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    Alice & Olivier de Moor Chablis Premier Cru Mont de Milieu 2018

    Alice & Olivier de Moor Chablis Premier Cru Mont de Milieu 2018

    With a touch of subtle effervescence, it starts with lively notes of crisp green apple, lemon curd, fennel, and notable hints of oil from tuna can or iron-like minerality. It showcases a truly unique and enjoyable character which I can say a pure Chablis. Nice wine, however, due to its rarity, it's very pricey though. --Youngrok Kim    


  • Alto de Cantenac Brown Bordeaux Blanc 2016

    Alto de Cantenac Brown Bordeaux Blanc 2016

    Regular Bordeaux white wine, there is no classification for white wines in the Medoc region. This alto is a blend of 70% Sémillon added with the remainder of SB. Again a 4 star wine this one! Indeed with a super nose and fine body which has more greasy notes on top of the fruits, the wood, also fine spices and a great balance! Long lasting finish. Good & very decent wine from a well known chateau! Rate --Dries Thirion


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    Annonce Belair-Monange St Emilion 2014

    Annonce Belair-Monange St Emilion 2014

    James Suckling: 96 Points Extremely perfumed with rose aromas that turn to strawberries and citrus. Some stones, too. Full-bodied, yet reserved and ultra-refined. It goes on for minutes. Power with finesse. Try in 2022 but already a joy to taste.


  • Ayala No.14 Rose Champagne 2014

    Ayala No.14 Rose Champagne 2014

    N° 14 is the third opus from the “COLLECTION AYALA,” a set of cuvees produced in limited quantities, unveiled only as they approach their peak level of drinkability. This ephemeral cuvee is 60% Chardonnay and 40% Pinot Noir — including Grand Cru Aÿ red wine. Thanks to its extended ageing in the cellar and a low dosage of 5.3 grams/liter, N° 14 expertise, the ephemeral cuvée N°14 is composed of the five emblematic Grands Crus that form the backbone of the House’s blends. Caroline Latrive wanted to work the crus in equal proportions, exclusively from the 2014 vintage and for the first time in a rosé version.


  • Benjamin Laroche la Manufacture Chablis GC Blanchot 2015

    Benjamin Laroche la Manufacture Chablis GC Blanchot 2015

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    Benjamin Laroche est chablisien d’origine, sa famille exploite ce terroir depuis 1663 et a créé un Domaine considéré depuis 1850 comme l’un des fleurons de l’appellation. Du travail dans les vignes durant sa jeunesse à la direction commerciale de plusieurs sociétés viticoles, il a parcouru la France et le monde et a su identifier les envies et besoins des amateurs les plus exigeants.

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  • Bernard Burgaud Cote Rotie Rhone 2019

    Bernard Burgaud Cote Rotie Rhone 2019

    Winemaker Notes These Côte-Rôtie vines include holdings in the Le Champin, Leyat, Côte Blonde, Les Moutonnes, La Brosse, Fongeant, and Le Champin lieux-dits. The vineyards are split between the steep inclines guarding the slopes above the town of Ampuis and the flat plateau, which has been planted since the 1960s. Critical Acclaim Jeb Dunnuck Closer in style to the 2018 than the 2017, the 2019 Cote Rotie is a big, rich, powerful Côte Rôtie that has loads of meaty, gamey black fruits, smoked herb, pepper, and chocolate-like aromas and flavors. With full-bodied richness, a round, layered texture, terrific tannins, and a great finish, it's a powerhouse yet traditional Côte Rôtie that will need 4-5 years to shed its baby fat yet evolve for 20+ years.Barrel Sample: 93-95 Decanter Very ripe, dark plum aromas with a touch of currant and cinnamon. It is dense and deep, with marked acidity for the vintage. A good sense of freshness, with some floral hints behind the ripe fruit. Not extracted, no heaviness – it's medium-bodied, but with impressive impact and detail. The wood is noticeable at this early stage, but it's well-judged and I think it will meld nicely into the wine with time. There’s precision, freshness and lightness of touch even though the fruit is very ripe. Impressive.


