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Rijckaert Macon Monbellet En Pottes Vieilles Vignes 2008 750ml
Special Price: $10.99
Offering notes of white wildflowers, honey, exotic herbs and orchard fruits, this lively ’08 dances like a pretty ballerina, scattering rose petals, pomelo, and peaches in its wake, all of which are kept in balance by its mouth-watering acidity and mineral-laced finish. In 2007, Jean Rijckaert fell out with his long-term importer, making the wines unavailable in the US; however, IWM has recently been able to add the estate to its roster, delighted to offer Rijckaert’s impressive, terroir-driven wines to our clients. Lush yet lively, this ’08 Macon Montbellet En Pottes Vieilles Vignes coats the mouth with surprising weight, yet its acidity keeps it in balance.
Chateau de la Maltroye Chassagne Montrachet Bourgogne Rouge 2016 750ml
Special Price: $37.99
Layers of peppery spices, warm earth, melted chocolate, wildflower petals, and vanilla frame the crisp red berries and luscious blue fruits in this enveloping, stylish ’16 Chassagne-Montrachet Rouge. Broad and deep, this wine retains its acidic focus as it unspools on the palate, flooding the mouth with hefty dry extract and rustic, chewy tannins. A lovely, savory minerality accents this fleshy wine’s delicious, detailed finish--Maltroye’s village-level Chassagne-Montrachet packs a punch at its price point! An exceptional village-level wine, organically tended Pinot Noir grapes are destemmed before fermenting in temperature-controlled vats, and the wine ages in wood, mostly used.
Rijckaert Pouilly Fuisse Vers Chanes Vielles Vignes 2008 750ml
Francois Gay Chorey Les Beaune 2017 750ml
Special Price: $39.99
Fistfuls of juicy black cherries and blueberries dance with earth, licorice, underbrush, violet petals, and spice in this velvety ’17 Chorey-Les-Beaune. Silky tannins and plush fruits meld seamlessly on this wine’s textured, welcoming palate--it’s a delectable wine! Coming from a tiny village located near Aloxe-Corton, Ladoix and Pernand- Vergelesses, Gay’s Chorey-Les-Beaune offers a touch of greatness at a very affordable price; there’s plenty of beautiful, old-vine fruit in this vintage. A gorgeous, hard-to-find Burgundy, this village-level Chorey-Les-Beaune drinks more like a top Beaune premier cru.
Jadot Domaine Gagey Bourgogne Le Chapitre 2017 750ml
This lovely ’17 Bourgogne Le Chapitre puts its succulent red fruits front and center in a plush yet vibrant profile that dances with lilac petals, fresh loam, and touches of spice, orange zest, and crushed river rocks. Dusty tannins and a nicely acidic spine offset the lushness of the wine’s fruits, and savory minerals and tart berries linger on the food-friendly, delicious finish. While you can enjoy this exceptionally detailed wine right away, it’ll drink beautifully over the medium term. Deriving from a vineyard with very old vines (about two-thirds planted in 1963), destemmed grapes ferment in either stainless steel or open top wooden vats for about a month, and the wine ages for eighteen months in barriques, one-third new.
Pernot Belicard Meursault VV 2015 750ml
Lime zest, green orchard fruits, crushed white flowers, and heap of crushed river rocks mingle in this fresh, balanced ’15 Meursault Village from Pernot-Belicard. At once rich and precise, this wine powers to a mineral-laden finish. The Chardonnay vines for this village-level Meursault are over seventy years old, and this maturity, combined with an early grape harvest, results in a complex, textured wine that’s animated by bright acidity. Grapes ferment with temperature control, and the wine ages in 25% new oak for a year before bottling.
Louis Jadot Beaune 1er Cru Vignes Franches 2016 750ml
Special Price: $49.99
Jadot Cote de Nuits Villages Le Vaucrain 2017 750ml
Sundrenched red berries and blue plums mingle with warm spices, fresh loam, savory herbs, and touches of wildflowers and minerals in Jadot’s muscular ’17 Le Vaucrain Rouge. Tightly wound with penetrating acidity, this wine will need a couple of years in the cellar before true approachability, but in time it’ll show a seamless, balanced beauty. Deriving from the estate’s almost nine-acre Le Vaucrain vineyard that’s situated just above Clos de la Marêchale, destemmed grapes ferment in vats for about a month, and the wine ages for eighteen months in barriques.
Domaine Denis Mortet Bourgogne Rouge 'Cuvee de Noble Souche' 2018 750ml
Special Price: $54.99
Christopher Deas, Italian Wine Merchants: “This is another 2018 Bourgogne Rouge that is absolutely delicious, and in our opinion drinks more like a Premier Cru. It is instead a near perfect expression of a generic appellation wine delivering immediate enjoyment with a touch of sophistication from the noble varietal - sans the crazy expensive 2018 price tag. It is also another example of where the critics got it wrong and that Burgundy is simply rated on a different scale. This is an overachieving appellation wine that has been consistently referenced by critics as “absolutely delicious” even though the scores may not capture these accurate and positive comments. And what you should know here is that the grapes are sourced from a small one- hectare parcel of superior vineyards at 400 meters altitude where the bedrock is almost visible at surface level; the soils are brown and very chalky. It should also be noted that this overachieving Bourgogne Rouge is comprised of old vines averaging more than 35 years of age. In the glass, this wine screams Burgundy – it is another one of those wines where the aromatics alone are worth the price of admission. On the palate, there is fruit galore – concentrated sweet cherries, tart strawberries, ripe currants that are accented by crushed rose petals, licorice, and a touch of chalky minerality. It is an expansive mouthful, but yet the wine is so fresh and light on its feet. There is an inner perfume to the wine that stains and echoes across the palate for a long finish. It is difficult to match the generosity of this wine at this price point. Just 25 barrels were produced for the world. Absolutely, frigging delicious today. We also highly recommend alongside the Marsannay Les Longerois – which will be upgraded to a premier cru soon enough. Enjoy!”
Chavy Chouet Meursault Narvaux 2018 750ml
Special Price: $59.99
2018 saw a warm, dry growing year for white Burgundy, and Chavy-Chouet made the most of the vintage in this rich, complex, mineral-laden ’18 Meursault Les Narvaux. Luscious citrus and orchard fruits layer with subtle scents of wood, warm river rocks, and toasted nuts in this broad-shouldered yet fresh mid-weight wine. Enjoyable about as soon as it hits your table, this wine will drink wonderfully over the medium term. Situated above the premier cru appellations of Genevrières and Poruzots, the soils of Les Narvaux are clayey, chalky and shallow, and Chavy-Chouet’s 1.2-acre plot boasts vines that average sixty years of age; this proximity gives the wine the power and decadence of Genevrières and the flintiness of Poruzots. Representing one of the many Meursault vineyards that makes a strong claim for premier cru status, this old-vine Meursault ferments in tank before aging in barrel, 20% new, for about a year before bottling without fining or filtration.