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  • 2016 Les Varonniers
    Rhône, France
    Syrah
    Grapes 100% Syrah. Crozes-Hermitage Appellation. Biodynamic and Organic wine. Tasting notes “2016 Crozes-Hermitage Les Varonniers is a solid wine. It starts off with forwarding aromas blackberry pie and pastry crust, yet it delivers a structured, slightly restrained experience on the palate. It's not overly tannic, just reined in by crushed stone notes on the lingering finish”. Joe Czerwinski, The Wine Advocate Scores and Awards 93-100 Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate Cellar Potential: now-2025

    M. Chapoutier, Les Varonniers Crozes Hermitage

    €84.95
  • Chateau Lynch  Bages 2010 Pauillac
    Bordeaux, France
    Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc
    Cab Sauv 72%, Merlot 15%, Cab Franc 12% Producer On 90 hectares located on a plateau west of Pauillac town in the village of Bages. Owned by famous Jean-Michel Cazes and currently run by his son Jean-Charles. 5th Growth. Tasting Notes Simply a brilliant wine, notably powerful with a full body and notable ripe tannins that have softened with bottle age. Aging beautifully can be approached now and will continue to develop over the next 5-15 years. Drink now to 2026. Scores and Awards 96/100 Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate

    Chateau Lynch Bages 2010 Pauillac

    €379.00
  • Ch. Lynch Bages 2012
    Grapes Cab Sauv 71%, Merlot 26%, Cab Franc 3% Producer On 90 hectares located on a plateau west of Pauillac town in the village of Bages. Owned by famous Jean-Michel Cazes and currently run by his son Jean-Charles. 5th Growth. Tasting Notes 2012 is a brooding lioness showing real volume, weight and substance. The nose has dark, fruit cassis and licorice whilst the palate exudes rich, silky and sublime density. Drink now - 2025. Scores and Awards 91-94/100 Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate

    Ch. Lynch-Bages 2012 - Pauillac

    €190.00
  • Lynch Bages 2013
    Bordeaux, France
    Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot
    Grapes Cab Sauv 72%, Merlot 20%, Cab Franc 6% Producer On 90 hectares located on a plateau west of Pauillac town in the village of Bages. Owned by famous Jean-Michel Cazes and currently run by his son Jean-Charles. 5th Growth. Tasting Notes Muscular and defined, powerful. A core of beautifully defined, luscious, cassis and blackcurrant fruit provides weight and a light touch of sweetness whilst the long finish has a gentle, stylish and graceful uplift. Drink now to 2030. Scores and Awards 87/100 Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate

    Chateau Lynch Bages 2013, Pauillac

    €172.95
  • Ch. Lynch Bages 2014
    Bordeaux, France
    Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc
    Grapes Cab Sauv 69%, Merlot 26%, Cab Franc 3% Producer On 90 hectares located on a plateau west of Pauillac town in the village of Bages. Owned by famous Jean-Michel Cazes and currently run by his son Jean-Charles. 5th Growth. Tasting Notes Tight and surly at first, demanding a lot of coaxing from the glass. It eventually opens up with a mix of red and black fruit, cedar and tobacco. The palate is medium-bodied with fine tannin. Drink now to 2030. Scores and Awards 92/100 Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate

    Chateau Lynch Bages 2014, Pauillac

    €203.95
  • Ch. Lynch bages 2015
    Bordeaux, France
    Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc
    Grapes Cab Sauv 70%, Merlot 24%, Cab Franc 4%, Petit Verdot 2% Producer On 90 hectares located on a plateau west of Pauillac town in the village of Bages. Owned by famous Jean-Michel Cazes and currently run by his son Jean-Charles. 5th Growth. Tasting Notes The powerfully structured palate has savory hints of licorice and ripe black juicy fruit which all combine in a dense, brooding, almost muscular mouth-feel. This cabernet dominated wine will surely gain even more weight, finesse and elegance. Drink now - 2030. Scores and Awards 95-96/100 Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate

