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2017 Alain Corcia Bourgogne Rouge
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Alain Corcia founded his négociant company back in 1983. Originally focused on bottling Burgundy, they expanded their grower relationships to include wines from the Rhône, Bordeaux and even Champagne. Our relationship with Alain goes back over three decades, and he and his wife Patricia have supplied us with some of our greatest values from their respective regions. As a négociant, Mr. Corcia is very hands-on with the wines, making each one in its home region and choosing not to blend across appellations, all the better to reflect each wine's true terroi...
Price: $14.99

Writing in Vinous, Stephen Tanzer reported: "The very warm, dry growing season of 2015 yielded Burgundy’s fleshiest, most opulent white wines since at least 2009. The 2015 whites are clean, pure and rich, favoring ripe orchard and soft citrus fruits over minerality, as is typical of very warm, sunny years." (09/2016) This blanc by Jean Claude is a solid, everyday white Burgundy that captures the essence of the vintage.
Price: $11.99

2017 Domaine Bart Marsannay Rouge "Les Echezots"
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Allen Meadows - Burghound: "Firm reduction masks the underlying fruit today. Otherwise there is good punch and lovely detail to the more mineral-inflected flavors that aren't especially complex but they are quite refreshing and the finish is well-balanced. We'll see if it can add more depth but again, this is very pretty and well crafted." (01/2019)
Price: $29.99

2017 Domaine Bart "Les Finottes" Marsannay Rouge
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Allen Meadows - Burghound: "Soft wood sets off earthy and humus-suffused aromas of forest floor and dark berry fruit. There is good freshness and vitality to the delicious flavors that possess reasonable depth and persistence. This is light but pretty and should drink well young." (01/2019) K&L Notes: Thanks to sandy soils, this wine is particularly aromatic, and the fruit profile is soft and inviting. Pierre Bart, the current generation owner and winemaker at Domaine Bart, treats this wine to no new oak, using only concrete and older oak barrels to sh...
Price: $29.99

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2017 Chateau de la Maltroye Bourgogne Blanc
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Allen Meadows - Burghound: "A smoky nose reveals notes of straw, ripe pear and plenty of petrol influence. There is both good vibrancy and solid volume to the delicious and focused flavors that conclude in a clean, dry and crisp finish that is quite refreshing. This nicely complex offer should drink well early and with a few years of bottle age on it. *Outstanding, Top Value*" (06/2019)
Price: $29.99

2017 Olivier Leflaive Bourgogne Blanc "Les Sétilles"
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91 points James Suckling: "As always a fresh and clean white with sliced cooked apples, lemons, some mango and a hint of stone. Medium-bodied, clean and bright. Drink now." (01/2019) 90 points Decanter: "No fewer than 65 parcels go into this commendably reliable cuvée, sourced from vineyards in Rully, Meursault, Puligny-Montrachet and the Hautes Côtes. It's lightly wooded, appealingly fresh and showing good citrus-like ping. (TA)" (10/2017) Wine Spectator: "This is bright, showing lemon, apple and light spice notes on a sleek frame. Leaves a mouthwat...

2017 Jacques Bavard Bourgogne Blanc
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Allen Meadows writes: "Jacques Bavard is a former Paris restaurateur and a fifth generation Puligny winemaker. He lives in the old stone house of his grandfather on the Grand Rue. However, he is not farming his family vines but has become a micro-négoce working closely with several growers. Bavard prefers early picking since he believes Burgundy needs nervous energy to better display its terroir. He works with a mix of conventionally-sized barrels (and with 350 liter barrels) with the goal of obtaining more volume on the mid-palate but with less wood inf...
Price: $24.99

2017 Vignerons des Terres Secretes Macon Verze "Croix Jarrier"
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90 points Decanter: "Open, generous creamy stone fruit aromas lead to concentrated citrus freshness and a tangy, saline attack. Complex, rounded and textural." (06/2019) K&L Notes: A winemaking cooperative in the Mâconnais comprising members who seek out the most "secret" plots of earth to make their distinctive wines. The Mâcon-Verzé is 100% Chardonnay.