  • Blanc de Lynch-Bages Bordeaux 2018

    Blanc de Lynch-Bages Bordeaux 2018

    Wine Critic Reviews: This wine has a lovely complexity with balance and lift and does that thing where it waits for a heartbeat, then makes you wait for a heartbeat, before releasing its stone fruit and succulent, slate-tinged citrus.The plots are on the west side of the appellation, often 1.5oC lower than at main Lynch Bages, with more limestone in the subsoils helping keep the balance that is evident here.Two thirds of the juice was fermented in barrels with one third in stainless steel – it’s juicy and pretty much ready to go (it bottles in two weeks). 50% new oak used. 3.08pH. Drinking Window 2020 - 2030Decanter | 94 DEC


  • Bollinger La Grande Annee 2014

    Bollinger La Grande Annee 2014

    Offering up complex aromas of crisp yellow orchard fruit, confit citrus, frangipane, walnuts, dried white flowers and subtle hints of iodine, Bollinger's 2014 Brut La Grande Année is medium to full-bodied, pillowy and vinous, with an elegantly fleshy core of fruit that's underpinned by racy acids and complemented by a pretty pinpoint mousse. Concluding with a long, chalky finish, this is a charming but precise Grande Année that's more giving and demonstrative than its immediate predecessor, the 2012, but which attains a very similar level of quality in a more challenging vintage—testimony to the serious viticulture that underpins Bollinger's contemporary excellence. -- Robert Parker Wine Advocate


  • Bollinger Special Cuvee Brut NV Champagne

    Bollinger Special Cuvee Brut NV Champagne

    Scores 92 Wine Spectator Notes There's a pleasing, snappy quality to the acidity framing this elegant Champagne, enlivening accessible flavors of currant, Marcona almond and orchard blossom, with a minerally touch of saline-laced oyster shell that lingers on the finish. Drink now through 2022. 11,000 cases imported. AN - 11/2019 COUNTRY: FRANCEPRODUCER: BOLLINGER CHAMPAGNESIZE: 750 MLVARIETAL: CHARDONNAY, PINOT MEUNIER, PINOT NOIRWINE TYPE: CHAMPAGNE & SPARKLING


  • Bouchard Beaune L'enfant Jesus  2013 Bouchard Beaune L'enfant Jesus  2013

    Bouchard Beaune L'enfant Jesus 2013

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    94pts Wilfred Wong The 2013 Bouchard Père & Fils Vigne de L'Enfant Jésus is an ultra-rich Beaune Grèves.  This wine is dramatic and compelling. Enjoy its concentrated red and black fruit aromas and flavors with well-seasoned lamb dishes. Winemaker Notes The wines shows superb fruit and spice aromas with an oaky note. Intense, full and yet delicate on the palate, the wine has a charming velvetiness. Very good ageing potential.

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  • Bouvet Brut Sparkling Wine

    Bouvet Brut Sparkling Wine

    Bouvet Signature Brut is produced from a blend of Chenin Blanc and a smaller percentage of Chardonnay grapes grown in the chalky limestone "tuffeau" soils characteristic of the Saumur appellation. The base wines are vinified in computer-regulated, temperature-controlled stainless steel tanks to preserve the delicate aromas and elegant fruit of the grape.  


  • Carruades de Lafite Pauillac 2015

    Carruades de Lafite Pauillac 2015

    Winemaker Notes Beautiful deep colour that sparkles in the glass. The nose is of course still very young, with primary notes of early ageing. Superb notes of spices and fresh raspberries. On the palate, the attack is supple and rounded. The wine then presents young, lively tannins, whose excellent quality will be revealed with time. The finish is complex and harmonious with beautiful burnt notes. This Carruades needs five to seven years to open up, and has all the characteristics of a wine that will continue to improve for many more.Blend: 57% Cabernet Sauvignon, 36% Merlot, 7% Cabernet Franc Critical Acclaim JS94 James Suckling Lead-pencil aromas with currants and plums, too. Full body, silky tannins and a focused and very refined finish. It's the tannins that drive things. An excellent second wine of Lafite. Needs two or three years to soften. Start drinking in 2021. WE94 Wine Enthusiast This second wine of Lafite comes from young vines and wines selected during the blending. The result is a wine with the structure and nobility of the Lafite character but one that will age more quickly. It has great layers of black-currant fruits and acidity, with firm tannins as a background and rich potential. Drink from 2025.Cellar Selection



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