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Wine Advocate: "A decent effort in this tough vintage for some of the Médoc wines, Lanessan’s 2012 has some nice suppleness to the tannin, cranberry and black cherry fruit, plum and blackcurrants. It is medium-bodied with earth, herbs and spice. Drink it over the next decade. (RP)" (04/2015) K&L Notes: * A very fruity and tasty style. Another great value from what Robert Parker calls a "consistent property that turns out wines that are often very close to classified-growth quality."
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Joël Taluau is a fabulous grower in St. Nicolas de Bourgueil known for making some of the purest expressions of Cabernet Franc in the Loire, which are unmarred by the intrusion of oak. He was also the first producer in the appellation to begin domaine bottling. These days, Joel makes wines with the help of his son-in-law, Thierry Foltzenlogel.
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When Jean Noel Millon took over winemaking and farming at his family's estate in 1998, he represented the seventh generation to do so. The 10-hectare farm is certified organic and Millon complements the soil with herbal teas and homemade composts to strengthen the vines' natural defenses.
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95 points Decanter: "Fresh, pronounced macerated fruit and floral aromas, lovely juicy and intense pure fruit expression, blackberry, cherries and plums. Silky superfine tannins, complex finish of heady blackberry and blueberry fruit and a delicate sweet spice and floral complexity. (DWWA 2021)" (07/2021) 91 points Wine Spectator: "This sinewy red shows character with supple tannins that surround flavors of black cherry and blackberry notes underpinned by details of mocha, anise and spice. Brooding but with lots of freshness. (GS)" (11/2021) 90 point...
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The wines of Aurore Dezat are a regular feature in our wine club offerings, and her vibrant Sancerre is an easy favorite among K&L staff as well. Aurore makes wine on her family estate in Sury-en-Vaux, which was established by her grandfather. Before Aurore took over the estate, most of the fruit was sold off through négociants. She has slowly phased out the négociant contracts. The estate is home to more than just vines, with grain crops and farm animals also finding a home there, but for Aurore, the focus is on the wine. She farms organically and empha...
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92 points James Suckling: "A firm, silky red with cherry, blueberry and some dark chocolate. It’s medium-bodied with a pleasant, linear tannin structure and a fruity finish. Nicely done. " (01/2021) 90 points Decanter: "Supple and agile, this has a gentle but direct weight on the palate, giving enough bright blackcurrant and plum fruit with acidity keeping things fresh and a forward sense of motion. I like the clarity and the cooling, stone-laced finish. Very smooth and charming. Michel Rolland consultancy. (GH)" (03/2022)
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The small appellation of Marcillac sits on the eastern edge of the region we know as the Sud-Ouest. Marcillac's main grape is Mansois (aka Fer Servadou and/or Braucol) and it must make up 80% of all appellation wines. Claudine Vinas and her husband Eric took over her family's farm in the 90s and have slowly expanded their holdings. Their vines are planted in the mostly iron-rich red clay-limestone soils in which this variety thrives. Costes Rouges has grown from 3 to 6 hectares since they assumed control and received organic certification in 2012. T...
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94 points Vinous: "From vines planted on clay-limestone in 1904, the 2021 Les Mémoires is fragrant, refined and long. It offers up rich concentration within an elegant, rather delicate package. As you'd expect from a wine of this age, it's youthful and bright, with primary fruit aromas of redcurrant alongside florals, black olive and even a whiff of wood smoke. There's certainly depth and substance of tannin, but they melt in your mouth. The finish is refined and assured, with scintillating acidity providing a fabulous backbone. (RG)" (12/2023) K&L Not...
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2021 Aurore Dezat Sancerre Rouge (Previously $23) (Previously $23)
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The wines of Aurore Dezat are a regular feature in our wine club offerings, and her vibrant Sancerre is an easy favorite among K&L staff as well. Aurore makes wine on her family estate in Sury-en-Vaux, which was established by her grandfather. Before Aurore took over the estate, most of the fruit was sold off through négociants. She has slowly phased out the négociant contracts. The estate is home to more than just vines, with grain crops and farm animals also finding a home there, but for Aurore, the focus is on the wine. She farms organically and empha...