    Chateau Lynch Bages 2015, Pauillac

    €315.00
  • Ch. Lynch Bages 2016
    Bordeaux, France
    Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc
    Grapes Cab Sauv 75%, Merlot 19%, Cab Franc 4% Producer On 90 hectares located on a plateau west of Pauillac town in the village of Bages. Owned by famous Jean-Michel Cazes and currently run by his son Jean-Charles. 5th Growth. Tasting Notes A very serious Lynch-Bages. The deep garnet red color and comes with expressive notes of dark fruit, cassis, blackcurrants and a distinctive thread of mint. On the palate, it is full-bodied with ripe tannins and a great swathe of creamy tannins. The finish is long lasting. Drink now-2030. Scores and Awards 95-96/100 Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate

    Chateau Lynch Bages 2010

    €379.00
  • Ch. Montrose 2012
    Bordeaux, France
    Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc
    Grapes Cab Sauv 57%, Merlot 37%, Cab Franc 5% Producer Established in 1815, Changing hands in 1866 and then again in 1896 by the Charmolue family until 2006 when it was acquired by Martin and Olivier Bouygues. For the next 7 years they brought Ch. Montrose into the 21st Century. 2nd Growth, St-Éstephe Tasting Note A deep dazzling purple. The nose opens with airing to reveal elegant fresh fruit, blackcurrant bud and eucalyptus aromas. A powerful, silky mid-palate building to a long finish on notes of brioche and licorice. Drink now-2025. Scores and Awards 90-93/100 – Robert Parker, Wine Advocate

    Chateau Montrose, St. Estephe 2012

    €182.95
  • Chateau Mouton Rothschild 2015
    Bordeaux, France
    Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc
    Cab Sauv 82%, Merlot 16%, Cab Franc 2% Producer Spanning 90 hectares1st Growth Tasting Note The refined and elegant nose reveals fruity wild blackberry and bilberry. Notes of toast, licorice and tobacco emerge. The impression on the palate is very full, rich in ripe fruit and peppery spice. An exceptionally long finish. Scores and Awards 98/100 – Robert Parker, Wine Advocate Cellar Potential now - 2045

    Chateau Mouton Rothschild 2015

    €1,350.00
  • Niepoort Vintage port 2017
    Douro Valley, Portugal
    Touriga Nacional, Touriga Franca, Tinto Cão, Tinta Francisca and others
    not available to ship to Portugal Grapes Touriga Nacional, Touriga Franca, Tinto Cão, Tinta Francisca and others. Duoro Valley, Portugal. Producer An independent family business since 1842, through five generations. Tasting notes A wonderful dark purple rim and great depth of colour characterise the wine’s appearance. The aromatic profile is dominated by superb youthful dark fruit. It is powerful on the initial attack, leading into a fresh mid-palate with beautifully seductive flavors of dark fruit. A great combination of power and elegance, ending in a bold, dry, lengthy and slightly green tannic finish. The length and structure of the 2017 vintage promise a long-lived wine with great ageing potential. Scores and Awards 99 - 100 Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate

    Niepoort, Vintage Port 2017

    €120.00
  • Pavillon Rouge de Ch. Margaux 2010
    Bordeaux, France
    Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot
    Grapes Cab Sauv 66%, Merlot 30%, Cab Franc 4% Producer The quality of Ch. Margaux’s 2nd wine has become very close to that of the 1st because all the plots involved contributed to the blending of Ch. Margaux not so long ago. Tasting Notes. A wine able to age for 20 years but is quite drinkable already. Deep garnet in color, the 2010 Pavillon Rouge du Chateau Margaux offers up scents of blackcurrant cordial, wild thyme and fertile loam with hints of cedar chest, pencil lead and tar. Medium-bodied, the palate is just a tad lean with chewy tannins and bold freshness, finishing on an herbal note.

    Chateau Pavillon Rouge Margaux 2010

    €420.00
  • Ch. Pontet - Canet 2008
    Bordeaux, France
    Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot
    Grapes Cab Sauv 65%, Merlot 30%, Cab Franc 4% Producer On 81 hectares in Pauillac, Pontet Canet can trace its origins back to 1725. Owned by the Tesseron family, they have vastly improved the quality of Pontet Canet wines which are now full-bodied and packed with ripe, chewy, black fruits and finely integrated tannins. 5th Growth Tasting Notes 100% biodynamic. Very attractive, full of creamy, blackcurrant fruit with grainy, ripe tannins. Layers of fruit swell across the palate whilst the finish is refreshing and full of concentrated fruit. A worthy addition to any cellar. Scores and Awards 90-93/100 Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate

