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Domaine Michel Gros

Domaine Michel Gros Clos de Vougeot Grand Maupertuis Grand Cru 2020 750ml

Domaine Michel Gros Clos de Vougeot Le Grand Maupertuis Grand Cru 2020 Rich yet structured, lacy yet succulent, Michel Gros’ Clos de Vougeot makes the most of its sunny, low-production vintage with... its texture, profound perfume, and sneaky complexity. Loads of juicy berry fruit mingle with peppery spices, fresh earth, tea leaves, and warm wood. For all the silky richness of this wine, it feels nimble and super-fresh; tannins crackle, acidity snaps, and you want to cellar this wine for a couple of years for optimum drinking.
$299.00In Stock
Domaine Faiveley

Domaine Faiveley Mazis-Chambertin Grand Cru 2002 750ml

Domaine Faiveley Mazis-Chambertin Grand Cru 2002

When Faiveley released its 2002 Mazis-Chambertin, the estate called the wine the “epitome of elegance.” Now with more than... two decades of age, this wine shows all the best attributes of a mature Burgundy. Forest floor, black tea, roasted game, black truffles, and wild herbs frame the juicy red fruits, exotic spices, and dried flowers in this graceful, muscular wine. Tannins feel silky in this beautifully harmonious wine, minerality and dusty fruits retain energy into the lingering finish. 
$299.00In Stock
Claude Dugat La Gibryotte

Claude Dugat La Gibryotte Charmes-Chambertin Grand Cru 2015 750ml

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About Domaine Claude Dugat

A true cult Burgundy estate, Domaine Claude Dugat has less than 15 acres of vines in the Côte de Nuits, and they own only half, and the estate... tends their vines so that they produce very small, very concentrated berries. These small, concentrated berries make for intense, detailed, concentrated Burgundies, and these Burgundies bring Domaine Claude Dugat a legion of fans. Founded in 1955 when Maurice Dugat, Claude’s father, purchased the Grange des Dimes, a stone building built in 1219 to house the tithings of local farmers, but it entered its modern era in 1991, when Claude assumed control of the estate, immediately impressing the wine world with his skills. Claude has handed off the day-to-day running of his estate to his son, Bertrand, and his two daughters, Laetitia and Jeanne. Bertrand has strayed little from his father’s Burgundy styling, and the organic Domaine Claude Duget, as well as the family’s smaller négociant arm, La Gibryotte, continue to craft tremendous Burgundy wines in tantalizingly small quantities.
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Lucien Le Moine

Lucien Le Moine Batard-Montrachet Grand Cru 2016 750ml

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Maison Lucien Le Moine

Founded in 1999, this small very high-end négociant house in the Côte d’Or has made a lot of noise in the world of elite Burgundy. Husband-and-wife... team Mounir and Rotem Saouma are committed to releasing no more than 100 barrels — or 2,500 cases — of wine each vintage, and they make only premier or grand cru Burgudny. For some time, Maison Lucien Le Moine grew no grapes, and it pressed no wine, but in 2006, the estate purchased 20 acres in Châteauneuf and Côtes du Rhône-Villages. Lucien Le Moine makes Burgundy in an idiosyncratic fashion — by raising barrels of grand and premier cru wines according to exacting standards of élévage that include lengthy time on augmented lees for whites or year-long undisturbed aging in amphorae for reds. Working closely with growers, Lucien Le Moine produces one to three barrels from each cru, and the crus shift with each vintage. Together, Mounir and Rotem do everything by hand, aging wines on their lees, never racking them, never using fining, filtration, additions or blending. Through this painstaking work, Lucien Le Moine has become, as Lucien has called it, “a library of Burgundy’s finest terroirs.”
$595.00In Stock
Nicolas Potel Maison Roche de Bellene

Nicolas Potel Maison Roche de Bellene Batard-Montrachet Grand Cru 2019 750ml

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About (Nicolas Potel) Maison Roche de Bellene

Nicolas Potel, son of the late, great vigneron Gérard Potel, who was director of the famed Pousse d'Or, founded his négoçiant... house Maison Nicolas Potel in 1996. However, in the early 2000s, Nicolas sold the négociant house, and he left shortly thereafter, thus losing the legal right to use his name for his business. By 2008, Nicolas had found both Domaine de Bellene, which bottles estate-grown wines, and Maison Roche de Bellene, which is a négociant house, both located in Beaune. At Maison Roche de Bellene, Nicolas concentrates on premier and grand cru wines that come from old or very old vines tended by trusted growers across Côte de Beaune and Côte de Nuits. Nicolas explores high quality, more affordable wines at Maison Roche de Bellene, and he has amassed a cult following of in-the-know Burgundy lovers with his terroir-driven red and white Burgundies.
$599.00In Stock
Maison Louis Latour

Louis Latour Montrachet Grand Cru 2010 750ml

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About Maison Louis Latour

One of the largest traditional estates in Burgundy, Louis Latour’s roots date to at least 1731. Over the past three centuries, the Latour family... has added to its first few acres, increasing its Aloxe-Corton holdings to more than 80 acres, and this producer now owns an impressive 27 acres in the Corton Charlemagne Grand Cru, the largest holding in the prized designation. In addition, Latour boasts vineyards in Corton’s Les Bressandes, Les Perrières, Les Grèves and Clos du Roi, as well as Cambertin and Romanée-St-Vivant, both Côte de Nuits grand cru designations, and Chevalier Montrachet Grand Cru, which is in the Côte de Beaune. Latour’s cuverie sits in Louis Latour’s original eighteenth-century manor house, and designed by the domaine’s namesake, this five-story enterprise has been entirely gravity-fed since its creation. Maison Louis Latour is currently run by Florent Latour, who took over after the sudden death of his brother, Louis-Fabrice, in 2022, and Jean-Charles Thomas serves as winemaker, overseeing Latour's largely traditional vinification and crafting of Latour’s more than 150 wines, an impressively reliable and captivating output.
$795.00In Stock
Lucien Le Moine

