Producer: Zarah Wine
11:3 is our exclusive organic EVOO. Zarah Wine produces this fine extra virgin olive oil from ancient olive trees at a hilltop village in the heart of Tuscany. It is made with moraiolo, leccino, pendolino and frantoio olives that give 11:3 a deliciously mild and buttery flavor with a peppery finish. It has a harmonious balance of fruit and bitter with an...
Corton Charlemagne 2014, 75cl
- AOC Bourgogne Grand Cru
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Producer: Arnaud Ente
Domaine Arnaud Ente is one of the hottest wine properties in Mersault today and arguably Burgundy's brightest rising star. Stylistically Arnaud's wines lie somewhere between the rich and hedonistic style and the linear, precise and mineral character.
Producer: Domaine Ponsot
Domaine Ponsot is one of the most important family in the history of Burgundy viticulture, the Ponsots were among the first growers to understand the importance of clones, many of the most important Pinot Noir clones originate from their vineyards.
Producer: Domaine Prieure Roch
Domaine Prieuré Roch is located in Nuits-Saint-Georges, in the heart of the Côte de Nuits. Henry Roch immediately has clear ideas of the wine he wants to produce, a wine that is pure and authentic expression of the territory.
Producer: Domaine Ramonet
Ramonet in white is the equivalent of Henri Jayer or the DRC in red, writes Clive Coates. The Ramonet Batard Montrachet is a brilliantly young and nervy wine, great perfume of honeysuckle, good concentration of pear with hints of white mushrooms.
Producer: Domaine Leroy
Sage, menthol and black cherry all give the Latricières its distinctly savory, intensely aromatic profile. Like the Clos de la Roche, the Latricières is a Burgundy that emphasizes nuance, delineation and precision over sheer fruit intensity alone.
Producer: Domaine Roulot
The hard Comblanchian limestone which disappears deep underground around Nuits-Saint-Georges reappears here where, as one moves southward, red wines give way to whites. Nowhere in the Côte de Beaune does the Chardonnay do better than it does here.