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The soils and vineyards of Burgundy have been very well defined thanks to the studious Monks a few hundred years ago - and the swathe of others who have picked up the baton since.
The Golden Slope (Cote D'or) is divided into two; the Cote du Nuit to the north and the Cote de Beaune to the south. Pinot noir dominates the Cote du Nuit as it loves the limestone nature of the soils and Chardonnay thrives in the heavier calcareous marl soils on the Cote de Beaune.
The essence of Burgundy comes down to the place where the vines are grown. The more definitive you can be (e.g. a single vineyard like Grand Cru or Premier Cru) then the higher the price you'll pay. A village wine, which will most likely be a blend of vineyards from within the village won't be as expensive as its origins are a little broader.
To the north, Chablis is an outpost. Lying closer to Champagne than the Cote d'Or, its marine fossil laden soils (Kimmeridgian clay) make scintillating renditions of chardonnay which age beautifully.
To the south the Cote Chalonnais, Maconnais and Beaujolais make wines that are easier on the pocket. There's some great value to be had here. A few different grapes are added to the mix including Gamay and Aligoté (as well as pinot noir and chardonnay).
Red or White?
White: Chardonnay, Aligote
Red: Pinot Noir, Gamay
The purity of chardonnay is on full display in a bottle of Chablis. Chiselled and tightly wound this is a crisp and salivating white. White Burgundy tends towards a riper heart but with spicy oak support.
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PWC French Wine Pack Sep 21
More product information will be added here soon! In the meantime, if you do have any questions at all about this product or others in our store, you can contact us by phone or email. Our friendly and experienced team are always happy to assist - we love drinking, selling, talking about and being in and around wine!$0.00
Domaine Philippe Collotte Marsannay Les Grasses Tetes 2017From two parcels of old vines; one based on Crinoidal limestone (known in France as Calcaire à Entroques), the other Comblanchien. This wine is very perfumed and pure with real depth, yet showing a lovely minerality and elegance, finishing with great length and very fine tannins. PWS
Notes of spicy red berries and cherries introduce the 2017 Marsannay Les Grasses Têtes, a medium-bodied, velvety wine built around tangy acids and powdery tannins. This is one of the more understated wines in the Collotte portfolio this year. Drink 2020-2035. WILLIAM KELLEY, The Wine Advocate, February 2020.
2016Pinot noirFrance358$63.00 As low as $56.70
Faiveley Mercurey Le Clos du Roy 2019 1er
Aromas of plums, spices, incense and soil tones, framed by a touch of toasty new oak, introduce the 2019 Mercurey 1er Cru Clos du Roy, a medium to full-bodied, layered and velvety wine that's fleshy and concentrated, with fine, powdery tannins and lively acids. This is an enveloping, gourmand wine from a 2.6-hectare parcel. WILLIAM KELLEY, Wine Advocate2019Pinot noirFrance358Special Price $79.00 Regular Price $92.00 As low as $74.00
Domaine de l’Aste Santenay Rouge 2019
'One of Santenay's emerging talents...' WILLIAM KELLEY, robertparker.com
'Already one of the best addresses in Santenay!' BILL NANSON, burgundyreport.com.au
Village wine, 2 plots between Santenay and Chassagne. All hand picked and barrel aged.
Winemaker David Moreau states 'it has depth, black fruit and spices, and a hint of fresh oak. It's structured with complex mouthfeel.'
