Côte de Beaune


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    Like Les Peuillets, JB has been looking to soften the hard edges of the Aloxe-Corton, an appellation noted more for its stubbornness than its charm. And there is little doubt that once again he has succeeded. It has a nice underlying minerality which is supported by tannins that are finer than previously. It does tighten but it’s well balanced and of high quality. Drink from 2014

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    Juicy, unctuous and full of glossy, bright, dynamic fruit flavours. Not a descripton one often associates with this at times rustic appellation but in this vintage and in the hands of the talented Étienne this wine is just that. Drink from 2018.

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    This is a blend of 2 1ers Crus, with an emphasis on mineral, red fruits and balance rather than broad, overripe flavours. Will evolve into a delightful lunch time Pinot, although there is plenty of punch here. Drink from 2016.

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    Romain blends 2 vineyards (Les Duresses and Les Grands Champs) together to make this very stylish Auxey. This is very much on the red fruits with fresh, brambly aromas and flavours. Drink from 2017

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    This is a blend of 2 1ers Crus, with an emphasis on mineral, red fruits and balance rather than broad, over-ripe flavours. Will evolve into a delightful lunch time Pinot. Drink from 2015.

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    This is a blend of Les Duresses and En Champs. The tannins are wonderfully supple and the red fruit ripeness is very charming. The brightness of fruit that so typifies the vintage is really on show here and this shows very well, with good length and persistence. Drink from 2018.

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    This is a blend of two 1ers Crus and is a fine example of how this vintage has added a delicious level of exoticism to appellations that can traditionally be a touch austere. The stony soil of the vineyard provides drive and energy whilst the warmth of the vintage brings lush, red fruits that fill the mouth. Drink from 2018

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    The vines here are 95 years old and on very stony soil. The wine saw 15% new oak which just adds some texture and spice but basically the wine is beautifully clean, pure and lively; just what a serious Auxey Blanc should be.

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    The key to producing good Auxey rouge is to maximise the fruit content as it tends to have good matural minerality and vibrancy and Romain does just this, keeping the red fruits bright and crunchy. Drink from 2015

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    This is the king of red Beaune, lying in the heart of the appellation. It’s quite grown up with structure and substance that will need some time. Drink from 2018.

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    Quite simply, this is about as good as red Beaune gets. Powerful, scented and beautifully structured. Not the cheap- est Beaune you`ll ever buy but one of the very best. Drink from 2016.

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    This shows what can be achieved in this appellation with the right tools and the right ambition. Powerful and structured yet with great phenolic ripeness and control. Drink from 2017.

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    As highlighted in the de Montille range, this vineyard has few peers, if any, in Beaune, and this version has remarkable sophistication for such a wine. There is also plenty of structure and stuffing . Fair amounts of tannin, but good tannin. Needs time but very promising. Drink from 2017.

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    Not a vineyard we have much experience of but it lies close to Clos des Mouches, which is much better known and commands much higher prices! This will drink nicely from a fairly early stage and it is rounded and attractive with no harsh or crude edges, which one can find in Beaune. Not super complex but really attractive and good value. Drink from now.

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    1/3 whole bunch here and very nice quality of tannins. Good length and real energy on the back palate. Good intensity and well crafted. Stylish Beaune. Drink from 2019.

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    This has a lovely cherry red colour, sweet red fuits on the nose auch as raspberry and a touch of cranberry juice. The palate is intense and offers lots of fruit and succulent tannins, good concentration in the middle and a long lush finish. Lots of pleasure here! Drink from 2019.

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    Volumes were massively down here and the wine is incredibly concentrated. There were a lot small berries and the fruit is dark and brooding. Guilaume did no pigeage as he was wary of over-doing a wine that was already on the rich side. This will need time to mellow but it could end up pretty serious. Very limited.

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    Four parcels, all around Puligny, are blended together to make this wine and it seems really nicely put together. There is some roundness of fruit, nice acid, decent extract on the finish and good weight. A really nice entry to the range. Drink from 2014.

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    From 6 different vineyard parcels (Les Combes, Les Closeaux, Les Parties, Les Prés de la Dame, Les Champerriers and Les Gagères) all dotted around Puligny, totalling 2.4 hectares. This is fresh and bright with nice rounded fruit flavours and a delicatesse in keeping with the commune. Drink from 2016.

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    This is one of best wines, pound for pound, on our entire list. The vines come from the village of Chassagne and wine sees about 10% new oak. It has a beautiful balance of freshness and richness and great length for a humble Bourgogne. Very grown up and classy. Drink from 2016

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    For some reason we only started buying this in 2014 but it’s a great introduction to the wines of Thierry. Pure, lively with a strong gel of fruit and acidity. Perfect, classy aperitif-style Burgundy in waiting. Drink from 2018.

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    Worth holding for at least a year before drinking. The inherent fruit and richness combined with the racy, linear style of the domaine make for a very classy Bourgogne Blanc. Drink from 2019.

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    From what were once the vines from the Château de Puligny property that Étienne bought a couple of years ago comes this delicious and intense generic that is like a mini Puligny. Precise, focused with a lithe undercurrent that carries the ripe fruit flavours to the finish. Drink from 2019.

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    This has a delightful delicatesse about it. There is freshness and bite and great consistency through the palate. Attractive subtle nuances, no sledge hammers here!Drink from 2016

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    Traditionally ths is our quickest selling Burgundy of the whole offer, as it tends to have semi-sold out even before the offer is launched! It is again a wine that over delivers, combining richness of fruit with fresh picked zinginess. Grown up and imposing example.

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    This is lemony and lively, as it so often is in youth, with good tension and a sense of understatement. Controlled, well proportioned and nice underlying minerals.

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    This comes from a couple of plotsin Puligny is good locations. It is aged in 50% stainless steel and 50% oak. It is lively and fresh with some gentle minerality and really clean fruit. Works well and great value.

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    Champ Perrier is a great plot in the Puligny commune which part explains the wonderful minerality and raciness of this cuvée. It has extract, length and depth and for a humble Bourgogne, like a frenzied midwife, it really over delivers. Pleasingly Arnaud kep all of his production for the first time so we have a bit more of this to go round!Drink from 2016

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    This is in fact a Puligny Bourgogne rather than a Meursault one, though this example has a touch more richness than normal. There is some extract and plenty of mineral undertones. Lovely entry wine. Drink from 2018.

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    This vineyard actually lies in Puligny-Montrachet, which perhaps explains its taut, mouthwatering quality. For a humble Bourgogne it has excellent weight and extract and is certainly over-delivering. Drink from 2017.

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    From a vineyard close to Puligny this is a nice mix of bright freshness from the vineyard and easy roundedness from the vintage. Great value Bourgogne

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    Most of the fruit comes from vines further down the valley, but sited on a good slope of limestone soil with lots of stones. True to Lamy’s style the Bourgogne Blanc is energetic, mineral and fresh. The wine actually smells tight and tense and promises well for the future. Somehow Olivier just seems to achieve greater concentration than most at this level. An impressive and serious example. Drink from 2018.