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They do not have tannic astringency and their aromatic complexity is therefore fabulous!

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Catalog Autumn-Winter 2023/2024
2023/2024

This section includes all the novelties that were not present in our previous catalogue.

It groups together the châteaux and domaines that are making their entry (or their return!) into our selections, but also the new cuvées from producers that we were already following closely.

In any case, these wines are as deserving of your attention as they have been of ours, and we guarantee that they will be in our selections for a long time to come.


  • 6312
    ---- Champagne
    • Sparkling white
    • Wine in organic approach
    35,83 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    Son, grandson and great-grandson of winegrowers, Cédric Moussé took over the reins of the family estate in 2014 and modernised its his Champagne production from top to bottom.


    Nothing is left to chance to produce 'better' and 'better': synthetic pesticides and chemical weed pesticides and chemical weeding, eco-pasturing, self-sufficiency in electricity, natural temperature control in the winery, and the use of mineral sulphur (not derived from petrochemicals), lower sugar content during disgorgement, lighter bottles, use of paper capsules... A fervent advocate defender of Pinot Meunier, he offers deep but energetic cuvées with a delicate bubble texture. According to the Revue du Vin de France, which cites the estate for the second time in its 2024 guide, "the latest vintages are in fine form".

    The estate's flagship cuvée, Eugène is a blend of Pinot Meunier (80%) and Pinot Noir (20%), in a vinous but not heavy style.

    To keep or to drink:
    Ready to drink
    Apogée:
    2023-2027
    Potential alcohol:
    12%
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  • 6313
    ---- Champagne
    • Sparkling white
    • Wine in organic approach
    41,67 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    Son, grandson and great-grandson of winegrowers, Cédric Moussé took over the reins of the family estate in 2014 and modernised its Champagne production from top to bottom.

    Nothing is left to chance in order to produce 'better' and 'better' wines: the use of synthetic pesticides and chemical weedkillers has been abandoned, eco-pasturing has been introduced, the winery is self-sufficient in electricity, natural temperature control is used in the cellar, mineral sulphur (not derived from petrochemicals) is used, less sugar is added when the wine is disgorged, the bottles are lighter and paper capsules are used, etc. A fervent advocate of Pinot Meunier, he produces deep but energetic cuvées with a delicate bubble texture. According to the Revue du Vin de France, which cites the estate for the second time in its 2024 guide, "the latest vintages are in fine form".

    Les Vignes de mon Village, 100% pinot meunier, is proof that this grape variety, often regarded as 'rustic', can also produce elegant wines of astonishing depth.

    To keep or to drink:
    Ready to drink
    Apogée:
    2024-2028
    Potential alcohol:
    12%
    More
  • 6314
    2019 Champagne
    • Sparkling white
    • Wine in organic approach
    46,67 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    Son, grandson and great-grandson of winegrowers, Cédric Moussé took over the reins of the family estate in 2014 and modernised its Champagne production from top to bottom.

    Nothing is left to chance in order to produce 'better' and 'better' wines: the use of synthetic pesticides and chemical weedkillers has been abandoned, eco-pasturing has been introduced, the winery is self-sufficient in electricity, natural temperature control is used in the cellar, mineral sulphur (not derived from petrochemicals) is used, less sugar is added when the wine is disgorged, the bottles are lighter and paper capsules are used, etc. A fervent advocate of Pinot Meunier, he produces deep but energetic cuvées with a delicate bubble texture. According to the Revue du Vin de France, which cites the estate for the second time in its 2024 guide, "the latest vintages are in fine form".

    Les Terres d’Illite is a blend of Pinot Noir (80%) and Pinot Meunier (20%) from a plot of chalky marl rich in green clay.

    Les Terres d'Illite 2019, rated 93/100, is coup de ♥ in the Revue du Vin de France 2024 guide "crystalline, pure, with the miller standing aside in favour of the mineral terroir".

    To keep or to drink:
    Ready to drink
    Apogée:
    2024-2030
    Potential alcohol:
    12%
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  • 6316
    2018 Champagne
    • Sparkling white
    • Wine in organic approach
    91,67 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    Son, grandson and great-grandson of winegrowers, Cédric Moussé took over the reins of the family estate in 2014 and modernised its Champagne production from top to bottom.

