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Alexandre le Brun is a young, ninth generation winemaker in Monthelon in the Ardenne (Marne) region of Champagne. His family established themselves in Champagne in 1750 and their cellars were built in 1822. We were very pleased to meet him and are very excited to carry his wines.
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2009 Alexandre Le Brun "Cuvée Dilection" Brut Rosé Champagne (Previously $80) (Previously $80)
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Alexandre Le Brun is a young winemaker from Monthelon in the Ardenne (Marne) region of Champagne. He is a ninth-generation winemaker. His family established themselves in Champagne in 1750, and their cellars were built in 1822. The delectable Dilection is based on the incredible 2009 vintage with 85% Chardonnay and 15% Pinot Meunier. Only French oak is used and the vineyard where the grapes are sourced was planted in 1902. It is rich, but classically dry with dark cherry and strawberry fruit on the finish, which lingers.
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2007 Thiénot "Black Ball" Blanc de Blancs Brut Champagne (Previously $120) (Previously $120)
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Absolutely incredible opportunity on this creamy, supple Blanc de Blancs that still has great focus and precision and superior, long, mineral finish. Like all of the Thienot vintage wines, this bottling is entirely estate grown from the family's nearly 70 acres of vines. From the winery: "In 1985 Alain Thiénot launched his eponymous Champagne House, driven by his experience as a courtier and close-knit relationships with Champagne growers. This was quite a challenge in a sector where the greatest names began their existence as early as the 18th century. ...
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2008 Pierre Paillard "La Grand Récolte" Grand Cru Extra Brut Champagne
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This wine is composed of 55% Pinot Noir and 45% Chardonnay from two sites that are now being used to make single vineyard wines by Antoine and Quentin Paillard. Both are from their estate in the Grand Cru of Bouzy on the south-facing slope of the mountain of Reims. The Pinot Noir comes from a plot called Les Maillerettes, which was planted in 1970, and the Chardonnay comes from Les Mottelettes, planted in 1961. Both are the mother vines for the massal selections made in-house at Champagne Pierre Paillard and both vineyards are just .8 acres. Old vines li...
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96 points Wine Enthusiast: "While still young, this Champagne has all the makings of greatness. Produced from grand cru vineyards, it already balances ripe white fruits with a firm structure that will age well. It’s relatively dry and has plenty of acidity, which will also aid in the longevity.. *Cellar Selection* (RV)" (12/2019) K&L Notes: This all Grand Cru blend, which is composed of 50% each Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, is the best I have ever tasted from Laurent-Perrier, and should go the distance if you decide to cellar it. Don't miss this fantasti...
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95 points Jeb Dunnuck: "The 2015 Chardonnay Estate comes all from the estate vineyard and mostly from a block of vines planted in 1990. Aged in 50% new oak, it’s another brilliant Chardonnay from Jeffrey Patterson that has a rich, concentrated, classic style as well as ample honeyed minerality, orchard fruits, and hints of brioche and toasted spice. Pure, medium to full-bodied and impeccably balanced, you can enjoy bottles today or cellar for 10-15 years, if you’re so inclined." (02/2019) 93 points John Gilman: "The 2015 Chardonnay from Mount Eden Vine...

90 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2012 Premier Cru Extra Brut is sourced in Bouzy and Écueil and was picked between September 20th and October 3rd. The wine blends 55% Pinot Noir with 45% Chardonnay and was fermented 60% in Burgundian pièces. The straw-yellow colored wine offers a clear, precise and refreshing citrus aroma with mineral notes and good intensity. Full-bodied and charmingly round on the palate, this is an intense, lush and fruity vintage with a refreshing mineral finish. Disgorged in March 2017 with a dosage of four grams per li...
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96 points James Suckling: "Just over two-thirds Pinot Noir (Verzenay) and the balance southeast-facing Chardonnay from Chouilly. This has 30% of oak fermentation which has compressed the wine, lending it an air of extreme concentration. The nose is gently spicy, offering peaches and cherries as well as neat autolysis edge. The palate has a powerful, long and assertive feel, with peach and lemon pith, chalky minerals, and some grapefruit. A powerful vintage for Roederer." (01/2018) 95 points Wine Enthusiast: "This beautiful wine, with its poise, eleganc...

2009 Guiraud, Sauternes
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97 points Vinous: "The 2009 Guiraud is one of the gems of Sauternes this vintage, one of the finest offerings in recent years. It has a wonderful, beautifully delineated bouquet with expressive scents of wild honey, orange pith, Seville orange marmalade and just a hint of pineapple. The palate is beautifully defined with pure botrytised fruit, supremely well balanced with a vivacious, ginger and white pepper tinged finish that lingers long in the mouth. Outstanding. Tasted blind at Farr Vintners’ 2009 Bordeaux tasting. Drink through 2055. (NM)" (03/2019)...

