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  • French Red Burgundy Wine, Domaine Boyer-Gontard 2011 Bourgogne Les Amerots

    Domaine Boyer-Gontard
    2011 Bourgogne
    Les Amerots

    $17

    Great value in everyday Pinot Noir! The grapes from this vineyard are grown directly across the road from Pommard, and create a nice basic red Burgundy that shows its fruit.

    • Looking for a Pinot Noir that will impress guests yet costs less than $20? A great wine to have on hand—dainty and easy to drink but with great acidity. Likely to complement light fare. Lovely, delicate cherry on a palate laced with floral notes. Light in body, making this a great warm weather red.

      Food pairing: Chevre

  • French Red Burgundy Wine, Domaine Boyer-Gontard 2010 Bourgogne Les Amerots

    Domaine Boyer-Gontard
    2010 Bourgogne
    Les Amerots

    $17

    Great value in everyday Pinot Noir! The grapes from this vineyard are grown directly across the road from Pommard, and create a nice basic red Burgundy that shows its fruit.

    • Youthful with a bright, playful nose featuring medium-intensity cherry and kirsch aromas along with black pepper, sweet spice, and a woodsy note. Hints of something floral hover in the background. The palate features tart maraschino cherry and kirsch flavors. Good fruit intensity. Bright on a moderately long finish.

      Food pairing: Lighter meats, ham

  • French Red Burgundy Wine, Domaine Xavier Durand 2012 Côte de Nuits Villages

    Domaine Xavier Durand
    2012 Côte de Nuits Villages
     

    $22

    This Pinot Noir features beautiful, concentrated fruit. An amazing value, we find it a great everyday wine. Ready to drink!

    • A youthful pink-red color. Light and pretty on the nose with cherries, herbs, and a touch of resin. Later, hints of toast and cinnamon develop. Good fruit, bright tannins, and a solid finish make the wine immediately appealing, but with the structure to suggest it will evolve with a little time in the cellar. An excellent example of the Côte de Nuits Villages appellation.

      Food pairing: Duck; roasted chicken dishes; squab; rabbit or other light game; mushroom or lentil dishes

  • French Red Burgundy Wine, Domaine Xavier Durand 2012 Ladoix

    Domaine Xavier Durand
    2012 Ladoix
     

    $22

    A particularly fine example of this small and little-known Burgundy appellation, this Pinot Noir is a must for the value seeker looking for off-the-beaten-track wines.

    • This is an earthy wine that is just starting to come out of its shell. Nice cherry, mushroom and herbal notes. Put this bottle in your cellar for a few years and it will continue to develop nicely.

      Food pairing: Mushroom risotto

  • French Red Burgundy Wine, Domaine Xavier Durand 2011 Côte de Nuits Villages

    Domaine Xavier Durand
    2011 Côte de Nuits Villages
     

    $22

    This Pinot Noir features beautiful, concentrated fruit. An amazing value, we find it a great everyday wine. Ready to drink!

    • Still young and a little distant at first, mostly with dusty, earthy notes on the nose but also surprisingly concentrated ripe fruit scents, a hint of floral perfume, and suggestions of wood. Comparatively light in body, but exhibiting rich fruit flavors balanced by brisk acidity on the attack before a rush of renewed fruit on the mid-palate and then an extended, slightly tart finish with a hint of cola spiciness. Approachable now, but likely to improve in bottle through around 2016. Excellent value. An excellent example of the appellation.

      Food pairing: Duck; lamb; roasted chicken; earthy, mushroom-scented dishes

  • French Red Burgundy Wine, Domaine Gaston & Pierre Ravaut 2010 Côte de Nuits Villages

    Domaine Gaston & Pierre Ravaut
    2010 Côte de Nuits Villages
     

    $23

    A good basic Burgundy Pinot Noir, this wine is fruity and balanced. Ready to drink now, it will mellow further with a year of cellaring.

    • Offers simple, clean, straightforward fruit on the nose tending toward strawberries but also with a hint of spice and mushrooms and a little oaky toast. Not a powerful wine, but with good body, excellent poise, and a very appealing delicate, ethereal quality hard to articulate. Ready to drink, but attractive, fruity sweetness on a moderately long finish suggests there may be a little further development. Solid. An excellent value.

