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The original Charles Noëllat estate was absorbed by Domaine Leroy in 1988, yet the name lives on as a negociant label sourcing grapes from some of the finest vineyards in Burgundy. Jasper Morris, MW writes: "The Noëllat tribe are abundant in this part of the Côte de Nuits. Two brothers, Charles and Ernest, flourished in the early part of the 20th century. Charles had a son, André, who died in 1941, and whose daughter Odile married Alain Hudelot, to form Domaine Hudelot-Noëllat in Vougeot. Domaine Charles Noëllat no longer exists since its purchase by Lal...
Price: $59.99

Jasper Morris, MW writes: "The Noëllat tribe are abundant in this part of the Côte de Nuits. Two brothers, Charles and Ernest, flourished in the early part of the 20th century. Charles had a son, André, who died in 1941, and whose daughter Odile married Alain Hudelot, to form Domaine Hudelot-Noëllat in Vougeot. Domaine Charles Noëllat no longer exists since its purchase by Lalou Bize-Leroy in 1988."
Price: $49.99

2018 Domaine Jaffelin Fixin 1er Cru "Hervelets"
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96 points Decanter: "*Decanter Gold Medal 2020 Decanter World Wine Awards* Striking blackberry fruit and floral notes melded with a beautiful mineral complexity; with a vivacious acid backbone and sublimely melting tannins, this wine has great ageing potential." (09/2020) K&L Notes: Founded in 1816, Jaffelin is a négociant that produces wines mostly from Burgundy's village-level vineyards and mostly from the region's lesser known appellations. This Fixin shows the kind of quality and value that can be had in these AOCs if one knows where to look and wh...
Price: $49.99

2018 Philippe Leclerc Bourgogne Rouge "Les Bons Bâtons"
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Philippe grew up in the vineyards and learned to tend vines from his father. He produced his first vintage in 1979 and has since garnered a loyal following. His family has owned land in Gevrey-Chambertin for over a hundred years and still makes wine according to the Burgundian traditions. The wine undergoes a cool maceration for about 15 days, followed by 15 days of fermentation. The cap is trodden by foot 3 times per day and aged in 30-50% new French oak barrels. The finished wine is unfined and unfiltered. The fruit for this wine come from Les Bons Bât...
Price: $32.99
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The original Charles Noellat estate was absorbed by Domaine Leroy in 1988, yet the name lives on as a négociant label sourcing grapes from some of the finest vineyards in Burgundy. Jasper Morris, MW writes: "The Noëllat tribe are abundant in this part of the Côte de Nuits. Two brothers, Charles and Ernest, flourished in the early part of the 20th century. Charles had a son, André, who died in 1941, and whose daughter Odile married Alain Hudelot, to form Domaine Hudelot-Noëllat in Vougeot."
Price: $39.99

The original Charles Noellat estate was absorbed by Domaine Leroy in 1988, yet the name lives on as a négociant label sourcing grapes from some of the finest vineyards in Burgundy. Jasper Morris, MW writes: "The Noëllat tribe are abundant in this part of the Côte de Nuits. Two brothers, Charles and Ernest, flourished in the early part of the 20th century. Charles had a son, André, who died in 1941, and whose daughter Odile married Alain Hudelot, to form Domaine Hudelot-Noëllat in Vougeot."
Price: $49.99

The original Charles Noellat estate was absorbed by Domaine Leroy in 1988, yet the name lives on as a negociant label sourcing grapes from some of the finest vineyards in Burgundy. Jasper Morris, MW writes: "The Noëllat tribe are abundant in this part of the Côte de Nuits. Two brothers, Charles and Ernest, flourished in the early part of the 20th century. Charles had a son, André, who died in 1941, and whose daughter Odile married Alain Hudelot, to form Domaine Hudelot-Noëllat in Vougeot. Domaine Charles Noëllat no longer exists since its purchase by Lal...
Price: $29.99