Lucien Le Moine Chevalier-Montrachet Grand Cru 2016 750ml

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Maison Lucien Le Moine

Founded in 1999, this small very high-end négociant house in the Côte d’Or has made a lot of noise in the world of elite Burgundy. Husband-and-wife... team Mounir and Rotem Saouma are committed to releasing no more than 100 barrels — or 2,500 cases — of wine each vintage, and they make only premier or grand cru Burgudny. For some time, Maison Lucien Le Moine grew no grapes, and it pressed no wine, but in 2006, the estate purchased 20 acres in Châteauneuf and Côtes du Rhône-Villages. Lucien Le Moine makes Burgundy in an idiosyncratic fashion — by raising barrels of grand and premier cru wines according to exacting standards of élévage that include lengthy time on augmented lees for whites or year-long undisturbed aging in amphorae for reds. Working closely with growers, Lucien Le Moine produces one to three barrels from each cru, and the crus shift with each vintage. Together, Mounir and Rotem do everything by hand, aging wines on their lees, never racking them, never using fining, filtration, additions or blending. Through this painstaking work, Lucien Le Moine has become, as Lucien has called it, “a library of Burgundy’s finest terroirs.”
$795.00In Stock
Domaine Comte Georges de Vogue

Domaine Comte Georges de Vogue Bonnes-Mares Grand Cru 2021 750ml

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About Comte de Vogüé

Comte de Vogüé can trace its roots to 1450, but even more impressive is that Comte de Vogüé holds an unwavering position as a leader in fine... Burgyndy wine. One of the most important, most influential, and most consistent Burgundy estates, Comte de Vogüé has a long and storied history, and today the twentieth generation of the Comte de Vogüé family, Claire de Causans and Marie de Ladoucette, the granddaughters of the late Comte Georges de Vogüé helm the estate with the aid of winemaker Jean Lupatelli, who took over in 2021 when François Millet left to start his own domaine. Housed in Chambolle-Musigny, Comte de Vogüé owns 17 acres of the famed Le Musigny vineyard, about 80% of Comte de Vogüé’s holdings, and the vines average 40 years of age. In addition, the domaine boasts prime holdings in Bonnes-Mares, Chambolle Amoureuses, and both premier cru and village-level Chambolle-Musigny. Utilizing non-interventionist techniques in the vineyards and in the cellar, Comte de Vogüé continues to raise the Burgundy bar ever higher with its pure, terroir-driven expressions.
$949.00In Stock
Domaine Comte Georges de Vogue

Domaine Comte Georges de Vogue Musigny Grand Cru Cuvee Vieilles Vignes 2021 750ml

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About Comte de Vogüé

Comte de Vogüé can trace its roots to 1450, but even more impressive is that Comte de Vogüé holds an unwavering position as a leader in fine... Burgyndy wine. One of the most important, most influential, and most consistent Burgundy estates, Comte de Vogüé has a long and storied history, and today the twentieth generation of the Comte de Vogüé family, Claire de Causans and Marie de Ladoucette, the granddaughters of the late Comte Georges de Vogüé helm the estate with the aid of winemaker Jean Lupatelli, who took over in 2021 when François Millet left to start his own domaine. Housed in Chambolle-Musigny, Comte de Vogüé owns 17 acres of the famed Le Musigny vineyard, about 80% of Comte de Vogüé’s holdings, and the vines average 40 years of age. In addition, the domaine boasts prime holdings in Bonnes-Mares, Chambolle Amoureuses, and both premier cru and village-level Chambolle-Musigny. Utilizing non-interventionist techniques in the vineyards and in the cellar, Comte de Vogüé continues to raise the Burgundy bar ever higher with its pure, terroir-driven expressions.
$1,299.00In Stock
Domaine Comte Georges de Vogue

Domaine Comte Georges de Vogue Musigny Grand Cru Cuvee Vieilles Vignes 2017 750ml

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About Comte de Vogüé

Comte de Vogüé can trace its roots to 1450, but even more impressive is that Comte de Vogüé holds an unwavering position as a leader in fine... Burgyndy wine. One of the most important, most influential, and most consistent Burgundy estates, Comte de Vogüé has a long and storied history, and today the twentieth generation of the Comte de Vogüé family, Claire de Causans and Marie de Ladoucette, the granddaughters of the late Comte Georges de Vogüé helm the estate with the aid of winemaker Jean Lupatelli, who took over in 2021 when François Millet left to start his own domaine. Housed in Chambolle-Musigny, Comte de Vogüé owns 17 acres of the famed Le Musigny vineyard, about 80% of Comte de Vogüé’s holdings, and the vines average 40 years of age. In addition, the domaine boasts prime holdings in Bonnes-Mares, Chambolle Amoureuses, and both premier cru and village-level Chambolle-Musigny. Utilizing non-interventionist techniques in the vineyards and in the cellar, Comte de Vogüé continues to raise the Burgundy bar ever higher with its pure, terroir-driven expressions.
$1,299.00In Stock