2016 Jacques Bavard Auxey-Duresses Rouge
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Maison Jacques Bavard is a tiny negociant producer in Puligny-Montrachet. He comes from a long line of winegrowers, and is dedicated to working with organic and biodynamic growers. We found him a few years ago on a tip, and found the purity of his wines to be most impressive. Thanks to importing his wines directly, we have them available at a very modest price.
Price: $27.99

Allen Meadows - Burghound: "This is more deeply pitched still with a classic Nuits nose of earth, game and underbrush adding nuance to the dark berry fruit aromas that complement the rich, round and equally earthy flavors that possess good acid/fruit/tannin balance and solid length fashioned in a forward and relatively accessible package." (04/2007)
Price: $59.99

96 points Allen Meadows - Burghound: "The magnificently pure and airy essence of notably ripe dark pinot fruit, cassis and menthol remains reserved and cool with its exceptionally rich, classy, sweet and vibrant mineral-driven and large-scaled flavors that are shaped by powerful if buried tannins. While magnificently long, this stunning Ducster is completely shut down at present and it would be a vinous crime to open one at this very early point in its development as the '05 is built for the very long haul, indeed 20 years may be too soon. In my view, th...

2017 Jacques Bavard Bourgogne Rouge
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Allen Meadows writes: "Jacques Bavard is a former Paris restaurateur and a fifth generation Puligny winemaker. He lives in the old stone house of his grandfather on the Grand Rue. However, he is not farming his family vines but has become a micro-négoce working closely with several growers. Bavard prefers early picking since he believes Burgundy needs nervous energy to better display its terroir. He works with a mix of conventionally-sized barrels (and with 350 liter barrels) with the goal of obtaining more volume on the mid-palate but with less wood inf...
Price: $24.99

2017 Vignerons des Terres Secretes Macon Milly-Lamartine Blanc
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A winemaking cooperative in the Mâconnais comprising members who seek out the most "secret" plots of earth to make their distinctive wines. 100% Chardonnay from the appellation of Milly-Lamartine and described by the winery as an "intense and generous wine."
Price: $14.99

2018 Nuiton-Beaunoy Hautes Cotes de Nuits Rouge
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Formed in 1957 by a small group of growers in the village of Orches in the Hautes-Côtes de Beaune region, Nuiton-Beaunoy has grown to now represent more than 80 growers and operates a co-op winery Cave des Hautes-Côtes. Winery notes: "Purple colour with hints of ruby. With a hint of spice, the nose reveals the scent of raspberry and blackcurrant, with a definite hint of minerality. The perfect expression of its origins, the wine is pure and fresh on the palate."
Price: $15.99

2017 Domaine Dupre Bourgogne Rouge
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It's a bit difficult to uncover great red Burgundy values for under $20, but here's a fun and fresh red with crunchy red fruit, a pinch of spice, and cola notes to round out this tasty little value. The family farm at Domaine Dupre was created in the 1950s. At the time, it was more focused on mixed farming, raising livestock, and working a few parcels of vines (approximately 3 hectares). By the late 1980s, it had gradually switched to viticulture. Jean-Christophe Dupre joined the business in 1990, followed by Vincent Dupre in 1994. By then the estate ...
Price: $17.99


97 points James Suckling: "Maison Louis Latour is one of the largest holders of vineyards in the region of Corton-Charlemagne, comprising 9.46 hectares of the total of just over 52 hectares. I have always been a great fan of Latour’s Corton-Charlemagne, especially the wines of the top vintages of the1980s. I have some bottles of 1989 in my cellar that are drinking beautifully now. They are still fresh and minerally with a creamy, vanilla and light tropical fruit character. I think the 2009 is very much in the same style as 1989. I love the 2009 Louis Lat...

