Price Reduction on a Select Few Wines
We have spent the summer traveling the globe in search of some fall wines, but we need to make some room. We have selected a few great wines that just need to go. Items are limited and once they are gone they are gone. So come on by and get them while they are hot!
See you soon,
Here you go!
Rosé Guy Larmandier “à Vertus 1er Cru” Brut (Champagne) $60 now $40. Guy Larmandier is located in the Southern portion of the Côtes de Blanc. This rosé base is Chardonnay, which creates an dry elegant wine.
Chardonnay Kumeu River Estate (Kumeu) ‘08 $30 now $15. This Estate Chardonnay is made from six different vineyard sites in the Kumeu Region of New Zealand. This wine is rich and delicious.
Chassagne-Montrachet D. Coffinet-Duvernay “Les Blanchots” Dessous” (Burgundy) ‘10 $60 now $40. This intimate Domaine is located in the village of Chassagne, and is owned by Phillippe Duvernay and Laura Coffinet. This beautiful wine has intense depth and can be aged for years.
Chassagne-Montrachet Jadot “Abbaye de Morgeot” (Burgundy) ‘11 $80 now $60. This 1er Cru vineyard is situated in the South of the commune around an old “Abbaye”. The soil is deep with marl and limestone, which creates a full body, rich and powerful wine.
Musigny Domaine Comte George de Vogüé (Grand Cru) ‘11 $600 now $325. This is the wine of all wines. This Domaine dates back to 1450, and is highly regarded as one of the greatest estates in Chambolle Musigny. Need I say more!
Clos de Lambrays Grand Cru Domaine des Lambrays (Burgundy) ‘11 $195 now $150. The vineyard Clos de Lambrays is one of the greatest pieces of land in all of the Côte de Nuits.
Beaune Morot “Toussaints 1er Cru” (Burgundy) ’10 $45 now $35. This is one of the sexiest juiciest wines that Morot makes. Lots of power and ripe fruits.
Savigny-les-Beaune Morot “La Bataillère aux Vergelesses 1er Cru” (Burgundy) ’11 50-40. This Domaine has been around since 1820, and is a benchmark Domaine for Beaune. There is some sweet tartness to this wine and carries great acidity.
Pinot Noir Emertius “Hallberg Ranch” (Russian River Valley) ‘11 $40 now $16. This vineyard site is considered Sonoma’s Côte de Nuits. It produces wines that are elegant and powerful. Hallberg is also farmed completely without irrigation. This dry farming method helps the grapes achieve a physiological ripeness at lower sugar levels.