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Burgundy & Beyond Dazzling Dozen

Burgundy & Beyond Dazzling Dozen

One bottle of each of the twelve wines listed below, six Chardonnnays and six Pinots

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Domaine d'Elise, Chablis, 2018

From vines on the slopes above Milly, on pure white hard chalk soils. Always creamy but with oystershell Chablis characteristics too. Ripe citrus, a satisfying weight in the mouth, and a long, cool finish. Now-2023


ColourWhite

RegionBurgundy

Sub RegionChablis

GrowerDomaine d’Elise

Grape VarietyChardonnay

Vintage2018

ABV13%

Bottle75cl

ClosureCork

CodeELS218

Our Rating

Dry

Dry > Sweet

Burgundy

The Burgundy Pyramid

Making sense of the complexity of the complexity of Burgundy isn’t easy.

Though Burgundy only comprises 5% of France’s vineyard area, it holds 100 different Appellations, 25% of the entire French total.  There are no less than 5,000 growers, 85% of whom own less than 10 hectares, and four fifths of them make wine.

To make matters...

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Chardonnay

Chardonnay is one of the most-widely planted varieties in the world.

Arguably not the most characterful grape, hence its common ageing in oak, yet at its pinnacle in Burgundy it produces some of the greatest (and certainly most expensive) white wines in the world. Look out for unoaked Chardonnay, it can make a pleasant change, and usually goes down very well with all those people who...

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Fichet, Macon-Burgy, Les 3 Terroirs, 2019

 Olivier Fichet’s unoaked Chardonnay comes from three plots of vines -some very old - in the excellent terroir of the northern Mâconnais near Viré. This open, generous French Chardonnay is nicely weighted, with hints of grapefruit and almonds. Now-2022


ColourWhite

RegionBurgundy

GrowerDomaine Fichet

Grape VarietyChardonnay

Vintage2019

ABV14.5%

Bottle75

CodeFIC519

Our Rating

Dry

Dry > Sweet

Burgundy

The Burgundy Pyramid

Making sense of the complexity of the complexity of Burgundy isn’t easy.

Though Burgundy only comprises 5% of France’s vineyard area, it holds 100 different Appellations, 25% of the entire French total.  There are no less than 5,000 growers, 85% of whom own less than 10 hectares, and four fifths of them make wine.

To make matters...

Discover More Burgundy

Chardonnay

Chardonnay is one of the most-widely planted varieties in the world.

Arguably not the most characterful grape, hence its common ageing in oak, yet at its pinnacle in Burgundy it produces some of the greatest (and certainly most expensive) white wines in the world. Look out for unoaked Chardonnay, it can make a pleasant change, and usually goes down very well with all those people who...

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Lequin-Colin, Bourgogne Chardonnay, 2019

From fruit grown in vineyards close to his home village of Santenay, this is fermented 50% in tank and 50% in barrel, with 10% new oak, and bottled under screw-cap. Picked fairly early to retain freshness,it's light (12.5%), citrussy and bright. Uncomplicated and classic; bottled under screwcap. Now-2023 


ColourWhite

RegionBurgundy

GrowerLequin-Colin

Grape VarietyChardonnay

Vintage2019

ABV12.5%

Bottle75cl

CodeLEQ819

Our Rating

Dry

Dry > Sweet

Burgundy

The Burgundy Pyramid

Making sense of the complexity of the complexity of Burgundy isn’t easy.

Though Burgundy only comprises 5% of France’s vineyard area, it holds 100 different Appellations, 25% of the entire French total.  There are no less than 5,000 growers, 85% of whom own less than 10 hectares, and four fifths of them make wine.

To make matters...

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René Lequin-Colin

Santenay, France

This 9 hectare family domaine, which dates back over 300 years, has a lovely range of vineyards, deriving from the marital conjoining of Lequins from Santenay and Colins from Chassagne-Montrachet.

We think he makes no less than seventeen wines, though some in very small quantities, for example just one specially made small barrel of Batard-Montrachet!...

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Chardonnay

Chardonnay is one of the most-widely planted varieties in the world.

Arguably not the most characterful grape, hence its common ageing in oak, yet at its pinnacle in Burgundy it produces some of the greatest (and certainly most expensive) white wines in the world. Look out for unoaked Chardonnay, it can make a pleasant change, and usually goes down very well with all those people who...

