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Bid on this bottle of 2011 Bernard Boisson-Vadot Meursault 1er Cru "Genevrières". Bernard's children, Pierre and Anne, who now work the Boisson-Vadot vineyards and oversee winemaking also produce under their own labels separately. William Kelly of Wine Advocate wrote this of Bernard: "In his day, Bernard Boisson was one of the village's latest harvesters, and his wines only spent a year on the lees: much of the production was sold to the négociants. With Pierre's arrival at the domaine some fifteen years ago, that has changed dramatically: the domaine has returned, as Bernard puts it, to do things as they were done in his grandfather's era. That means early harvesting, little débourbage, long sur lie élevage ranging from 19 to 22 months, and restrained use of new oak—up to 30%, largely from Saint-Romain's Tonnellerie Gillet. The entire production is now bottled without filtration."
Starting Bid: $460.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 2007 Domaine Pierre Morey Meursault "Tessons" (92W&S, 92WE, 91RP). Wine Enthusiast: "The aromas are earthy, rich in moist soil. The palate is just as rich, a full, opulent wine powered with yellow fruits and a light touch of spice. (RV)" (07/2010)
Starting Bid: $100.00

Bid on this bottle of 2011 Bernard Boisson-Vadot Meursault "Les Chevalières". Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2011 Meursault Les Chevalières from Bernard Boisson-Vadot has a well-defined bouquet, yet there is a hint of SO2 shaving off some delineation. Still, underneath you can discern attractive scents of grilled walnut and spice that open nicely with aeration. The palate is taut and fresh, perhaps a little shrill for my liking, with green apple and bitter lemon on the rather punchy and lively finish. (NM)" (11/2014)
Starting Bid: $211.00

Bid on this bottle of 2014 Domaine Roulot Meursault 1er Cru "Clos des Bouchères" ((93-94JG), 93VN). John Gilman: "The 2014 Clos des Bouchères had only been filtered the day before my visit, but it seemed relatively unaffected and its quality was pretty self-evident. The nose wafts from the glass in a very elegant blend of lime blossoms, chalky minerality, pear, apple, almond, a touch of iodine and a touch of vanillin oak. On the palate the wine is pure, full-bodied and nicely soil-driven in personality, with a good core, fine focus and grip and impressive energy on the long finish. Structurally, this seemed just a touch laid back, but I have to believe that is a result of its filtration." (03/2016)
Starting Bid: $265.00

Bid on this bottle of 2012 Coche Dury Meursault Les Rougeots (92RP, 91BH). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2013 Meursault Les Rougeots has a very pure bouquet with subtle scents of tangerine, lemon curd, limestone and yellow flowers. The palate is spicy, racy on the entry with plenty of spice racing around the finish. This is a feisty Rougeots cut from the same cloth as the Genevrières ’12, with plenty of depth and concentration. (NM)" (06/2015)
Starting Bid: $713.88

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 2016 Fabien Coche Meursault 1er Cru "Perrières". William Kelley writes in Wine Advocate: "Domaine Fabien Coche...is one of the most underrated sources of high-quality white Burgundy in the Côte de Beaune. Alain Coche took his time, leaving his wines on the lees to mature at a leisurely pace for two winters, and produced classically balanced, textbook Meursault that evolved beautifully in the cellar; today, his son Fabien follows suit, with a few small refinements: today, the Coche harvest takes two weeks, not one, with each parcel brought in at optimal maturity, and there are more larger-format barrels in the cellar alongside the regular Burgundian pièces. These are not stylized, flashy wines, and they aren’t as dramatic as some of the region’s more sought-after domaines on release, but readers with the patience to cellar them will be amply rewarded." (5/2019)
Starting Bid: $200.00

Bid on this 4-bottle lot of 2017 Lucien Le Moine Meursault 1er Cru "Les Charmes". Lucien Le Moine has been one of the most lauded and discussed négociant producers in Burgundy in the last decade or so, and for good reason. Translated as "Light of the Monk", the label was started by Mounir Saouma and his wife, Rotem, in 1999. Working from exclusively grands and premiers crus vineyards, their line-up is deep, broad, and enviable in every sense. With up to 30 or more wines in a given vintage, Maison Lucien Le Moine offers a veritable top-to-bottom study of the Côte d'Or. The "Charmes" premier cru is one of the largest in Meursault, with a wide range of styles in the resulting wines depending on which part of the vineyard the fruit comes from. Mounir's iteration is from the upper part of the cru, where the wine emerges as softly elegant with a beautifully rich, floral character.
Starting Bid: $460.00

Bid on this bottle of 2013 J.-F. Coche Dury Meursault 1er Cru "Les Chevalieres" (91BH). Allen Meadows - Burghound: "As is often the case this is even more aromatically elegant with its cool and relatively high-tone nose of citrus, green apple, acacia blossom and mineral reduction aromas. There is an almost aggressive minerality to the lighter weight flavors that display cuts-like-a-knife delineation on the racy and wonderfully complex finale that is presently tight as a drum. This is absolutely textbook Chevalières though once again, plenty of patience will be required. *Outstanding*" (06/2016)
Starting Bid: $745.00

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