Allen Meadows - Burghound: "A classic Meursault nose of hazelnut, white peach and soft pear aromas gives way to fresh, vibrant and energetic middle weight flavors that culminate in a lingering if mildly bitter finish. My note assumes that the bitterness will quickly dissipate as I suspect that it's sulfur-related." (01/2011) Wine Spectator: "Loosely knit, featuring baked apple and grapefruit flavors with a touch of spice. This is rich, just lacks focus, ending with echoes of apple and spice. Drink now through 2014. (BS)" (02/2012)
Price: $44.99

Château de la Charrière is one of our most popular direct import producers and a label that easily represents the best bang for your buck we carry in Burgundy. Formerly run by Yves Girardin, the business is now run by his young son Benoit, who definitely has modernized the winemaking a bit since his first vintage in 2011. Whereas the wines were a bit funky and rustic previously, the past few vintages are much cleaner.
Price: $29.99

Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Faiveley's 2016 Bourgogne Pinot Noir reveals a lovely bouquet of ripe cherries, grilled meats and woodsmoke, framed by a light touch of reduction that rapidly dissipates in the glass. On the palate, it's medium to full-bodied, rich and fleshy, with juicy acids and youthfully chewy structuring tannins. It's a hearty, successful effort in a vintage that didn't always lend itself to generic Bourgogne, which tended to be hit hard by frost. (WK)" (04/2019) Wine Spectator: "Rich, sporting black cherry and blackberry flavors, a...
Price: $19.99

Wine Spectator: "A compact style, offering lemon, apple and light spice flavors that take on a tactile feel on the finish. Offers just a hint of citrus peel bitterness for lift. Drink now. (BS, Web Only-2018)" Allen Meadows - Burghound: "This is aromatically similar to the Sétilles but with even more citrus influence that continues onto the tighter and more complex flavors that terminating in youthfully austere and sneaky long finish. This is a very good Bourgogne though it's one that will need at least a year or two of bottle age first. *Outstanding*" ...
Price: $22.99

2017 Domaine Anne Parent Bourgogne Rouge
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Vinous: "The 2017 Bourgogne Pinot Noir had been racked just before harvest. It is 100% de-stemmed with no new oak. The pretty bouquet features brambly red and black fruit. The palate is medium-bodied with slightly chewy tannin and good backbone. (NM)" (01/2019)
Price: $26.99

John Gilman: "The Lafouge family’s 2017 Bourgogne rouge is a very good example, offering up a bright bouquet of cherries, quince, a fine base of soil, woodsmoke and a gentle topnote of roses. On the palate the wine is full-bodied, nicely soil-driven and tangy, with a solid core and just a bit of ripe tannin perking up the quite long finish. These vines are directly across the RN-74 from the vines of the Château de Pommard as one enters into Pommard from Beaune. Good juice." (12/2018)
Price: $23.99

Maison Jacques Bavard is a tiny negociant producer in Puligny-Montrachet. He comes from a long line of winegrowers, and is dedicated to working with organic and biodynamic growers. We found him a few years ago on a tip, and found the balance and freshness of his wines to be most impressive. Thanks to importing his wines directly, we have them available at a very modest price. It's been 20+ years since Christine and Jacques Bavard quit the restaurant business in Paris. They've since returned to Burgundy to devote their lives and time to making beautiful w...
Price: $34.99

89-91 points Allen Meadows - Burghound: "Moderate wood stops short of fighting with the essence of dark pinot fruit and evident sauvage nuances. The rich but punchy medium-bodied flavors flash noticeable minerality on the sleek, precise and delicious finish that is shaped by firm but not hard or rustic tannins though even so, some patience will be necessary." (01/2019)

95 points James Suckling: "Bright and intense with blackberry, blueberry, and lemon rind. Full-bodied, yet tight with tannin tension and form. Mineral and Asian mushroom too, plus a bright finish. Just about ready. Love tasting this. " (06/2015)
Price: $129.99

