Terrasses cuvée from Charlotte and Aurélien Houillon is a vibrant tribute to the old Grenache vines of the region, showcasing the exceptional potential of this grape variety when cultivated with respect and passion. On the palate, the wine is velvety and smooth, with a finely balanced structure and generous texture.

  • $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.

  • $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.

  • $268.00

    Domaine de Vaccelli, Unu rose 2018

    The 2018 Ajaccio Unu from Domaine de Vacelli, made only from Sciacarellu grapes, is a tank-raised and early-bottled offering that exudes vibrant notes of lightly-cooked but juicy red raspberry and cherry, infused with hints of rose hip, cherry pit, and resinous herbs. It displays a commendable sense of lift, albeit sensitive to serving temperature and capable of subtly revealing its alcohol presence.

  • $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.

  • $490.00

    Domaine du Cayron, Gigondas 2018

    This Gigondas 2018 is made from 78% Grenache, complemented by 14% Syrah, 6% Cinsault, and 2% Mourvèdre. It thrives in clay-limestone, sandy, and stony soils, offering a yield of 30 hl/ha. It presents an intense purple colour with brilliant reflections and aromas of red cherry and blackcurrant, hints of wild herbs, spices, pepper, basil, and a mineral touch, offering refreshing acidity. On the palate, it reveals a generous, powerful, and full-bodied character with fine, silky tannins, showcasing elegance and harmony with a lingering finish.

  • $390.00

    Fernand & Laurent Pillot, Chassagne-Montrachet Vieilles Vignes Rouge 2018

    Les vieilles vignes offers a deep red with a velvety bouquet. Opens with enticing aromas of wild berries, cherries, earthy undertones, and spices. On the palate, it is medium to full-bodied, displaying concentration and vibrancy, with lively flavors and a framework of soft tannins.

  • $500.00

    Fiona Leroy, Maranges Au Chene 2018

    Fiona Leroy’s Maranges white wine comes from a steep plot with limestone soil, where old vines around sixty years old grow. It displays a lovely mineral tension and a refreshing salty finish. The 2018 Maranges Au Chêne offers aromas of ripe orchard fruit, toasted wheat, and nutmeg. This wine has a medium to full body, with a precise texture that is both elegant and enveloping. It features lively acidity and a savory finish.

  • $500.00

    Fiona Leroy, Maranges Rouge 2018

    Fiona Leroy’s Maranges Rouge is made entirely from Pinot Noir grapes grown on a vineyard planted in 1950. It showcases traditional aromas of wild cherry and raspberry. The wine is lively, with a refreshing acidity, balanced by peppery spice and a pleasant interplay of smoothness and firm tannins.


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