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Vitallis is a new hidden gem our buyers found in the Mâcon, where small producers fly under the radar. In classic Burgundian fashion, the Dutron family has been growing vines since 1835, and now owns some of the oldest and best parcels in the village of Fuissé, located in the Pouilly-Fuissé district. The vines for this release are more than 85 years old! In the glass, the wines live up to the hype. The producer explains: "this Pouilly-Fuissé ‘Vieilles Vignes’ is notable for its bright yellow-gold hue with green highlights. On the nose, it is intense and ...
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There are still treasures to be found in the Mâcon, where small producers fly under the radar, and this includes Château Vitallis. In classic Burgundian fashion, the Dutron family has been growing vines since 1835, and now owns some of the oldest and best parcels in the village of Fuissé in the Pouilly-Fuissé district. Our buyers happened upon the château during a trip to Burgundy last October, and it was quite evident upon their return that they’d found something special. Perhaps it was the haste with which the samples were chilled and opened, or the ir...
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91 points Wine & Spirits: "Creamy, toasty and a bit skunky in its reduction, this is a powerful white with tannins that seem to come from the soil into the grape skins. There’s acidity to balance the creaminess—a lot of substance, and apparent winemaking effort." (03/2024) K&L Notes: Founded by the Dutron family in 1835, Château Vitallis is run today by winemaker Dennis Dutron. It is an estate of about 40 acres, including 5 acres in Macon-Fuissé. From the importer: "The estate is known for its old vines, some of which are over 65 years old. The average...
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90 points Vinous: "Lime and mint combine on the 2021 Les Montaignes, making a tangy, shake-your-grass skirt sort of Sancerre. Hailing from a north-east facing site (so a less sunny exposition) in a cooler year than we've seen recently, this shows its zest and tang, which requires you to love acidity and the greener spectrum of flavors. It was fermented and aged for 12 months in amphora, allowing the fruit to shine. It fades a little quickly. (RG)" (07/2023)
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96 points Decanter: "Tender and restrained notes of fresh lemon zest, lemon pith and honey on the nose, but on the palate there is an opulent, seductive feeling. The long, precise finish is exquisite, but needs more time in bottle to develop, where it will certainly age well. A true grand vin with a potential for 98 points. The 12-hectare Clos de Mosny is a real clos – enclosed by a wall – in the commune of Saint-Martin-le-Beau in the southern part of Montlouis. It faces due south and it has a variety of soils – sand in the lower part, and clay and flint...
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Directly next-door to the famed Château Rayas, the wines of Font de Courtedune are hidden gems. Dominated by Grenache grown in sandy soils, these wines deftly channel Châteauneuf-du-Pape's legendary terroir delivering elegance and purity in the glass. Vigneron Caroline Charrier sees herself as a steward of the land, eschewing harsh farming practices in the vineyard and crafting her wines exclusively with whole-cluster fermentation and native yeasts. In the same vein, she relies primarily on neutral oak, crafting wines that are defined by vibrancy and pur...
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93 points Wine Enthusiast: "Pure aromas of strawberries, raspberries, crème de cassis, wild mint and violets grow generously in in the glass. The palate presents distinguished layers of fruit, followed by stone and black peppercorn in its finish. This wine has the ability to age well through 2035+. (AI)" (12/2023) 90 points Jeb Dunnuck: "Black raspberries, spice wood, violets, and some bouquet garni like nuances all emerge in Remizières's 2021 Cornas, a medium-bodied, elegant Cornas that has fine, ripe tannins, solid overall balance, and a great finish...
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Burghound: "Note: from the regional portion of Champ Franc in Gevrey An exuberantly fresh and very pinot nose leads to energetic and attractively textured middleweight flavors that possess good mid-palate density while exhibiting solid depth and persistence on the mildly rustic finale. This is quite good for its level. *Burghound Outstanding!*" (01/2023) Jasper Morris: "All destemmed. A bright crimson colour. The bouquet is unusual, breadsticks alongside the fresh red fruit. Quite firm tannins behind, a medium delivery of raspberry strawberry fruit, ma...
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Made from 100% Grassenac, an heirloom grape varieity that is similar to Pineau d'Aunis, Mondeuse and Pelaverga in its floral spicy quality.
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Neal Martin writes: "Erwan Faiveley is on hand to guide me through a selection of mainly Domaine wines on another foggy November morning. Even a major player like Faiveley could not escape the hardships of the growing season...This is a commendable set of wines that do not disguise the ups and downs of the challenging growing season."