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2019 Château de L'Ou "Grenache Rhapsody" Côtes Catalanes Rouge (Previously $55) (Previously $55)
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95 points Jeb Dunnuck: "The 2019 Côtes Catalanes Grenache Rhapsody, which was first made in 2017, is winemaker Séverine Bourrier's take on 100% Grenache from the Roussillon (it's released under the Côtes Catalane IGP). I compared the 2017 to a top Châteauneuf du Pape, and unquestionably, that comparison holds with the 2019 as well. It offers a monster bouquet of kirsch liqueur, herbes de Provence, peppered meats, charcuterie, and dried flowers that carries to a full-bodied Grenache with an expansive, layered, seamless texture, silky tannins, no hard edge...
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2022 Franck Millet Sancerre Rouge (Previously $23) (Previously $23)
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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.
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94 points James Suckling: "Both youthful and mature in personality, this is a striking Rhone red that combines considerable generosity with an intense floral and licorice character, plus a slew of ripe tannins. Not for everyone, but certainly very striking, expressive and well made. A pure cinsault from vines planted at the beginning of the 1960s. From biodynamically grown grapes with Demeter certification. " (10/2021) 93 points Wine Advocate: "The all-Cinsault 2020 Vin de France Le Peche Originel Sans Soufre Ajoute does receive a light filtration prio...
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92 points Wine Advocate: "The 2019 Fleurie is very pretty, soaring from the glass with scents of raspberries, peonies, warm spices and subtle soil tones. Medium-bodied, bright and lively, with terrific purity of fruit, lively acids and fine, melting tannins, this Bel Air-based blend has turned out beautifully. The 2019s have turned out beautifully at Domaine Lafarge-Vial, bursting with fragrant fruit, finer boned and more ethereal in style than the 2018s at the same stage. (WK)" (08/2021) 91 points Burghound: "Slightly more elegant aromas are comprised...
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2021 Château de L'Ou Côtes du Roussillon Rouge (Previously $16) (Previously $16)
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94 points Jeb Dunnuck: "Based on Grenache, Carignan, and Syrah, the 2020 Côtes Du Roussillon Villages Compartir is another deep purple-hued release from this château revealing a great nose of both cassis and darker berry-like fruit as well as spice, peppery herbs, chalky mineral, and licorice. This big, rich, heady effort has full-bodied richness, a supple, layered texture, fabulous purity of fruit, and a great finish. " (05/2022) 91 points James Suckling: "Textured and intense with dark plums, blackberries, dried thyme, bay leaves, cola and sweet spic...
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94-98 points Jasper Morris: "A full crimson purple, a fine robe if not excessively deep. The bouquet is not yet ready to speak, brilliantly nuanced on the palate, with an appropriate density. You have to wait for each individual flavour to come out, alpine strawberry, sweet red cherry, then the finest and most distinguished of raspberries. All you could want and still really light on its feet. But just two barrels. Drink from 2030-2040+." (11/2022) 95-97 points Vinous: "The 2021 Richebourg Grand Cru comprises of two barrels this year (one new, one 2-ye...
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2021 Domaine de la Ganse Vacqueyras (Previously $20) (Previously $20)
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Coralie Onde is from the winemaking family behind Domaine les Ondines, but opted to start her own project independent of her family estate in 2008. She formed Domaine de la Ganse in Vacqueyras when she purchased some terrific old vine fruit, also taking a small holding when the family estate was split. With close to nine hectares now, Coralie began the organic certification process and was officially certified in 2014. Her vines are aged from fifteen to fifty-five years and the soils are primarily chalky-clay with some galet (river stones). Her Vacqueyra...