2016 Domaine Vincent & Sophie Morey Santenay 1er Cru "Passetemps" (Elsewhere $45) (Elsewhere $45)
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90-92 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2016 Santenay 1er Cru Passetemps Rouge offers attractive brambly red berry fruit on the nose, quite natural and more refined than the Les Hâtes. The palate is medium-bodied with supple tannin, a fine line of acidity, plenty of juice cranberry and blackcurrant notes that belie the structure underneath. This is an excellent Santenay that deserves a couple of years in bottle for the tannins to soften. (NM)" (12/2017) Allen Meadows - Burghound: "A very pretty nose is composed by notes of spicy red and dark c...
Price: $29.99

The original Charles Noellat estate was absorbed by Domaine Leroy in 1988, yet the name lives on as a negociant label sourcing grapes from some of the finest vineyards in Burgundy. Jasper Morris, MW writes: "The Noëllat tribe are abundant in this part of the Côte de Nuits. Two brothers, Charles and Ernest, flourished in the early part of the 20th century. Charles had a son, André, who died in 1941, and whose daughter Odile married Alain Hudelot, to form Domaine Hudelot-Noëllat in Vougeot. Domaine Charles Noëllat no longer exists since its purchase by Lal...
Price: $29.99

Château de la Charrière is one of our most popular direct import producers and a label that easily represents the best bang for your buck we carry in Burgundy. Formerly run by Yves Girardin, the business is now run by his young son Benoit, who definitely has modernized the winemaking a bit since his first vintage in 2011. Whereas the wines were a bit funky and rustic previously, the past few vintages are much cleaner, showcasing the pureness of the Pinot Noir by de-stemming completely so as to remove excess tannic structure.
Price: $29.99

The original Charles Noellat estate was absorbed by Domaine Leroy in 1988, yet the name lives on as a negociant label sourcing grapes from some of the finest vineyards in Burgundy. Jasper Morris, MW writes: "The Noëllat tribe are abundant in this part of the Côte de Nuits. Two brothers, Charles and Ernest, flourished in the early part of the 20th century. Charles had a son, André, who died in 1941, and whose daughter Odile married Alain Hudelot, to form Domaine Hudelot-Noëllat in Vougeot. Domaine Charles Noëllat no longer exists since its purchase by Lal...
Price: $49.99

The wines of this family domaine have been a staple here at K&L since the 1994 vintage when Franck and Betty Millet drove a long way (to Beaune!) on Easter Sunday to meet Clyde and crew to present their wines. We love these wines for their freshness, charm and affordability. The low-alcohol Millet Sancerre Rouge is 100% Pinot Noir, partially barrel aged, and absolutely delicious. Aromas of cherries and purple flowers give way to a vibrant, crunchy red-fruited palate with just a enough tannins to balance out the juicy fruit.
Price: $19.99

Jancis Robinson: "All in order, firm but rounded tannins. Finishes slightly dry and chewy at the moment but will come round. (AC)" (01/2020) K&L Notes: Formed in 1957 by a small group of growers in the village of Orches in the Hautes-Côtes de Beaune region, Nuiton-Beaunoy has grown to now represent more than 80 growers and operates a co-op winery Cave des Hautes-Côtes. Winery notes: "Purple colour with hints of ruby. With a hint of spice, the nose reveals the scent of raspberry and blackcurrant, with a definite hint of minerality. The perfect expressio...
Price: $16.99

The original Charles Noëllat estate was absorbed by Domaine Leroy in 1988, yet the name lives on as a négociant label sourcing grapes from some of the finest vineyards in Burgundy. Jasper Morris, MW writes: "The Noëllat tribe are abundant in this part of the Côte de Nuits. Two brothers, Charles and Ernest, flourished in the early part of the 20th century. Charles had a son, André, who died in 1941, and whose daughter Odile married Alain Hudelot, to form Domaine Hudelot-Noëllat in Vougeot."
Price: $39.99

From K&L On The Trail blog: "Jean-Michel Giboulot took over the family business in 1982 and has put together one of the best bang-for-your-buck portfolios in all of Burgundy over the last three-plus decades. His wines from Burgundy's Savigny-lès-Beaune appellation are known as great values, and both the reds and whites are equally strong. Giboulot's wines straddle the line between traditional and modern, with reds that have crunchier fruit and fine tannins, but plenty of ripeness and purity.
Price: $49.99

