1. Michel Gros Hautes Cotes du Nuits 2015

    Michel Gros Hautes Cotes du Nuits 2015

    In 1810 the Gros family set up in Vosne-Romanée and the whole family continues to tend the land and make the wine. This Burgundy, though not from a single vineyard, speaks terroir fluently. To smell and taste this is to be transported to the middle of the vineyards. Aromas of mushrooms, meat, soil, dark cherries, thyme, Santa Rosa plums and a light reductive quality. The palate is elegant and the finish has intense minerality complimented by oak. Learn More
  2. Domaine Julien Nuits Saint Georges 2015

    Domaine Julien Nuits Saint Georges 2015

    Fourth generation winemaker Etienne Julien has brought an organic, vineyard-led approach to viticulture and winemaking, leading to a steep rise in quality. Sourced from four vineyards in Nuits-St-Georges, the wine is aged in 30% new oak. The result is a serious, intense wine, with ripe black fruits, roses and violets, tapenade, black pepper, licorice, and smoke, and a tight, gripping palate. Drink now-2030. Learn More
  3. Michel Sarrazin Maranges 2015

    Michel Sarrazin Maranges 2015

    Family winery that goes back to the seventeenth century, the wine coming from two small adjacent vineyards on the southern tip of this criminally underrated appellation. Great intensity and concentration, with aromas of smoke, black pepper, strawberry, raspberry, red cherries, and licorice, with high acidity and fine, grainy tannins, and a subtly spicy finish. An incredibly pure expression and a great introduction to Maranges – an appellation you need to know about. Learn More