'Moreau's wines come highly recommended. I was smitten by the purity of fruit, fineness of tannins and their charm. Whilst they might not necessarily be wines of enormous longevity, I am not sure how much that matters when they have so much to offer in their youth (though that said, if I had a case I'd keep six bottles back to see how their age.) If you have read this producer introduction up to this final sentence, then the next thing you should do is pick up the telephone or click a mouse and buy these wines.' NEAL MARTIN, vinous.com
2016Pinot noirFrance358$77.00 As low as $69.30
Jean Marc Bouley Pommard 1er Cru Rugiens 2016Sappy, aromatic nose combines red raspberry, cherry and smoky minerality. The silkiest and smoothest of these 2016s but with its vibrant cherry and red berry flavors given precision and lift by a firm spine of calcaire minerality. Intense, sweet and utterly suave wine with a mounting finish featuring noble tannins that reach the front teeth. This is typically a very crystalline style of wine (without the volume of Rugiens-Bas) thanks to its rocky energy, and in 2016 it maintains juiciness and precision without coming off as austere. As with the family's holding in Volnay Caillerets, these wines were mostly spared by the frost. STEPHEN TANZER, vinous.com2016Pinot noirFrance358$343.00 As low as $308.70
Jacques Prieur Montrachet 2011Bright pale yellow. Captivating aromas of lemon zest, wild herbs and menthol. Dense, saline and stuffed with fruit, with a pronounced saline quality and seriously strong acidity giving the wine terrific force for a 2011. Very young and slow to reveal itself. Gublin noted that this wine has been locked up tight from very early on. STEPHEN TANZER2011chardonnayFrance358Special Price $2,375.00 Regular Price $2,795.00
May Premium Pack 2021 - Alternative Burgundy Pack
There is no doubt that the prices in Burgundy are starting to move beyond what us mere mortals can afford. So, to remedy the situation we have put together a cracking compliment of great burgundy from a selection of the regions underrated regions.
The slightly warmer reached of Burgundies south offer an up a diverse set of topographies and soils that are the perfect foil for pinot. These are regions that fly under the radar and while they may not be getting the attention they deserve they are producing some fantastic pinot with real character and charm.
These ‘satellite’ appellations, as they are often referred too, are coming into there own and with savvy winemakers and growers recognising the awesome potential now has never been a better a better time to explore.
We start with Marsannay and along with Santenay probably one of the better know quality producers of pinot outside of the most famous villages of the Cote de Nuit. In style it resembles its close neighbours in Fixin and Gevrey Chambertin with a morello cherry attack, black currant fruits and a mellow and generous body that often flows into a meaty, savoury finish.
The wines of Collotte already offer incredible value and given the quality of the two plots of limestone rich soil this comes off as an impressive wine. The husband-and-wife team use only a touch of new oak on there more premium cuvees allowing a purity and sense of sauvage to shine through here their other cuvees.
Fruther south Santenay and Auxey Duresses are also close neighbours and remain a part of the Cote-de-beaune. Santenay sits off to the far southern tip with Auxey nestled in between Volnay, Mersault and Puligny Montrachet.
Auxey includes 9 premiere crus with its mid-weight black and red fruits often off-set by some velvety, fine boned but moderate tannins. The Domaine Florence Cholet wines harness this beautifully with grace and charm. The wines have incredible buoyancy and racy-ness that is hard to not be a little taken by – fantastic stuff
Santennay follows in the footsteps of the Beaune with soft and round edges to the wines and a floral lift reminiscent of the wines of Volnay. They are a touch more supple in their nature then their northern cousins but with a slight more wild fruit profile.
Abbaye de Santenay are firmly focused on the vineyards where Ludovic and his team maintain the vines in a rigorous way to obtain high quality fruit. The philosophy of the domaine is to get the best of the terroirs, respecting nature and preserving the finesse of the wines.
Further south in the Cote Chalonnaise as the land broadens out and the sun gently warms the rolling hills. Its like of top-quality sites when compared to its cousins in the north is more than made up by its consistent quality and excellent value.