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92 points Decanter: "A classic Aligoté that expresses the essence of the grape with profuse aromas of gooseberry, fresh tarragon and flint. The wine offers bright acidity, medium body and impressive length. The yield was down by an average of 75% this year, with only three bunches per vine, not the 10-12 that are customary, but this light fruit load ensured the grapes ripened to perfection. (CC)" (10/2022) K&L Notes: Bill Nanson Burgundy Report: "Normally, 17 different parcel averaging 65 years old, but the oldest are 115 years old and the source of fu...
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93 points John Gilman: "The 2020 Moulin-à-Vent “les Trois Roches” from Jean-Etienne Chermette is an excellent young wine. It comes in this year at 13.5 percent and delivers a superb aromatic constellation of cherries, pomegranate, a touch of juniper berry, pigeon, coffee, woodsmoke, fresh herbs and a refined base of dark soil tones. On the palate the wine is pure, full-bodied, focused and complex, with a lovely core of fruit, excellent mineral drive and grip, a bit of ripe tannin and a long, beautifully balanced finish. This has a bit of baked fruit elem...
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93-95 points Vinous: "Glass-staining ruby. A bright mineral overtone complements expansive blackberry, smoky bacon, olive and potpourri aromas. Sweet and broad on the palate, offering concentrated black and blue fruit, salty olive and floral pastille flavors and a suggestion of exotic spices. Finishes with repeating mineral, floral and dark fruit character, steadily building tannins and excellent persistence. (JR)" (12/2022) 93 points Decanter: "Really gorgeous nose, with oregano, rosemary and menthol. It has the fresh chewy feel of stemmy tannins on t...
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92 points John Gilman: "The very chalky vineyard of les Courtelongs sits on the upper slopes of the Roche de Solutré, with an easterly exposition and thin topsoils. The Saumaize family’s vines here are more than sixty years of age now, making this one of their very top bottlings of Pouilly-Fuissé. The 2021 les Courtelongs is outstanding, offering up a pure and beautifully complex nose of nectarine, fresh apricot, a touch of orange zest, a beautiful base of chalky minerality, fresh almonds, a discreet touch of buttery oak and a lovely array of gently musk...
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Burghound: "Note: made from a direct pressing with no maceration or must bleeding. A discreetly fruit and fresh nose is comprised by mostly red berry and soft spice nuances. The nicely rich and plump, even fleshy, middleweight flavors are quite delicious while concluding in a refreshing easy-going if not especially complex finale. A quaffable rosé." (06/2023) Jasper Morris: "Just four barrels. Salmon coloured, as much pale orange as pink. Less immediately fruity on the nose than the 2022. Comes through very well on the palate having had an extra year t...
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A blend of 55% Tannat, 30% Cabernet Franc and 15% Cabernet Sauvignon from France's Basque region.
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An historic domaine with roots dating to 1880 (and also the proprietors of perhaps the most impressive and ornate winery edifice in Burgundy), Henri de Villamont has had a number of names and owners over the years, but the current iteration was settled upon in 1964 by Swiss owners The Schenk Group, and they've maintained the domaine ever since.
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An historic domaine with roots dating to 1880 (and also the proprietors of perhaps the most impressive and ornate winery edifice in Burgundy), Henri de Villamont has had a number of names and owners over the years, but the current iteration was settled upon in 1964 by Swiss owners The Schenk Group, and they've maintained the domaine ever since.
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93 points James Suckling: "This elegant, medium-weight dry riesling is brimming with white tree fruit aromas plus notes of spring blossoms and garden herbs. You can’t fault it for charm, but neither can you for balance and structure. Long and bright citrusy finish. From old vineyards in Ribeauville and Bergheim. From organically grown grapes. Drink from release." (03/2023) 92 points Vinous: "This 2021 Riesling Réserve is only made from estate grapes from the villages of Bergheim and Ribeauvillé. A touch of reductive smoke informs the subtle tangerine s...
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From clay soils and southeastern facing slopes comes this charming and nuanced Pinot Noir from old vines farmed by the Faiveley team. This over-delivers on the high-value promise of Mercurey, displaying classic Burgundian charm. According to the estate: "Our 'vieilles vignes' (old vines) are over thirty years old and produce an exceptionally aromatic wine that offers a true reflection of its Mercurey terroirs. The palate reveals a smooth, fruity attack and evolves towards notes of ripe red berries and a touch of vanilla. An intensely aromatic wine with a...
