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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.
Chateau de la Maltroye Chassagne Montrachet Bourgogne Rouge 2016 750ml
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.
Francois Gay Chorey Les Beaune 2017 750ml
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.
Paul Pernot Volnay Carelle Sous La Chapelle 2016 750ml
Aromatic, lush and unabashedly seductive, this ’16 Volnay Carelle Sous La Chapelle is a surprising wine from Paul Pernot, who is best known for its Puligny-Montrachet. Oscillating between sweet red fruits, and brooding notes, this Volnay brings a lot of pleasure to the table. Crisp berries dance against a backdrop of crushed herbs, rose petals and earth in this alluring Volnay that takes its time to unfold its myriad layers with grace and precision--it’s a tantalizing wine that underpins its luxurious and seductive complexity with sturdy core of acidity and a lively strain of minerality. You’ll be tempted to enjoy this sexy Volnay right away, but cellaring for a few years will make it even more glorious. Deriving from the estate’s two-thirds of an acre parcel in Volnay Carelles Sous la Chapelle, grapes ferment with natural yeasts; the wine ages in barrique (one-fifth new) and gets light fining and filtration before bottling, which takes place about a year after harvest.
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.
Francois Gay Ladoix 2016 750ml
An abundance of juicy red fruits layer with notes of espresso, warm baking spices, crushed river rocks, and wildflower petals in Gay’s expressive ’16 Ladoix. Ideal for fans of round Burgundies, this Ladoix layers its fleshiness on its subtle but persistent minerality, chewy tannins, and vibrant acidity. Sitting in the shadow of its more famous neighbor, Aloxe-Corton, Ladoix is virtually unknown, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t great; it is--it's just not expensive. One of IWM’s favorite bottlings, the ’16 Ladoix is especially intense, concentrated and structured in this low-yield vintage.
Chateau de la Maltroye Chassagne-Montrachet 1er Cru Clos St Jean 2016 750ml
Airy, spicy, and elegant, the ’16 Chassagne-Montrachet Clos St Jean bursts with scents of ripe raspberries, new leather, warm loam, a touch of pencil lead, and pressed violets. This medium-bodied wine layers its luscious fruits with striking minerality, and it complements its fine-grained tannins with kinetic acidity to create a drinking experience that is pure rustic elegance. Deriving from a parcel of vines grown on sandy, light soil, this Clos St. Jean showcases precise, delineated Pinot Noir fruit in a delicious Chassagne Rouge. The grapes for this wine enjoy temperature-controlled fermentation, and the wine ages in barrel for 14 to 18 months before bottling.
Chavy Chouet Meursault Les Narvaux 2017 750ml
2017 saw a textbook-classic growing year for Meursault, and Chavy-Chouet’s ’17 Meursault Les Narvaux bursts with crisp orchard and zippy citrus fruits, layered on a framework of toasted nuts, crushed river rocks, white flowers petals and hints of toast and pressed herbs. Electric acidity animates the nicely hefty palate, and a sustained, balanced finish argues for age-worthiness. 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. 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, mostly new, for about a year before bottling without fining or filtration.
Chavy Chouet Puligny Montrachet Les Enseigneres 2017 750ml
The product of a classic, sunny growing season, this ’17 Les Enseignères bursts from the glass in a shower of white stone fruits, quince, and pear that are framed with lime zest, acacia blossoms, and a touch of smoky minerals. This expressive wine relishes its tensions between its kinetic acidity and its dry extract, its sweet fruits and its savory minerality, and its nice weightiness and its inner lift. Although a village-level wine, Chavy-Chouet Puligny-Montrachet Les Enseignères has always been an insider’s wine because it lies directly beneath the grand cru Bienvenues-Bâtard-Montrachet and shares much of the same power, richness and style at a fraction of the price. Deriving from the estate’s 2.5-acre clay and limestone Les Enseignères plot with 65-year-old vines, this wine ferments in tank before aging in barrel, mostly new, for about a year before bottling without fining or filtration. While this wine can be enjoyed early, this Les Enseignères will only become more beautiful given some time in the cellar.
Domaine Latour Giraud Meursault Cuvee Charles Maxime 2017 750ml
A flat-out sexy wine, the ’17 Meursault Cuvée Charles Maxime puts its super-ripe stone fruits front and center, framing them with lemon zest, toasted nuts, white wildflowers, anise seed, and a waft of petrol. Textured and lively, this wine nonetheless feels substantial and round, exhibiting the tensions that make Latour-Giraud’s 2017 releases so appealing. Named after Charles Giraud and Maxime Latour to honor Jean-Pierre Latour’s two grandfathers, this beautiful Domaine Latour-Giraud Meursault Cuvée Charles Maxime is an assemblage of several named plots, or lieu-dits, and it represents different soil types from Les Vireuils, Clos du Cromin, Limozin, Les Pelles, Les Corbins, and Le Carrouge. This wine ages for one year in barrel, one-third new, before bottling without filtration.