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Unbeatable 2019 Red Burgundy
2019 Fornerol Côte de Nuits - Villages Rouge

Didier Fornerol's Côte de Nuits - Villages offers a rare combination of rigor, deliciousness, and value. For many vintages, the Côte de Nuits - Villages Rouge is a staff and customer favorite. The 2019 takes things to another level.

Red Burgundy:
Barthod, Dujac, Mugneret-Gibourg, Rousseau, & More

Marquis D'Angerville: 2006-2018

Whether it's the stony and intricate raciness of Taillepieds or the singular combination of intensity and breeding of Clos des Ducs, d'Angerville's wines possess a captivating silkiness, finesse, and excellent transparency.

2018 Hubert Lignier

Lignier is one of the most consistent Burgundy producers that we know. Today, we're happy to offer our four favorite Lignier wines from the 2018 vintage at very sharp pricing.

"Excellent"
2019 Bachelet Gevrey VV

When you catch Bachelet's Gevrey in a vintage like 2019, the wine can simply floor you. It has a class and complexity that village-level wines pretty much never have.

Mugneret-Gibourg:
From Vosne to Clos Vougeot

Across the range, the wines are texturally beguiling, transparent, and supremely elegant.

Red Burgundy 1979-2018:
Barthod, Chevillon, D'Angerville, Dujac, Lafarge & More

A Study in Grace and Understatement
2017 Bertheau Chambolle-Musigny 1er Cru Les Charmes

Bertheau is making some of the most arrestingly elegant and honest Burgundies around. The whole lineup is impressive, but there's something special about the Chambolle 1er Cru Charmes.

In Top Form:
2019 Chevillon Nuits-St-George Vieilles Vignes

Their Nuits has long been one of my bulletproof village Burgundies. The 2019 ups the ante in a serious way. 

Essential Bourgogne:
2018 Barthod Bourgogne Rouge

D'Angerville: 2006-2018

D'Angerville is one of our favorite producers of red Burgundy.

Today, we're very excited to celebrate his benchmark Volnays.

"Lace and Grace"
2017 Angerville Volnay 1er Cru Clos des Angles

Can't Miss Burgundy Value
2018 Hudelot-Noellat Bourgogne Rouge

The ripeness of the vintage gives this edition an extra amount of punch and a lovely suave texture.

A Study in Grace and Understatement Revisited:
2017 Bertheau Chambolle-Musigny

Bertheau's are some of the Burgundies that I'm most fond of. They thrive on nuance and understatement.

2018 Roumier Chambolle-Musigny

Every year, I put just as much effort into tracking down Roumier's Chambolle AC as I do his top Grand Crus.

Wine of the Year
Bobby's Pick

For my wine of the year, it was imperative for me to choose a top-flight Burgundy for under $100.

"A sleek, wonderfully proportioned Gevrey that will age effortlessly"
2018 Bachelet Gevrey-Chambertin 1er Cru Les Corbeaux

Lowest Price In The Nation

2017 Lafarge Volnay:
1er Cru Clos du Château des Ducs & 1er Cru Clos des Chênes

These two wines dramatize what makes Lafarge so great.

Red Burgundy:
Barthod, Dujac, Fourrier, Lafarge, Roumier, Rousseau, & More

Bachelet: From Bourgogne Rouge to Charmes

Bachelet’s wines are well known for their elegance and precision and these qualities can be found across the full range of his offerings.

The Other Side of Coche - Lowest Price:
2015 Coche-Dury Monthelie Rouge

Coche-Dury is world-renowned for his epic white Burgundies. Today, we explore a different side of Coche - his stunning work with Pinot Noir. We need to mention right from the start that the 2015 Coche-Dury Monthelie Rouge is very limited.

"A classic Chambolle of lace and grace" - Magnum Edition:
2017 Drouhin Chambolle-Musigny 1er Cru

Chambolle is one of the most beautiful expressions of red Burgundy. For many years, Drouhin's 1er Cru has served as an archetypal Chambolle for me. It's a wine that's simply beguiling.

Red Burgundy 1993-2018:
Bachelet, D'Angerville, Dujac, Fourrier, Mugnier, Roumier, Rousseau, & More

I'm happy to offer a wide survey of our red Burgundy inventory stretching from Bourgogne to Grand Crus.

You'll find some of Burgundy's top talent, including still under-the-radar producers.

“I like the balance and transparency”
2016 Drouhin Beaune 1er Cru Clos des Mouches Rouge

I’ve lost count of how many times I’ve been blown away by a bottle of Drouhin’s Clos des Mouches.

It's a confounding wine. It's a 1er Cru from Beaune, an area known for a certain rusticity. Yet Mouches dazzles with its elegance and overall breeding.

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