The original Charles Noëllat estate was absorbed by Domaine Leroy in 1988, yet the name lives on as a negociant label sourcing grapes from some of the finest vineyards in Burgundy. Jasper Morris, MW writes: "The Noëllat tribe are abundant in this part of the Côte de Nuits. Two brothers, Charles and Ernest, flourished in the early part of the 20th century. Charles had a son, André, who died in 1941, and whose daughter Odile married Alain Hudelot, to form Domaine Hudelot-Noëllat in Vougeot. Domaine Charles Noëllat no longer exists since its purchase by Lal...
Price: $39.99

98 points John Gilman: "The 2017 Chambertin from Domaine Rousseau is a magical wine. Recall that this was far more heavily-frosted in 2016 than was the case with the Clos de Bèze, so the pent up energy in the vines was channeled into great depth and concentration in the 2017, due to the Rousseau family reining in the yields earlier in the season. The perfumed nose soars from the glass in a complex blaze of plums, cherries, raspberries, grilled meats, cocoa powder, a glorious base of soil, woodsmoke and a suave foundation of nutty new oak. On the palate t...

93 points Wine Spectator: "A rich version, this savory red evokes cherry, blackberry, beet, black currant, smoke and tobacco notes. Dense yet supple in texture, with a firm underlying structure and a compact finish. The long aftertaste suggests tar and iron accents. Best from 2018 through 2029." (10/2015) 90-92 points Allen Meadows - Burghound: "A ripe yet very fresh deeply pitched nose speaks of game, underbrush and wild dark berry aromas that are liberally laced with plenty of Gevrey style earth. There is some wood present on the intense, detailed an...
Price: $79.99

2019 Domaine Bart Marsannay Rouge "Champs Salomon"
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90-92 points Allen Meadows - Burghound: "Perfumed and very pretty aromas speak of elegant dark Pinot fruit that is cut with interesting hints of spiced tea, blood orange and whiff of humus character. There is both good volume and intensity to the tautly muscular, dusty and impressively complex finale that exhibits sneaky good length. This is also relatively tightly wound as the compact tannins will need time to resolve. *Outstanding*" (01/2021) K&L Notes: 89-92 points Jasper Morris for Inside Burgundy: "20% whole bunch vinification and 25% new wood on ...
Price: $39.99

From K&L On The Trail blog: "Jean-Michel Giboulot took over the family business in 1982 and has put together one of the best bang-for-your-buck portfolios in all of Burgundy over the last three-plus decades. His wines from Burgundy's Savigny-lès-Beaune appellation are known as great values, and both the reds and whites are equally strong. Giboulot's wines straddle the line between traditional and modern, with reds that have crunchier fruit and fine tannins, but plenty of ripeness and purity. The whites are done in a feminine style with rounder fruit and ...
Price: $23.99


A blend of premier cru sites from the top-tier village of Vosne-Romanée, this wine hails from one of Burgundy's most underrated recent vintages. The 2008s are drinking beautifully right now, and at 12 years old, this gem is in its prime drinking window.
Price: $59.99

2018 Domaine Faiveley Gevrey-Chambertin Vieilles Vignes
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93 points Decanter: "If you want to taste a textbook Gevrey-Chambertin, this is a very representative blend combining fruit from over 30 different parcels across the appellation. With an average vine age of 45 years, it's a sweet, glossy Pinot Noir with perfumed 30% new wood, caressing tannins and layers of red berry and bramble fruit sweetness. A very harmonious cuvée. (TA)" (10/2019) 93 points James Suckling: "Subtle aromas of sweet strawberries and hints of citrus. Violets, too. Full-bodied and very fruity, but the tannins create a creamy texture an...
Price: $49.99

Château de la Charrière is one of our most popular direct import producers and a label that easily represents the best bang for your buck we carry in Burgundy. Formerly run by Yves Girardin, the business is now run by his young son Benoit, who definitely has modernized the winemaking a bit since his first vintage in 2011. Whereas the wines were a bit funky and rustic previously, the past few vintages are much cleaner, showcasing the pureness of the Pinot Noir by de-stemming completely so as to remove excess tannic structure.
Price: $18.99

