Beurer's wines have developed a huge following at Crush. Just over a year ago we offered Beuer's 2013 GG. It was pretty amazing to watch people taste this new producer to the U.S. and then, have them come back for three or four more bottles.
Bertheau's wines are things of utter beauty. They are intricate, whispering and profoundly graceful. Few producers do purity and transparency as well as Bertheau
I've had a chance to taste the wine on a few occasions and each time, the wine is even better. Gorgeous aromatics and an elegant mineral core give it an unbelievable freshness, but there's no doubt that this is a dead serious wine.
Dauvissat's 2008 captures the Grand Cru at its absolute best. It's a dream brew.
Ledru's 2009 has a serious spine that provides lift and energy, a perfect complement to the vintages rounded fruit character. There's a beautiful core packed with mineral and zingy notes of ripe citrus along with floral notes.
Tardive has long been one of our core Beaujolais and 2014 is clearly an important vintage for the wine. The 2014s are vibrant, but they're also packed with concentration and structure. We haven't seen this combination in such balanced proportions in a long time. Most of...
July 4th is just around the corner. Summer's bounty is starting to fill up the farmer's market. It seems like the right time to get a summer mixed case together.
Charles Van Canneyt arrived at Hudelot-Noëllat and quality skyrocketed drawing the attention of savvy Burgundy lovers.They are fortunate enough to have many top sites - Romanée St. Vivant, Richbourg, Vosne 1er Cru Suchots. With that said, I have a particular soft spot for...