    Chateau Pontet Canet 2008, Pauillac

    €189.95
  • Toro Pintia 2014
    Castilla-Leon, Spain
    Tempranillo
    Grapes Tempranillo. Region: Toro, Castilla y Leon, Spain. Producer Many consider Vega Sicilia to be one of Spain’s ‘First Growths;’ and responsible for the illustrious reputation of the Ribera Del Duero. It was founded in 1864 by Don Eloy Lecanda y Chaves, who arrived from Bordeaux with cuttings of local grapes (Cab. Sauvignon, Merlot and Malbec) and planted them, together with Spain's signature grape Tinto Fino (Tempranillo) in Ribera del Duero. Tasting Notes It has aromas of violets and delicate cedar, with a fresh, balanced, rounded palate displaying rich, dense notes of redcurrant and damson that run smoothly over the tongue. There's an edge of acidity and a finishing boom of warmth. A subtle change in the oak regime sees this in 90% new oak (rather than the traditional 100%), and 80% French and 20% American oak (a shift towards more French oak). Ageing potential 2019 - 2029 Scores and Awards 95 - 100 Decanter

    2014 Vega Sicilia Pintia Toro

    €79.95
  • Valbuena N5 2014
    Castilla-Leon, Spain
    Tempranillo blend
    Grapes Tempranillo blend with small percentage of merlot. Region: Castilla y Leon. Apellation: Ribera del Duero. Tasting Notes Intense, expressive and complex. The nose reveals its aging potential with a range of aromas that perfectly balance the presence of wood with the expressiveness of the fruit. There are also nuances of chocolate, smoke and pencil lead with balsamic, vanilla and spiced notes. On the palate it reveals its character with elegance and silkiness, leaving a powerful fruity and meaty impression as it passes. Excellent storage capacity. Scores and Awards 96 - 100 Robert Parker

    Vega Sicilia, Valbuena

    €189.00
  • Chateau Duhart Milon 2015
    Bordeaux, France
    Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot
    Grapes 73% Cabernet Sauvignon, 27% Merlot Producer Ch. Duhart Milon Rothschild is a Pauillac state-owned by Domaines Barons de Rothschild that produces on average 28,000 cases of wine per year. Duhart Milon Rothschild is classified as a 4ème Cru Classé. Tasting Notes The wine has a beautiful dark garnet color. The nose is deep, with good harmony between the young woodiness characteristic of their TDD barrels and the wine’s fresh fruit. Beautiful notes of licorice. On the palate, it develops quickly and is immediately very present. Consistent and balanced, it continues with tremendous length. The wine has a Pleasant finish with notes of cherries and also has the excellent potential to improve with age. Scores and Awards 95 - 100 Wine Spectato

    Duhart Milon 2012

    €155.00
  • Macan Clasico 2015
    Rioja, Spain
    Tempranillo
    Grapes 100% Tempranillo. Region Ribera del Duero Producer In the Benjamin de Rothschild and Vega Sicilia winery is born one of the most desirable monovarietal of the Rioja region. Both firms share the idea of making great wines in La Rioja. After 5 years of terroir evaluation and acquisition of 92 ha of vineyard, the project takes shape in 2009 with the first vintages Macan and Macan Clasico. Tasting Notes “This wine is clean, modern and balanced, with integrated oak and the classical berry flavors with a spicy twist. The palate is medium to full-bodied, with some grainy tannin and enough elegance to counterbalance the natural power. I would say it's a very successful 2015, a vintage that is over-delivering in many cases. It was bottled in May 2017. Luis Gutierrez, WA. Aging Potential 2019-2024 Scores and Awards 93 - 100 Robert Parker

    Rothschild Vega Sicilia, Macan Clasico Rioja

    €62.95
  • Chateau Cantenac Brown Margaux 2015
    The 2015 Cantenac Brown follows their excellent 2014 with another great Margaux. Here, a nuanced nose that does not come racing from the blocks, but keep your nose in the glass and it reveals detailed blackberry, cranberry and strawberry aromas that are neatly embroidered with the new oak. The palate is medium-bodied with fine, quite tensile tannin. There is breeding interwoven into this Margaux, palpable sophistication, and it finishes with panache, fanning out with lightly spiced red and black fruit. It is not the most ostentatious Margaux in what is a fecund season for the appéllation, but I suspect it will surprise a few wine-lovers as its ages. Score: 92/94 Neal Martin, Wine Advocate (224), April 2016