Jasper Morris, MW writes: "The Noëllat tribe are abundant in this part of the Côte de Nuits. Two brothers, Charles and Ernest, flourished in the early part of the 20th century. Charles had a son, André, who died in 1941, and whose daughter Odile married Alain Hudelot, to form Domaine Hudelot-Noëllat in Vougeot. Domaine Charles Noëllat no longer exists since its purchase by Lalou Bize-Leroy in 1988."
Price: $39.99

Jean-Michel Giboulot took over the family business in 1982 and has put together one of the best bang-for-your-buck portfolios in all of Burgundy over the last three-plus decades. His wines from Burgundy's Savigny-lès-Beaune appellation are known as great values, and both the reds and whites are equally strong. Giboulot's wines straddle the line between traditional and modern, with reds that have crunchier fruit and fine tannins, but plenty of ripeness and purity. Aux Grands Liards is a vineyard nestled right in the heart of the Savigny-lès-Beaune appella...
Price: $34.99

92 points John Gilman: "The 2018 Chaignots from Grégory Gouges is also a very fine bottle in the making, with a similarly powerful style to the same cru at Domaine Chevillon. The wine is 14.2 percent this year and delivers a deep and sappy nose of cassis, dark berries, pigeon, a complex baser of soil tones, woodsmoke, a touch of balsam bough and a very gentle foundation of new wood. On the palate the wine is deep, full-bodied and rock solid at the core, with chewy, buried tannins, fine focus and grip and lovely balance on the long and nascently complex f...
Price: $89.99

94 points Decanter: "It's tricky to choose between Hugues Pavelot's Savigny Premiers Crus, such is their consistent quality in 2018, but this very low-yielding 1.5-ha site is truly outstanding. Sourced from very poor, limestone-based soils, it's chiselled, refreshing and sappy, with well-judged 20% whole bunches, fine, floral fruit flavours and just a hint of oak spice. (TA)" (10/2019) 93 points John Gilman: "Hugues Pavelot’s 2018 version of aux Guettes is also a stellar bottle in the making, with a far more black fruity personality than the lovely les...

2018 Domaine Christophe Buisson Bourgogne Rouge
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According to the importer, "Christophe Buisson is a young, passionate vigneron with all the skills for success. From his home base in Saint-Romain, the little known and thus underappreciated (and undervalued) appellation in the hills behind Meursault, Christophe has been honing his craft for the last decade. Christophe owns land in some of the best sites in Saint-Romain, Sous le Château and La Perrière, sites that would likely be premier cru in a village such as Chassagne-Montrachet."
Price: $19.99

2019 Aurore Dezat Sancerre Rouge
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Typically when you think Sancerre, you think crisp and chalky white wine. But the region also produces phenomenal Pinot Noir. One of the aspects of Sancerre that makes for great Sauvignon Blanc is the limestone and flint soils, which lend depth of minerality and gorgeous aromatics. These same soil characteristics also make for incredible Pinot Noir with plenty of depth and personality. One of our best new-direct import producers in Sancerre, Aurore Dezat, makes just such a wine. If you love silky, round Pinot Noir with gorgeous dark cherry notes and laye...
Price: $19.99

2018 Château de la Charrière Beaune 1er Cru "Clos des Vignes Franches"
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In 2003, Yves Girardin, a 10th generation grower in Santenay (and brother of Vincent Girardin) acquired this property and built a new winemaking facility. More recently, after completing technical training, Yves’s son Benoit has joined him, bringing to 11 the consecutive generations of the family to grow wine in Santenay. Working in their new cellars, they have really improved quality a tremendous amount in the last few years, and we are excited to import their wines direct.
Price: $37.99

Château de la Charrière is one of our most popular direct import producers and a label that easily represents the best bang for your buck we carry in Burgundy. Formerly run by Yves Girardin, the business is now run by his young son Benoit, who definitely has modernized the winemaking a bit since his first vintage in 2011. Whereas the wines were a bit funky and rustic previously, the past few vintages are much cleaner; showcasing the pureness of the Pinot Noir by de-stemming completely so as to remove tannic structure.
Price: $32.99