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Pandolfi Price, Larkun Chardonnay, Valle del Itata, 2018

"Cool, fresh, fine Chardonnay on the nose – this would be a devilish wine to include in a blind tasting. Pure, cool and perfect. Cool as a cucumber in fact. A southern-hemisphere Chablis? This seems underpriced to me." VVGV Drink 2020 –2023 Jancis Robinson, May 2021
François Massoc, a gentle, thoughtful man, is a master winemaker. Born just down the road in Concepcion, he spent years studying in Dijon and making wine in Burgundy before returning to Chile. He assists...

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ColourWhite

RegionItata

GrowerPandolfi Price

Grape VarietyChardonnay

Vintage2018

ABV14%

Bottle75cl

CodePAP118

Our Rating

Dry

Dry > Sweet

Chardonnay

Chardonnay is one of the most-widely planted varieties in the world.

Arguably not the most characterful grape, hence its common ageing in oak, yet at its pinnacle in Burgundy it produces some of the greatest (and certainly most expensive) white wines in the world. Look out for unoaked Chardonnay, it can make a pleasant change, and usually goes down very well with all those people who...

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Jancis Robinson

We get super excited when Jancis Robinson (or one of her team) write about our wine!

Voted the world's most influential wine critic in polls in the US, France and internationally in 2018, Jancis views herself as a wine writer rather than a wine critic.

She writes daily for JancisRobinson.com and weekly for the Financial Times. She is founder-editor of The Oxford Companion...

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Goedverwacht, J & G Chardonnay, Robertson, 2018

Goedverwacht translates from Afrikaans as "good hope".This Chardonnay is made by father Jan Du Toit in collaboration with son Gawie, hence the J & G name on their superior range. It’s a small batch - just 9 barrels, so 6600 bottles - of Chardonnay aged in barrel for nine months. It well reflects the benefits of careful matching of variety to soil type, largely clay with underlying limestone.
Lightly oaked, creamy example. Offering a ripe gush of melon and tangerine, this is...

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ColourWhite

RegionRobertson

GrowerGoedverwacht

Grape VarietyChardonnay

Vintage2018

ABV13.5%

Bottle75cl

CodeGDV318

Our Rating

Dry

Dry > Sweet

Goedverwacht

Robertson, South Africa

Goedverwacht translates from Afrikaans as good hope – or great expectations, hence the labelling.

The du Toit family farm no less than 172 hectares of vines along the bends of the Breede river near Bonnievale.

The wines are made by father Jan in collaboration with son Gawie.  Jan once firmly told me his place in the world of wine in...

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Chardonnay

Chardonnay is one of the most-widely planted varieties in the world.

Arguably not the most characterful grape, hence its common ageing in oak, yet at its pinnacle in Burgundy it produces some of the greatest (and certainly most expensive) white wines in the world. Look out for unoaked Chardonnay, it can make a pleasant change, and usually goes down very well with all those people who...

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Domaine des Dieux, Chardonnay, Hemel-en-Aarde Ridge, 2016

"A smart cool-climate Chardonnay. About 30 per cent new oak. A perfect, luxurious but keenly priced alternative to white burgundy with a little bit on the end. Ambitious and refined. Great texture. Delicate.", Jancis Robinson, FT Weekend Magazine, 5th December 2020"VGV, 16.5/20", Jancis Robinson,jancisrobinson.com, 11th November 2020Lovely bright hue - does it have a hint of green? As ever, rich and opulent, showing lime and cream, whilst restrained by a chalky note. In...

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ColourWhite

RegionHemel-en-Aarde

GrowerDomaine des Dieux

Grape VarietyChardonnay

Vintage2016

ABV13.5%

Bottle75cl

CodeDDD116

Our Rating

Dry

Dry > Sweet

Domaine des Dieux

Hemel-en-Aarde, South Africa

Domaine des Dieux

The Hemel-en-Aarde Valley, which translates as Heaven on Earth, rises prettily from just west of Hermanus.

When we first visited in 2003...

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Chardonnay

Chardonnay is one of the most-widely planted varieties in the world.

Arguably not the most characterful grape, hence its common ageing in oak, yet at its pinnacle in Burgundy it produces some of the greatest (and certainly most expensive) white wines in the world. Look out for unoaked Chardonnay, it can make a pleasant change, and usually goes down very well with all those people who...

