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2015 Bourgogne Rouge 'Bons Batons' Ghislane Barthod

Domaine Ghislaine Barthod is a standard-bearer for Chambolle-Musigny, their holdings covering 5.86 hectares in the commune. Grapes are partially destemmed, only natural yeasts are used. Sourced from the lovely parcel 'Bons Batons' situated at the crossroads of Chambolle-Musigny and Gilly les Citeaux. --importer Neil Rosenthal
$50.00

2015 Cote-Rotie "Fongeant" Pierre-Jean Villa

Pierre-Jean, the former regisseur at Vins De Vienne, started his own Domaine five years ago, purchasing extremely classy and long established vineyards in the areas he knows best, that is to say in Seyssuel and St Joseph. The quality of his first full vintage in 2009 was impressive.
$170.00

2015 Cote-Rotie 'Chavaroche' Levet

Levet's top cuvee, from the Chavaroche vineyard. 100% whole-cluster, aged 30-36 months prior to bottling.
$90.00

2015 Cotes Catalanes Blanc "Llum" Roc des Anges

Marjorie Gallet is the young woman behind Domaine Le Roc des Anges and she brings real commitment and passion to this far south west corner of France. She has about 22 ha/54 acres around the village of Montner in the upper Agly valley, a very special corner of schist around Maury. This white (Vielles Vignes)is a blend of old Grenache Gris and Macabeu vines fermented in foudres. The nose picks up notes of white and yellow flowers, the fruit flavours are particular and delicate, the finish mineral and persistent.
$42.00

2015 Crozes-Hermitage "Guiraude" Alain Graillot

Fermented whole-cluster in cement, aged in 1-3 year-old barrels. A barrel-selection of Graillot's best Crozes parcels.
$80.00

2015 Monthelie Blanc Domaine Parent

Domaine Parent is based in Pommard (Burgundy, France) and was founded in 1803. Today it is headed by two sisters, Anne & Catherine Parent, who continue the family tradition of winegrowers that originated in the 17th century. The Domaine consists of 10 hectares that produce mostly red wines from the Cote de Beaune.
$60.00

2015 Montlouis "Choisilles" Francois Chidaine

from the importer: "Les Choisilles is a cuvée, usually blended from old vines in the vineyards of Les Epinais, La Taille aux Loups and Clos au Renard. It’s named after a type of black flint called (you guessed it) choisille. Les Choisilles is a concentrated, focused dry wine that often needs several years to develop."
$46.00

2015 Sancerre 'Enclos des Remparts' Vacheron

Vacheron's rare experimental franc de pied cuvee -- planted on original rootstock in 2008. The wine is outside the village's appelation laws, thus Vin de France, and is officially non-vintage, though the fruit came from the 2015 harvest.
$170.00
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