Mercurey in particular is amongst one of the best villages to source and even producers such as Faiveley have actively been involved in the region for decades, recognising the potential for quality. It bears a few premier cru sites that sit in best positions and offers up some of the more full bodied firmer wines, particularly in their youth.$349.00 Regular Price $415.00
Faiveley Beaune Clos de lEcu 2019 1erAromas of plums, rich forest floor, warm spices and smoked meats introduce the 2019 Beaune 1er Cru Clos de l'Écu Monopole, a medium-bodied, bright and elegant wine that's satiny and melting, with lively acids and fine, powdery tannins. This is as fine a rendition of the Clos de l'Écu as I can remember tasting. WILLIAM KELLEY, Wine Advocate2019Pinot noirFrance358$155.00 As low as $139.50
Jean-Marc Burgaud Villages Les Vignes de Lantignie 2019
The vines in this monopole are 55 years old, planted in sandy topsoil over granite at a density of 10,000 per hectare. Whole-berry, semi-carbonic maceration for seven days, then aged in concrete for six months. Burgaud says: "The 12th century Chateau de Thulon, my great aunt’s property, is in one of the best villages due to its hillsides and granite soil. It produces a bright red wine with a fresh and fruity nose. Best drunk within two years of release.
This wine was named in Wine Advocate's top 100 discoveries of 2020.
Offering up pretty aromas of blackberries, peonies and subtle forest floor, the 2019 Beaujolais-Villages Les Vignes de Lantignié is medium to full-bodied, velvety and enveloping, with lively acids, velvety tannins and a long, mouthwatering finish. As usual, this saw a short six- or seven-day maceration with whole clusters, followed by élevage in cement tank. Once again, Burgaud has produced a characterful and viscerally drinkable Beaujolais-Villages that exemplifies all the merits – as well as the incredible value – offered by the appellation at its best. WILLIAM KELLEY, Wine Advocate2019GamayFrance358$37.00 As low as $33.30
Faiveley Echezeaux En Orveaux 2019An overtly floral and exceptionally pretty nose reflects notes of red currant, dark raspberry and plenty of spice elements, especially star anise. There is excellent intensity to the refined and beautifully well-detailed medium weight flavors that flash evident minerality on the moderately austere and compact but lengthy finish. This is at once classy and quite stylish and like many of the wines in the range, a wine that should age effortlessly. (95) BURGHOUND2019Pinot noirFrance358$560.00 As low as $504.00
Domaine de L'Eveche Cote Chalonnaise Clos de l'Eveche 2019A small family run Domaine of just over 12 hectares, purchased by the Joussier family in 1985, with vines initially known to have been cultivated in the middle ages, situated in Saint Denis de Vaux, tucked away in the heart of the Cote Chalonnaise “value” area of Burgundy. An excellent range of wines from regional to Mercury Blanc and Rouge. These wines have regularly received a “Star” from the Guide Hachette.2019Pinot noirFrance358$42.00 As low as $37.80
Jean Marc Bouley Volnay Vieilles Vignes 2016Bright red-ruby. Wild aromas of currant and silex minerality. Dense and fully ripe, with its suave black cherry, dark chocolate and licorice flavors showing good medicinal reserve. This very ripe village wine featured a lot of tiny grapes in 2016, according to Bouley. Has the concentration of material to support its firm tannins, which reach the incisors. Finishes with very good energy and a positive note of leather. This wine was aged in just 10% new oak. STEPHEN TANZER, vinous.com2016Pinot noirFrance358$157.00 As low as $141.30
October Premium 6-pack 2021 - Spring Whites
More product information will be added here soon! In the meantime, if you do have any questions at all about this product or others in our store, you can contact us by phone or email. Our friendly and experienced team are always happy to assist - we love drinking, selling, talking about and being in and around wine!$275.00 Regular Price $346.00
August Mixed Dozen 2021 - Going for Gold
With the eye of the world turned to Tokyo for the Olympic Games we are looking forward to watching old rivalries of sport battle it out in the arena. While the traditional powerhouses tend dominate the top spots, Australia always holds its own performing admirably. And so it is in the world of wine. With Italy, Spain and France vying to reign supreme, Australia has burst on to the scene over the last 25 years with its no-nonsense, easy going wines challenging the market and taking on the powers that be.
So, with that in mind not only is this months dozen a great pack of awesome drinking wine, you get to decide who did it best! That's right. This pack has 6 wines from Australia and 6 from France, Spain and Italy. We have picked classic varietals from each country and matched them with their Australian counterparts.
