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  • Bonneau du Martray, Corton-Charlemagne, Grand Cru 2011

    $199.00

    “There is a hint of mandarin orange to the otherwise more classic aromas of white peach, green apple, citrus and wet stone. The well-detailed and intensely stony medium weight plus flavors possess an excellent sense of underlying tension on the saline-infused, dry and well-balanced finish. I like the mid-palate concentration and while this is already delicious, this is sufficiently serious as to require 6 to 8 years of cellar time.”-92BH

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  • Domaine Huet, Vouvray, Le Mont, Sec 2016

    $48.00

    “Bright, even exuberant in feel, with a parade of Jonagold apple, green melon, Bosc pear and quince flavors streaming through, gilded with heather, honeysuckle and verbena notes on the long, lithe finish. Remarkably elegant despite the off-dry style. Drink now through 2035. 600 cases made.” -96 WS

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  • Domaine Laroche, “Les Blanchots”, Chablis Grand Cru 2009

    $120.00

    “The 2009 Chablis Les Blanchots is another of the relatively immediate wines in this lineup. Layers of expressive fruit fill out the wine’s broad shouldered frame nicely. This is an unusually refined, polished Blanchots. The style built on volume rather than minerality will appeal most to readers who like richer Chablis. Laroche aged 30% of the wine in barrel. The balance is impeccable. Anticipated maturity: 2012+.”-92WA

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  • Domaine Leflaive, Bourgogne Blanc 2014

    $87.00

    “A discreet hint of wood frames wonderfully fresh aromas of pear, white peach and lavender scents. There is a really lovely underlying tension to the racy yet plump middle weight flavors that also conclude in a clean and dry finale. If this can add depth with a few years of bottle age it should make for an outstanding Bourgogne.”-(86-89)BH

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