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90 points Burghound: "An attractively fresh nose is comprised by notes of both red and dark currant, earth and a whiff of oak. The medium weight flavors possess reasonably good underlying tension and complexity though the finish, while reasonably persistent, is slightly drying. There are aspects to admire but it would be fair to say that the balance isn't quite completely dialed in." (04/2020)
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2020 Domaine de Verquière Côtes-du-Rhône-Villages Sablet (Previously $15) (Previously $15)
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The Verquière estate has been passed down from father to son for many generations and is now managed by Thibaut Chamfort. Following age-old traditions and sustainable practices, the estate was recently certified organic. The Côtes-du-Rhône Villages Sablet is a blend of 60% Grenache, 20% Syrah, 15% Mourvedre, and 5% Cinsault grown on three different terroirs. The first being the chalky clay soils with loads of large pebbles from the lower part of the appellation, limestone and marl from the highest part, and classic sandy soils of Sablet right around the...
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2020 Château de L'Ou "Compartir" Cotes du Roussillon-Villages (Previously $35) (Previously $35)
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94 points Jeb Dunnuck: "Based on Grenache, Carignan, and Syrah, the 2020 Côtes Du Roussillon Villages Compartir is another deep purple-hued release from this château revealing a great nose of both cassis and darker berry-like fruit as well as spice, peppery herbs, chalky mineral, and licorice. This big, rich, heady effort has full-bodied richness, a supple, layered texture, fabulous purity of fruit, and a great finish. " (05/2022) Jancis Robinson: "Chocolate and cherries. Amazingly sweet fruit – a huge hug of a wine singing its heart out. But there is ...
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Thibaut Chamfort has taken the helm at this wonderful multi-generational estate property situated in the village of Sablet. Making wines from a variety of terroirs including Rasteau, Plan de Dieu, Vacqueyras, and of course Sablet, he uses organic practices and minimal intervention in his winemaking practices. Concrete tanks are used for fermentation and mix of tank and large foudre for elevage. Thibaut is making pure and decisive wines from the variety of his holdings. The Rasteau comes from the higher plots in Rasteau over a mix of marls and large pebb...
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2022 Clos de l'Anhel "Lolo de l'Anhel" Corbières (Previously $15) (Previously $15)
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92 points Decanter: "A bright and light iteration of Corbières that's light on its feet, full of cherry stone, strawberries and juicy acidity. A new window onto this area's wines, with great promise. (NE)" (10/2023) K&L Notes: "My name is Sophie Guiraudon and I am a winemaker since ZERO generation!" Sophie Guiraudon worked in other people's wineries in southern France for years, and in 2000, she started her own biodynamic, organic winery. She wanted to grow grapes that her son could eat right off of the vines. The "Lolo de l'Anhel" is a blend of 81% Ca...
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100 points Jane Anson: "Stunning, grab-a-friend, insanely good wine. The structure and tannic grip manage to be both barely there and tightly controlling, giving form and space for the raspberry, blueberry and pomegrante fruits to crowd in the palate, followed by oyster shell salinity, pummice stone scrape and electic points of mandarin peel and lemon grass. Finished with pure no messing about juiciness." (01/2022) 100 points Wine Advocate: "The brilliant 2020 Canon looks set to surpass both the 2019 and 2016 as this estate's finest wine since the post...
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Domaine Pluchot, located in Burgundy, France, is renowned for its exceptional Pinot Noir and Chardonnay wines. The winery meticulously cultivates its vineyards, ensuring high-quality grapes. Their wines, celebrated for elegance and complexity, beautifully express the region's character. Domaine Pluchot's commitment to sustainable viticulture enhances is palpable in the glass and the estate has been Certified Organic since 2023.
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92-94 points Vinous: "The 2021 Gevrey-Chambertin Les Champonnet 1er Cru is matured with 60% whole bunches. The stems exert quite an influence on the nose, black pepper notes rather obscuring the fruit underneath. The palate is medium-bodied with a sappy opening, fine tannins, and quite mineral driven. Here, the stems show much better integration. I suspect that the aromatics will come together with bottle age, so don't be afraid to cellar this. (NM)" (01/2023) 90-93 points Burghound: "Slightly more evident wood is present on the mildly riper notes of d...