    Nothing is left to chance in order to produce 'better' and 'better' wines: the use of synthetic pesticides and chemical weedkillers has been abandoned, eco-pasturing has been introduced, the winery is self-sufficient in electricity, natural temperature control is used in the cellar, mineral sulphur (not derived from petrochemicals) is used, less sugar is added when the wine is disgorged, the bottles are lighter and paper capsules are used, etc. A fervent advocate of Pinot Meunier, he produces deep but energetic cuvées with a delicate bubble texture. According to the Revue du Vin de France, which cites the estate for the second time in its 2024 guide, "the latest vintages are in fine form".

    The great cuvée Les Fortes Terres, 100% pinot meunier, is made from 4 parcels in the locality of "Les Fortes Terres", in Cuisles. Vinified exclusively in small containers and aged for 48 months, this top-of-the-range cuvée proves that pinot meunier, often wrongly regarded as rustic, can also produce elegant wines of astonishing depth.

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 1 to 2 years
    Apogée:
    2024-2030
    Potential alcohol:
    12%
    More
  • 6325
    ---- Champagne
    • Sparkling white
    37,50 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    Out of stock
    More

    A precise and meticulous worker, Francis Égly is at the top of the Champagne world. With his vineyards magnificently situated in grand cru (pinot noir and chardonnay in Ambonnay, Bouzy and Verzenay) and premier cru (in Vrigny and Bisseuil), he makes wines of prodigious vinosity, intensity and nobility of character, always on the razor's edge between the great ripeness of the grapes and a fine chalky minerality. All his vintages are vinified in wood, without malolactic fermentation. The critics are enthusiastic, such as M. Bettane, who says that "Égly-Ouriet sets the tone for all Champagne viticulture with vintages of staggering depth". Starting with the admirable flagship Brut Grand Cru, barely dosed (1g/l), slender and rich, with hints of iodine accompanying a fine bitterness.

    Created in 2020, the new cuvée "Les Prémices" is a blend, in equal parts, of chardonnay, pinot meunier and pinot noir. A perfect entry-level wine, fresh and elegant.


    To keep or to drink:
    Ready to drink
    Apogée:
    2024-2028
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  • 6326
    ---- Champagne
    • Sparkling white
    47,50 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    Out of stock
    More

    A precise and meticulous worker, Francis Égly is at the top of the Champagne world. With his vineyards magnificently situated in grand cru (pinot noir and chardonnay in Ambonnay, Bouzy and Verzenay) and premier cru (in Vrigny and Bisseuil), he makes wines of prodigious vinosity, intensity and nobility of character, always on the razor's edge between the great ripeness of the grapes and a fine chalky minerality. All his vintages are vinified in wood, without malolactic fermentation. The critics are enthusiastic, such as M. Bettane, who says that "Égly-Ouriet sets the tone for all Champagne viticulture with vintages of staggering depth". Starting with the admirable flagship Brut Grand Cru, barely dosed (1g/l), slender and rich, with hints of iodine accompanying a fine bitterness.

    Les Vignes de Vrigny is made exclusively from old Pinot Meunier vines from the Vrigny 1er Cru vineyard.

    To keep or to drink:
    Ready to drink
    Apogée:
    2024-2028
    More
  • 6327
    ---- Champagne
    • Sparkling white
    55,00 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    Out of stock
    More

    A precise and meticulous worker, Francis Égly is at the top of the Champagne world. With his vineyards magnificently situated in grand cru (pinot noir and chardonnay in Ambonnay, Bouzy and Verzenay) and premier cru (in Vrigny and Bisseuil), he makes wines of prodigious vinosity, intensity and nobility of character, always on the razor's edge between the great ripeness of the grapes and a fine chalky minerality. All his vintages are vinified in wood, without malolactic fermentation. The critics are enthusiastic, such as M. Bettane, who says that "Égly-Ouriet sets the tone for all Champagne viticulture with vintages of staggering depth".
    Starting with the admirable flagship Brut Grand Cru, barely dosed (1g/l), slender and rich, with hints of iodine accompanying a fine bitterness.

