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2017 Bourgogne Blanc 'Chataigners' Hubert Lamy

"From 4 different parcels in Saint Aubin." --importer Becky Wasserman
$52.00

2017 Bourgogne Passetoutgrains "a Minima" Trapet

50% Pinot Noir, 50% Gamay "Domaine Trapet Pere et Fils is one of the greatest estates of Gevrey-Chambertin, with superb holdings in three of the top grand crus in the village and a legacy of great wines that dates back to their earliest days of estate bottling. While the family have been important vineyard owners in Gevrey-Chambertin since 1870, it was not until the 1960s that they began to bottle under thier own label. Certified Biodynamic, this wine is made from Gamay and Pinot Noir planted in the Gevrey parcel known as 'Grand Champs', located near the border of the village. Minimal handling and minimal sulphur addition." --importer Polaner Selections
$30.00

2017 Bourgogne Pinot Beurot 'Grands Poisots' Lucien Boillot

Pinot Beurot is an old Burgundian name for Pinot Gris. 'les Grands Poisots' is a lieu-dit in Volnay.
$52.00

2017 Chiroubles Lafarge-Vial

"Lafarge, biodynamics, Gamay, granite – sounds like a match made in heaven n’est ce-pas? As if managing the Lafarge family’s iconic domaine in Volnay wasn’t enough, Frédéric and Chantal Lafarge decided in spring 2014 to embark on a new adventure a little further south. Still Burgundy but a new sector, a new grape variety and the inspiring Beaujolais Cru terroirs that come with it. What’s perhaps most beautiful about the new project is that the couple really wanted to invest in something together that would be entirely their own creation. This equal partnership is reflected in the inclusion of both of their names for the domaine’s title and on the label (Vial is Chantal’s maiden name)." -- importer Becky Wasserman
$51.00

2017 Cote de Brouilly Lafarge-Vial

"Lafarge, biodynamics, Gamay, granite – sounds like a match made in heaven n’est ce-pas? As if managing the Lafarge family’s iconic domaine in Volnay wasn’t enough, Frédéric and Chantal Lafarge decided in spring 2014 to embark on a new adventure a little further south. Still Burgundy but a new sector, a new grape variety and the inspiring Beaujolais Cru terroirs that come with it. What’s perhaps most beautiful about the new project is that the couple really wanted to invest in something together that would be entirely their own creation. This equal partnership is reflected in the inclusion of both of their names for the domaine’s title and on the label (Vial is Chantal’s maiden name)." -- importer Becky Wasserman
$62.00

2017 Cote de Brouilly Lafarge-Vial Magnum

"Lafarge, biodynamics, Gamay, granite – sounds like a match made in heaven n’est ce-pas? As if managing the Lafarge family’s iconic domaine in Volnay wasn’t enough, Frédéric and Chantal Lafarge decided in spring 2014 to embark on a new adventure a little further south. Still Burgundy but a new sector, a new grape variety and the inspiring Beaujolais Cru terroirs that come with it. What’s perhaps most beautiful about the new project is that the couple really wanted to invest in something together that would be entirely their own creation. This equal partnership is reflected in the inclusion of both of their names for the domaine’s title and on the label (Vial is Chantal’s maiden name)." -- importer Becky Wasserman
$137.00

2017 Cote du Jura Chardonnay "Sursis" Tissot

please inquire about availability
$73.00

2017 Cotes de Nuits-Villages Rouge 'Meix Fringuet' Trapet

from 30+ year-old vines in Marsannay
$57.00

2017 Crozes-Hermitage Alain Graillot

Fermented whole-cluster in cement, aged in 1-3 year-old barrels.
$59.00

2017 Crozes-Hermitage Frank Balthazar

Nephew of Noel Verset and third-generation winemaker, Franck Balthazar is part of the next generation delineating definitive, classical Cornas. Balthazar uses only native yeasts, whole cluster fermentation, concrete vats, neutral oak and manual cap punching.
$45.00

2017 Fleurie 'Clos Vernay' Lafarge-Vial

"Lafarge, biodynamics, Gamay, granite – sounds like a match made in heaven n’est ce-pas? As if managing the Lafarge family’s iconic domaine in Volnay wasn’t enough, Frédéric and Chantal Lafarge decided in spring 2014 to embark on a new adventure a little further south. Still Burgundy but a new sector, a new grape variety and the inspiring Beaujolais Cru terroirs that come with it. What’s perhaps most beautiful about the new project is that the couple really wanted to invest in something together that would be entirely their own creation. This equal partnership is reflected in the inclusion of both of their names for the domaine’s title and on the label (Vial is Chantal’s maiden name)." -- importer Becky Wasserman
$62.00

2017 Fleurie Lafarge-Vial

"Lafarge, biodynamics, Gamay, granite – sounds like a match made in heaven n’est ce-pas? As if managing the Lafarge family’s iconic domaine in Volnay wasn’t enough, Frédéric and Chantal Lafarge decided in spring 2014 to embark on a new adventure a little further south. Still Burgundy but a new sector, a new grape variety and the inspiring Beaujolais Cru terroirs that come with it. What’s perhaps most beautiful about the new project is that the couple really wanted to invest in something together that would be entirely their own creation. This equal partnership is reflected in the inclusion of both of their names for the domaine’s title and on the label (Vial is Chantal’s maiden name)." -- importer Becky Wasserman
$58.00

2017 Gevrey-Chambertin 'Ostrea' Trapet

"Four fossil-rich parcels near the Brochon border planted in 1919. Old vines, many nearing 90 years of age. The name 'Ostrea' refers to the oyster shells found in and around these parcels." -- importer Polaner Selections
$125.00

2017 Meursault Ballot-Minot

"In 2001, Charles Ballot took the helm of his family's already reputable domaine, and began to make his mark by working the soils, reducing yields, moving to more natural farming methods, buying a triage table and updatng the press. Today, the estate is comprised of 10ha of vineyards, 7 of which are in Meursault proper. The relative vine age is old: Perrières (40+), Genevrières (70+), Narvaux (45-60), etc. Charles' wines tend toward the so-called “Roulot-school” of Meursault, more tensile and racy, as opposed to the fatter, honeyed and nutty style that dominated the landscape 20-30 years ago." --importer Polaner Selections
$76.00

2017 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."
$52.00
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