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When Jean Noel Millon took over winemaking and farming at his family's estate in 1998, he represented the seventh generation to do so. The 10-hectare farm is certified organic and Millon complements the soil with herbal teas and homemade composts to strengthen the vines' natural defenses. Winery tasting notes: "It is the emblematic wine of the estate with its aromatic expression of red fruit. The palate is crunchy and juicy with ripe, fresh fruit which gives it good drinkability." *Organic*
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93 points Burghound: "This displays a similar kaleidoscopic nose to that of the Suchots but with even more spice and hard as it is to believe, even more refinement and the aromas just ooze class. The ultra pure, sweet, precise and beautifully detailed flavors maintain their focus from start to the dazzlingly long and palate staining linear finish that also displays a subtle herbal component." (01/2007) 93 points Int'l Wine Cellar: " Good medium red. Darker fruits on the nose than the Suchots, with a component of smoked meat; less spicy and less express...
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100 points Jeb Dunnuck: "The 2020 Ermitage Le Pavillon is pure gold, and Hermitage doesn't get any better. Incredible aromatics of cassis, graphite, burning embers, and crushed stone all emerge from this beauty. Stunningly proportioned and incredibly pure, it's full-bodied, concentrated, and powerful, but as with all great vintages of this cuvée, it's going to demand bottle age. While Les Greffieux and Le Méal bring much more opulence, this is the powerhouse, long-distance candidate in the lineup. It's an incredible effort. Give bottles upwards of a deca...
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2020 Hospices de Beaune (Coche Dury) Corton Grand Cru "Docteur Peste" (Previously $2000) (Previously $2000)
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Hospices de Civiles de Beaune is a former charitable almshouse founded in 1443 in the town of Beaune. It is now a modern hospital, with the original buildings serving as a museum. Since 1859, a charity wine auction has raised funds for the hospital with the wines produced being released under the Hospice's umbrella label.
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2021 Domaine Coquard-Loison-Fleurot Clos Vougeot Grand Cru (Previously $350) (Previously $350)
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93-95 points Jasper Morris: "5% whole bunch vinification with half aged in new wood. Glowing fresh purple. Quite heady on the nose, ripe fruit. Very solid, more a blood red fruit than anything darker, fills the mouth very well. Long balanced finish, there is plenty here for the long run. " (11/2022) 91-93 points Vinous: "The 2021 Clos de Vougeot Grand Cru had more fruité than other vintages according to Thomas Collardot. It has a pretty, well-defined nose with ample dark cherry and blackcurrant scents. Fine focus. The palate is medium-bodied with grain...
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91 points Decanter: "Open and expressive, with bramble and liquorice. A little bit meaty and herbal, this is enjoyably complex. Medium-bodied on the palate, which is very harmonious and succulent, with firm tannins and good acidity to support the savoury cauldron of flavour. Good length and very good value for such a characterful wine. 70% Grenache and 30% Syrah, all destemmed and matured for 24 months in concrete. (MW)" (09/2023) K&L Notes: L'Amandine was established in 1968 by Jean-Pierre Verdeau who followed the tradition of winemaking in his family...
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"My name is Sophie Guiraudon and I am a winemaker since ZERO generation!," says Sophie proudly. Sophie was working in other peoples' wineries in southern France for years. In 2000, Sophie started her own biodynamic, organic winery. She wanted to grow grapes that her son could eat right off of the vines. The Terrassettes is typically a blend of 72% Carignan, 17% Syrah, 8% Grenache Noir, 3% Mourvèdre. While Carignan can sometimes produce a brooding, earthy wine, Sophie handles this varietal flawlessly. The wine is surprisingly delicate, medium-bodied and d...
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2021 Domaine Coquard-Loison-Fleurot Echézeaux Grand Cru (Previously $370) (Previously $370)
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94-97 points Jasper Morris: "A very pretty mid-purple with some elegance to the nose. Very floral in fact but with some latent intensity. This is a first-class wine, whatever the vintage, with a measured tread yet wanting to dance. Enjoy the very fine long aftertaste." (11/2022) 92-94 points Vinous: "The 2021 Echézeaux Grand Cru, which comes from lieux-dits, has a clean and precise bouquet, gradually unfolding with quite pure black cherry and crushed strawberry fruit, plenty of crushed violet here. The palate is medium-bodied with a creamy opening. Som...
