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2022 Domaine du Vieil Orme Touraine Blanc Sauvignon Blanc
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90 points Wine Enthusiast: "This Touraine Sauvignon Blanc is rich and flavorsome. Lemon in color, it has a perfumed nose of golden apple, ripe summer pear, pineapple and orange zest. The wine has a round mouthfeel with juicy fruit dominating. Pair with heavier or sauce-driven dishes (RS)" (12/2023) K&L Notes: This family-owned domaine, located in the tiny Loire village of St-Julien-de-Chédon, dates back to 1804. Since 2009, Laurent Benoist has been at the helm, focusing his efforts on sustainable farming and pure, terroir-driven wines. As a region, Tou...
Price: $12.99
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2022 Bedouet "Clos des Grands Primos" Muscadet Sèvre et Maine Sur Lie
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90 points Wine Enthusiast: "This robust Muscadet Sèvre et Maine Sur Lie beautifully benefits from lees aging. Pale lemon in color, it has a nose of red apple, crushed stone, white peach and orange zest. The wine has good palate-cleansing acidity, basks in green fruit and completes with a long finish. (RS)" (12/2023) K&L Notes: The Bedouet family's history in the region dates back to the 1890s, when the estate was created by Henri Bedouet. His grandson, Michel, took possession and expanded the holdings when he assumed the reins in 1990. In 2010, he bega...
Price: $12.99

93 points Wine Enthusiast: "This concentrated, dense wine has impressive black fruits that are sustained by still-young tannins. The ripeness is in balance, giving power to a wine that is still developing. Drink from 2024. (RV)" (05/2022) K&L Notes: Domaine les Pins has been family run for five generations. They are a small artisanal producer that oversees every stage of production from start to finish themselves. They have roughly 30 hectares of Cabernet Franc spread out through the Bourgueil and Saint Nicolas de Bourgueil appellations, and practice s...
Price: $17.99

91 points Wine Enthusiast: "A tight and mineral-driven wine, this comes from vines planted on flinty soil. It is textured and full of juicy acidity along with fragrant white fruits. (RV)" (04/2023)
Price: $24.99

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)
Price: $34.99

90 points James Suckling: "White asparagus, lime and gooseberry on the nose, followed by a zingy, fresh and crisp palate with a bright beam of acidity that cuts it through. Dry, mouthwatering and delicious, with limey citrus in the finish." (08/2022) K&L Notes: Like Sancerre but half the price! The Fournier family, with roots as deep as their vines in this region, seem to be related to just about everyone in some way. They've been farming and producing wines in Sancerre for generations. We are pleased to have been offered this wine, yet again, at such ...
Price: $11.99

90 points Vinous: "The 2017 Clos de la Côte is a savory, rich and oaky Cabernet Franc that's starting to show some early development. The mouthfeel is round, full and supple thanks to two years' maturation in barrel while there's good concentration of fruit. It's an impressive style offering ripeness without richness as well as expensive oak-derived vanilla nuances. There's a light sense of tension that comes from its chalky bedrock and the vintage. (RG)" (06/2022) K&L Notes: "I first met vigneron Jean-Noël Millon while attending an organic wine fair i...
Price: $34.99

93 points John Gilman: "Les Gras Moutons is one of my favorite vineyards in Muscadet. The vineyard is qualified to be bottled as the Cru of Monnières-Saint Fiacre if the grower so chooses, but if it is to take the Cru name on the label, it must be aged for twenty-four months sur lie. Sébastien and Claude Branger prefer to age this bottling for fourteen months on its fine lees and sell it under the vineyard’s name. The 2021 les Gras Moutons is a beautiful wine, completely defined by its underlying minerality, as it offers up scents of lemon, breadfruit, a...
Price: $16.99

2021 Domaine de la Taille Aux Loups "Clos de Mosny" Montlouis-sur-Loire
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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...
Price: $39.99

96 points Wine Advocate: "Chidaine's 2019 Montlouis sur Loire Les Choisilles is deep, pure, fresh and refined on the nose but still very young, with lemon leaf, chalk and sur lie aromas. On the palate, this is a rich and concentrated Chenin, but it reveals remarkable freshness and energy. It is a bit unfair to compare it to the 2018, which has a year more of development, but I have to, and I am still amused by the 2019, which lifts Les Choisilles to unknown heights. The salinity and mineral grip are really beautiful here in the finish, and I believe the ...
Price: $49.99

