Burgundy Region Report

15 products found.

Meursault, 2013

New

Domain Rene Monnier Charmes 1er Cru


Beautiful integration of oak with rich, elegantly styled fruit through to a wonderful long and well sustained finish.
more >>>

Price: £51.95
Stock: 7 in Stock

Nuits-Saint-Georges, 2009

Les Pruliers, Jean Philippe Marchand

An excellent Burgundy from a very good producer. The palate is medium-bodied with ripe fleshy tannins, plenty of spicy red berry fruit.
more >>>

Price: £54.95
Stock: 7 in Stock

Gevrey Chambertin, 2008

Mes Favorites, Vieilles Vignes, Alain Burguet

Outstanding - a nice deep core that is now light at the edge, A notably ripe earthy dark berry fruit aromas and rich, stylish and sweet flavours that are even more complex and add the dimensions of power and punch to the remarkably long and explosive finish.

A traditionalist in every sense, Alain Burguet’s love of the ‘Great Outdoors’ sees him tirelessly work his vineyards during the growing season. As yet he is still quite an undiscovered grower, and therefore his prices are rather reasonable, mainly due to the fact he does not have plots in any of the “presitigious” vineyards. The result of low yields and minimum intervention in the cellar,
more >>>

Price: £69.95
Stock: 9 in Stock

Passetoutgrain, 1970

Dufouleur

Bourgogne Passe-Tout-Grains is an Appellation d'origine contrôlée (AOC) for wine from the region of Burgundy in France. Most Bourgogne Passe-Tout-Grains, which is sometimes written unhyphenated as Bourgogne Passetoutgrains, is red although rosé wine may also be produced. Unlike other Burgundy wines, which are primarily produced from a single grape variety, Bourgogne Passe-Tout-Grains is an essentially a cuvée of Gamay and Pinot noir.
more >>>

Price: £79.00
Stock: 2 in Stock

Bourgogne, 1969

Rouge, Dufouleur Freres

Bourgogne Rouge is the term used to apply to red wines from Burgundy that fall under the generic Bourgogne AOC, which can be produced by over 350 individual villages across the region. As with Bourgogne Blanc and Bourgogne Rosé, this is a very general appellation and thus is hard to pinpoint any specific characteristics of the wine as a whole, due to the huge variety of wines produced.Pinot Noir is the primary grape used in Bourgogne Rouge production, although Chardonnay, Pinot Blanc, Pinot Gris and in Yonne, César grapes are all also permitted to make up the rest of the wine.
more >>>

Price: £79.00
Stock: 1 in Stock

Macon, 1969

Dufouleur Freres

Macon is the name for the red and white wines which come from the Mâconnais section of Burgundy, France. This region is the most southerly in Burgundy, and also the largest.There are 42 villages in the Mâconnais region, broken out into seven designations: Macon, Macon Superieur, Macon Village, Pouilly Fuissé, Pouilly Loche, Pouilly Vinzele, and Saint Veran.
The majority of wines from Macon are red wines, using the gamay noir, pinot noir, and pinot gris grapes. These are light wines, and should be drunk young. They go well with red meats and mild cheeses.
more >>>

Price: £99.00
Stock: 1 in Stock

Passetoutgrain, 1966

Charles Viennot

Bourgogne Passe-Tout-Grains is an Appellation d'origine contrôlée (AOC) for wine from the region of Burgundy in France. Most Bourgogne Passe-Tout-Grains, which is sometimes written unhyphenated as Bourgogne Passetoutgrains, is red although rosé wine may also be produced. Unlike other Burgundy wines, which are primarily produced from a single grape variety, Bourgogne Passe-Tout-Grains is an essentially a cuvée of Gamay and Pinot noir.
more >>>

Price: £79.00
Stock: 4 in Stock

Savigny-Vergelesses, 1966

Patriarche


more >>>

Price: £129.00
Stock: 1 in Stock

Beaune, 1964

Ant. Bourgois

Nice red fruit on the nose with cherries, strawberry preserve and some smoke. On the palate there is a slight minerality,spice and earthy notes. Nice finish.
more >>>

Price: £99.00
Stock: 7 in Stock

Chambolle-Musigny, 1964

Ant. Bourgois

The classic Chambolle-Musigny wine is powerful, yet refined and perfumed, characterized by its balance of richness and elegance.

Chambolle-Musigny is a tiny commune in the Cote de Nuits sub-region of Burgundy. It has a population of fewer than 400, but enjoys an historic and widespread reputation for its high-quality wines. The village produces almost exclusively red wines from Pinot Noir.
more >>>

Price: £119.00
Stock: 3 in Stock

Macon, 1964

Piat

Macon is the name for the red and white wines which come from the Mâconnais section of Burgundy, France. This region is the most southerly in Burgundy, and also the largest.There are 42 villages in the Mâconnais region, broken out into seven designations: Macon, Macon Superieur, Macon Village, Pouilly Fuissé, Pouilly Loche, Pouilly Vinzele, and Saint Veran.
The majority of wines from Macon are red wines, using the gamay noir, pinot noir, and pinot gris grapes. These are light wines, and should be drunk young. They go well with red meats and mild cheeses.
more >>>

Price: £99.00
Stock: 2 in Stock

Nuits-Saint-Georges, 1964

Ant. Bourgois

A classic Nuits St. Georges wine is rich and relatively tannic, meaning that it is quite austere in its youth but develops well with age. Tasting notes often refer to flavors of violets, forest berries, leather and earthy notes.

Nuits-Saint-Georges is a town in eastern Burgundy which gives its name to the Cote de Nuits, the northern half of the Cote d'Or wine district. The town has had its own Nuits-Saint-Georges appellation since September 1936, but has been the source of respected red wines for the best part of a millennium.
more >>>

Price: £99.00
Stock: 2 in Stock

Nuits-Saint-Georges, 1962

Aujoux

A classic Nuits St. Georges wine is rich and relatively tannic, meaning that it is quite austere in its youth but develops well with age. Tasting notes often refer to flavors of violets, forest berries, leather and earthy notes.

Nuits-Saint-Georges is a town in eastern Burgundy which gives its name to the Cote de Nuits, the northern half of the Cote d'Or wine district. The town has had its own Nuits-Saint-Georges appellation since September 1936, but has been the source of respected red wines for the best part of a millennium.
more >>>

Price: £119.00
Stock: 4 in Stock

Richebourg, 1945

Grand Cru, Vosne-Romanée

Richebourg is one of the six grand cru sites in the hallowed village of Vosne-Romanée, in Burgundy's Côte de Nuits. It is one of the larger sites in the village, and is famous for its full-bodied, muscular style of Pinot Noir. Richebourg wines are in fact some of the most opulent from Vosne-Romanée, exhibiting earthy characters along with dense fruit, and they are capable of being cellared for many years.
more >>>

Price: £499.00
Stock: 3 in Stock

Moulin a Vent, 1967

Piat Pere

Dark crimson opaque with a garnet rim. Nose of cranberry, cherry, sour cherry and earth. Medium(-) weight with stemmy yet smooth tannins. Flavors echo the nose with a touch of raspberry espresso and licorice.
more >>>

Price: £59.00
Stock: Out of Stock