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2021 Domaine Hudelot-Noëllat Vougeot 1er Cru "Les Petits Vougeot" (Previously $260) (Previously $260)
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90-93 points Burghound: "Cool, pure and airy aromas of spicy dark pinot fruit are laced with hints of clove, anise and lavender. The detailed and utterly delicious middleweight flavors also exude a subtle minerality on the lightly austere, balanced and sneaky long finale. This is lovely and also quite understated in style. *Burghound Outstanding Top Value!*" (01/2023) 93 points Decanter: "This wine represents another level of concentration and depth in the Hudelot-Noëllat stable, with lovely black cherry fruit and plenty of earthy nuance. The grapes ar...
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2021 Domaine Coquard-Loison-Fleurot Clos de la Roche Grand Cru (Previously $350) (Previously $350)
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93-96 points Jasper Morris: "A fine even purple. The bouquet is much less expressive than the Echezeaux, but the density is there. You can smell the stone says Thomas. The power comes in the middle, more structured, a mineral feel and blueberry finish. Drink from 2030-2036." (11/2022) 93-95 points Vinous: "The 2021 Clos de la Roche Grand Cru showed just a tiny reduction on the nose but one can still discern the flinty red berry fruit underneath, and hints of pressed rose petal. The palate is well-balanced with crunchy black fruit, slatey, and quite min...
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92-95 points Jasper Morris: "For some reason the Charmes-Chambertin escaped the frost. A fine cheerful mid purple. No bouquet to speak of for the moment. The structure of this wine is fine boned and really quite elegant with a lighter touch to the fruit. A less voluptuous Charmes than sometimes, but attractive." (11/2022) 92-94 points Vinous: "The 2021 Charmes-Chambertin Grand Cru, which comes from vines located in Mazoyères, has a splendid bouquet with blackberry, white tipped strawberry and light earthy scents that gradually unfurl in the glass. The ...
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Hospices de Civiles de Beaune is a former charitable almshouse founded in 1443 in the town of Beaune. It is now a modern hospital, with the original buildings serving as a museum. Since 1859, a charity wine auction has raised funds for the hospital with the wines produced being released under the Hospice's umbrella label.
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Coralie Onde is from the winemaking family behind Domaine les Ondines, but opted to start her own project independent of her family estate in 2008. She formed Domaine de la Ganse in Vacqueyras when she purchased some terrific old vine fruit, also taking a small holding when the family estate was split. With close to nine hectares now, Coralie began the organic certification process and was officially certified in 2014. Her vines are aged from fifteen to fifty-five years and the soils are primarily chalky-clay with some galet (river stones).
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89-92 points Jasper Morris: "40% whole bunch vinification. A sound crimson purple. There is a fine weight of fruit on the nose, the Chambolle may be more stylish but this old vine Gevrey displays a stricter savoury character that works very well. The fruit fills the palate to just exactly the right degree, treads lightly across the dance floor with a long elegant finish for a wine which is relatively light in body. Drink from 2025-2029. " (12/2022) 87-90 points Burghound: "A decidedly earthier nose combines notes of dark currant, forest floor and a whi...
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William Kelley of Wine Advocate writes: "Vincent Mongeard, who has directed this important Vosne-Romanée domaine since 1995, guided me through a selection of what is a rather extensive portfolio—drawing on fully 30 hectares of vines. Mongeard told me that his grands and premiers crus are farmed essentially organically, and that at the communal and regional level treatments are kept to a minimum. Most cuvées are largely destemmed, though some of the higher appellations increasingly see some whole bunches, and macerations long and cool (attaining a maximum...
