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  • The attack reveals an aromatic intensity with a remarkable fullness and the smooth, sweet flavours of white flowers, red fruits, caramel, and Tarte Tatin. The full, round, and refined texture in the initial attack, which is characteristic of the Louis Roederer Champagne House, is complemented by a winey—though not full-bodied—structure and a remarkable freshness, giving an impression of great finesse and strengthening the wine’s precision.

  • 39,99

    Following vinification courses in California and Oregon, Cyril joined his parents (Marie-Françoise & Charles) at the family estate in the early 2000s. Thus, the fifth generation enriched the know-how with an international vision. The Charles Audoin estate covers 15 hectares, including 14 hectares in the Marsannay appellation. These come in…

  • 36,99

    Following vinification courses in California and Oregon, Cyril joined his parents (Marie-Françoise & Charles) at the family estate in the early 2000s. Thus, the fifth generation enriched the know-how with an international vision. The Charles Audoin estate covers 15 hectares, including 14 hectares in the Marsannay appellation. These come in…

  • 33,99

    Following vinification courses in California and Oregon, Cyril joined his parents (Marie-Françoise & Charles) at the family estate in the early 2000s. Thus, the fifth generation enriched the know-how with an international vision. The Charles Audoin estate covers 15 hectares, including 14 hectares in the Marsannay appellation. These come in…

  • 37,99

    Following vinification courses in California and Oregon, Cyril joined his parents (Marie-Françoise & Charles) at the family estate in the early 2000s. Thus, the fifth generation enriched the know-how with an international vision. The Charles Audoin estate covers 15 hectares, including 14 hectares in the Marsannay appellation. These come in…

  • 41,99

    Following vinification courses in California and Oregon, Cyril joined his parents (Marie-Françoise & Charles) at the family estate in the early 2000s. Thus, the fifth generation enriched the know-how with an international vision. The Charles Audoin estate covers 15 hectares, including 14 hectares in the Marsannay appellation. These come in…

  • 84,99

    Following vinification courses in California and Oregon, Cyril joined his parents (Marie-Françoise & Charles) at the family estate in the early 2000s. Thus, the fifth generation enriched the know-how with an international vision. The Charles Audoin estate covers 15 hectares, including 14 hectares in the Marsannay appellation. These come in…

  • 38,70

    Following vinification courses in California and Oregon, Cyril joined his parents (Marie-Françoise & Charles) at the family estate in the early 2000s. Thus, the fifth generation enriched the know-how with an international vision. The Charles Audoin estate covers 15 hectares, including 14 hectares in the Marsannay appellation. These come in…

  • 21,00

    Following vinification courses in California and Oregon, Cyril joined his parents (Marie-Françoise & Charles) at the family estate in the early 2000s. Thus, the fifth generation enriched the know-how with an international vision. The Charles Audoin estate covers 15 hectares, including 14 hectares in the Marsannay appellation. These come in…

  • 74,80

    This micro-domain of 2.8ha only established in the heart of Meursault was constituted in 1929 from a plot of meursault 1er cru Les Cras. The wines rest in a cellar of the thirteenth century. A domaine that it is now important to follow as the quality of its wines increased in power. In 2017 the Cuvée Meursault 1er Cru les Cras presents a beautiful fat, with a beautiful tension, a magnificent wine and typical of the terroir, perfect value for money.

  • 1.475,00

    94-96pts  – the 2018 Montrachet Grand Cru was showing brilliantly, soaring from the glass with aromas of vine blossom, pear, golden orchard fruit and warm bread. Full-bodied, multidimensional and layered, it’s concentrated and complete, with a sumptuous core of concentrated fruit and a precise, elegantly fragrant finish .The wine advocate 

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  • 3.150,00

    ….absolutely no heaviness, indeed the acid support is such that this remains impeccably well-balanced on the hugely long and palate staining finish…. Burghound.com/ Tasted: Oct 15, 2014

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  • 10.800,00

    Jean-Claude Ramonet’s 2015 Montrachet Grand Cru is exquisite, wafting from the glass with a youthful bouquet of lime, lemon pith, toasted nuts, pastry cream and fresh mint. On the palate, the wine combines the amplitude and texture of the Bâtard with the incisiveness and energy of the Chevalier, its glossy, multidimensional attack followed by a deep, limpid mid-palate and a long, penetrating finish. 2020 – 2040. The wine advocate 

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  • 645,00

    “An authentic masterpiece! This wine should be regarded as the yardstick by which all other Burgundies should be judged. The colour has a splendid golden sheen. On the nose, a multitude of aromas are a pleasure to discover: floral notes of lily of the valley, peach blossom, exotic fruit, honey, grilled almonds, even exotic woods at times. On the palate, the structure is dominated by a harmonious roundness which never imparts any heaviness. The aftertaste is exceptionally long and enhances the finesse of the whole. A glorious symphony of sensations!”.

