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  1. Berthet- Bondet Cote de Jura Trio Rouge 2016

    Berthet- Bondet Cote de Jura Trio Rouge 2016

    The trio of grapes that make up this wine are Poulsard, Trousseau, and Pinot Noir. Three amazing grapes in their own right, but they create a harmonious wine of delicate fruit flavors when blended together. A small amount of funk is balanced out by earthy aromas and damp forest floor. Red fruits dominate the palate and they are joined by light flavors of fig, soft tannins and firm acidity. This is a lovely representation of a Jura red. Learn More
  2. Henri Gourtorbe "Special Club" Champagne 2006

    Henri Gourtorbe "Special Club" Champagne 2006

    "The 2006 Special Club Grand Cru Brut is a blend of 70% Pinot Noir and 30% Chardonnay from Aÿ. The wine has a deep, fine and mineral bouquet of ripe and concentrated fruits (pineapples and citrus) intermixed with chalky notes. Pure, fresh and intense on the palate, this is a full-bodied, fresh and elegant Champagne with remarkable finesse, mineral grip and power. The finish is long and complex, but the wine is still young." Robert Parker Learn More
  3. Domaine Collotte Cuvee Vielles Vignes Marsannay 2016

    Domaine Collotte Cuvee Vielles Vignes Marsannay 2016

    Rarely do you find single village wines for $30, and this Marsannay should really cost a lot more. The wine is a blend of five different parcels with an average vine age of 50 years. There are a lot of flavors in the glass, including dark plum, black cherry, herbs, and a faint meatyness. The palate is firm and round with an unwinding, balanced acidity that awakens the senses. Get this producer while you can, before the prices rise. Learn More
  4. Agrapart Experience 14 Champagne NV

    Agrapart Experience 14 Champagne NV

    $345.00 (NET)
    A blend of the “têtes de cuvées” from 2014. The selection includes the best vines from Agrapart’s Avize vineyards (Les Champboutons) and Cramant (les Bionnes). The expression of the Avize and Cramant terroir is sought in this wine, where the chalky soil brings finesse and minerality. The alcohol level is natural and the first fermentation is done using indigenous yeast. Secondary fermentation is also done using indigenous yeast from the current harvest . Learn More
  5. Michel Juillot Mercurey 2016

    Michel Juillot Mercurey 2016

    The Côte Chalonnaise is one of Burgundies best kept secrets for value. Michel is a fourth generation vigneron who’s great-grandfather helped to develop the boundaries for Mercurey, so he kind of knows his way around the region. The “Le Meix Juillot” is 100% de-stemmed and spends 18 months in 50% new oak. There is a rich, warm, umami flavor with baked plum and black cherry. More scents and flavors of savory fruit, light caraway, and mushroom with a dry finsh. Learn More
  6. Maison Roche de Bellene Bourgogne Rouge Vieilles Vignes 2017

    Maison Roche de Bellene Bourgogne Rouge Vieilles Vignes 2017

    The average age for the vines is 45-55 years planted organically in clay and limestone. Finished in mostly matured barriques and some stainless steel, there is a great combination of earth, oak, and pureness in this wine. The color is translucent ruby, but the light color does not mean light flavors. The oak barrels lend the wine flavors of baked cherries and baking spices while preserving the meaty, mushroom and savory herbs. Topped off with fresh cranberry and sloeberry notes Learn More
  7. 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
  8. Kuentz-Bas Pinot Noir Alsace 2017

    Kuentz-Bas Pinot Noir Alsace 2017

    Maison Kuentz-Bas was first established in 1795 in the town of Husseren-les-Châteaux. The grapes are grown in clay and limestone on 1.2 hectares. Its hard to imagine from the light color of this wine that the grapes were fermented in foudre for 2-3 weeks, but the result is a refreshing Pinot Noir. There are lots of savory notes along with sweet hints of cranberry and stewed cherries, while the tannins fade quietly into the finish. Learn More
  9. Bachelet-Monnot Maranges "La Fussiere" 2017

    Bachelet-Monnot Maranges "La Fussiere" 2017

    2.2 hectares are farmed to produce this lovely wine from the often over-looked commune of Maranges. The “La Fussière” is the largest climat of Maranges and the vines average 60 years of age. 12 months in used casks and an addiotional 6 months in cement give the wine its texture. This all adds to a wine that combines the best of both old world and new world. The fruit is vibrant with red fruits, but the palate is smooth and creamy. This little gem is Nitty-gritty, but oh so pretty. Learn More
  10. Didier Montchovet Bourgogne Pinot Noir 2016

    Didier Montchovet Bourgogne Pinot Noir 2016

    Didier is an inpirational example of how hard-work and passion can create a fulfilling carreer. He started in 1984 by leasing a .5 ha parcel and has grown his holdings to 11ha near the village of Pommard. From the beginning, biodynamic farming was a priority. At first sniff, it is clear you are not in California anymore. One gets red fruits and tree-ripe cherries with baking spices, as well as some herbs. The finish has moderate acidity and lasting red fruits. Learn More