The most revered wine region in the world, Burgundy’s producers – most of them small and humble – make Pinot Noir and Chardonnay sought out the world over. While Burgundy offers many great trophies from top producers in well-known villages like Vosne Romanee and Puligny Montrachet, it also offers excellent values to anyone willing to explore beyond the famous names. Our collection– one of the largest in the U.S. – has plenty of both!
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BURGUNDY WINE REGIONS:
Jerome Chezeaux, Clos de Vougeot Grand Cru, 2016
Domaine Jerome Chezeaux has been working with super importer Neil Rosenthal for 25 years. The Chezeaux family make a full range of wines from 11 + hectares of old vines in the Cote de Nuits. We are lucky that these fine vineyards remain in their capable hands. The wines are very pure and represent great value. His daughter Lyse has joined him and like most modern young Burgundy growers she has completed a series of international internships. She will carry on the family tradition and bring fresh ideas. A new generation is reinvigorating the Cote d'Or. Many young women are contributing to this renaissance in Burgundy. Traditionally made, hand harvested, indigenous yeasts and bottled unfiltered after a 18 to 24 month elevage. A maximum of 30% new oak is used, none on the Bourgogne rouge. The wines have an understated elegance, they are fresh and precise.
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Our circle of friends are mostly red wine drinkers, but we do love a good rose on a warm summers day. When we do drink rose, we are partial to southern France and more accurately, the Bandol region. We had the opportunity recently to have a Domaine de Terrebrune, Bandol Rose, 2015. It may be the best Bandol Rose we have ever tasted, making it the best of the best! We immediately went back and purchased a case from Flatiron wines, our go to wine store. We are now ready for the warm weather!
This wine is spectacular. By far the best Chablis that I have ever consumed!!
A refreshing take on a classic equation of brioche, green apple, strawberry and bubbles this was an enjoyable drink, indeed
As noted, this Chablis is truly outstanding.
Sorry, I have not tried the wine yet. It is resting comfortably in my cellar.
I have shared this Amaro with bartenders and craft cocktail creators, it's so darn delicious. Based on a medicinal tonic from the 1700 and crafted at a New York distillery, 36 various roots, herbs, spices, and raw honey all blend together to form a stunning spirit that is lighter and sweeter than some Italian counterparts. Marseille is delicious alone, with soda, on the rocks, or accompanied by brown or clear spirits, and elevates the liquor you pair it with. I simply adore it in a Black Manhattan, as a 2:1 with rye whisky and a Peninsula cherry, but I have also created stunning cocktails with Marseille and either gin or tequila. Lastly, try replacing Benedictine with Marseille in a Vieux Carré- WOW! Let's keep it quiet, and not tell everyone, ok?
What a find. Beautiful burgundy with elegance and enough body. As good as many Village wines.
Cantina del Pino, Barbera D'Alba, 2020
Red fruit on the nose; blackberry and cherry rest on palate, nice with food.
Most enjoyable; cherry, very modest tanins, and smooth especially with a wine so young. A great weeknight wine; we enjoyed it with chicken breasts and baked potatoes. Will definitely buy more.
This wine almost singlehandedly makes the case that Aligoté doesn't deserve its "second grape of Burgundy" status any longer. It is electric and compelling, with vibrant quince and green plum fruit, interwoven with Aligoté's vivid acidity. You can't find Chablis that delivers this much at this price -- it's a truly compelling wine.
J.L. Chave Selection, Saint-Joseph Offerus, 2020