92 points Wine Advocate: "Francois Cotat’s 2011 Sancerre La Grand Cote – like its Monts Damnes counterpart – finished dry and with around 14.5% alcohol. Musky and otherwise haunting flora scents suggestive of narcissus, peony, and rowan are joined by grapefruit and herbal essences for a striking nose; then reemerge on a silken, expansive, succulent Persian melon- and bittersweet nut-oil-informed palate. It’s amazing the sense of primary juiciness and transparency to floral, nutty, herbal, and stony nuances conveyed in the long finish here, despite the wi...
Price: $89.99

93 points Wine Spectator: "Seems opulent at first, though this shows nice restraint and impressive poise. A tightly coiled beam of apple, citrus peel and bitter almond skin are covered in a layer of sea salt and dried thyme, with floral highlights. Showing a lot of power and chalky mineral concentration, this will benefit from more time in bottle. (KB)" (08/2023) K&L Notes: Jacky Blot discovered wine as a junior pâtissier while working at a restaurant in Paris in his younger days. Deciding to follow the winemaking track in life, he ultimately came to a...
Price: $36.99

97 points Wine Advocate: "The extraordinary 1995 Vouvray Moelleux Reserve (125 cases for the United States) is clearly meant to be served as either an aperitif or after dinner. The wine's 120 grams of residual sugar legitimately places it in the big-time sweet wine category. It offers an amazing display of tropical fruits intertwined with spring flower and honey scents. Full-bodied yet delicate, this wine's dazzling acidity gives it extraordinary focus and precision... This is an exceptionally well-made, gorgeously clean, well-focused, 100% Chenin Blanc ...
Price: $89.99

93 points Wine Spectator: "This sanguine, mineral-rich red boasts beautiful fruit purity layered with earth and tobacco. Features a fine, chalky tannic frame that encases red berry and crunchy plum notes around a spine of iron. Builds in concentration, with singed apple wood, green herbs and menthol echoing on the harmonious finish. (KB)" (10/2023) K&L Notes: Jacky Blot discovered wine as a junior pâtissier while working at a restaurant in Paris in his younger days. Eventually deciding to follow the winemaking track in life, he ultimately came to acqui...
Price: $36.99

92 points Wine Spectator: "Broad and generous, with layers of pear, ginger and apple that unfurl in savory waves, flecked with incense and chamomile. Reveals a hint of salted caramel, but this stays clean and pure. The long finish is anchored by tangy acidity and minerality. (KB)" (08/2023) K&L Notes: Jacky Blot discovered wine as a junior pâtissier while working at a restaurant in Paris in his younger days. Deciding to follow the winemaking track in life, he ultimately came to acquire the Domaine la Taille aux Loups in Montlouis sur Loire, some twenty...
Price: $39.99

94 points Decanter: "Enticing smoky notes waft from the glass, leading to a richly textured palate. It is quite tight and closed at the moment, but the finish is infinitely long and you can sense the potential from its well-balanced fruit, tannins and acidity. Naturally this needs more time in bottle, and has the potential for a higher score. Jacky and Joëlle Blot bought the 16-hectare Domaine de la Butte in 2002 and since then have been making a marvellous range of Bourgueils. The vines are planted on steep, south-facing slopes on clay-limestone soils a...
Price: $32.99

94 points Decanter: "Jo Landron is still undecided whether 36 months is too long to leave his wines on lees, but based on this, the results are fabulous. From the luminous golden hue to the long and powerful mineral finish, this is a gripping wine. Showing the characteristic smokiness of the site in La Haye-Fouassière, it has a firm backbone of fruity acidity and enormous concentration of flavour, but nothing is heavy or overdone. Savoury, saline and masterfully balanced. Biodynamic. (BB)" (09/2021)
Price: $29.99