    Chateau Cantenac Brown Margaux 2015

    €110.00
  • 2011 Chateau Bellevue de Tayac, Margaux
    Bordeaux, France
    55% Cabernet Sauvignon 35% Merlot 10% Petit Verdot
    This Margaux estate has evolved a lot since Jean-Luc Thunevin bought it in 2004. The vines span 4 hectares of limestone soils and are farmed respectfully. The soils are tilled to ensure the roots dig deep into the soil and manual harvests are followed by careful, precise vinification. The wines are sought after for their excellent balance between density and freshness. Dense yet fresh, this wine is fleshy and reveals a particularly long finish with intense evolved aromas. The ripe blackcurrant and toasty notes mingle with spiced, savory aromas. The Merlot and Cabernet-Sauvignon grapes are vinified in stainless steel vats to preserve their freshness while the Petit-Verdot is put in oak. The wine is then raised in new oak barriques.

    2011 Chateau Bellevue de Tayac, Margaux

    €66.95
  • 2011 Chateau Bernadotte, Haut-Medoc
    Bordeaux, France
    59% Cabernet Sauvignon, 36% Merlot, 3% Cabernet Franc & 2% Other
    -Neal Martin "I think this is an outstanding success this year. A very ripe plummy nose with a slight raisin note. Very rich and opulent with the Merlot dominating the aromatics. A very ripe palate with firm tannins and a good grip. Ripe blackberry and cedar. A very bold wine - probably the best Bernadotte that I have tasted. Excellent. 90-91 points"

    2011 Chateau Bernadotte, Haut-Medoc

    €54.00
  • 1996 Chateau Cheval Blanc, Saint-Emilion Grand Cru
    Bordeaux, France
    66 % Cabernet Franc 24% Merlot
    A very classic vintage, with 55-60% Cabernet Franc - a Cabernet Franc year. 1996 is a left bank year whereas 1995 was a right bank year.Mid crimson with minimal aging at the rim. Looks quite thick and rich to judge from the viscosity. Much more obviously Cheval on the nose than 1999. Intense and lovely fragrance and good potential for development. A very successful bridge between ancient and modern styles.Jancis Robinson 18/20 points.

    1996 Chateau Cheval Blanc, Saint-Emilion Grand Cru

    €749.95
  • Chateau de Crouseilles, Madiran
    South-West France, France
    Cabernet Franc, Tannat
    A blend of Tannat, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Cabernet Franc, the vines are old and from a single, sloped vineyard. Low yields result in a dark age-worthy wine with layers of complexity. You can expect violets, dark berry fruit together with caramel, and tobacco. Given time to open up, you will notice the tannins dissipate allowing the silkiness to shine. This is a big, well-structured, balanced wine with a long and intense finish. And surprising, only 13.5% ABV due to the cooler climate of the Pyrenees.

    Chateau de Crouseilles, Madiran

    €34.95
  • 1999 Chateau Destieux, Saint-Emilion Grand Cru
    Bordeaux, France
    65% Merlot, 35% Cabernet franc
    Château Destieux is an 8-hectare domain located at the second-highest point of Saint-Emilion. From the top of its plateau, it overlooks the whole vineyard. The domain is owned by the Dauriac family. Advised by Michel Rolland, it is a very interesting Saint-Emilion, especially in great vintages like 1999. Still very strongly-colored, full-bodied, and tannic, these wines offer an elegant structure and develop very rich, fruity aromas. They have a good potential to improve with age.

    1999 Chateau Destieux, Saint-Emilion Grand Cru

    €87.95
  • Droin Chablis 1er Cru Montée de Tonnerre
    Burgundy, France
    100%Chardonnay
    Located right in the heart of the Chablis region, the French wine estate of Domaine Jean-Paul and Benoit Droin has been in the business of making wines for over 4 centuries now. The estate owns 26 hectares of vineyards that are spread across some of the best appellations to make Chablis, Petit Chablis, Premium Cru (9), and Grand Cru (5) wines. Currently, this estate is managed by the 13th generation of the family that founded this label. Every single bottle of wine produced here has ultimate respect to the pure terroirs of the Chablis region. The region is unique because it has many types of soils and almost 16 different climatic conditions. These conditions have a great and positive influence on the wines crafted here. Its aromatic profile, fine and complete, tends to minerality and white fruits. Also to be found are hints of white flowers, anise and menthol, brioche, and sweet spices. On the palate, its lengthy vivacity is prolonged by its saline aspect. Never aggressive, it expresses itself through the oyster shell as well as with notes of flint. After 5 to 7 years, its aromatic persistence is enhanced, thereby offering all its power, still balanced by straight-line minerality. It is after 15 years that it acquires incomparable complexity. It is the great lord of the Premier Crus. It will be perfect with grilled lobster.