Australia's wine industry has been built on classic French varietals and we have taken those and made them our own putting our own stamp on them while always striving to push the boundaries of style and quality. We have also eagerly and happily adopted a number of varietals from Spain and Italy and made them our own. The likes of tempranillo and sangiovese have thrived in their adopted home and with a changing climate they have slotted beautifully and easily in to the Aussie wine vernacular. Other varietals like Nero d'Avola are growing in popularity while the likes of gamay see planting increase every year.
So whatever or wherever you like to drink from, this is going to be a little bit of research we think you will be happy to do.
To start we are going to look at Chardonnay and what a treat this will be. It's a head-to-head between Burgundy and Victoria with a brand new wine from Nicola Potel versus one of our favourite chardonnay's by Matt Harrop (Curly Flat). Both are generous and soft with lovely crunch and pure fruits offering incredible value.
Gamay is growing in popularity here in Australis with plenty new plantings gong into the ground. We have two crackers with the Aviron Villages sourced from some of Beaujolais most famous towns versus one of favourite Aussie version from Rising in the Yarra Valley. The rising is pure and fresh while the Avrion offers up a little more savoury cut. These are both made by young-guns in their respective homes so will be a worthy challenge!
Back to the classic varietal blend of grenache, shiraz and mouvedre and two recent releases in the market. The Pierre Amadieu makes fantastic wine from both the Rhones north and south with his Roulepierre offering up some of the easiest drinking you will find around. Dandelion vineyards out of the Barossa seems to do no wrong these days. Their latest release is soft, plush and forward with plenty of spice and juicy kick.
No doubt Tempranillo is here to stay. The Jericho team are producing some of the coolest and most delicious wine out of the Mclaren Vale and Adelaide Hills. They are modern and pure wines, wonderfully made. From Spain we have a real treat with a project headed up by Scott Wasley sourcing fruit from Bodegas la Eralta, based in the south-eastern village of Agoncillo. This is a special wine with Scott at the head. It represents the best of the old and the new from Spain and is delicious to boot!
Another varietal we have adopted happily and made our own. This can run the gambit from easy and light to serious and rich both here in Aus as well as its home in Italy. For this months pack we have to fresh, bright and crunchy versions that are the perfect pizza/pasta wines. Mel Chester at Sutton Grange has nailed this latest version and we are not surprised, the lady is terrific winemaker. The Fontaleoni hits all the right notes too and is airy and bright Chianti from the higher hills of Tuscany.
Nero seems to be a variety that we have latched onto and you can see why. It always offer lovely dark polished fruit, sweet spice and a subtle earthiness that is quintessentially Italian. The Ricca Terra is a great example of the varietal that brings all the fruit to the fore without being overly simple or juby while the Vinuva comes along with a little extra earthy richness and sunkissed fruit from it's warm home in southern Italy.$255.00 Regular Price $325.00
de Vogue Bonnes Mares 2014A completely different aromatic profile is present with its much earthier array of notably fresh red berries and discreet sauvage aromas. There is excellent richness to the muscular and full-bodied flavors that also possess fine mid-palate concentration that coats the mouth and helps to buffer the very firm tannic spine on the seamlessly proportioned finale. This very firmly structured effort is clearly going to require 15 to 20 years to arrive at its peak. BURGHOUND
Bright, dark red with ruby highlights. Brooding aromas of blueberry, blackberry, cassis, licorice, menthol and black pepper, plus a touch of bitter chocolate; compared to the wines of Roumier and Arnoux that I tasted earlier the same day, these wines struck me as more Cabernet-like in their black fruit and licorice character, and yet this is the only set of the three made entirely from destemmed fruit. Powerful, gripping wine with strong acidity framing the classically dry flavors of dark berries, minerals, flowers, bitter chocolate and leather. Finishes saline and long, with a firm tannic spine. Showing the serious side of the vintage. STEPHEN TANZER2014Pinot noirFrance358$1,000.00 As low as $900.00
August Premium 6-Pack 2021 - Olympic Glory SixerFor this months premium 6 pack we have put together an Olympic themed pack of wines from the world of wine. This is a showcase of some of the best wines and most famous styles coming out of Europe, USA, Australia and of course, our host country Japan!