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87-90 points Burghound: "A very Vosne-like nose is comprised by notes of exotic tea, plum and anise along with a subtle floral hint. There is again very good richness, volume and vibrancy to the medium-bodied flavors that conclude in a youthfully austere, balanced and sneaky long finale. This too could use better depth, but the underlying material appears to be present for that to occur in time." (01/2023)
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89-92 points Burghound: "Note: from Les Chalandins, Quartiers de Nuits, Les Violettes and Basses Maizières An overtly spicy nose mixes aromas of red and dark currant, exotic tea, anise and a pretty violet top note. Here too there is fine mid-palate volume to the delicious medium-bodied flavors that possess very good density while delivering excellent length on the balanced finale. This could use better depth, but a few years of bottle aging should prove beneficial. *Outstanding, Top Value*" (01/2023) 90-92 points Jasper Morris: "Glowing purple, racy, f...
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96 points Tim Atkin: "This presents a whirl of heady aromas on the nose: tea leaves, tobacco, rose petals, red plum preserves and blood orange. The tannins are wispy and lightly dusty, the succulence is alluring and the acidity is mouthwatering. Nicole says it's never worth "checking" on a bottle of La Grande Rue before five years. I'd give it at least that long!" (01/2023) 93-95 points Jasper Morris: "The usual lighter colour but with a delicious nose, slightly riper strawberries. Here there is notably greater density on the palate, with still the ...
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Agathe Dalisson, who is from Bordeaux, and Amaury Coste, who is from Burgundy, met in Kabul and later in 2017 decided to take over Villa Tempora in Languedoc. They farm the small estate organically with an aim to produce wines of authenticity and freshness.
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91-93 points Burghound: "Note: from .20 ha parcel; note that Gros uses the atypical spelling of Maupertuis, e.g., with an "s" A whiff of green tea is present on the mostly red berry fruit aromas that are cut with copious amount of earth and humus. There is excellent underlying tension suffusing the big-bodied and solidly concentrated flavors that flash evident power on the distinctly austere, very firm and solidly persistent finale. A classic Clos de Vougeot." (01/2023) 89-91 points Vinous: "The 2021 Clos de Vougeot le Grand Maupertui Grand Cru was sho...
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A reliable Cab Franc from 40-year-old vines, vinified in stainless steel. An approachable, quaffable red for Friday night pizza.
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In recent years, clever and curious wine buyers have turned to the wines from Pezenas for incredible quality that comes at an even more incredible value. This bottling fits the bill.
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The Thibon family acquired the Libian property in 1670, and in 1970 Jean-Pierre Thibon decided to wholly focus on wine production. Since then the estate has grown to 25 hectares of vineyards and 8 hectares of "nourishing" land planted to olive trees, vegetable and flower gardens, and grains to support the organic and biodynamic viticulture. Mas de Libian began its biodynamic farming in 2005 and was shortly certified by Demeter afterwards. The "Bout d'Zan" translates to "blame it of Zan," which playfully uses Jean-Pierre's childhood nickname referring to ...
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Domaine Clos de la Bonnette was purchased in 1992 by wife and husband team, Isabelle Guiller and Henri Montabonnet. Isabelle had her eye on this abandoned vineyard site for many years before they moved forward. The main reason that the site remained unoccupied was because the hillsides were in complete disarray, as many of the stone retaining walls had collapsed over the decades due to neglect. Restoring this property could only be done as a labor of love, not a commercial venture. Isabelle and Henri did most of the restoration themselves, rebuilding the...
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Domaine Clos de la Bonnette was purchased in 1992 by wife and husband team, Isabelle Guiller and Henri Montabonnet. Isabelle had her eye on this abandoned vineyard site for many years before they moved forward. The main reason that the site remained unoccupied was because the hillsides were in complete disarray, as many of the stone retaining walls had collapsed over the decades due to neglect. Restoring this property could only be done as a labor of love, not a commercial venture. Isabelle and Henri did most of the restoration themselves, rebuilding the...
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93 points Decanter: "Richer and fruitier than the 2021, still with great freshness and a sense of straightness to the structure. More fruit than herbs. This is very promising. From a north-facing vineyard in Buisson. It had 15 days maceration, and six months of élevage. 2,500 bottles made. Tank sample (MW)" (01/2023)
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