    An exception to the range, Les Vignes de Bisseuil is a blend of predominantly Chardonnay (70%) with Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier (15% each).

    To keep or to drink:
    Ready to drink
    Apogée:
    2024-2029
    More
  • 6328
    ---- Champagne
    • Sparkling white
    61,67 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    Out of stock
    More

    A precise and meticulous worker, Francis Égly is at the top of the Champagne world. With his vineyards magnificently situated in grand cru (pinot noir and chardonnay in Ambonnay, Bouzy and Verzenay) and premier cru (in Vrigny and Bisseuil), he makes wines of prodigious vinosity, intensity and nobility of character, always on the razor's edge between the great ripeness of the grapes and a fine chalky minerality. All his vintages are vinified in wood, without malolactic fermentation. The critics are enthusiastic, such as M. Bettane, who says that "Égly-Ouriet sets the tone for all Champagne viticulture with vintages of staggering depth".

    Starting with the admirable flagship Brut Grand Cru, barely dosed (1g/l), slender and rich, with hints of iodine accompanying a fine bitterness.

    To keep or to drink:
    Ready to drink
    Apogée:
    2024-2030
    More
  • 6329
    ---- Champagne
    • Sparkling rose
    79,58 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    Out of stock
    More

    A precise and meticulous worker, Francis Égly is at the top of the Champagne world. With his vineyards magnificently situated in grand cru (pinot noir and chardonnay in Ambonnay, Bouzy and Verzenay) and premier cru (in Vrigny and Bisseuil), he makes wines of prodigious vinosity, intensity and nobility of character, always on the razor's edge between the great ripeness of the grapes and a fine chalky minerality. All his vintages are vinified in wood, without malolactic fermentation. The critics are enthusiastic, such as M. Bettane, who says that "Égly-Ouriet sets the tone for all Champagne viticulture with vintages of staggering depth". Starting with the admirable flagship Brut Grand Cru, barely dosed (1g/l), slender and rich, with hints of iodine accompanying a fine bitterness.

    The Grand Cru Brut Rosé is vinified entirely in barrels, and is made from pinot noir (70%) and chardonnay (30%).

    To keep or to drink:
    Ready to drink
    Apogée:
    2024-2029
    More
  • 6330
    ---- Champagne
    • Sparkling white
    79,58 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    Out of stock
    More

    A precise and meticulous worker, Francis Égly is at the top of the Champagne world. With his vineyards magnificently situated in grand cru (pinot noir and chardonnay in Ambonnay, Bouzy and Verzenay) and premier cru (in Vrigny and Bisseuil), he makes wines of prodigious vinosity, intensity and nobility of character, always on the razor's edge between the great ripeness of the grapes and a fine chalky minerality. All his vintages are vinified in wood, without malolactic fermentation. The critics are enthusiastic, such as M. Bettane, who says that "Égly-Ouriet sets the tone for all Champagne viticulture with vintages of staggering depth". Starting with the admirable flagship Brut Grand Cru, barely dosed (1g/l), slender and rich, with hints of iodine accompanying a fine bitterness.

    The Grand Cru Vieillissement Prolongé cuvée, from the terroirs of Ambonnay, Bouzy and Verzenay, has been aged in the cellar for over 7 years to express its full power.

    Coup de ♥ from the Guide La Revue des Vins de France 2024 "This complex and flavoursome wine transports us with the beautiful management of its power. A strong chalky and mineral marker gives it exceptional depth and finesse."

    To keep or to drink:
    Ready to drink
    Apogée:
    2024-2032
    More
  • 6331
    ---- Champagne
    • Sparkling white
    187,50 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    A precise and meticulous worker, Francis Égly is at the top of the Champagne world. With his vineyards magnificently situated in grand cru (pinot noir and chardonnay in Ambonnay, Bouzy and Verzenay) and premier cru (in Vrigny and Bisseuil), he makes wines of prodigious vinosity, intensity and nobility of character, always on the razor's edge between the great ripeness of the grapes and a fine chalky minerality. All his vintages are vinified in wood, without malolactic fermentation. The critics are enthusiastic, such as M. Bettane, who says that "Égly-Ouriet sets the tone for all Champagne viticulture with vintages of staggering depth". Starting with the admirable flagship Brut Grand Cru, barely dosed (1g/l), slender and rich, with hints of iodine accompanying a fine bitterness.