    Droin Chablis 1er Cru Montée de Tonnerre

    €55.95
  • 2013 Chateau Calon-Segur, Saint-Estephe
    Bordeaux, France
    92% Cabernet Sauvignon, 6% Merlot and 2% Petit Verdot
    A wonderful expression of Cabernet Sauvignon (92%), cassis, slightly smoky, all elegance from St-Estèphe, a finely polished wine. "This is an impressive wine that transcends the problems of the vintage. It has rich fruit that is sustained by the tannic structure that rests on a bed of fresh blackberry fruits cut with fresh acidity. The wine will certainly age well. Don't think about drinking it before 2024." - ROGER VOSS "The 2013 Calon Segur is a Saint Estephe that should not be ignored. It has developed an attractive bouquet with blackberry, graphite, and a hint of vanilla in the background. No, it is not an intense bouquet, yet winemaker Vincent Millet has conjured aromatics that frankly shade many other Left Bank properties this year. The palate is medium-bodied with fine tannin and crisp acidity. There is tangible energy here with a cohesive and silky-textured finish. What is lacks in-depth it compensates with a sense of panache. It will be earlier drinking than other vintages, but the class comes through. Bravo to Vincent and his team for making the best wine they possibly could in this challenging vintage. Drink Date: 2018-2032" - Wine Advocate

    2013 Chateau Calon-Segur, Saint-Estephe

    €115.95
  • 2001 Chateau La Fleur-Petrus, Pomerol
    Bordeaux, France
    Merlot, Cabernet Franc
    'Very pretty licorice and spice character on the nose. Full-bodied, with very well-integrated tannins and a long, long finish. This is slightly cooler and racier than the 2000, but I love them both.' James Suckling Château La Fleur-Pétrus is a Pomerol estate that has been owned by Jean Pierre Moueix (who also owns Pétrus and Trotanoy) since 1952. Four years after it was purchased, Bordeaux was hit by its worst frosts in living memory and most of the vineyards at Lafleur-Pétrus were destroyed and had to be replanted. La Fleur-Pétrus's 9.08 hectare vineyard is on a plateau east of Pomerol sandwiched between Lafleur and Pétrus. The soils are rich in gravel and the vineyard is planted with 90% Merlot and 10% Cabernet Franc. La Fleur-Pétrus's grapes are hand-harvested and then fermented in temperature-controlled concrete vats. The wine is then aged in small oak barriques (50% new) for 18 months. Lafleur-Pétrus produce elegant, smooth, and refined Pomerols that, whilst lacking the concentration and intensity found in Pétrus, are still amongst the finest wines of the region.

    2001 Chateau La Fleur-Petrus, Pomerol

    €329.95
  • 2016 Le Puy, Emilien, Francs Côtes de Bordeaux
    Bordeaux, France
    85% Merlot 7% Cabernet Franc 6% Cabernet Sauvignon 1% Malbec 1% Carmenere
    "This is surely one of Bordeaux's most overlooked wine estates, writes Jane Anson after tasting vintages spanning the past century at Château Le Puy, owned by the same family for more than 400 years and a firm believer in biodynamics." Emilien is matured in oak barrels and casks for 24 months. The robe is garnet red, with hints of ruby in the younger wines and a touch of orange in the older vintages, with a diaphanous onion-skin finesse to the oldest bottles. The nose is fruity, with ripe red fruit aromas dominated by blackcurrant and redcurrant, accented with roasted almond notes and occasional hints of mushrooms and undergrowth. The palate is well-rounded, full-bodied, and precise, with velvety tannins paving the way for a finish that is long and enjoyably complex.