This is a fantastic insight into the lay of the land in the world of wine and of course Sake. With Tokyo hosting we were excited to be including a fantastic sake for your drinking pleasure. Sip this along with some wines from some of the most famous wine producing countries in the world while watching Asutralia battle it out for the gold!$295.00 Regular Price $385.00
October Premium 6-pack 2021 - Spring Reds
More product information will be added here soon! In the meantime, if you do have any questions at all about this product or others in our store, you can contact us by phone or email. Our friendly and experienced team are always happy to assist - we love drinking, selling, talking about and being in and around wine!$250.00 Regular Price $307.00
Jean Marc Bouley Volnay 1er Cru Les Carelles 2016More aromatic than the Caillerets, offering warmer, more demonstrative scents and flavors of redcurrant, tobacco, smoke and subtle spices. A spicy, inviting, fine-grained wine from a sunny spot protected from wind, with the iron element in the soil providing volume. This mellow premier cru boasts a seductive sweetness (and 13.6% natural alcohol). Finishes with nicely integrated, horizontal tannins and lovely length. Bouley refers to this vineyard as his baby (he was actually 14 years old when these vines were planted), noting that the site "has all the elements to make great, unctuous, red-soil wine. STEPHEN TANZER, vinous.com2016Pinot noirFrance358$248.00 As low as $223.20
Antoine Olivier Santenay Coteaux Sous La Roche Blanc 2018South facing with lots of stones and gravels.
A clean, fine and inviting nose. Full of energy, soo good, simply excellent wine, maybe more … BILL NANSON, Burgundy Report2018chardonnayFrance358$80.00 As low as $72.00
Gueguen Chablis Vaucoupin 1er cru 2019Intense aromas of peach, white flowers, yellow plum and seashore introduce this perfumed white. Fresh, linear, detailed and harmonious, leaves a chalky, mineral element on the long aftertaste. WINE SPECTATOR2019chardonnayFrance358$82.00 As low as $73.80
Good Value White Burgundy Six PackThis great value pack represnts a 20% discount from the full bottle prices. From Macon to Chablis the full gamit of the white burgundy specrum is inculded. All great drink now wines and fantastic chance to experiance a range of styles from the great wine region.
The pack coantins one bottle each of:
Adhemar and Francois Boudin Chablis Village 2019 - Chablis
Alain Chavy Bourgogne Blanc 2017 - Puligny Montrachet
Antoine Olivier Santenay Le Bievaux Blanc 2018 - Santenay
Domaine de Bellene Coteaux Bourguignons L'Eclos des Abeille Chardonnay 2018 - Burgundy
Heritiers Comtes Lafon Macon Village 2019 - Macon
Matrot Bourgogne Blanc 2018 - Meursault$275.00 Regular Price $344.00
de Montille Pommard Pezerolles 2016 1er(from the north side of Pommard above Les Grands Epenots on active limestone soil; vinified with one-third whole clusters and aged in one-third new oak): Good dark red. Tight aromas of black cherry, redcurrant and rust (there's a bit of iron in the soil here as well), lifted by a floral quality. Savory and fine-grained, with red berry flavors enlivened by saline minerality. Not a big wine but offers an attractive blend of sweet, savory and acidic elements. This minerally, salty wine finishes with big, mouth-dusting tannins. STEPHEN TANZER
the middle weight flavors possess a similar mouth feel to the Taillepieds with fine delineation and more subtle minerality on the mildly austere finish that flashes a hint of dryness though I doubt that it will last. BURGHOUND
2016Pinot noirFrance358$305.00 As low as $274.50
Roche de Bellene Bellenos Blanc 2018The Bellenos range sit under the newly created Coteaux Bougignons (Hillside Burgundy) appellation. This new appellation was created was created in 2011 to allow producers in the region more freedom to blend wines, among varieties and throughout a larger designated area. It is designed to promote Burgundy that is of real quality but perhaps fits outside the traditional constraints of AOC regulations. It extends from Cote d’or in the north to Beaujolais in the south.
