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  1. Barruol-Lynch “La Boisselée” Cote Rotie 2016

    Barruol-Lynch “La Boisselée” Cote Rotie 2016

    $80.00 (NET)
    Louis Barruol is a fourteenth generation winemaker who has been producing only a few precious barrels of various cuvées while helping to save the authenticity and the identity of many great old Côte Rôtie parcels. A pure expression of big fruit, anise, cassis, blackberry and boysenberry. Roasted flavors of incense, cola, & graphite. Still youthful with fresh tannins and acid. Learn More
  2. Bernard Burgaud Cote Rotie Magnum 2016

    Bernard Burgaud Cote Rotie Magnum 2016

    $150.00 (NET)
    This is the producer’s only wine, concentrating his efforts into making the best expression of Côte Rôtie from two individual vineyards. Just 1,000 cases made, it spends 22 months in 20% new French oak. An extremely attractive nose of red plum, blackberry, and black cherry, violet, iris, pepper, and smoke, with great acidity, an intense, gripping, tannic structure, and a long, long finish. Drink now-2030. Learn More
  3. Domaine Vincent Paris Cornas 2017

    Domaine Vincent Paris Cornas 2017

    100% Syrah from the Northern Rhône giving us a textbook example of what Cornas can express. Authority, power, and finesse with hedonistic flavors of smoke, bacon fat, and earth. The beautiful thing about the wine is that it also showcases crème de cassis, violets, lavender, and rainbow pepper. Medium bodied with a smooth texture and a concentrated finish that seems to last longer than the delicate palate would suggest. Learn More
  4. Faugier-Gonnet Hermitage 2012

    Faugier-Gonnet Hermitage 2012

    Here is an Hermitage that relies on elegance and finesse, rather than the typical characteristics of strength and power that are more commonly found in the region. Now, this is not to say that the wine does not have the meaty, smoky, herbal garrigue that is a Northern Rhône signature. It still has all of that, and more. Silky smooth on the mid-palate with milk chocolate, stewed black fruits and an expansive finish that seems to build more and more from the opulent overall mouthfeel. Learn More
  5. J.L. Chave Hermitage 2013

    J.L. Chave Hermitage 2013

    $280.00 (NET)
    One of the world's great wines. Belongs in any serious wine collector's cellar and wine glass. Sourced from Chave's unique plots on the hill of Hermitage, the wine has it all: power, elegance, friendliness and longevity. Learn More