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Vigneron by way of butcher, Pascal Janvier is one of those souls destined to make wine, despite himself. Fortunately, he wised up at age thirty and yielded to his inevitable fate. Today, Pascal and his wife Dominique farm a total of nine hectares in the department of the Sarthe in the Val du Loir, a tiny, stony hillside along the Loir River (a tributary of the Loire River), north of Vouvray that is also the most northerly - and coldest - of the regions of the Loire. The "Cuvée du Rosier" is 100% Pineau d'Aunis from 25-year-old vines planted to 1.6 ha of ...
Price: $22.99

97 points Tim Atkin: "The Drouhin's Musigny is easy to spot in the vineyard because it is planted in an "S" configuration. Nicolas says this was because it was easier for the horses to work on the steep slopes back in the day, but he plans on keeping it like this. And hopefully nothing else in this cuvée changes as the intensity is majestic. Mulberry, cherry, dried flower bouquet and haunting spice send chills down the spine. The acidity tingles and the precise tannins are well behaved through the long, earthy and smoky finish. Every aspect of the wine i...
Price: $999.99

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 2014 Domaine Jean Fournier Gevrey-Chambertin ((89-90RP)). Wine Advocate: "The 2014 Gevrey-Chambertin Villages comes from Clos Prieur and Creux Brouillard, near les Crais - limestone and sand on stone soils respectively. It has a very detailed, quite complex bouquet that attests to the benefits from blending these two terroirs together: cranberry and wild strawberry, cold stone and touches of flint under the carapace of red berry fruit. The palate is medium-bodied with crisp, fine tannin. I appreciate the backbone here, but there is nothing oppressive and I can envisage this drinking well after just 12 months in bottle and then giving a lot of pleasure. (NM)" (12/2015)
Current Bid: $75.00

Bid on this bottle of 2017 Domaine Anne Gros Echézeaux Grand Cru "Les Loächausses" (94JM, (91-93VN), (90-92BH)). Jasper Morris: "From Les Loachausses, 35 year old vines which got frozen in 2016. They responded with a generous crop this year, so had to be green harvested. Rather paler colour here. This is very sensual indeed, sleek juicy raspberries, a faint touch of barrel toast behind, fully ripe soft fruit, not one of the lacy ones." (11/2018)
Current Bid: $210.00

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