91-94 points Allen Meadows - Burghound: "A markedly spicy nose consists of dark currant, violet and earth nuances where a note of tea can be discerned. There is a lovely inner mouth perfume to the refined, velvety and caressing yet quite serious and tautly muscular flavors that also flash plenty of minerality on the powerful finish that exhibits excellent length. *Sweet Spot Outstanding*" (04/2020) 94 points Decanter: "The richest and inkiest of Hugues Pavelot's highly impressive array of Savigny Premiers Crus in 2018, this is also the firmest and most...

2019 Nuiton-Beaunoy Hautes Côtes de Beaune Rouge "Grande Cuvée"
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Formed in 1957 by a small group of growers in the village of Orches in the Hautes-Côtes de Beaune region, Nuiton-Beaunoy has grown to now represent more than 80 growers and operates a co-op winery Cave des Hautes-Côtes.
Price: $16.99

The Burgundian wines of 2004 have generally proved to be balanced, well structured and worth the wait particularly those of the region's top appellations like Vosne-Romanée.
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91 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2018 Bourgogne Hautes-Côtes de Nuits Le Prieuré is fleshier and richer than its 2017 counterpart, offering up aromas of cherries and raspberries complemented by hints of peonies and cinnamon. Medium to full-bodied, layered and textural, its ample core of fruit is underpinned by lively acids and fine, powdery tannins. At the heart of the Verdet family domaine is the south-facing 4.3-hectare Le Prieuré, located in the Hautes-Côtes near the village of Arcenant. Aurélien's father received organic certification f...
Price: $27.99

90-92 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "A beautiful bouquet of peonies, wild berries, spices and forest floor prefaces the 2018 Chassagne-Montrachet La Goujonne, a medium to full-bodied, layered and complete wine that's deep and elegantly muscular, framed by lively acids and powdery tannins. The best renditions of red Chassagne number among the finest values to be found in the contemporary Côte d'Or, and this cuvée definitely numbers among them. (WK)" (02/2020) 89-91 points Allen Meadows - Burghound: "A pungently earthy and slightly fresher nose o...
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2018 Château de la Maltroye Santenay Rouge 1er Cru "La Comme"
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89-91 points Allen Meadows - Burghound: "A ripe and attractively perfumed nose offers up notes of black cherry, spice and a discreet suggestion of wood. The sleek, delicious and notably finer middle weight flavors exude a lovely minerality that adds a sense of lift to the youthfully austere finale. As it usually is, this is really quite pretty." (04/2020)
Price: $49.99

Château de la Charrière is one of our most popular direct import producers and a label that easily represents the best bang for your buck we carry in Burgundy. Formerly run by Yves Girardin, the business is now run by his young son Benoit, who definitely has modernized the winemaking a bit since his first vintage in 2011. Whereas the wines were a bit funky and rustic previously, the past few vintages are much cleaner, showcasing the pureness of the Pinot Noir by de-stemming completely so as to remove excess tannic structure.
Price: $39.99

Jean-Michel Giboulot took over the family business in 1982 and has put together one of the best bang-for-your-buck portfolios in all of Burgundy over the last three-plus decades. His wines from Burgundy's Savigny-lès-Beaune appellation are known as great values, and both the reds and whites are equally strong. Giboulot's wines straddle the line between traditional and modern, with reds that have crunchier fruit and fine tannins, but plenty of ripeness and purity.
Price: $19.99

2018 Domaine Drouhin-Laroze Morey-St-Denis "Tres Girard"
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90-92 points Vinous: "The 2018 Morey-Saint-Denis Très Girard is matured with 100% whole bunch and 40% new oak. The clean, precise bouquet unfolds nicely in the glass, the stem addition discreet and allowing the terroir to speak. The palate is medium-bodied with quite strict tannins and a fine bead of acidity. Full of tension, with a finish that you might swear comes from Dujac! Excellent. (NM)" (01/2020) K&L Notes: Jasper Morris Inside Burgundy: "100% whole bunch and 40% new wood. Very deep black purple, with the nose lacking a touch of freshness in th...
Price: $59.99

