375ml (Half Bottles)
3000ml (Double Magnums)
Brunello di Montalcino
Agricola San Felice
Braida di Giacomo Bologna
Canalicchio di Sopra
Cascina La Barbatella
Case Basse di Soldera
Castello dei Rampolla
Castiglion del Bosco
Dal Forno, Romano
Fattoria di Fubbiano
Poggio di Sotto
Porta del Vento
Produttori del Barbaresco
Rocche dei Manzoni
San Giusto A Rentennano
Tenuta San Guido
You are here:
Price: Low to High
Price: High to Low
10 per page
20 per page
40 per page
60 per page
100 per page
Paul Pernot Bourgogne Aligote 2014 750ml
Vinified entirely in stainless steel, this ’14 Aligoté layers its juicy tropical and citrus fruits over wet river rocks and white wildflowers. It’s a fresh, charming wine for any night of the week, and it pulls you back to the glass with its vibrant acidity and cheek-piquing minerals. Aligoté is known as the “other white Burgundy” because, while it’s not Chardonnay, it still fits within the white Burgundy paradigm. Less expensive, leaner, and fresher, Aligoté holds the minerality of Chablis and the silkiness of Puligny-Montrachet, and this ’14 Bourgogne Aligoté from Paul Pernot might be your new go-to white Burgundy!
Paul Pernot Bourgogne Blanc 2016 750ml
Affordable, enjoyable and satisfying, Paul Pernot’s Bourgogne Blanc is an excellent introduction to the house style. Detailed, finessed and layered, this bottling has the reputation of being one of the best values in white Burgundy. This cuvée derives from various plots located in Puligny-Montrachet on the Meursault border; it vinifies in stainless steel and ages in used barrels.
Domaine Michelot Bourgogne Blanc 2015 750ml
Rich, pulsating, and delicious this ’15 Bourgogne Blanc embraces its Cinderella growing season with acidic verve and an opulent texture. Very nearly a Meursault, this organically grown wine layers classic Meursault notes of lemon curd, lime leaf, saline spray, stone fruits, and hazelnut. Powerful but delineated, this creamy wine glides to a resonant crescendo, and as terrific as it is right now, it’ll drink wonderfully over the medium term. Deriving from clay-rich, mineral-laden parcels located within the Meursault appellation, the grapes for this wine ferment in temperature-controlled tanks, and the wine ages for ten to twelve months in barrique, 15% new, before resting in tanks for five or six months before bottling.
Domaine Baron Thenard Givry 1er Cru Cellier aux Moines 2008 750ml
Domaine Thenard devotes itself to very traditional methods to craft its palate-staining wines. Baron Jean-Baptiste Bordeaux-Montrieux, winemaker for the estate since the early 1980s, aims for a rustic elegance in his Burgundies, and this Givry 1er Cru Cellier aux Moines 2008 epitomizes these qualities in its ripe, brambly red fruits that are wound around a penetrating core of minerality, in its balanced and powerful medium body, and in its velvety tannins. This 1er Cru is drinking into the next decade.
Chateau de la Maltroye Bourgogne Rouge 2015 750ml
Peppery spices, sweet red and blue fruits, warm loam, and crushed flower petals burst from the glass of this vibrant, caressing ’15 Bourgogne Rouge. Crisp acidity and chewy tannins find their complements in a sweet inner perfume as this wine glides across the palate. You don’t often get a lot of complexity or depth from a Bourgogne, but this Maltroye bottling reveals tantalizing layers, suggesting that as tasty as it is now, this 2015 has the stuffing to age for a few years. Maltroye’s ’15 Bourgogne gives extraordinary value for everyday drinking, and it’ll mature nicely over the medium term. Crafted from declassified Santenay and Chassagne fruit, this wine ages entirely in used oak.
Chavy Chouet Bourgogne Femelottes 2015 750ml
Crisp orchard fruits, luscious stone fruits, and refreshing citrus mingle with stony minerals, pressed white flowers and a kiss of spice in this beguiling ’15 Bourgogne Les Femelottes. While round and textured, this wine’s bright acidity sends it whooshing across the palate to a surprisingly complex finish. This entry-level white Burgundy derives from a single vineyard that sits just outside Puligny-Montrachet, making this Bourgogne a tremendous value that often out-performs wines that cost twice as much! Aged in used oak barrels, this wine expresses its unique terroir with transparency and style.
Domaine Louis Jadot Marsannay Rouge 2011 750ml
Brambly berries, juicy cherries, and light citrus rest on a foundation of earth, musk, and spice in this nicely brooding wine. Deriving from Louis Jadot’s holdings in Marsannay, the northernmost commune of the Côte d’Or, this village-level wine ferments in wooden vats; it then ages for 15 months in barriques before bottling. A deeply food-friendly Pinot Noir that’s a good accompaniment to gamy or marinated meats, this Marsannay offers telltale sauvage, firm tannins and a supple mouth-feel; enjoyable both young and with some age, this village wine is a fantastic value.
Maison H. Boillot Bourgogne Blanc 2015 750ml
Vibrant and beautifully laced with succulent orchard fruits, this ’15 Bourgogne Blanc shows accent notes of honeysuckle, hazelnuts, and kisses of exotic citrus fruits and crushed river rocks. This is a beautifully balanced wine that matches its electric acidity with stony minerality, and its palate surprises with its exceptional breadth and sneaky complexity. Henri Boillot puts the same love and care into its village wines that it does in its premier or grand cru wines, making this everyday Burgundy exceptional. Crafted from about half Meursault fruit with the remainder from vines in Puligny-Montrachet, Auxey-Duresses and St-Romain, all growing in clay and limestone soils, this Bourgogne comes from wine growers with whom Boillot has longstanding relationships; the wine ages in barrique, 15% new. High performing and utterly enchanting, Boillot’s Bourgogne Blanc is a must-have wine.
Alain Gras Saint Romain Rouge 2009 750ml
Gras, is one of the most dedicated vignerons in the Cote, a man who tends to each of his vines as if they were all Grand Cru and a winemaker who built domaine through making wine from some of the finest located and oldest Village vineyards. A wine of both richness and elegance, the 2009 Alain Gras St. Romain Rouge offers aromatic notes of ripe cherry, violet, and a slight hint of sauvage and mineral; this silky wine coats the palate with rich dry extract and overwhelms the majority of super-refined tannins. Flavors of plum, cherry, and fresh boysenberry come to mind, and the St. Romain's mid-palate is deep and complex, but with fresh and vibrant acidity, and that lovely St. Romain flinty character, this ’09 feels lively and finishes beautifully with sweet but dry fruit.
Chateau de la Maltroye Bourgogne Blanc 2015 750ml
Juicy orchard and stone fruits, touches of citrus, pressed white flowers and a bit of spice make Maltroye’s Bourgogne Blanc utterly charming in the very approachable 2015 vintage. Maltroye makes this wine predominately from declassified Chassagne-Montrachet fruit, so this wine over-delivers on its affordable price point, especially in a benchmark year like 2015. Vigneron Jean-Pierre Cornut takes such pride in his domaine that he crafts his entry-level Bourgogne to be a superior wine that represents the domaine’s terroir, typicity and style.