    Tasting note by Véronique Boss-Drouhin

  • Mumm Cordon Rosé has intense fruit aromas – fresh strawberries,
    cherries and redcurrants – with a swirling undercurrent
    of vanilla and caramel. Lively, energetic and perfectly dry in the attack, revealing hints
    of summer fruits yet with an unexpected arrow of precision
    running right through to the long savoury finish.

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    1.490,00

    The only Grand Cru white wine of Côte de Nuits… It is its famous red clay soil less calcareous than in its neighbours that gives the Musigny wines their legendary elegance. The Comte Georges de Vogüé estate has 7.2 hectares of the 10.77 hectares of the grand cru. As authorized by the decree of the appellation, he cultivates on 0.66 hectares chardonnay to produce the mythical white Musigny. He is thus the only producer of the only grand cru blanc de côte de Nuits. White musigny is a unique chardonnay, which is like no other. It has the material and concentration of the great whites of Beaune and the mineral power of the great windfalls. An absolute myth.

  • 16.975,00

    The Musigny from Domaine Georges Roumier is one of the most rare mythical wines from Burgundy. With an annual production of around 350 bottles per year it often reaches stratospheric prices on the secondary market rivalling some of the most expensive bottles from DRC.

     

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  • 54,99

    With only 2400 bottles produced per year, an EXCEPTIONAL work! A dry red wine to be served at a temperature of 16°C – 17°C
    The nose reveals red fruits and spicy aromas. The mouth is fruity, juicy, well-balanced, gourmet, elegant, precise and shows a sweetness as freshness.
    You can serve it with meat in sauce (boeuf bourguignon) or with cheeses with character (epoisses, brillat-savarin … )
    To drink ideally within 8-10 years but o potential to keep of 15-20 years.

  • 595,00

    The 2014 Pavillon Blanc du Chateau Margaux has quite an intense bouquet with aromas of honeysuckle and orange blossom… The palate is fresh and vibrant… Lively and vivacious, it doles out enticing notes of dried apricot, pineapple, white peach and fennel, fanning out with abandonment on the persistent finish. What a great Pavillon Blanc! This comes recommended. (93 pts, Drink Date 2019 – 2035, Neal Martin)

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  • Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque champagne is an icon of the House, the original Belle Epoque cuvée to appear adorned with the legendary spray of Japanese white anemones created by Emile Gallé in 1902. Produced only in years when, in the judgment of Cellar Master Hervé Deschamps, the seasons have aligned perfectly, it is a captivating demonstration, not only of the art of blending, but also of the exceptional quality of the Perrier-Jouët vineyard. Testifying to the rarity of this cuvée, less than 30 vintages of Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque champagne have been produced to date.

    Composition: 50% Chardonnay, 45% Pinot Noir, 5% Meunier

  • 49,99

    Perrier-Jouët Grand Brut is unwaveringly true to the House style with its floral and fruity profile, refined elegance and delicate complexity. It is a blend of 40% each Pinot Noir and Meunier with 20% Chardonnay, exhibting delicious flavours of Mirabelle plum, lemon and honey. It would pair beautifully with tempura prawns.

  • 255,00

    92pts  – The 2018 Puligny-Montrachet 1er Cru Champ Canet has turned out nicely, wafting from the glass with an inviting bouquet of pear, citrus pith, toasted almonds, white flowers and wet limestone. Medium to full-bodied, layered and textural, it’s lively and saline, with good depth at the core. The wine advocate 

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  • 255,00

    91pts  – The 2018 Puligny-Montrachet 1er Cru Les Perrières has turned out nicely in bottle, unfurling in the glass with scents of white flowers, citrus zest, crisp Anjou pear, white peach and beeswax. Medium-bodied, lively and mineral, it’s fine-boned and elegant, with tangy acids and a saline finish. The wine advocate 

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  • 555,00

    92pts  – A fine effort, the 2018 Puligny-Montrachet 1er Cru Clavoillon wafts from the glass with notes of white flowers, crisp yellow orchard fruit, fresh pastry and blanched almonds. Medium to full-bodied, bright and precise, it’s elegant and fine-boned, with—as I observed last year—none of the blockiness of yesteryear’s Clavoillon. The wine advocate 

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