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  • 2017 Le Grappin Les Grèves, Beaune 1er Cru Blanc
    Burgundy, France
    100% Chardonnay
    From the only parcel of Chardonnay mid-slope in Beaune’s most famous climat, and adjacent to Bouchard Père et Fils’s monopole “Les Vignes d’Enfant Jesus”, these 50-year-old vines face south on a perfect incline for sunlight interception and drainage. Less than 1% of “Les Grèves” is planted to Chardonnay, and there are only five producers left who make a white “Les Grèves” Guava, pineapple, and other tropical fruits dominate the complex and powerful nose. Lush and creamy in the mouth it broadens and lengthens. Truly a singular terroir-driven wine – grand cru weight if not finesse. Muscular, broad, and long. Classic Beaune Grèves Blanc.

    2017 Le Grappin Les Grèves, Beaune 1er Cru Blanc

    €81.95
  • 1962 Domaine Henri Boillot Volnay Cote de Beaune
    Burgundy, France
    100% Pinot Noir
    Domaine Henri Boillot, in Volnay, has become, amongst others, a specialty of Puligny-Montrachet. For several generations (since 1885 precisely), in the southern part of the Côte de Beaune, this discreet but renowned 15-hectare domaine, well known by connoisseurs, has vinified and matured a remarkable palette of prestigious wines on the largest terroirs. Its classy, vigorous and masterfully harmonious grand crus of the Côte de Beaune have particularly established its reputation. Seven hectares of white wine is distributed among the Puligny-Montrachet Premier Cru (Les Perrières, Les Pucelles, Clos de La Mouchère), Meursault Premier Cru Les Genevrières and Savigny-les-Beaune Premier Cru Les Vergelesses. Today, it is the son Henri who has taken over the reins of the family vineyard, and in 1996 he added a trading business, exclusively for whites, and in which each premier cru or grand cru is produced by a single supplier in order to preserve the authenticity of the terroir. The whites, generally early, improve superbly over four to five years. This is thanks to the rigorous and constant ploughing of the vines in a sustainable manner (8 to 10 times a year), as well as the fact that no herbicides are used, yields are limited (40hl / ha on average) and harvesting is manual and conducted as late as possible. Note that in 2005 the domaine unified its name when Henri Boillot bought out Jean Boillot.

    1962 Domaine Henri Boillot Volnay Cote de Beaune

    €445.00
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