Fall-Winter 2022/2023 Selection


Today we uploaded the new collection Fall-Winter 2022/2023, which will accompany us until April 15.

Among the main novelties of this season :

  • in Bordeaux

    - the arrival of the first wines of 2020 just bottled (the others will be released at the beginning of next year), a vintage of perfect balance, rich and dynamic, concentrated and precise, in line with 2016. Likewise, 2020 will delight us in the short term (at least 5 years) as well as in the long term (20 years and more).

    - the return of the organic Clos du Jaugueyron which, on 8 hectares straddling the Haut-Médoc and Margaux appellations, produces admirable wines described by the Revue du Vin de France as "Margaux in the Burgundian way".

  • in Burgundy

    - here too, the 2020s are creating the event. To set the scene, we will quote the magazine Bourgogne Aujourd'hui, which in August 2021 ran the headline on its cover: "Vintage 2020 - The Greatest?", then in April 2022 "2018-2019-2020, the 3 Fantastic".

    - the selection of Domaine Luc et Lise Pavelot (organic), that is to say the best of Burgundy: great terroirs (Pernand-Vergelesses and hill of Corton), practices intelligently combining tradition and modernity, prices more than wise (and more than rare...).

  • in Switzerland: the Cave des Amandiers, domain of one of the star winemakers of the Valais, Alexandre Delétraz, with 2 dry white wines (100% petite arvine) and a red (100% syrah like a Côte-Rôtie).

  • in Armagnac: Domaine du Hourtica, one of the most authentic producers of Bas-Armagnac, with unrectified eaux-de-vie sold after a minimum of 20 years of aging. Four vintages from 1995 to 1969.

  • Our 4 Tasting Offers, two white wines (Galicia and Barsac) and two red wines (Fronsac and Margaux) with a discount.

2021 Futures


The 2021 vintage will soon be offered for reservation in primeur this month of May.

From Monday 16 May, we will open the "Primeurs 2021" tab and put the wines online as and when they are offered by the châteaux.

On Saturday 21 May, we will send out the first "2021 Futures" newsletter with the new wines of the past week, our comments on the quality or price of each one, and our favourites (or not!).

Then every Saturday until mid-July, a new newsletter will allow you to follow the progress of this campaign live.

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