An amazing value sourced from vineyards near Mâcon and Pouilly-Fuissé, this wine is a tribute to Jean-Jacques Vincent, who managed Château Fuissé for 40 years. The 2017 J.J. Vincent Bourgogne Blanc is 70% vinified in stainless steel, with the remaining 30% seeing six months in oak barrels. The resulting wine is fresh and lively, with nuanced flavors of vanilla and fresh orchard apples. The wine has nice density and persistence, with a long, elegant finish. This is the ideal Bourgogne blanc that allows you to drink like a Parisian without breaking the b...
Price: $17.99

92 points James Suckling: "his is impressive from the outset with a wealth of white peaches and melon, as well as green mangoes and subtle hazelnut notes. The palate has a very long, fresh delivery of fine and open-knit peaches and lemons. Plush and open. Drinking well already." (01/2019) 92 points Wine Spectator: "Features a sleek core, revealing lemon, apple and baking spice flavors, with soft touches around the edges. This white emphasizes structure and lemon and spice notes on the finish. Drink now through 2024. (BS)" (08/2019) 91 points Vinous: ...

In Domaine Faiveley's large portfolio of wines, their Mercureys are known as providing excellent value for money. According to the winery, the grapes for this wine are harvested and sorted by hand and the proportion of de-stemmed grapes and whole clusters varies depending on the vintage. The wines are pumped over twice daily and after fermenting for 15 to 19 days the free-run wine is run off using a gravity system. The wines are aged for 12 months in French oak barrels, (10% of which are new oak) which have been selected for their fine grain and moderate...
Price: $23.99

Château de la Maltroye is a Burgundian wine estate in Chassagne-Montrachet, boasting a superb 18th century château sitting on top of cellars dating back to the 1400s. Quality has increased greatly since the early 1990s when Jean-Pierre Cornut took over the estate. Allen Meadows of Bourghound says: "Jean-Pierre Cournut had evident relief in his voice when he told me that the 2017 'growing season was so much easier than the seriously difficult 2016 season that had us chasing our tails for most of it. … The fruit was clean and ripe and required almost no ch...
Price: $17.99

91-94 points Allen Meadows - Burghound: "100% from vines in Aloxe and all domaine fruit. The majority of wines in the range have been expressive and open yet this is tight and backward to the point of reticence yet it is still beautifully elegant with green apple and acacia blossom aromas that merge seamlessly into stunningly rich, full and powerful flavors that possess real drive and punch on the penetrating finish that is chiseled and almost painfully intense. We'll see the final result once it's in bottle but this would appear to have terrific potenti...

2017 Domaine Faiveley Mercurey 1er Cru "Clos des Myglands"
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93 points Wine Spectator: "A tangy, succulent style, this red exhibits cherry, raspberry, currant, spice and stony mineral aromas and flavors. Elegant and linear, extending on the long, fruit-stained aftertaste. (BS, Web Only-2019)" 92 points James Suckling: "This combines red-berry perfume with some earthy power. Pretty concentrated and complex wine for the appellation, the rather polished tannins giving it nice textural complexity. Long and generous, but cool and slightly salty finish. " (01/2019) 91 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "From a si...

90 points John Gilman: "The 2017 Auxey-Duresses rouge is a very strong villages. The nose is pure and complex, delivering a fine blend of red and black cherries, raw cocoa, chalky soil tones, gamebird, woodsmoke and a touch of vanillin oak. On the palate the wine is deep, full-bodied and impressively transparent in personality, with a good sappy core, lovely purity and bounce, modest tannins and a long, soil-driven finish. Good juice that will age very nicely, yet drink with serious generosity with only a couple of years in the cellar. Drink through 2045...