Discover More Chardonnay

Jancis Robinson

We get super excited when Jancis Robinson (or one of her team) write about our wine!

Voted the world's most influential wine critic in polls in the US, France and internationally in 2018, Jancis views herself as a wine writer rather than a wine critic.

She writes daily for JancisRobinson.com and weekly for the Financial Times. She is founder-editor of The Oxford Companion...

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Domaine Begude, Le Cerisier Pinot Noir, IGP Pays d'Oc, 2020

Now renamed the cherry tree, this Pinot is a long term favourite here, fresh and pure (just 10% goes into old barrels) and perfect for warmer weather, served cool with a plate of charcuterie or mild cheese. Inviting nose of wild strawberries and cherries. A lovely clean and fresh palate with strawberry, raspberry and cherry flavours. Juicy and ripe with a crisp, long finish. Now-2022


ColourRed

RegionLanguedoc

Sub RegionIGP Pays d'Oc

GrowerDomaine Begude

Grape VarietyPinot Noir

Vintage2020

ABV12.5%

Bottle75cl

CodeBEG620

Our Rating

Light Bodied

Light > Full

Languedoc-Roussillon

There’s something very complete about our annual offer of wines from the Languedoc and Roussillon: with whites, rosés and reds, and wonderful fortified wines, the Vins Doux Naturels which are such a speciality of the region, there should be something for all tastes. Secondly, there are wines for every budget; at every level we believe these wines continue to offer terrific...

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Domaine Begude

Limoux

We have been shipping wines from James Kinglake since he left his life in the City in 2003 to buy the Domaine La Begude, about 350 metres up in the foothills of the Pyrenees near Limoux.

"I could not quite afford to buy in Burgundy so I chose the next best thing". But it hasn't always been an easy ride: he acknowledges how tough it is to be a farmer: his...

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Pinot Noir

Pinot Noir  

Origins       

  • Ancient vine, perhaps 2,000 years old

Distant origins in France - first documented mention in France in 1375

Characteristics   

  • Finicky grape: notoriously difficult to grow (which is partly why it is hugely intriguing to New World...
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Lequin-Colin, Bourgogne Pinot Noir, 2018

All the wine goes into barrel but only 10% new. Bottled under screw cap, this wine is all about fruit. Ripe black cherry aroma. Lots of ripe lush black fruit with soft tannins: this is so rounded and complete for a generic Bourgogne Pinot Noir. Great value. Now-2024All François's wines are now organically certified, though he chooses not to state as such on the labels as he wants them to sell on their own merits, not just because of a green symbol! 


ColourRed

RegionBurgundy

Sub RegionCote de Beaune

GrowerLequin-Colin

Grape VarietyPinot Noir

Vintage2018

ABV13%

Bottle75cl

ClosureScrewcap

MethodOrganic

CodeLEQ618

Our Rating

Light-Medium bodied

Light > Full

Burgundy

The Burgundy Pyramid

Making sense of the complexity of the complexity of Burgundy isn’t easy.

Though Burgundy only comprises 5% of France’s vineyard area, it holds 100 different Appellations, 25% of the entire French total.  There are no less than 5,000 growers, 85% of whom own less than 10 hectares, and four fifths of them make wine.

To make matters...

Discover More Burgundy

René Lequin-Colin

Santenay, France

This 9 hectare family domaine, which dates back over 300 years, has a lovely range of vineyards, deriving from the marital conjoining of Lequins from Santenay and Colins from Chassagne-Montrachet.

We think he makes no less than seventeen wines, though some in very small quantities, for example just one specially made small barrel of Batard-Montrachet!...

Discover More René Lequin-Colin

Pinot Noir

Pinot Noir  

Origins       

  • Ancient vine, perhaps 2,000 years old

Distant origins in France - first documented mention in France in 1375

Characteristics   

  • Finicky grape: notoriously difficult to grow (which is partly why it is hugely intriguing to New World...
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Jancis Robinson

We get super excited when Jancis Robinson (or one of her team) write about our wine!

Voted the world's most influential wine critic in polls in the US, France and internationally in 2018, Jancis views herself as a wine writer rather than a wine critic.

She writes daily for JancisRobinson.com and weekly for the Financial Times. She is founder-editor of The Oxford Companion...