    The Grand Cru Blanc de Noirs comes from an old Pinot Noir vineyard, planted in 1946. The vines are deeply rooted in the chalk (the locality is called "Les Crayères"), which is only 30 cm above ground level.

    To keep or to drink:
    Ready to drink
    Apogée:
    2024-2034
    More
  • 6310
    2022 Bordeaux dry white
    • Dry white
    32,92 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    Aware of the potential of his terroir (classified as a Sauternes 1er Grand Cru), Vincent Labergère has been working for 10 years to produce a great dry wine. Nothing has been left to chance: the grapes, from a specific 2 hectare plot of blue clay and limestone, have been harvested and vinified separately to allow each grape variety (Semillon and Sauvignon) to deliver their greatest aromatic complexity.

    2022 is the first vintage of this gastronomic wine, full of tension and length. A rare wine (only 6 barrels).

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 3 to 5 years
    Apogée:
    2020-2028
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  • 6315
    2021 Bordeaux dry white
    • Dry white
    124,17 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    Ultra-confidential white wine from Cos d'Estournel, with a predominance of Sauvignon Blanc (75%) on a terroir located at the northern tip of the Médoc. The proximity of the Gironde estuary and the Atlantic Ocean gives the wine its freshness, its mineral notes and its marine accents.

    As the Revue du Vin de France pointed out during the Primeurs tastings, the 2021 vintage is "one of the most accomplished in its history".

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 1 to 2 years
    Apogée:
    2023-2032
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  • 6318
    2020 Sauternes
    • Sweet white
    • Certified organic wine
    39,17 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    The only 1er cru classé in the commune of Sauternes with Yquem, Guiraud offers rich, voluminous, powerful wines with a formal classicism. Certified organic since the 2011 vintage.

    Rated 92/100 by N. Martin «The 2020 Haut-Bergeron, which incidentally comes with a special label to celebrate its bicentenary, has e very pure and perfumed nose with dried honey, white peach, saffran and japanese yuzu. Impressive delineation. The palate is well-balanced with impactful concentration, pretty spicy with stem ginger and lemongrass. Very fine.» (December 2022)

    Le millésime 2020 est coup de ♥ du Guide Hachette 2024 «sa richesse aromatique se prolonge dans une bouche ample, généreuse, riche, dans la plus grande tradition des sauternes classiques

    To keep or to drink:
    Ready to drink
    More
  • 6354
    2021 Fronsac
    • Red
    • Certified organic wine
    15,42 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    Certified organic since 2015 and with a vineyard that is entirely biodynamic, Château de La Dauphine aims, beyond its 350 years of history, to set an example of modern winegrowing that is mindful of environmental issues. The wines, with more finesse than extraction, lack neither substance nor charm. "La Dauphine is clearly one of Fronsac's benchmarks," says Mr Galloni.

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 1 to 2 years
    Apogée:
    2023-2030
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  • 5856
    2020 Pessac-Léognan red
    • Red
    150,00 € ex VAT wooden case of 1 magnum 150cl
    Out of stock
    More

    Since 1985, Pape Clément has magnificently combined the bouquet and natural finesse of the Graves with the power of its terroir (comparable to that of the greatest Pauillac wines). It is undoubtedly one of the super seconds on the left bank, what is confirmed by the marks attributed to its latest vintages.

    The 2020 vintage is rated 95/100 by N. Martin «The 2020 Pape Clément (red) has a incredibly intense bouquet with multi-layered blackberry and bilberry fruit, cedar and black olive compote aromas. Hints of vanilla pod and black truffle emerge with time. The palate is medium-bodied with firm and quite assertive tannins that frame a huge weight of fruit (more than Domaine de Chevalier or Malartic-Lagravière tasted alongside). It's not a subtle Pessac-Léognan for sure, but there is adequate freshness and a sense of minerality and tension on the finish. It will require at least a decade in bottle but long-term, this will be magnificent. » (Décembre 2022)

    Rated 92/100 byle Guide Bettane et Desseauve 2024

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 3 to 5 years
    Apogée:
    2026-2040
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  • 6406
    2021 Margaux
    • Red
    35,00 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    With a winegrowing past dating back to the 17th century and classified as a 3rd growth in 1855, Château Marquis d'Alesme has nevertheless fallen into decline as it has been bought up (many times).

