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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

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

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

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 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

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...
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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.
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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."
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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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93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2010 Pinot Noir Mount Carmel is gorgeous. A burst of dark red fruit makes a positive first impression, but everything about the 2010 speaks of balance. The use of whole clusters is not as evident here as elsewhere. Layers of flavors continue to flesh out on the broad-shouldered frame. The Mt. Carmel is a wine of exceptional balance and pure pedigree. It is easily one of the highlights among the new releases. Steve Clifton describes the 2010 harvest as 2-3 weeks later than normal. The Pinots were brought in du...
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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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90-93 points Allen Meadows - Burghound: "If not the most elegant nose in the range then it's the most complex with broad-ranging aromas of spice, earth, smoke and both red and blue pinot fruit liqueur. There is a lovely sense of underlying tension to the very fresh and beautifully well-delineated flavors that are at once serious yet generous, all wrapped in a balanced, mouth coating and impressively persistent finish. This is the class of the Morot 2011s. *Sweet Spot, Outstanding!*" (04/2013) 89-91 points Vinous: "Bright, deep red. Spicy red fruit arom...
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Allen Meadows - Burghound: "Wonderfully seductive aromas of black kirsch, cherries and pinot baby fat followed by sappy, structured, rich, round and very long flavors and a finish that features a strong sense of minerality and a trace of drying tannins. This is very long and quite sexy, especially compared to a typical Savigny. *Outstanding*" (04/2002)
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1999 Vincent Girardin Clos de la Roche Grand Cru Vieilles Vignes (nicked label)
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90-93 points Allen Meadows - Burghound: "Brilliant ruby red and classic Clos de la Roche character with its mix of black and red fruit, rich powerful flavors, sleekly muscular tannins, intense goût de terroir and terrific length. I was especially impressed with the persistence. Grand cru in every respect." (04/2001) 93 points Wine Spectator: "Decadent and fleshy Pinot, slightly earthy, with plenty of chocolate, truffle and black and red berry character. Complex, so round and seductive, this full-bodied wine vows you with its charm and terroir personali...
Price: $194.99


1999 Calera "Jensen Vineyard" Mt. Harlan Pinot Noir
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95 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "A spectacular young Pinot Noir (one of the greatest New World Pinots I have tasted), the 1999 Jensen Vineyard boasts a deep ruby/purple color as well as a phenomenal bouquet of black raspberry, cherry, currant, white flower, and forest floor scents. Dense and full-bodied, it is explosive on the palate yet neither heavy nor overdone. An extraordinary expression of Pinot Noir, this penetrating, staggeringly concentrated, yet elegant and gracious 1999 should drink well for 12-15 years. Wow! (RP)" (04/2003)
Price: $139.99

90-93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The outstanding and dark ruby-colored Volnay Clos Des Chenes offers a wonderfully intriguing nose of mocha-covered black raspberries as well as a deep, intense, full-bodied, concentrated, and extracted core of dark cherries, plums, blueberries, and traces of earth. This wine is neither opulent nor seductive, rather it is serious, structured, powerful, and extremely well-proportioned. (PR)" (04/1998) Allen Meadows - Burghound: "Elegant and very pure red fruit that are still entirely primary introduces round, ...
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91-93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "An outstanding wine. A pronounced raspberry, damp earthy nose that is quite brusque and masculine. Is that a touch of toffee there after a time in the glass? The palate has superb weight, very good concentration with a supple mouthfeel. Black cherries, redcurrants and raspberry. Very persistent on the finish. Chapelle is usually a little lighter of the Chambertin Grand Crus: but this is excellent. (NM)" (02/2006) 93 points Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar: "Bright, deep red. Dark cherry, dried ros...

Allen Meadows - Burghound: "The nose offers up rich, very dense fruit but the sweet flavors are remarkably supple with prominent tannins on the long finish. Solidly constructed with very good persistence." (04/2001)
Price: $199.99

89-90 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "From a single grower, but representing for its cru the considerable sum of 9 barrels, Maison Potel’s 2008 Mazoyeres Chambertin smells penetratingly of kirsch, cherry jam, eucalyptus, and incense. Sweetly-fruited, sappy, and expansive on the palate, its underlying tannins come to the fore in a slightly rustic manner in the finish, which however is still impressively gripping, energetic, and intensely fruited as well as pungently herbal. This ought to merit at least a decade of cellaring, though I would want to ...
Price: $119.99

88-90 points Vinous: "Medium red. Purer, cooler aromas of redcurrant, black cherry and leather. Juicy, pure and intensely flavored; dense with extract. The substantial but fine tannins really spread out over the palate. Long on the finish. Excellent potential. (ST)" (03/2020) Allen Meadows - Burghound: "Much earthier than the foregoing wines with ripe, intense Pinot fruit and earthy, medium weight flavors that offer enough concentration and sap to balance the aggressive, though sufficiently ripe, tannins." (04/2001)
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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, enabling them, to process all their wines with optimum effi...
Price: $249.99