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Pasji Rep, Pinot Noir, Vipavska Dolina, 2017

Very high quality pure Pinot - in style lying somewhere between Burgundy and more fruity new world examples."Vipava's breezy climate suits Pinot Noir. Samo Premrn has recently taken over from his father and focusing on elegance in his wines. This refined version [2016 vintage] shows youthful raspberry fruit, gentle tannins and good length", Caroline Gilby, MW, Balkan Reds, Decanter, February 2019. Now-2023


ColourRed

RegionVipavska Dolina

GrowerPasji Rep

Grape VarietyPinot Noir

Vintage2017

ABV13%

Bottle75cl

ClosureCork

MethodOrganic

CodePAS817

Our Rating

Medium bodied

Light > Full

Pasji Rep

Vipava Valley, Slovenia

Samo Premrn is such an accomplished winemaker, crafting an exemplary range of organically certified wines from local and international varieties on the north-facing slopes in the eastern, narrow end of the Vipava Valley in western Slovenia.

Open to the Adriatic at the western end and with a cold mountain wind from the north, the valley is known as a...

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Pinot Noir

Pinot Noir  

Origins       

  • Ancient vine, perhaps 2,000 years old

Distant origins in France - first documented mention in France in 1375

Characteristics   

  • Finicky grape: notoriously difficult to grow (which is partly why it is hugely intriguing to New World...
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Mount Riley, Pinot Noir, Marlborough, 2019

We were really impressed by the generous raspberry and cherry fruit, just smoothed with a lick of oak. Decent concentration and ripeness. Now-2022


ColourRed

RegionMarlborough

GrowerMount Riley

Grape VarietyPinot Noir

Vintage2019

ABV13.5%

Bottle75cl

ClosureScrewcap

CodeMOU619

Our Rating

Light-Bodied

Light > Full

Pinot Noir

Pinot Noir  

Origins       

  • Ancient vine, perhaps 2,000 years old

Distant origins in France - first documented mention in France in 1375

Characteristics   

  • Finicky grape: notoriously difficult to grow (which is partly why it is hugely intriguing to New World...
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Wickhams Road, Pinot Noir, Gippsland, 2020

Gippsland is an up-and-coming coastal region east and south of Melbourne. Untasted as yet, but we anticipate this will have the same approachable Pinot character as its predecessors: bright red fruit, strawberry and cherry; supple and friendly. Now-2023


ColourRed

RegionGippsland

GrowerHoddles Creek

Grape VarietyPinot Noir

Vintage2020

ABV13%

Bottle75cl

ClosureScrewcap

CodeWIC620

Our Rating

Light bodied

Light > Full

Pinot Noir

Pinot Noir  

Origins       

  • Ancient vine, perhaps 2,000 years old

Distant origins in France - first documented mention in France in 1375

Characteristics   

  • Finicky grape: notoriously difficult to grow (which is partly why it is hugely intriguing to New World...
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Errazuriz, Pinot Noir, Aconcagua Costa, 2019

The latest vintage of the Aconcagua Costa Pinot is again brilliant. From vineyards on schist at Manzanar, it benefits from proximity to the cold Pacific Ocean, just 12 kilometres away, as the vines are refreshed and kept healthy by sea breezes.This successfully combines the virtues of superclean, ripe Chilean fruit with a burgundian freshness, restraint and tannin/acid spine. Perfumed cherries and raspberries. Delicious. Now-2023


ColourRed

RegionAconcagua

GrowerErrazuriz

Grape VarietyPinot Noir

Vintage2019

ABV13.5%

Bottle75cl

ClosureCork

CodeERR919

Our Rating

Medium Bodied

Light > Full

Pinot Noir

Pinot Noir  

Origins       

  • Ancient vine, perhaps 2,000 years old

Distant origins in France - first documented mention in France in 1375

Characteristics   

  • Finicky grape: notoriously difficult to grow (which is partly why it is hugely intriguing to New World...
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Burgundy & Beyond Dazzling Dozen

One bottle of each of the twelve wines listed below, six Chardonnnays and six Pinots

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Wow - talk about service! The wine arrived today all safe and sound. I can't buy vegetables in the supermarket but I have lovely wine. Thank you!

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Just wanted to say thank you so much for sending my order of 2 x Domaine Begude Rosé to my son and daughter-in-law - I couldn't believe that they received it within a day of my placing the order with you. That is IMPRESSIVE, especially given the current trying times.

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