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An historic domaine with roots dating to 1880 (and also the proprietors of perhaps the most impressive and ornate winery edifice in Burgundy), Henri de Villamont has had a number of names and owners over the years, but the current iteration was settled upon in 1964 by Swiss owners The Schenk Group, and they've maintained the domaine ever since.
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Wine Spectator: "A lively white highlighted by lemon tart, apple and light baking spice flavors. Balanced and mouthwatering, with a moderately long finish. (BS)" (09/2023)
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2021 Domaine Philippe Jouan Coteaux Bourguignons
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2021 Domaine Bachey-Legros Maranges Vieilles Vignes
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90-91 points James Suckling: "A fruity, juicy white with tropical pineapple, mango and lemon notes. Medium-bodied, creamy and pleasing." (05/2022)
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An historic domaine with roots dating to 1880 (and also the proprietors of perhaps the most impressive and ornate winery edifice in Burgundy), Henri de Villamont has had a number of names and owners over the years, but the current iteration was settled upon in 1964 by Swiss owners The Schenk Group, and they've maintained the domaine ever since.
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91 points The Wine Independent: "A blend of 95% Chardonnay and 5% Chenin Blanc, the 2021 Domaine de Baronarques Blanc opens with notes of lemongrass and apple pie, giving way to coriander seed, sea spray, and nutmeg. The medium-bodied palate is elegant and refreshing with a savory finish. (LPB) " (08/2023) 91 points Wine Enthusiast: "Lovely aromas of white peaches and flowers on the nose. Approachable and crisp, the palate is loaded with concentrated flavors of passion fruit, lemon, subtle notes of vanilla and mouth-watering acidity." (12/2023) 90 p...
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93-95 points Vinous: "Vivid ruby. A highly fragrant bouquet evokes candied red fruits, smoky minerals and lavender; a spicy nuance builds as the wine opens up. Sappy and penetrating on the palate, juicy raspberry, cherry and floral pastille flavors show good heft, seamless texture and real energy. It finishes spicy and impressively long, with sneaky tannins adding a final grip. This is shaping up to be a highly impressive entry-level bottling, which is not surprising given that this is the only Gigondas that will be bottled this year, so all the juice fr...
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Bernard worked as an advisor to the Tours laboratory and studied in Beaune before returning to the Loire and starting his own project on just two hectares in 1975. Now holding 32 hectares throughout Chinon (about 90% of which are planted with Cabernet Franc, with the rest being Chenin), he produces some truly great wines. The 2018 Les Grézeaux is grown just north of his Les Granges, separated by a river and near the bottom of the slope in Sonnay, on gravel and clay soil. It’s the oldest plot on the estate, with the vines being around 60 years old. The n...
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Burghound: "Note: from all 3 sectors of the appellation. This is a ripe '21 with its notes of plum, black raspberry, cherry, herbal tea and prominent earth influence. I like the texture of the dense and vibrant medium-bodied flavors that deliver solid depth and persistent on the balanced finish that possesses enough structure to repay a few years of keeping." (01/2024) Jasper Morris: "Mid to deep crimson. Some pyrazines on the nose. Floral too, a touch of white pepper, still a bit of barrel behind, but the fruit rides through to cover the bone structur...
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91-93 points Jeb Dunnuck: "From an estate that seems to never put a foot wrong, the 2021 Château Tour Saint Christophe is another wine that's well worth your time and money. Coming from a mix of 80% Merlot and 20% Cabernet Franc aging in 40% new barrels, its deep purple hue is followed by a beautiful, classic Saint-Emilion bouquet of cassis, ripe cherries, graphite, and spring flowers. Medium to full-bodied and concentrated on the palate, it has both richness and elegance, ripe tannins, and a great finish. It's another gorgeous wine from the talented Jér...
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93-95 points The Wine Independent: "Pale to medium lemon-yellow colored, the 2021 de Rayne Vigneau soars from the glass with notes of lemon tart, fresh grapefruit, and lime cordial, plus suggestions of candied ginger, orange blossoms, and marzipan with a touch of chamomile tea. The palate shimmers with expressive citrus and mineral layers, framed by fantastic tension and a satiny texture, finishing very long. Residual sugar around 130 g/l. (LPB) " (05/2022) 93-95 points Vinous: "The 2021 Rayne-Vigneau is quite powerful and resonant in this vintage. Th...
