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91-93 points Allen Meadows - Burghound: "A pretty and relatively airy nose offers up notes of spicy anise-suffused tea, plum, dark cherry and a hint of raspberry. Like a number of wines in the range, the texture of the larger-scaled flavors is beguiling before culminating in a muscular and powerful if slightly raspy but not drying finish. This too is going to need extended cellaring as it's presently quite tightly wound." (04/2020) K&L Notes: 93-96 points Jasper Morris for Inside Burgundy: "Lovely clear even purple colour. There is a sensual class to t...
Price: $139.99

94 points Decanter: "A bold and spicy nose full of black pepper, black cherries and clove which combine to give a soft savoury and fruity expression. Such vivacity and life force on the palate, the wine just jumps out of the glass, mouthfilling but with a lightness of touch and soft chalky tannins. Touch of oak gives structure and elegance to the bright cherry and raspberry fruit. From a 1.4 hectare clay-limestone plot, 50% parcel was planted in 1979, the other half in 1987. The wine is aged on the lees for 16-18 months, of which 12 months are spent in o...
Price: $139.99

91 points Allen Meadows - Burghound: "Still excellent color. Here the nose has gone full-on secondary with darker fruit notes that include plum and currant spiked with leather, warm earth, humus and smoked meat. There is both good energy and detail to the broad-shouldered flavors that possess a relatively supple mid-palate that contrasts with the firm '95 style tannins that emerge on the robust and rustic but not tough finish. This is at once very Corton and very '95 that offers fine depth and persistence. With that said, there is no reason to delay drin...
Price: $259.99


Bid on this bottle of 2002 Lucien Le Moine Corton Bressandes Grand Cru. According to Pierre Rovani writing for the Wine Advocate: "Mounir Saouma is in love with the 2002 vintage, and after tasting through his wines it is easy to see why. This bright, hard-working extroverted man has created, in a few short years, one of Burgundy's finest independent négociant firms. A small 'garage' operation, it produced a total of 62 barrels of wine in 2002, across 31 appellations, in both red and white." (06/04) Folks, this is only an average of two barrels of each wine, or about 50 cases!
Starting Bid: $125.00

Bid on this bottle of 2002 Maison Bertrand Ambroise Corton Le Rognet Grand Cru ((94-96RP), (90-93JS), 92ST). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "“The finest I’ve ever produced, ” was how Bertrand Ambroise described his magnificent 2002 Corton Le Rognet. Cassis, blackberries, and toast are found in its sweet aromas. Hugely powerful and robust, this medium to full-bodied wine has awesome power, density, depth, and concentration. Mouth-staining, it conquers the palate with spicy black currants, blackberries, tar, and licorice. This highly structured, ripe tannin-packed wine should easily stand the test of time. Anticipated maturity: 2009-2022. (PR)" (06/2004)
Starting Bid: $100.00

Bid on this bottle of 1988 Domaine Bouchard Père & Fils Corton "Château de Beaune". According to Jasper Morris: "The Burgundian wine domaine of Bouchard Pére et Fils can trace its origins back to 1731 though it is no longer family owned. In 1995 the Champagne house, Joseph Henriot, acquired the company and quality has risen as a consequence. Today Bouchard is led by Stéphane Follin Arbelet while the wines are made by Philippe Prost who has been with the company since 1978. An impressive gravity-flow winery on the Route de Savigny, the Cuvérie St Vincent, was completed in 2005 and has enabled the family to process all wines with optimum efficiency. Bouchard’s total holdings comprise 130 hectares, including 12ha of grand crus and 74ha of premier crus, which makes them the largest vineyard owners in the Côte d’Or (Côte de Nuits and Côte de Beaune)"
Starting Bid: $72.00

Bid on this bottle of 2010 Domaine Faiveley Corton-Clos des Cortons Faiveley Grand Cru (96WS, 95BH, 94VN, 94WE). Wine Spectator: "Pure floral, cherry and spice aromas and flavors highlight this aromatic, lush and silky red. Finishes on the taut side, but with intensity and a vibrant structure. Shows fine length, with soft tannins and a savory mineral aftertaste. *Collectibles* (BS)" (02/2013)
Starting Bid: $170.00

Bid on this bottle of 1999 Maison Bertrand Ambroise Corton-Rognet Grand Cru ((94-97RP), 92ST, 91BH). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The intense, black-colored 1999 Corton Le Rognet reveals black fruit, fresh herb, and Asian spice aromas. Ambroise generally produces 32 hectoliters per hectare from his 0.7 hectares of vines in this grand cru. In 1999, however, he harvested 40 hectoliters per hectare at 14.5% natural potential alcohol. This is a monster of a wine, crammed with blackberries, road tar, cherries, kirsch, and a myriad of spices. Its loads of exquisitely ripened tannins are soaked in sweet, candied fruits. This powerful, chewy offering coats the taster's palate and lasts for almost a minute. It is, at present, unformed, yet will become civilized with cellaring. (PR)" (06/2001)
Starting Bid: $126.12

Bid on this bottle of 2003 Francois Gay & Fils Corton-Renardes Grand Cru (91BH). Allen Meadows - Burghound: "A clear and unmistakable step up in size, weight, complexity and power with the most aromatic complexity here that leads to fresh, earthy, spicy and slightly sauvage full-bodied flavors that are of obvious class and while this is not a refined wine, it is the most refined wine in the range." (04/2006)
Starting Bid: $52.00

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