    2016 Le Puy, Emilien, Francs Côtes de Bordeaux

    €48.95
  • 2000 Chateau Lynch-Bages, Pauillac
    Bordeaux, France
    71% Cabernet Sauvignon, 16% Merlot, 11% Cabernet Franc, 2% Petit Verdot
    The wine of Chateau Lynch-Bages is part of the lineage of the great Pauillac wines. Blended mostly from Cabernet Sauvignon, it combines structure and finesse, elegance, and longevity. It is further distinguished by its opulence. Generous right from its youth, it develops more flavors and greater complexity as it matures. Manual harvests, rigorous selection, and aging for 12 to 15 months produce wines with superb concentration, rich tannins, and notes of spices and menthol. With time, they develop an exceptional aromatic complexity. 'Very dark ruby with some evolution. Toasty and appetizing. Very appealing subtlety and complexity on the nose though on the palate, it is clearly not as ripe as some. Maybe higher yields? An attractive drink but far from intense.' Jancis Robinson - jancisrobinson.com, 23 Mar 2010 'Beginning to open magnificently, the still dense purple-colored 2000 reveals a blossoming bouquet of blackberries, cassis, graphite and pen ink. Full-bodied with velvety tannins that have resolved themselves beautifully over the last eleven years, this wine is still an adolescent, but it exhibits admirable purity, texture, mouthfeel and power combined with elegance. One of the all-time great examples of Lynch Bages, the 2000 is just beginning to drink well yet promises to last for another 20-25+ years.' Robert Parker Jr - Wine Advocate #196 Aug 2011

    2000 Chateau Lynch-Bages, Pauillac

    €399.00
  • 1996 Chateau Saint Pierre Saint Julien
    Bordeaux, France
    70% Cabernet Sauvignon, 20% Merlot, 10% Cabernet franc
    Located in the prestigious Saint-Julien appellation in Bordeaux, Château Saint-Pierre is classified as a 4ème Grand Cru Classé de 1855. One of the Médoc’s crowning jewels, it has a family history and prime vineyards worthy of the greatest Bordeaux estates. Château Saint-Pierre is a subtle wine, whose elegance and finesse rarely fail to make an impression. It offers a charming freshness, silky soft tannins, and a beautiful structure. Presenting a characteristic Saint-Julien profile and excellent potential for aging, this is consistently one of the finest wines in the appellation.

    1996 Chateau Saint Pierre Saint Julien

    €125.00
  • 2016 Felsina Berardenga Fontalloro Toscana Tuscany
    Tuscany, Italy
    100% Sangiovese
    “A very special wine in the making.” - Antonio Galloni There are pygmies in the Congo basin, who will roll their eyes, yawn, and turn in for the night if you tell them about the 2016 vintage in Tuscany. It’s the worst-kept secret in wine, but it’s worth repeating one more time because the elements rarely align so perfectly. Felsina have fashioned a tremendous, age-worthy Sangiovese with the release of their Fontalloro 2016, a wine packed with hedonistic fruit and a structure to last for 20-30 years. Fontalloro is the most representative expression of Fèlsina’s Sangiovese. Fontalloro grapes come from vineyards straddling the border between Chianti Classico and the Chianti Colli Senesi denomination. Aromas of dark-skinned fruit, exotic spice, blue flower, and menthol shape the nose. It's linear, focused, ethereally elegant, offering succulent Morello cherry, raspberry compote, and star anise alongside fine-grained tannins. Fresh acidity lends balance. Drink now(2020) -2036.

    2016 Felsina Berardenga Fontalloro Toscana Tuscany

    €74.95
  • Hospices de Beaune 1er Cru, Cuvee Maurice Drouhin
    Burgundy, France
    100% Pinot Noir
    Maurice Drouhin was for many years Administrator of the Hospices de Beaune and was then Vice-President of its administrative Commission from 1941 to 1955. At the same time, he ran the Beaune négociant-éleveur Joseph Drouhin. His generous donation of top vineyards constitutes one of the largest Cuvées of Beaune 1er Cru in the Domaine des Hospices (covering 2.69 ha.). 40% of the land lies in Les Avaux, 25% each being Champs Pimonts and Boucherottes, the balance Les Grèves. Bright cherry-red color. A good level of concentration both on the nose and in the palate. A well-balanced wine, sometimes discreet but with a real charm.

    Hospices de Beaune 1er Cru, Cuvee Maurice Drouhin

    €85.95
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