    The Perrodo family (Labégorce, Labégorce-Zédée, La Tour de Mons) acquired it in 2006 in a poor state of repair, with solid ambitions: redistribution of the small 15-hectare vineyard, meticulous work in the vineyard, and a state-of-the-art winery... The vineyard has regained its credentials in recent vintages, as confirmed by the critics' notes and comments.

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 1 to 2 years
    Apogée:
    2025-2035
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  • 5858
    2020 Margaux
    • Red
    105,00 € ex VAT wooden case of 1 magnum 150cl
    Out of stock
    More

    Back in top form since the early 2000s, the great Giscours estate has once again become one of the major Margaux growths, in its own distinctive style: very colourful, full-bodied and richly fruity for a Margaux. Its ageing ability has made its reputation as much as its always wise prices.

    The 2020 vintage is rated 93/100 by le Guide Bettane et Desseauve 2024 

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 5 to 10 years
    Apogée:
    2028-2040
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  • 5754
    2020 Pauillac
    • Red
    • Certified organic wine
    195,83 € ex VAT wooden case of 1 magnum 150cl
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    Contiguous to Mouton-Rothschild, Pontet-Canet is in good vintages the very type of great Pauillac, straight and racy. The first of the Grands Crus Classés to be certified "organic" (in 2010), Pontet-Canet has been at the top of the Médoc since 2000.

    The 2020 vintage is rated 99/100 by La Revue du Vin de France "The wine is spectacular on the palate too, full and vibrant. A touch of acidity gives it plenty of spring and stretches the finish. A bottle of absolute harmony" (September 2023)

    The 2020 vintage is rated 95/100 by N. Martin "Quite structured on the finish (more so than previous vintages) with a soft, insistent grip. This wine is unquestionably more classic than the 2019 recently tasted blind and should mature well in bottle. Excellent." (December 2022)

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 5 to 10 years
    Apogée:
    2030-2044
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  • 5867
    2020 Saint-estèphe
    • Red
    350,00 € ex VAT wooden case of 1 magnum 150cl
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    After 43 vintages, Mr Charmolüe sold the estate to Mr Bouygues in 2006. The change of ownership was accompanied by a spectacular project designed to bring Montrose into the 21st century: use of geothermal energy, installation of photovoltaic panels, recycling of CO2 from alcoholic fermentation...

    There has also been a change of style in the wines, with a move towards greater aromatic complexity and textural refinement. Montrose nevertheless remains a wine of great breed, resting on a powerful tannic architecture and reserved for the most patient connoisseurs.

    Coup de ♥ from the Guide Hachette 2024 "A great Montrose, without doubt, as is the 2020 du cru. [...] The palate combines power, softness, finesse, freshness and length in perfect harmony. Elegance itself".

    The 2020 vintage is rated 98/100 by La Revue du Vin de France "This is the most aristocratic of the appellation, but also the tightest at this stage. With superb precision and impeccable definition, it has not yet released its full potential, but the muscle is there and everything is in place to produce an exceptional wine in ten years' time". (September 2023)

    Rated 99/100 by N. Martin (Vinous), and ranked top of all 2020 Bordeaux reds "This wine is much more detailed than the 2019 or 2018. It's a symmetrical Montrose of unerring precision and minerality, whose silky texture conceals the underlying power. This is unequivocally a brilliant wine and a benchmark for recent years." (February 2023)

    Also rated 99/100 by A. Galloni (Vinous) "The 2020 is a modern classic for Montrose and one of the great wines of the Left Bank." (February 2023)

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 10 years and more
    Apogée:
    2023-2042
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  • 6407
    2020 Saint-Émilion
    • Red
    • Wine in organic approach
    19,58 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    Bought in 2008 by the Vauthier family, this cru, ideally situated between La Gaffelière and Canon La Gaffelière, has undergone major restructuring: the 10 hectares have been completely replanted to achieve a density worthy of a premier grand cru classé (12,600 vines per hectare).