90 points Wine Advocate: "The Francois Cotat 2011 Sancerre Les Monts Damnes went entirely dry, with 14.5% alcohol recognizable primarily in sheer volume conveyed on a polished, richly lees-endowed palate, but also in a bit of finishing heat. Scents – and thereafter, bitter-sweetly pungent palate presence – of coriander, cardamom, caraway and sage, are allied to succulent Persian melon and lightly cooked apple. There is a faint suggestion of sweetness, reportedly a function of the alcohol and fruit personality rather than above-threshold residual sugar. T...
Price: $99.99

95 points Decanter: "A nose full of complexity, rich with honey, beeswax, vanilla and wood. The palate is alive, vital, and although the finish is long it is quite closed at present, so needs more time in bottle to develop. The one-hectare Clos de Venise is a superb vineyard on the premier côte in the commune of Noizay. There is some clay and flint over limestone. The grapes are hand harvested with the initial sorting done in the vineyard as is customary throughout Jacky Blot’s vineyards. It is fermented and aged in Burgundian barrels, some new. This win...
Price: $44.99

91 points John Gilman: "The 2020 Jasnières Sec from Sébastien Cornille is quite a bit riper than the 2021 version (fourteen percent versus 12.5 percent octane), which fully underscores how different these two growing seasons were in the eastern Loire Valley. The bouquet is deep, ripe and zesty, hopping from the glass in a mix of fresh pineapple, sweet quince, chalky soil, a hint of beeswax and a topnote of orange peel. On the palate the wine is deep, full-bodied and plush at the core, with fine focus, a lovely gridle of acidity, good soil undertow and a ...
Price: $29.99

91 points Wine Spectator: "Entices with warm apple, floral highlights and pastry notes, all grounded by a bedrock of flinty minerality and lashes of salty brine. Shows a lot of stuffing, though very angular and firm through the persistent finish, which is flecked with toasted brioche and driven by mouthwatering acidity. (KB)" (11/2023) K&L Notes: Jacky Blot discovered wine as a junior pâtissier while working at a restaurant in Paris in his younger days. Deciding to follow the winemaking track in life, he ultimately came to acquire the Domaine la Taille...
Price: $31.99

93 points Vinous: "Returning in 2018 after 2017 was wiped out by frosts, this is an intense, wild 2018 Buisson Renard, like an untamed head of curls. In clear evidence at this early stage, it has floral and boxwood characters and a nutty oak-derived influence. There's even an intriguing note of peppermint on the sinewy, lengthy finish. In a mid-weight, linear style with a firm, phenolic finish that almost requires knife and fork. This needs more time in bottle to shed its austere frame, but if you're not in a hurry... (RG)" (08/2021)
Price: $125.00

95 points John Gilman: "Domaine Huët’s 2022 le Haut Lieu Demi-Sec is a gorgeous young wine. The wine offers up a beautifully refined and nascently complex aromatic constellation of sweet quince, apple, bee pollen, white lilies, orange blossoms and a refined base of chalky soil tones. On the palate the wine is pure, full-bodied and fairly reticent out of the blocks, with a superb core of fruit, stunning soil inflection, zesty acids and laser-like focus on the long, pure and impeccably balanced finish. Historically, this bottling would always offer up a fe...
Price: $44.99

93 points Wine Spectator: "Distinctive, from the creamy, gently toasted macadamia nut edge to the panoply of makrut lime, white peach, yellow apple and fleur de sel notes. The refined finish lets flashes of tarragon and honeysuckle chime in. Long and lilting. Drink now through 2024. (JM)" (11/2018) Jancis Robinson: "Tangy and layered with a slightly reductive struck-match note, yet loads of intense, forthright fruit too. Pure charisma. (RH)" (07/2017) K&L Notes: When an iconic winemaker dies, especially long before his time, oenophiles mourn. And the...
Price: $109.99

94 points John Gilman: "The 2022 Vouvray “le Mont” Demi-Sec from Domaine Huët is another stellar young wine. It is just a touch riper than the le Haut Lieu version, coming in at 13.5 percent octane this year. The wine offers up a beautiful young bouquet of sweet quince, pear, honeycomb, a gorgeous base of limestone minerality, gently musky floral tones and a touch of lanolin in the upper register. On the palate the wine is full-bodied, focused and shows off superb depth at the core, with fine mineral drive and cut, a lovely spine of acidity, excellent ba...
Price: $46.99