Allen Meadows - Burghound: "Rich red Pinot fruit laced with crushed herbs and a certain edgy minerality together with medium bodied flavors of acceptable weight and length plus better definition." (04/2001) Vinous: "Smoky, superripe aromas of cherry, redcurrant and leather. Dense and solidly built, with sound acids. A robust vin de garde, but a bit tough today and hard to judge. (ST)" (03/2020)
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91-94 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The spectacular Gevrey-Chambertin Clos St. Jacques (one of the best Premier Cru vineyards) reveals aromatics and flavors that are reminiscent of Chateau Rayas. Dark ruby-colored, it exhibits intense scents of spicy, super-ripe black cherries, plums and cassis fruit as well as exceptionally powerful sweet blackberry and mocha flavors. (PR)" (06/1997) 90 points Allen Meadows - Burghound: "An intensely earthy and expressive nose complemented by a mix of now fully secondary aromas of smoke, game and underbrush b...
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91-94 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The spectacular Gevrey-Chambertin Lavaux St. Jacques possesses a black color, as well as intense and complex aromatics of coffee, roasted herbs, cassis, cherries, stones and flowers. Produced in equal parts from 90 and 50+ year old vineyards, this wine offers an amazingly deep, silky, sultry yet elegant flavor profile packed with tangy, sweet cherries. Highly structured and full-bodied, Laurent referred to it as a "reactionary Gevrey." It will be at its best between 2002-2012. This note is the result of tastin...
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2011 Rhys "Bearwallow Vineyard" Anderson Valley Pinot Noir
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93 points Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar: "Vivid red. Strong raspberry and cherry-cola aromas, with suave floral and Asian spices adding complexity. Silky and very fresh, with impressively focused red fruit flavors and a building note of rose pastille. The persistent, gently tannic finish emphatically repeats the red berry and floral notes and lingers with bright, spicy intensity. (ST)" (05/2013) 91 points Allen Meadows - Burghound: "This is less obviously floral than the Alpine but slightly more aromatically complex with its elegant aro...

The grand cru Clos de Tart is one of the most iconic vineyards in Burgundy. The Mommessin family, sole owners of the Clos, make this wonderful second wine from the three youngest parcels which are declassified to 1er cru.
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93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Intense red berry aromas are found in the nose of the 2002 Gevrey-Chambertin Le Poissenot. This powerful, flavorful, sappy effort is crammed with loads of black cherries, violets, red fruits, and spices. Gorgeously concentrated, pure, and long in the finish, it is an extroverted, fruit-dominated, medium to full-bodied wine. Projected maturity: 2005-2012. (PR) " (06/2004) 90 points Allen Meadows - Burghound: "The wood is much more subtle and is limited to the nose, framing attractive, mineral-infused, even sligh...
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89-92 points Allen Meadows - Burghound: "Proust noted that hail damage ruined about 15% of the crop but that Bouchard took no chances and declassified about 50% of the total. Relatively strong reduction dominates the nose though there is ample body and richness to the suave yet precise flavors that exude a fine minerality on the very ripe finish that offers excellent volume if less complexity than usual. This is also extremely ripe and some, including me, will likely find it to be a bit too much so. " (06/2011) 91 points Stephen Tanzer's International ...
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This is the second vintage of Cru Pinot Noir from the folks at Vineyard 29. It's very expressive of the extremely cool, extremely late 2011 vintage in the Willamette Valley. Winemaker notes: "The 2011 Cru Pinot Noir is intensely fragrant with aromas of delicate fresh rose petal, tobacco and kirsch. The palate unfolds to reveal bright and lively black Bing cherry and pomegranate layered with rich mocha, truffle and coffee bean. Ripe, silky tannins deliver a finish that is mouthfilling and seamless."
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92 points Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar: "Deep, saturated red. Reticent but superripe aromas of black raspberry, violet and licorice; slightly jammy character. Large-scaled, dense and sweet; really stuffed with fruit. Very long, subtle finishing flavor. Tannins are substantial but sweet, and thoroughly enrobed by fruit. May ultimately merit a higher score. (ST) 92+ " (04/1998) 92 points Vinous: "Deep, saturated red. Reticent but superripe aromas of black raspberry, violet and licorice; slightly jammy character. Large-scaled, dense and swee...
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96 points, Robert Parker: "The 2000 Pinot Noir Melville Vineyard is a compelling example...This wine gave me a sense of deja vu of when I first tasted the 1990 Domaine de la Romanee Conti La Tache. An incredibly complex nose of flowers, red and black fruits, earth, and prunes is followed by a full-bodied, fabulously concentrated wine that is extremely light on its feet. It possesses terrific definition, refreshing underlying acidity, and a staggeringly long finish, this outrageously complex, rich Pinot Noir should drink well for a decade. Remarkably, it ...
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89-92 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The immensely impressive and dark ruby-colored Givry Clos Du Cellier Aux Moines is from a vineyard with a southern exposure. It offers beguiling aromas of chocolate-covered cherries, truffles, stones, and Asian spices. This wine's medium-to-full-bodied personality is concentrated, extracted, rich, and chewy. It saturates the palate with intensely ripe black cherries, leather, candied blood oranges, and cassis whose flavors linger on its impressively long finish." (04/98)
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94 points Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar: "Bright red. Intensely perfumed bouquet offers red fruit and floral scents, along with notes of star anise, cinnamon and smoky minerals. Bright and energetic in the mouth, with excellent clarity and power to its strawberry and raspberry preserve flavors. Tangy acidity adds lift and bite to the very long, sweet, spice-accented finish. I really like this wine's graceful, balanced character. (JR)" (11/2011) 93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2009 Pinot Noir Melville reveals a powerful fleshy...
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Allen Meadows - Burghound: "This too is extremely pretty with more obvious structure and size than any of the wines to this point. Sappy yet fine with excellent detail, focus and nice complexity. Still, the Narbantons would appear to have a bit more potential based on the superior fruit/acid balance and mid-palate density." (04/2002)
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96 points Wine Enthusiast: "Exceptionally delicious to drink now, this is rich, vibrant and complex. It offers wave after wave of raspberry and cherry pie filling, rose tea, mineral and smoky sandalwood flavors, which are all wrapped into an incredibly fine texture of complex tannins and vibrant acids. The finish is dry and graceful. It's tough to keep your hands off of this wine, but it should hold in the bottle for 6–8 years, gradually losing fruit and gaining earthy, mushroomy complexities." (03/2013) 94 points Vinous: "Bright ruby-red. Seductive, ...