88-91 points Vinous: "Good full red. Lovely perfumed aromas of red fruits, minerals, licorice and leather. Smooth entry, then suave and vibrant, with a restrained sweetness and better retention of primary fruit than the Combe aux Moines. Fresh and nicely delineated. Finishes with fine, late tannins and very good fruit. (ST)" (03/2002)

91 points Wine Spectator: "Fine depth of flavor and juicy cherry fruit mark this red. Licorice, plum, spice and stone notes complement the core of ripe cherry. Harmonious enough to enjoy now. (BS)" (07/2019) K&L Notes: Neal Martin writes: "I asked Erwan Faiveley for his opinion on the wines. Is it a bona fide great vintage? 'The 2017 is a classic vintage,' he replied. 'The wines are well balanced. I think it will be considered very good, maybe a little modern in style, like 2007 or 2011, but the wines are deeper and fresher than those. It’s a good vint...

Joseph Drouhin's Côte de Beaune-Villages bottling is a highly selective blend of only a handful of villages in this section of the Côte d'Or. Winemaker Veronique Drouhin's notes: "This wine is both simple and elegant. A nice purple colour. Delicate red fruit aromas on the nose. This is a great example of what the Pinot Noir grape can produce on the Burgundian terroir."
Price: $29.99

2017 Domaine Jean Grivot Vosne Romanee 1er Cru "Les Beaux Monts"
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95 points Decanter: "Les Beaux Monts is situated next to Aux Brûlées but makes a very different style of wine in the Grivots' hands. This is chalky, racy and energetic, with subtle reduction, fine-grained tannins and a finish that lingers on the tongue. (TA)" (10/2018) 92-94 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2017 Vosne-Romanée 1er Cru Les Beaux Monts is also showing very well, offering up aromas of sweet Asian spices, rose petal, plums, cassis and dark chocolate. On the palate, the wine is medium to full-bodied, with good depth and dimension, ...

90-93 points Vinous: "Bright light yellow. Sexy oak-spicy lift to the subtle aromas of nectarine and white peach, plus a captivating floral topnote. A step up in concentration of material over the foregoing wines but still a medium-bodied wine with very good precision. This will need time to absorb its oak element. Finishes dusty and lightly saline, with nicely integrated acidity and good length. Elsa Matrot noted that the Garenne fruit brings the acidity to this blend. (ST)" (09/2018) 91 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2017 Puligny-Montrach...

88-90 points Allen Meadows - Burghound: "A moderately toasty and more deeply pitched nose is comprised by essence of plum, dark cherry and freshly turned earth. There is much better volume and richness to the caressing and velvet-textured flavors that display touches of austerity and rusticity on the more structured finale." (01/2019)

This vineyard, located just above the RN 74, next a beautiful row of trees lining the route, has very stobny soil, and some of the oldest vines in the commune, as it was one of the fist to be replanted after phylloxera. Notes from Allen Meadows' Burghound: "[This domaine has] a policy of releasing wines after several years in bottle and sometimes, after several decades. The history of the domaine is an interesting one and in a sense, is a microcosm of Burgundian succession issues. The domaine was originally founded by Alexandre Gaunoux in 1885 and the vi...
Price: $69.99

96 points James Suckling: "This is a formidable white that grows on the palate with dried apples, pears, lemons and hints of lime. Full-bodied, tight and focused. This is a tight and powerful wine. Phenolic and bright. This is an ager as always. Get it on release. " (02/2018) 93 points Wine Spectator: "Ripe and creamy, offering lemon cake, floral and peach flavors, shaded by oak spice. Subtle, yet builds to a long, complex finish. The tangy aftertaste echoes lemon, mineral and spice notes. Best from 2020 through 2029. (BS)" (12/2018) 92 points Robert...

