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  1. Domaine Etienne Sauzet Puligny-Montrachet

    A ‘luminous‘ and pure Puligny-Montrachet with very fresh and clean aromas of butter and stone fruits. This is very fresh on the palate with a crisp acidity but gently balanced by a slightly ‘creamy‘ texture.

    750ml bottle


  2. Gevrey Chambertin "Les Seuvrees"

    The 2014 Gevrey-Chambertin Les Seuvrées sees 25% new oak and includes the same percentage of whole bunch fruit. It felt a little smudged on the nose, perhaps just a little high-toned for me. The palate is more controlled, nicely balanced with crisp blackberry and raspberry fruit. The whole bunch fruit works well here, lending freshness and tension towards the edgy finish. It actually improves the more that you remain in its company and will probably land towards the top of my banded score once in bottle.

    750ml bottle


  3. Domaine J. Confuron Cotetidot - Grands-Echezeaux Grand Cru

    Ripe, generous, cherry and raspberry nose. Lush, juicy, and concentrated, yet quite earthy and grippy; robust, compact and powerful, clearly built to last. Long chewy finish.

    750ml bottle


  4. Domaine J. Confuron Cotetidot - Clos de Vougeot Grand Cru

    Super-ripe raspberry nose, opulent but not jammy. Juicy and concentrated but the tannins are dense and imposing; quite a

    750ml bottle


  5. Domaine Georges Roumier, Chambolle Musigny

    The Chambolle Muigny 2012 village from Roumier is still youthful – but also unexpectedly open and ready to please. The bouquet fresh and playful red berry fruit with some darker notes of blue berries and cassis. On the palate juicy red berry fruit – quite vibrant, rich and airy – with a slight candied note. It’s quite accessible and red fruited for the age – has lovely balance and length for this level. Really adore the nerve and juicyness in this wine …. a fine, complex and beautiful 2012 from Roumier. Classic Chambolle!

    750ml bottle


  6. Domaine de la Romanee Conti - Grand Echezeaux

    It is "Grands" before being Echézeaux. It is a contry gentleman, aristocrat and dreamer, who idles willingly with the unhurried step of his horse in a forest filled with the scents of sundry mushrooms, of mosses, of dead decaying leaves, of furtive small game, which spill forth in a multitude of shifting alliances. All of that is expressed delicately, in a refined, musical tongue, concise and pure like the message of a Mozart quartet.

    1.5L magnum


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