The blanc is a blend of mainly chardonnay sourced from a cluster of southern Burgundy and northern Beaujolais sites. A touch of aligoté is also blended in to provide a little extra zip and vigour to the wine. Fermentation is all done in stainless steel tank with about 8 months in larger old barrels and aging on fine lees to provide a little extra texture and weight. PWS2018chardonnayFrance358$25.00 As low as $22.50
Clos de Tart 2016
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The 2016 Clos de Tart Grand Cru, cropped at 35hl/ha, is the first year farmed biodynamically. This was completely breathtaking in barrel, and now, in bottle, nothing has changed in that respect. It has an ineffably complex bouquet, not as intense as it showed in barrel yet extremely deep and cerebral, black fruit mingling with forest floor, crushed stone and a touch of sea spray. The palate is perfectly balanced with a deceivingly understated entry, before a wave of black and red fruit crashes over the senses. It is framed by supremely fine tannin, the intensity building toward a crescendo as it fans out. The aftertaste is unbelievably long, remaining in the mouth 60 seconds after the wine has departed. The best ever - simple as that. Tasted at Clos de Tart. (99+) NEAL MARTIN, vinous
(an approximation of the final blend): Bright, deep red. Very pure but reserved aromas of raspberry, crushed rock, rose petal, spices, mocha and tobacco, lifted by a calcaire pungency. Compellingly silky and seamless but with terrific energy and subtle intensity to its dense flavors of red berries, dark cherry, spices and powdered stone, complicated by a saline quality. This wonderfully complex, perfumed, penetrating wine is distinctly red in character for a Burgundy with 13.5% alcohol. Finishes suave, complete and classically dry, with outstanding slow-building length and great class. Winemaker Jacques Devauges describes this wine as "at the level of 2015 but for different reasons." STEPHEN TANZER, vinous2016Pinot noirFrance358$1,495.00 As low as $1,345.50
Faiveley Mercurey Clos Rochette Blanc 2019
The 2019 Mercurey Blanc Clos Rochette bursts with aromas of pear, melon, fresh bread, citrus oil and hazelnuts. Medium to full-bodied, layered and fleshy, with fine concentration and chalky structure, it concludes with a long, mouthwatering finish. WILLIAM KELLEY, Wine Advocate2019chardonnayFrance358Special Price $55.00 Regular Price $64.00 As low as $52.00
Friends & Family Drinking Dozen - Spring 2021
Prince Wine Store has been running for nearly 20 years now and in that time we have been importing wines directly from France, Italy, Spain and abroad. We go to great lengths to pick only the best of what we see (which is a lot) and bring it to you.
We have forged strong relationships with the producers we import into Australia and consider them friends and confidants in the world of wine.
Closer to home we have forged similar relationships with many of Australia’s greatest producers as well as many of the countries rising stars and young guns of wines. It’s a pretty exciting time for all of us lucky enough to be involved and we wanted to share that with you.
Every quarter this will be updated as we see great new wines, new vintages and the latest and greatest to hit our shores or slide their way across the table. At 15%-20% off or more, this offers exceptional value and delicious drinking.
Don’t forget to check back often to see what the latest version of the Friends and Family Drinking Dozen has in store for you.