One of the best value producers in all of Burgundy is Frédéric Esmonin, guaranteed to put a smile on your face and not max out your credit. According to the importer, "Domaine Frédéric Esmonin, from Burgundy's Gevrey-Chambertain appellation, is a true family collaboration that consists of Frederic, his father, André, and his mother, Michele. They have been farming their 10-acres of family vineyards for generations and selling their fruit to the likes of Drouhin, Jadot, and Leroy. (In fact, some of the very great wines from Leroy in the 1950's are believe...
Price: $23.99

2017 Chateau de la Maltroye Chassagne Montrachet 1er Cru
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89-92 points Vinous: "Bright yellow. Pungent mineral-driven aromas of menthol and crushed stone. Fine-grained and concentrated, with a lovely touch of sweetness supported by impeccable acid balance. A bit reduced today but already conveys excellent breadth and an impression of rocky density. Finishes with lovely length and lift. (I also sampled the two main components of Jean-Pierre Cournut's village Chassagne but it was too early to get an accurate idea of the ultimate blend. The sample from the Puligny side showed lovely citrus and mineral cut and refi...

From the winery: "The Château de Maltroye is a wonderfully restored bourgeois house. Built in the 18th century over the burnt-out ruin of a previous (15th century) building; the beautiful vaulted cellars date from that older house. It is a real compliment to the current owner, Jean-Pierre Cornut. The domaine today covers around 15 hectares – 2 of which are Santenay, the rest is Chassagne, 40% of the total is red. Jean-Pierre points to the change of fashion: both the Clos St.Jean and Boudriottes were at one time almost all pinot noir. Jean-Pierre restrict...
Price: $39.99

90 points Wine Spectator: "Between the coffee, biscuit and toasty oak notes, this could be breakfast. Apple flavors and a subtle mineral element cruise through the finish. Drink now through 2023." (08/2018)

2016 Domaine Philippe Bouzereau Bourgogne Blanc "Chateau de Citeaux"
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Wine Spectator: "Grapefruit, beeswax and bread dough flavors are framed by spicy oak. Picks up a lemon note as this finishes on the tart side. (BS, Web Only-2018)"
Price: $19.99

91-94 points Vinous: "(Cournut describes these old vines--60 years old, on average--as 'the best expression of Morgeot,' adding that they produce a fatter style of wine): Complex, inviting aromas of white peach, lemon and minerals. Intense flavors of fresh peach and apricot show a lovely supple texture as well as firm supporting minerality, with a note of sweet oak adding appeal. Finishes sappy, smooth and long, with terrific fruity persistence. I could drink this tonight! Clearly an outstanding vintage for this cuvée. (The Chassagne-Montrachet Clos du C...

92 points James Suckling: "The very spicy perfumed nose draws you into this rich wine. Shows a hint of earth and quite substantial tannins,which are already beautifully integrated. The finish long and rather sophisticated. " (02/2018) 90 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "A domaine bottling for Faiveley, the 2016 Gevrey-Chambertin Vieilles Vignes bursts from the glass with a rich and wild bouquet of grilled meats, earthy cassis, red cherries, spices and rose petals. On the palate, it's medium to full-bodied, fleshy and muscular, with a succulent co...

92 points Wine Enthusiast: "Fermented and aged in wood, this is a rich wine. Its spice, ripe pineapple and mango flavors and dense texture show intense freshness as well as layers of toast, a complex texture and a short aging potential. Drink from 2021. (RV)" (12/2019) 89-91 points Allen Meadows - Burghound: "A much more elegant nose reflects notes of acacia blossom white peach, essence of spiced pear and hints of mandarin and oak. There is fine richness to the generously proportioned but well-focused medium-bodied flavors that terminate in a driving, ...

2017 Chateau de la Maltroye Chassagne Montrachet 1er Cru "Clos du Chateau"
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90 points Allen Meadows - Burghound: "A very pungent nose is composed by notes of petrol, smoke and sulfur that are enough to bury the fruit at present so I would suggest decanting this first if you’re tempted to try a bottle young. Otherwise there is good punch if only average density to the delicious and appealingly stony medium weight flavors that terminate in a dry, clean and citrusy finish." (06/2019)