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Allen Meadows of Burghound reports: "Laurent Lignier was proud to tell me that the domaine now has fully 5 ha being cultivated using biodynamic farming principles. He further explained that the '2021 growing season had an unusually early start that came to an abrupt half with the April frost that crushed yields even though they were ultimately disparate...June and July were quite wet and just warm enough that we had a ferocious attack of mildew that was tough to beat back. Add in some oidium pressure and it would be fair to describe the season as 'rock a...
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Chateau Malherbe is located near the seaside village of La Londe les Maure near the historic Bragancon Fort, the former summer house of the presidents of France. The vines, just meters away from the Mediterranean, are older vines planted over clay-schist soils. The vineyards have been farmed organically since the 1960s, but were recently Demeter certified biodynamic. Wine consultant Philippe Pacalet (famed Bourgogne vigneron and formerly of DRC) is the consulting winemaker working alongside Jean Laburthe who handles the daily operations. The rouge is...
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Chateau Malherbe is located near the seaside village of La Londe les Maure near the historic Bragancon Fort, the former summer house of the presidents of France. The vines, just meters away from the Mediterranean, are older vines planted over clay-schist soils. The vineyards have been farmed organically since the 1960s, but were recently Demeter certified biodynamic. Wine consultant Philippe Pacalet (famed Bourgogne vigneron and formerly of DRC) is the consulting winemaker working alongside Jean Laburthe who handles the daily operations. The blanc is...
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Vinous: "The 2021 Ambre Orange is made from skin-fermented Gewurztraminer from cooler Riquewihr. This is really orange in color. There is some farmyard-like reduction on the nose. The palate is intense with alcoholic heat but concentrated rose notions and an oily mouthfeel. This packs a punch and needs something strong and bold to stand up to it. The finish is long and bone-dry. (Bone-dry) (AK)" (04/2023)
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93-95 points Vinous: "The 2021 Villemaurine is a racy, sumptuous Saint-Émilion that marries textural intensity with energy. If that sounds appealing, well, it is. There's real depth and substance here, not to mention impeccable balance. Bright acids run through a core of red/purplish fruit, mint, white pepper and crushed rocks, framed by veins of salinity that wrap it all together. I tasted the 2021 four times. It was consistently impressive. (AG)" (04/2022)
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94 points The Wine Independent: "Medium garnet-purple in color, the 2021 Domaine de Baronarques Rouge is a blend of 64% Merlot, 13% Cabernet Franc, 13% Malbec, 8% Syrah, and 2% Cabernet Sauvignon. Evocative notes of black and red cherries, warm redcurrants, and juicy plums waft from the glass, giving way to hints of cardamom and fragrant earth. The medium-bodied palate is plush and soft-spoken, with fragrant black fruits and a spicy lift on the finish. (LPB) " (08/2023) 90 points Decanter: "Pronounced aromas of blackberry, blackcurrant leaf, bramble a...
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94 points Decanter: "An excellent, structured and captivating Bellefont-Belcier in 2021 having been spared the frosts that ravaged many other estates. Sweet fragrant blackcurrants on the nose, so seductive with perfume and ever so faint bramble tones giving nuance. Smooth, silky, gorgeously textured. Really just a silky carpet of juicy, bright and fresh fruits. The acidity shines through brightly, zesty and lively while the refined tannins give a streamlined structure and support and the concentrated flavours that linger long on the tongue. Mouthwatering...
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89-91 points Jeb Dunnuck: "While the old vine cuvée won't be produced in 2021 (it wasn't produced in 2008, either), the 2021 Saint Joseph has lots to like. Deep ruby/purple-hued with clean, classic Northern Rhône notes of darker berries, pepper, forest floor, and some violets, it has a Burgundy-like mouthfeel and texture, with a wonderful sense of elegance. My money is on it being an outstanding Saint-Joseph that will drink well for 7-8 years or more." (12/2022) K&L Notes: John Livingstone Learmonth The Cradle of the Rhone: "1) (cask, south of S of Ch...
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89-91 points Vinous: "The 2021 Poujeaux offers terrific energy to match its mid-weight, yet fleshy personality. Crushed flowers, sweet red berry fruit, mint and sage come together effortlessly. The 2021 is beautifully rendered. It's one of the under the radar gems of the year. (AG)" (05/2022) 90 points Decanter: "Concentrated blackcurrant nose. Ripe and juicy, this feels softly plump with a plush mouthfeel and satisfying weight to the tannic structure. It has elements of cool blue fruits, liquorice and clove that give a spiced hit on the tongue and a b...
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