Allen Meadows reports on the 2003s from this house: "Geoffroy Choppin de Janvry said that he waited until 'September 24th to begin picking. Even though we didn't have a lot of problem with oidium save for Marconnets, we threw out a lot of under ripe and hail damaged fruit. In fact, by the time we finished, we had yields of only 28 to 30 hl/ha, which means that we threw out close to 25% between what we left in the vineyards themselves and on the sorting table here at the cuvérie. I went for slightly less extraction at the end of the fermentation because w...
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2009 Rhys "Horseshoe Vineyard" Santa Cruz Mountains Pinot Noir
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94 points Allen Meadows - Burghound: "A highly expressive and more immediate nose of spice, floral elements and a ripe combination of plum, red currant and blueberry fruit aromas merges seamlessly with rich, generous and supple medium weight plus flavors that possess lovely detail and precision on the superbly deep and remarkably long finish. The firm tannins are well-integrated and this should age well yet because of the abundance of dry extract, actually be approachable young, at least with an hour or so of air. In short, this is a knockout. *Outstandi...
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92 points Allen Meadows - Burghound: "An expressive, spicy and relatively high-toned nose of both red and black pinot fruit that is terrifically complex introduces fresh, intense and notably mineral-driven medium full flavors blessed with plenty of dry extract that lends a real sense of body and fullness to the firm and vibrant finish underpinned by a lovely feeling of tension and punch. Interestingly, the tannins are slightly less refined than those of the Echézeaux but it matches it in virtually ever other category. This may very well be the best vinta...
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91 points Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar: "Higher in pitch than the Dutton Ranch bottling, displaying wild strawberry, raspberry and fresh rose, along with a hint of Asian spices. Quite perfumed in the mouth, offering spicy red fruit flavors and a touch of rose pastille. Finishes long, sappy, spicy and energetic, with a repeating raspberry note. (ST) " (06/2011)
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90 points Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar: "Medium red. Lower-toned aromas of strawberry, underbrush and earth. Sweet but dry; big, broad and very ripe, but showing less lift-and more earthy low tones-than the Moonshine Ranch bottling. A bit subdued for this cuvee at this early stage, with red fruit and earth flavors dominating. Finishes with fairly substantial tannins. (ST)" (05/2006) Wine Spectator: "Smooth, with subtle rose petal, vanilla, raspberry and wild berry fruit that's firm and vibrant, finishing with a complex aftertaste and a hi...
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Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar: "Medium red. Nose shows an almost candied ripeness, with hints of licorice root and smoky oak. Densely packed, broad and dry, with notes of strawberry, underbrush and mushroom. This liqueur-like wine is still rather bound up, but I would like to have seen a bit more verve." (03/2006)
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