2018 Domaine Drouhin-Laroze Gevrey-Chambertin "En Champs"
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93 points Decanter: "The Drouhins' En Champs is an old-vine parcel just opposite the cemetery. Fermented without stems as it would make the wine 'too vegetal', according to Caroline Drouhin, this is a plush, textured village Gevrey-Chambertin that will drink very well young but age decently too. Juicy, lipsmacking stuff with 40% new wood adding some appealing vanilla spice. Drinking Window 2021 - 2026. (TA)" (10/2019) 90-92 points Vinous: "The 2018 Gevrey-Chambertin En Champs has a well-defined, detailed bouquet of great precision (what a bon idée to s...
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2018 Domaine Albert Morot Beaune 1er Cru "Les Bressandes"
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93 points Wine Spectator: "The essence of violet, black cherry and blackberry flavors is the hallmark of this red, whose silky texture, discreet tannins and energy make it enduring and enticing. This is harmonious enough to enjoy now and over the next decade or so. Drink now through 2033. " (04/2021) 92 points Wine Enthusiast: "Black-cherry richness on the nose of this wine has a hint of tar and chocolate. A fresher picture is presented on the palate where ripe, slightly grippy tannins express generosity in their black-cherry juiciness but also gravita...
Price: $44.99


91-93 points Allen Meadows - Burghound: "Moderate wood sets off the more deeply pitched aromas of dark currant, plum liqueur, violet and soft earth nuances. There is a lovely sense of underlying tension to the caressing yet quite serious and intense flavors that display an almost pungent minerality on the notably firm, vibrant and well-balanced finale. Excellent juice and very promising. *Sweet Spot, Outstanding*" (04/2020) 93 points John Gilman: "The 2018 Gravains from Domaine Pavelot was really singing at the time of my visit and this wine is destine...
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Camus is an underrated domaine with good grand cru holdings in Gevrey-Chambertin. It's existed, more or less, since 1732, but mostly after the phylloxera epidemic, when Joseph Camus purchased abandoned vineyards. The wines are not filtered, so you'll often find sediment, but this ensures that every iota of flavor from the grape makes it into the final wine. "The prices at this domaine are down-right reasonable," according to the Burgundy Report. "Tasted at the domaine as a ‘family,’ each wine is interesting and follows the hierarchy – there’s a clear di...
Price: $99.99

2019 Domaine Bart Fixin 1er Cru "Les Hervelets"
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90-92 points Allen Meadows - Burghound: "A fresh, cool and highly expressive nose offers up notes of dark currant and newly turned earth along with a vaguely sauvage/forest floor element. There is a lovely sense of energy to the moderately refined medium weight flavors that exude evident minerality on the sneaky long, firm and softly austere finale. This is lovely and very Hervelets in style. *Outstanding Top Value*" (01/2021) K&L Notes: 90-93 points Jasper Morris for Inside Burgundy: "20% whole bunch vinification and 25% new wood have been employed fo...
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91-93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 1996 Beaune Teurons is a blockbuster. It is dark ruby-colored and offers a super-ripe, intense, and complex nose of black cherries, earth, leather, violets, and perfume. Prodigious quantities of sweet, ripe, juicy, and powerful black cherries captivate the palate in this thick (where's my knife and fork?), profound, and chewy wine. As the French would say "quelle mache!" Its fabulously long finish reveals loads of soft and round tannins drowned in copious quantities of fruit. Bravo! (PR)" (04/1998) 91 po...
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Maison Jacques Bavard is a tiny négociant producer in Puligny-Montrachet. He comes from a long line of winegrowers and is dedicated to working with organic and biodynamic growers. We found him a few years ago on a tip and discovered the balance and freshness of his wines to be most impressive. Thanks to importing his wines directly, we have them available at a very modest price. It's been 20+ years since Christine and Jacques Bavard quit the restaurant business in Paris. They've since returned to Burgundy to devote their lives and time to making beautifu...
Price: $29.99

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