      Food pairing: Duck; lamb; roasted chicken; earthy, mushroom-scented dishes

  • French Red Burgundy Wine, Domaine Boyer-Gontard 2011 Marsannay Les Echezeaux

    Domaine Boyer-Gontard
    2011 Marsannay
    Les Echezeaux

    $25SOLD OUT

    A wine in the same style as Les Amerots, but richer and more intense! Grown way up by Dijon, near the Côte de Nuits, this is a great basic Pinot Noir with excellent value. Some of our customers can’t get enough of it! Available in 2 vintages.

    • Earthy scents combine with up-front fruit and hints of clove and other spices on the nose. There is a musky element to the nose as well, but the wine comes across as clean nevertheless and on the palate similarly combines a certain rustic quality with rather more finesse than Marsannay is generally noted for. Still somewhat closed, with tannins veiling the underlying fruit, but solidly structured, promising good things ahead. Drinkable now but likely to soften considerably and to improve through around 2017–2018.

      Food pairing: Ribs, duck, venison, rabbit, other game

  • French Red Burgundy Wine, Domaine Boyer-Gontard 2012 Marsannay Les Echezeaux

    Domaine Boyer-Gontard
    2012 Marsannay
    Les Echezeaux

    $25

    A Pinot Noir in the same style as Les Amerots, but richer and more intense. Grown way up by Dijon, near the Côte de Nuits, this is a great basic Pinot Noir with excellent value. Some of our customers can’t get enough of it! Available in 2 vintages.

    • Gorgeous, complex nose. A bouquet of floral notes (especially violets). Also truffles, raspberry, and dried fruit aromas. Prominent red fruit flavors, red licorice, light earthy notes, black pepper and suggestions of spice on the palate. Medium-bodied with moderate acidity. Slightly tart, zesty plum and raspberry flavors. Concentrated and persistent. Has an extended, fruity finish with hints of something savory. Attractive now, but drink by around 2017.

      Food pairing: Pork dishes in light fruit (prune) sauce

  • French Champagne, Champagne Paques et Fils Champagne Carte Or

    Champagne Paques et Fils
    Champagne
    Carte Or

    $30SOLD OUT

    Assembled from Premier Cru Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and Chardonnay grapes, Carte Or is a lively Brut Champagne — supple, fresh and fruity, perfect for cocktail parties.

    • A bright, crisp blend of Pinot Meunier, Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. Pear and freshly baked bread on the nose, a mouthwatering burst of apple on the finish. More fruit than bread, this Champagne makes a wonderful apéritif.

      Food pairing: Shrimp scampi

  • French Champagne, Champagne Paques et Fils 2007 Champagne Carte Rouge

    Champagne Paques et Fils
    2007 Champagne
    Carte Rouge

    $32SOLD OUT

    White in spite of its name, this vintage Brut Champagne features a 50/50 blend of Pinot and Chardonnay grapes assembled only in exceptional years. Balanced, fragrant, structured and long in the mouth — a real delight!

    • A fragrant, toasty, nutty blend of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. Deliciously rich, with hazelnut, pear, and vanilla flavors. A lovely, dry finish with lingering toasted hazelnut and tart apple. Drinking very nicely now, but complex and likely to continue to develop through around 2017.

      Food pairing: Cheeses like Gouda, Parrano

  • French Champagne, Champagne Paques et Fils 2009 Champagne Carte Rouge

    Champagne Paques et Fils
    2009 Champagne
    Carte Rouge

    $33

    White in spite of its name, this vintage Brut Champagne features a 50/50 blend of Pinot and Chardonnay grapes assembled only in exceptional years. Balanced, fragrant, structured and long in the mouth. And the excellence of the 2009 vintage only heightens the delight!

    • Pale gold color, with fine, persistent bubbles—pretty in the glass. Light, grapey fruit on the nose. Less toasty and (at first) with less of the apple scents so common in fine Champagne. Instead it offers clean, intense grape scents along with figs and hazelnuts. Intensely fruity on the palate with something suggestive of apples finally emerging on a long, lingering finish. Clean, crisp, full-flavored, delicious.

      Food pairing: Apéritif; caviar; smoked fish; shellfish dishes; poultry dishes; Asian cuisine

  • French Red Burgundy Wine, Domaine Philippe Girard 2012 Savigny-les-Beaune Premier Cru Les Narbantons

    Domaine Philippe Girard
    2012 Savigny-les-Beaune Premier Cru
    Les Narbantons

    $34

    Grown on some of the oldest vines in the domaine, this Premier Cru Pinot Noir has won numerous awards in France. It has a light and supple palate with a floral, fruity feel. “A wine of full of pleasure,” as Girard puts it.

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