94 points John Gilman: "The 2022 Vouvray “le Haut Lieu” Moelleux from Domaine Huët is another gorgeous wine in the making, sharing the same sense of eternal elegance that is found in the Demi-Sec version. The bouquet is deep, vibrant and complex, soaring from the glass in a mix of sweet quince, fresh pineapple, honeycomb, incipient notes of yellow plum, lovely soil tones, bee pollen and musky floral tones. On the palate the wine is pure, full-bodied, focused and complex, with gorgeous depth of fruit, fine soil undertow and grip, a lovely spine of acidity...
Price: $46.99

96 points John Gilman: "This is my first taste of Domaine des Closiers top bottling, les Trezellières, which is made from a parcel of old vines and given fully two years aging in barrel, with somewhere between ten and twenty percent of the casks new. The 2019 les Trezellières is beautifully deep and refined aromatically, delivering scents of black cherries, cassis, Cuban cigar wrapper, a very complex base of soil, a touch of Cheval Blanc-like menthol, a gentle dollop of tree bark, cedar and a topnote of cigar smoke. On the palate the wine is pure, full-b...
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Bid on this 2-bottle tasting lot; including 1-bottle of 2007 Didier Dagueneau Blanc Fumé de Pouilly (91W&S, 90ST, 90WS) and 1-bottle of 2007 Domaine Didier Dagueneau "Silex" Pouilly-Fumé (94W&S, 94WS, 93ST). Of the 2007 Domaine Didier Dagueneau "Silex" Pouilly-Fumé, Wine Spectator writes: "Weighty, but lithe and balanced, with gorgeous, alluring notes of honeysuckle, macadamia nut, white asparagus, lemon curd, quinine and straw all carrying through seamlessly on the long, invigorating finish. This beautiful wine transcends the vintage. *Top 100 Wines of 2010, Collectibles* (JM)" (07/2010)
Current Bid: $250.00

Bid on this 4-bottle tasting lot; including 1-bottle of 2004 Domaine des Baumard Quarts de Chaume (95RP, 94W&S, 94WS, 90ST), 1-bottle of 2006 Domaine Cordier Pere et Fils Pouilly Fuisse "Vieilles Vignes", 1-bottle of 2007 Domaine Serge Dagueneau et Filles Pouilly-Fume Les Pentes, and 1-bottle of 2011 Domaine Andre Moingeon & Fils Puligny-Montrachet. Of the 2004 Domaine des Baumard Quarts de Chaume, Wine Advocate writes: "The Baumard 2004 Quarts de Chaume reflects painstaking, multiple pickings of perfectly botrytized fruit, with plenty of gold-green grapes to insure juiciness, vivacity and flux. An intense and complex aromatic mingling of candied grapefruit and pineapple, quince jelly, pear drops, white raisin, musk and truffle leads to a palate of intense richness yet buoyant elegance and transparency to mineral, floral and spice nuances. (DS)" (08/2007)
Starting Bid: $100.00

91 points Vinous: "This young Clos de la Coulée de Serrant is soft, round and mouthfilling. The fruit quality of the 2020 is concentrated and succulent without weight, but there's a light farmyardy character to the wine. Offering excellent grip and a fiery schist-derived finish. The alcohol (14.5%) is lightly warming but compared with some previous vintages, it's a little better judged. (RG)" (06/2022) K&L Notes: One of the most well-known proponents of natural winemaking. Joel B. Payne for Vinous writes: "If any producer has reached mythical status on...
Price: $810.00

92 points Wine Spectator: "Polished and elegant, with a mix of Granny Smith apple, kumquat and verbena notes underscored by flinty minerality and salted butter. Shows snappy acidity that offsets the concentration, while smoke wafts through the lengthy finish. (KB, Web-2023)" K&L Notes: Domaine Huët has been a leading force in the Vouvray appellation for quite sometime now, and today is regarded as one of the premier producers of Chenin Blanc in the Loire Valley, if not the world. Founded in 1928, the estate now covers 35 hectares, which are divided up b...
Price: $21.99

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