SC Pannell - Stephen Pannell
Wheeler Wines - Dale Wheeler
De Bortoli - Steve Webber
Little Reddie - Pat
Sutton Grange - Mel Chester
Red Claw - Tom Carson
Domaine Pajot - Gascgone
Rizzi - Babaresco
Perillia - Campania
Domaine Font du Courtedune - Southern Rhone
Roche de Bellene Bellenos - Burgundy
Ch. Coupe Roses - Minervois$265.00 Regular Price $368.00
Jean-Marc Pillot Puligny Les Noyers Brets 2017Aromas of yellow peach and light sulfides complicated by an element of mineral reduction. In a fat, sweet style, with more guts and concentration than the village Meursault, not to mention more thrust on the back end. A round, easygoing wine with some mineral reserve. STEPHEN TANZER2017chardonnayFrance358$150.00 As low as $135.00
Jean-Marc Pillot Chassagne Les Vergers 2018 1erA slightly more elegant if similar nose complements the sublimely textured medium-bodied flavors that possess a caressing yet punchy mouthfeel, all wrapped in a lingering, balanced and solidly complex finish. This is a bit more muscular than the Chenevottes, but the two wines are qualitatively similar. "Outstanding" BURGHOUND2018chardonnayFrance358$210.00 As low as $189.00
Gueguen Bourgogne Aligote 20192019France358$40.00 As low as $36.00
Gerard Raphet Charmes Chambertin 2017
This is perhaps the overachiever of the Grand Crus this year. More density than I expect from this domaine, it is well rounded, generously fruited and packed with character, a wine of mass appeal early on that should also develop nicely given time. A sense of mineral energy kicks in on the finish. Bravo. ROSCOE2017Pinot noirFrance358$395.00 As low as $355.50
Faiveley Mercurey Clos des Myglands 2019 375mlAs I wrote earlier this year, Faiveley's 2019 Mercurey 1er Cru Clos des Myglands is a success, delivering aromas of sweet berry fruit, plums, espresso roast and spices. Medium to full-bodied, rich and fleshy, with powdery tannins and lively acids, it's a heartier, more muscular wine than the ethereal Framboisière. WILLIAM KELLEY, eRobertParker.com2019Pinot noirFrance358$45.00 As low as $40.50
Faiveley Mercurey Vieilles Vignes Rouge 2019
The 2019 Mercurey Vieilles Vignes offers up inviting aromas of raspberries, plums, spices and rich soil tones. Medium to full-bodied, melting and succulent, with lively acids and powdery tannins, it's produced from 30 or so hectares of vineyards and sees 13 months in barrels, 10% of which are new. WILLIAM KELLEY, Wine Advocate2017Pinot noirFrance358Special Price $54.00 Regular Price $63.00 As low as $51.00
Clos de Tart 20152015Pinot noirFrance358$1,250.00 As low as $1,125.00
Faiveley Grands Echezeaux 20162016Pinot noirFrance358$530.00 As low as $477.00
Clos de Tart 20172017Pinot noirFrance358$1,825.00 As low as $1,642.50
Benjamin Leroux Chambolle Musigny 2015 375mL2015chardonnayFrance358$115.00 As low as $103.50
Francois Carillon Monthelie Rouge 20192019Pinot noirFrance358$75.00 As low as $67.50
Paul Pillot Chassagne Caillerets 2019 1er2019chardonnayFrance358$355.00 As low as $319.50
Paul Pillot Bourgogne Rouge 20192014Pinot noirFrance358$84.00 As low as $75.60
Faiveley Bourgogne Rouge 2019 375ml2019Pinot noirFrance358$25.00 As low as $22.50
Bruno Clair Gevrey Chambertin 20182018Pinot noirFrance358$255.00 As low as $229.50
Bruno Clair Bonnes Mares 20182018Pinot noirFrance358$1,295.00 As low as $1,165.50
Jacques Prieur Musigny 20122012Pinot noirFrance358Special Price $1,950.00 Regular Price $2,295.00
Faiveley Charmes Chambertin 20132013Pinot noirFrance358$395.00 As low as $355.50
Fabien Coche Bourgogne Aligote VV 20192019WhiteFrance358$55.00 As low as $49.50
Henri Germain Bourgogne Blanc 20182018chardonnayFrance358$97.00 As low as $87.30
Domaine Trapet Riquewihr Gewurtztraminer 20192019GewurztraminerFrance358$51.00 As low as $45.90
Michel Niellon Chassagne Montrachet Blanc 20182018chardonnayFrance358$170.00 As low as $153.00