92 points Vinous: "The 2010 Pinot Noir Kiser En Bas is one of the darker wines in the range. Sweet black cherries, licorice, spices and crushed rocks all come to life in a vibrant, beautifully delineated Pinot that impresses for its clarity, nuance and pure energy. Although a bit fragile, the 2010 has an inner perfume and sweetness that is hugely appealing. At the same time the 2010 remains bright and light on its feet, in a style that is more lifted than is typical for Copain Pinots from this lower part of Kiser. In 2010, the fruit was 100% destemmed. (...
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This is the first vintage of Kiser Combe de Grès from the Kiser vineyard, 10 miles from the ocean in the Anderson Valley. It comes from a section of hillside vines where a narrow ravine travels from the upper block to the lower block, where the soils change from decomposed sandstone to rich clay with gravelly sandstone. The wine was aged for 15 months in one-third new French oak. Only three barrels of this wine was produced. Winery note: " With the richness of Kiser 'en Bas', combined with the floral, delicate features of Kiser 'en Haut,' 'Combe de Grés'...
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90 points Vinous: "The 2010 Pinot Noir Kiser Combe de Gres is a selection from Kiser that spends more time in barrel. Dark red cherries, plums, smoke, licorice and tobacco meld together in a decidedly powerful, imposing wine. (AG)" (01/2015) K&L Notes: This is the second vintage of Kiser Combe de Grès from the Kiser vineyard, 10 miles from the ocean in the Anderson Valley. It comes from a section of hillside vines where a narrow ravine travels from the upper block to the lower block, where the soils change from decomposed sandstone to rich clay with gr...
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90 points Jeb Dunnuck: "The same blend as the ’05, the 2006 Château de Montfaucon Côtes du Rhône Baron Louis possesses a touch more fruit than its older sibling and offers up copious black cherry laced fruit, cocoa powder, new leather and smoky earth on the nose. These aromas carry over to the palate and the wine is medium bodied with concentrated, tight fruit, a rich texture and firm, tannic structure that carries into the finish. Actually, even more tannic than the ’05. Give these another year or two in the cellar and then drink over the following 5 to...
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91 points Vinous: "The 2010 Pinot Noir Kiser En Haut is more compact and dense than the Kiser En Bas that follows in this tasting. Here the tannins are firm and a bit imposing. The 2010 will require a few years for the fruit to really open up. Today, the wine is compact, tight and closed in on itself. It will be interesting to see how the wine develops in the coming year and years. (AG)" (07/2013) Wine Spectator: "Aromas of sour cherry, black licorice, kirsch and fresh-turned earth lend this the texture and flavor of crushed rock. Ends with delicacy. (...
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95-96 points James Suckling: "I love the botrytis spice character to this wine with dried apricots and tropical fruits. It's full bodied, medium sweet with a long intense finish. It's very layered. Sweet wine of the vintage." (04/2011) 94-96 points Wine Enthusiast: "Structured firm, very spicy, while also showing fresh pineapple acidity. Concentrated and packed with botrytis. (RV)" (06/2011) 94 points Wine Spectator: "A muscular version, with dacquoise and marzipan notes leading the way for creamed orange, white peach, ginger, mirabelle compote and t...



95 points James Suckling: "This is powerful and racy with lots of class. Full body, very sweet with lots of spicy botrytis character. Intense. Drink or hold. " (10/2012) 93 points Wine Enthusiast: "Classic Sauternes, treading the fine line between sweetness and elegance. Initially, it seems to be dominated by the botrytis, but then sweet fruits also show, with ripe yellow fruits, honey and almonds, touched with citrus. As it develops, the wine will become richer and more intense. (RV)" (06/2008) 92 points Wine Spectator: "There's beautiful ripe fruit...

96 points Connoisseurs Guide: "We have been familiar with this property for some four decades, and it continues to deliver more hidden value than just about any other producer around. Ownership must have something to do with it because it belongs to the Lur Saluce family whose stewardship of Chateau D'Yquem for centuries has brought them well-deserved fame. DeFargues is newer stuff. It was first given over to the making of Sauternes in 1943 and is still in the process of development with new acreage about to be planted on the estate. There has been, as l...
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93 points Wine Spectator: "Baked raspberry and melon notes are ripe and fragrant on the nose and palate, joining accents of toast, spun honey and ground coffee in this balanced Champagne. Tightly meshed, with mouthwatering acidity, this lingers on the spiced finish. (AN)" (10/2018) 92 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2006 Special Club Grand Cru Brut is a blend of 70% Pinot Noir and 30% Chardonnay from Aÿ. The wine has a deep, fine and mineral bouquet of ripe and concentrated fruits (pineapples and citrus) intermixed with chalky notes. Pure, f...
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Jancis Robinson: "Honey, jasmine, cherry and marzipan – most unexpected for white, but it really works! Full and glossy and gummy in texture. Warm on the finish. Thick, impressive, satisfying and unusual. (RH)" (03/2018) K&L Notes: This historic estate, situated in the hills just south of Aix-en-Provence, has been in the hands of the Rougier family for two centuries and holds a virtual monopoly on the appellation of Palette. The Blanc is composed primarily of Clairette, with some Grenache Blanc and other local varieties. The white is fermented in small...
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94 points James Suckling: "White fruit immediately on the nose, as well as some very strong lemon and lime notes. Some gently chalky notes, too, from the Chouilly chardonnay, which is super chalky. The palate has such focus and drive and a great, mineral core. Very long with a fresh line of acidity and peripheral, smooth flesh. Some pink grapefruit at the finish. Drink or hold." (09/2019) 93 points Wine Enthusiast: "A smoothly textured wine, this is perfectly in balance, with red berry and currant fruitiness assimilated into the lightly tannic and cris...

94 points James Suckling: "For a seven-year-old dry white, this has great vitality. The more air it gets, the more candied-citrus, pear and dried-herb aromas emerge. Although the wine's frame is on the sleek side, there's serious concentration. The finish is very long with a cascade of herbal and mineral notes. Drink or hold." (05/2018) 93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Trimbach’s 2011 Riesling Cuvee Frederic Emile leads with a fascinating nose mingling quinine and smoky black tea with the more usual lime, white peach and crushed chalk. Silken-...
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