    The high proportion of Cabernet Franc in the blend (40%) tempers the sun-drenched nature of the terroir (south-facing), and gives the wines an elegant, long-lasting structure. Recent vintages have convinced us that Haut-Simard deserves urgent attention.

    Like all Vauthier vineyards (Ausone, La Clotte, Moulin Saint Georges...), Haut-Simard began its conversion to organic farming in 2020.

    The 2020 vintage is rated 92/100 by J-M Quarin "Meticulous on entry, juicy in the middle, with brightness of flavor and body, the wine flows straight through to a meticulously woven finish. Fine grain. Unputdownable." (March 2023)

    Quoted in the 2024 edition of the Guide Hachette Vins "With 40% Cabernet Franc, this cru stands out eloquently. The well-matched woody and vanilla notes, combined with fresh cherry and blackberry, and the round, velvety character of the palate make for a convincing whole, sustained by beautiful freshness. An elegant wine with great potential."

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 1 to 2 years
    Apogée:
    2025-2039
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  • 6408
    2018 Saint-Émilion
    • Red
    18,33 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    Bought in 2008 by the Vauthier family, this cru, ideally situated between La Gaffelière and Canon La Gaffelière, has undergone major restructuring: the 10 hectares have been completely replanted to achieve a density worthy of a premier grand cru classé (12,600 vines per hectare).

    The high proportion of Cabernet Franc in the blend (40%) tempers the sun-drenched nature of the terroir (south-facing), and gives the wines an elegant, long-lasting structure. Recent vintages have convinced us that Haut-Simard deserves urgent attention.

    Like all Vauthier vineyards (Ausone, La Clotte, Moulin Saint Georges...), Haut-Simard began its conversion to organic farming in 2020.

    The 2018 vintage is rated 92/100 by J-M Quarin "Delicious wine, with a silky mouthfeel, developing fragrantly and without tannic angles. Delicious length. Here again, the Cabernet Franc plays a major role." (January 2022)

    Also rated 91/100 by A. Galloni (Vinous) "The 2018 Haut-Simard is brisk and aromatically expressive, with mid-weight structure and tons of verve. Sweet red cherry, blood orange, mint, sage, lavender and rose petals all grace this beautifully layered, vibrant Saint-Emilion." (March 2021)

    To keep or to drink:
    Ready to drink
    Apogée:
    2022-2034
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  • 6409
    2016 Saint-Émilion
    • Red
    18,33 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
    More

    Bought in 2008 by the Vauthier family, this cru, ideally situated between La Gaffelière and Canon La Gaffelière, has undergone major restructuring: the 10 hectares have been completely replanted to achieve a density worthy of a premier grand cru classé (12,600 vines per hectare).

    The high proportion of Cabernet Franc in the blend (40%) tempers the sun-drenched nature of the terroir (south-facing), and gives the wines an elegant, long-lasting structure. Recent vintages have convinced us that Haut-Simard deserves urgent attention.

    Like all Vauthier vineyards (Ausone, La Clotte, Moulin Saint Georges...), Haut-Simard began its conversion to organic farming in 2020.

    The 2016 vintage is rated 91/100 by J-M Quarin "Meticulous on the attack, developing refined to the touch and melting. The wine evolves juicy and noble with great taste and a long, seductive finish. A delight" (April 2017)

    Also rated 93/100 by N. Martin  
    "The 2016 Haut-Simard has a top-notch bouquet of gorgeous, well-defined blackberry, briar and raspberry aromas that burst from the glass. [...] This is the finest Haut-Simard i have tasted. Excellent." et 92/100 par A. Galloni "Haut-Simard is one of the hidden gems in the Vauthier family's range of wines and a sleeper in 2016." (January 2019)

    To keep or to drink:
    Ready to drink
    Apogée:
    2021-2036
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  • 5934
    2020 Saint-Émilion
    • Red
    158,33 € ex VAT wooden case of 1 magnum 150cl
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    Dazzling success since 2015 of this great terroir just below Ausone: aromatic precision, superlative but harmonious depth, a big congratulations to Mr. Mallet (owner) and Mr. Derenoncourt (consultant). Since 2010, La Gaffelière is undoubtedly flying from success to success!

