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Burguet's 2009 Gevrey-Chambertin Mes Favorites Vieilles Vignes is a dark, inward wine. Deep layers of minerality add to the sensation of thrust and drive on the finish. The Vieilles Vignes is a selection of 70+ year old vines across 18 different parcels with average yields well below 30 hectoliters per hectare. Learn More

V 92

Terrific structure. Shows a bit of barrel influence in the nose, along with white peach. Builds across the palate with a big streak of minerality, finishing with a touch of caramel and yellow raisin. Serious Meursault at this level. Learn More

This Chablis' crystalline limpidity and its pale yellow color with light-green highlights tell a great deal about its character, which is bursting with mineral precision and finesse. Very pure nose, that is typical of Chablis (white flowers, flint), opens up to a palate that boasts an elegant combination of almond notes and lovely vivacity. This Chablis is best matched with classic dishes. Enjoy its refreshing notes as an aperitif served with smoked salmon on toast. Learn More

WS 90

Aleth Girardin Beaune 1er Cru Le Clos des Mouches 2012 Learn More

This small domaine is one of Burgundy’s best-kept secrets. The fruit has a fine, elegant expression which is the hallmark of Aleth’s wines. Learn More

Clean cut and mineral driven, this wine exudes delicate green fruit notes of apple and pear with hints of citrus and wet stones. Bright and zippy acidity, this is a great value for Chablis! Goes well with oysters, herbed sea bass and scallops. Learn More

Benoit Ente likes to mature all his wines in oak barrels for 12 months, even the Aligoté wine!. Nothing is added to the wine. A light filtration is done just before bottling the wine. The bottling is done at the estate and by Benoit himself. Learn More

This white variety originated in Burgundy, but is now grown around the world. Its flexibility to thrive in many regions translates to wide flavor profile in the market. Chardonnay is commonly used in making Champagne and sparkling wines. Learn More

Distinguished and complex, slightly woody, with hints of vanilla and red and black fruits (blackcurrants, raspberries and Morello cherries). Animal notes of musk and fur. Full-bodied, with ageing potential, long and persistent. As the wine develops the presence of red fruits is confirmed, with a sub-structure of liquorice. Gevrey wines are noted for their strong character and intense, expressive aromas - powerful but extremely mellow. Learn More

100% Pinot Noir. The XVIIth-century Hotel du Conseiller du Roys in Beaune stands above the cellars of Bourchard Aine & Fils, who have been perpetuating the tradition of making fine Burgundy wines since 1750. Learn More

WE 88

One of the most popular and versatile white wine grapes, Chardonnay offers a wide range of flavors and styles depending on where it’s grown and how it’s made. Learn More

This is also relatively cool and restrained, particularly for Morgeot with its petrol, citrus and floral infused aromas. There is a bit more size and weight to the broad-shouldered but not rustic flavors that possess solid power, depth and persistence. The concentration is impressive yet the balance is faultless and this too is recommended. Learn More

Chardonnay is the world’s most famous white-wine grape and also one of the most widely planted. Although the most highly regarded expressions of the variety are those from Burgundy and California, many high-quality examples are made in Italy, Australia, New Zealand and parts of South America. Learn More

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One of the most popular and versatile white wine grapes, Chardonnay offers a wide range of flavors and styles depending on where it’s grown and how it’s made. Learn More

Bordering Le Montrachet (a Grand Cru vineyard), En Remilly shines bright, tastes ethereal, and has just as much class and verve as its opulent neighbor Learn More

ripe and fresh aromas of white and yellow orchard fruit laced with citrus hints. There is impressive richness to the mouth coating flavors due to the abundant dry extract levels. Goes well with marmalade and toast, this wine is just as enjoyable with a late Sunday brunch as it could with a fancy dinner of seared scallops Learn More

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Musky aromas of smoke and white truffle. Fat, broad and rich; in a round style, with harmonious acidity framing the ripe citrus and smoke flavors. Finishes with a truffley nuance and good verve. Learn More

If a season were assigned to every bottle of wine, Bruno Colin's "La Maltroie" would defintely be late Spring. It captures the energy of life on the verge of full bloom. Learn More

If you’re not yet familiar with Maranges, the southern frontier of the Côte de Beaune, let this be your introduction. Nearly all the growers here agree that La Fussière is the most “Maranges” of all the “Maranges.” This is what defines their terroir: rustic, mineral, and juicy all at once. Learn More

Smoky and earthy like rich truffles (for which this parcel was originally known), its fine vivacity and nervy backbone prove to be unmistakably Puligny and unmistakably Colin. Learn More

Silky, structured, and fine grained, the name of this red premier cru, "Les Gravieres," evokes the gravely limestone soil. Aromas of red berries and forest floor unfold with rustic elegance. Learn More

Old-vine fruit can be gnarly, but not Bruno Colin's. Its smooth texture is peppered with gentle hints of graphite, lending a minerality and typicity that wine lovers adore in this cru. Learn More

Pale gold in color. Rich and complex with notes of ripe stone fruits and citrus fruits. Opulent and structured with floral aromas, distinctive minerality and a long finish. Pairs well with king prawns, lobster, and crawfish as well as Foie Gras, white meats in cream sauce and many varieties of goat’s cheese. Learn More

A full-bodied Burgundy Chardonnay with aromas of powder, vanilla, yellow apples and pears. Full and robust, requiring aeration to allow the flower and fruit notes to display full potential. Learn More

This wine is made from vines of about 65 years old and aged in foudres for 8-12 months. Aromas of white flowers and fresh fruits to an evocation of dry fruits, beeswax, and spices. Learn More

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