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  • Pierre-Marie Chermette Coeur de Vendages 2016
    $24.00
    Red wine. Beaujolais, France. 100% Gamay. Sustainable. "The 2016 Beaujolais Coeur de Vendanges Vignes Centenaires is a fabulous wine, bursting from the glass with a youthful bouquet of ripe plums, orange rind, peony, licorice and dried herbs. On the palate, it's medium to full-bodied, velvety and succulent, with a deep core, beautifully refined tannins and a long, pure and precise finish. A small cuvée, the Coeur de Vendanges is matured in wood until April after the harvest. A mere villages, this surpasses most Cru Beaujolais in quality and is well worth seeking out. Buy it by the case and drink it over the coming decade." — 93+ Points, William Kelley, The Wine Advocate (May 2018)
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  • Philippe Chavy Puligny-Montrachet 1er Cru Les Pucelles 2017
    $150.00
    White wine. Burgundy, France. Biodynamic. 100% Chardonnay. "Philippe Chavy only has a very small parcel in les Pucelles- enough to produce three barrels per year, so this is his most limited premier cru bottling. Like all of his plots, these are old vines, having been planted in 1947. This is an excellent example of Pucelles in the making, but it was bottled in a slightly reductive state and will need some bottle age to blossom properly. The bouquet, with a bit of coaxing, offers up a refined blend of white peach, apple, spring flowers, a touch of iodine, crème patissière, chalky soil tones and vanillin oak. On the palate the wine is deep, full-bodied and tightly-knit today, with a good core, fine soil signature, bright acids and lovely length and grip on the still quite primary finish. This is a very stylish bottle of Pucelles in the making, but in its reductive youth, it either needs to be decanted for a good thirty minutes to drink now, or just tucked away in the cellar for a handful of years to let it blossom. Fine juice." — 93 Points, John Gilman, View From The Cellar #85 (January/February 2020)
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  • Philippe Chavy Puligny Montrachet Rue Rousseau 2017
    $84.00
    White wine. Burgundy, France. Biodynamic. 100% Chardonnay. "The 2017 Puligny-Montrachet “Rue Rousseau” from Philippe Chavy is made from a tiny parcel of vines planted in 1955, which lie just below Bienvenues-Bâtard-Montrachet. The 2017 Rue Rousseau is a lovely wine, with its complex bouquet wafting from the glass in a blend of white peach, delicious apple, a touch of crème patissière, chalky soil tones, almond and vanillin oak. On the palate the wine is bright, full-bodied and still nicely youthful in personality, with a fine core of old vine fruit, lovely soil signature, zesty acids and fine focus and grip on the nascently complex finish. This could do with a few years to allow its complexity to fully blossom, but it may not be all that easy to keep one’s hands off while waiting for it to properly open up with bottle age!" — 90+ Points, John Gilman, View From The Cellar #85 (January/February 2020)
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  • Philippe Chavy Puligny-Montrachet Les Corvees Des Vignes 2017
    $78.00
    White wine. Burgundy, France. Biodynamic. 100% Chardonnay. "The Puligny villages bottling of les Corvées des Vignes from Philippe Chavy hails from two different parcels of old vines (both planted in the 1950s) that lie in the northern end of the commune of Puligny-Montrachet, near the Meursault border. Like all of Monsieur Chavy’s vines, they have been farmed biodynamically since 2010. The 2017 les Corvées des Vignes is a lovely example of Puligny, offering up a quite floral bouquet of apple, pear, fresh almond, chalky soil, fruit blossoms and a touch of new oak. On the palate the wine is full-bodied, focused and shows off excellent mid-palate depth, with bright acids, good balance and a long, elegant finish. Good juice." — 90 Points, John Gilman, View From The Cellar #85 (January/February 2020)
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  • Philippe Chavy Meursault Blagny 1er Cru Sous le Dos d'Ane 2017
    $84.00

    White wine. Burgundy, France. Biodynamic. 100% Chardonnay. This is the last vintage from a parcel of Meursault that is no longer under Chavy's purview. The name ”donkey’s back“ refers to the topography of this vineyard, which lies high above Puligny and Meursault. The soil is very stony, which conveys a bouquet of gunflint, followed by expressive aromas of lime marmalade and smoky overtones. The palate is broad and complex, with a powerful structure and a fine beam of acidity. Layers of yellow apple, grapefruit zest, pineapple, and a trace of oak.

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  • Philippe Chavy Bourgogne Aligote 2017
    $24.00

    White wine. Burgundy, France. Biodynamic. 100% Chardonnay. This cuvée is produced from predominantly old vines, grown in Puligny. Pale, silvery yellow with green tints. An exotic, rich bouquet with notes of mango and passion fruit. Great vibrance on the fleshy, compact palate, with notes of citrus, pear, good minerality and acidity. A dry finish with admirable length. Excellent as an aperitif.

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  • Philippe Chavy Meursault 1er Cru Les Charms 2017
    $99.00

    White wine. Burgundy, France. Biodynamic. 100% Chardonnay. The grapes for this wine come from vines planted in 1940. These well-established vines produce a wine of finesse and elegance. Fermentation is done in stainless steel tanks and aging in used oak barrels. Look for yellow orchard fruit (pear and apple) and a wonderful minerality in the wine. It shows the characteristic texture and power of Meursault without losing its finesse.

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  • Philippe Chavy Bourgogne Chardonnay 2017
    $31.00
    White wine. Burgundy, France. Biodynamic. 100% Chardonnay. "Philippe Chavy’s Bourgogne Blanc hails from vines in both Puligny-Montrachet and Meursault, but ninety percent of these are in the first village. His 2017 version is a fine example, offering up a ripe and pure nose of apple, white peach, spring flowers, a nice touch of chalkiness and a bit of citrus peel in the upper register. On the palate the wine is crisp, full-bodied and focused, with an excellent core for Bourgogne, good balance and grip and a long, nascently complex finish. This is very drinkable today, but more complexity will emerge if one tucks this bottle away in the cellar for another year or two. Good juice." — 88+ Points, John Gilman, View From The Cellar #85 (January/February 2020)
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