    "We are here at the heart of what is most sensual and singular in Saint-Emilion", according to the Revue du Vin de France.

    Le millésime 2020 est noté 96/100 par La Revue du Vin de France : « Magnifique concentration, veloutée, suave, sans l'excès solaire de ce millésime. [...] Le raffinement de matière le hisse avec grâce dans l'univers des grands Saint-Emilion. »

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 5 to 10 years
    Apogée:
    2025-2040
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  • 5935
    2019 Saint-Émilion
    • Red
    149,17 € ex VAT wooden case of 1 magnum 150cl
    More

    Dazzling success since 2015 of this great terroir just below Ausone: aromatic precision, superlative but harmonious depth, a big congratulations to Mr. Mallet (owner) and Mr. Derenoncourt (consultant). Since 2010, La Gaffelière is undoubtedly flying from success to success!

    "We are here at the heart of what is most sensual and singular in Saint-Emilion", according to the Revue du Vin de France.

    Rated 96/100 by the Revue du Vin de France "Fresh and perfectly balanced, the wine is classic and represents the archetypal aristocratic and distinguished Saint-Emilion, without ostentatious signs" (Guide 2023)

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 1 to 2 years
    Apogée:
    2025-2040
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  • 6424
    2021 Saint-Émilion
    • Red
    147,92 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
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    A small estate located near Troplong-Mondot and Valandraud, acquired in 2009 by Jacques Thienpont (already owner of Ch. Le Pin). A wine that is as exceptional as it is confidential (6 hectares)!

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    Apogée:
    2026-2038
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  • 6346
    2021 Gevrey-Chambertin 1er cru red
    • Red
    • Certified organic wine
    82,92 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
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    As a major player in the Marsannay appellation, Domaine Fournier gives wine lovers the rare opportunity to acquire great Pinots from the northern part of the Côte de Nuits at a reasonable price. With 21 hectares, 17 of which are in Marsannay, this estate produces enthusiastic, deep-coloured, fleshy and intense wines, always on the edge between richness and freshness, delicacy and finesse.

    Rated one star in the guide of the Revue du Vin de France.

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 3 to 5 years
    Apogée:
    2027-2038
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  • 6349
    2021 Bourgogne rouge
    • Red
    • Certified organic wine
    23,33 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
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    Cyprien Arlaud has awakened this beautiful family estate of 15 hectares between Gevrey, Morey and Chambolle. Its wines, biodynamic since 2010, complete and delicious, have a frankness, a voluptuousness of texture and a rare aromatic elegance. The most recent vintages attest to remarkable progress, this domain clearly aims for excellence. Rated two stars in the guide of La Revue du Vin de France.

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    Apogée:
    2025-2033
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  • 6350
    2021 Gevrey-Chambertin village
    • Red
    • Certified organic wine
    48,33 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
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    Cyprien Arlaud has awakened this beautiful family estate of 15 hectares between Gevrey, Morey and Chambolle. Its wines, biodynamic since 2010, complete and delicious, have a frankness, a voluptuousness of texture and a rare aromatic elegance. The most recent vintages attest to remarkable progress, this domain clearly aims for excellence. Rated two stars in the guide of La Revue du Vin de France.

    To keep or to drink:
    Wait 1 to 2 years
    Apogée:
    2026-2035
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  • 6582
    2018 Gevrey-Chambertin village
    • Red
    • Certified organic wine
    54,17 € ex VAT bottle 75cl
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    Cyprien Arlaud has awakened this beautiful family estate of 15 hectares between Gevrey, Morey and Chambolle. Its wines, biodynamic since 2010, complete and delicious, have a frankness, a voluptuousness of texture and a rare aromatic elegance. The most recent vintages attest to remarkable progress, this domain clearly aims for excellence. Rated two stars in the guide of La Revue du Vin de France.

    To keep or to drink:
    Ready to drink
    Apogée:
    2026-2035
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