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  1. Albert Bichot Bonnes Mares Grand Cru, Cote de Nuits 2015
  2. Albert Bichot Bourgogne Vieilles Vignes de Pinot Noir, Burgundy 2014

    Albert Bichot Bourgogne Vieilles Vignes de Pinot Noir, Burgundy 2014

    This Pinot Noir Vieilles Vignes has a lovely intensive red color. It is just as flattering to the nose thanks to a seductive palette of very fruity aromas - notes of blackcurrant, redcurrant and plum. The mouth is fleshy and well-balanced and enhanced by discreet woody notes with a pleasant finish. Learn More
  3. Albert Bichot Chablis 2015

    Albert Bichot Chablis 2015

    Beautiful greenish-gold in colour. Fresh and elegant on the nose with lemony and mineral nuances. Lovely overall harmony with remarkable power and length. This Chablis calls for classic matches. Enjoy its refreshing character as an aperitif served alongside smoked salmon on toast. Its richness is complemented by firm oysters with a slight nuttiness. Serve between 9° and 11°C to preserve this wine's freshness and minerality. A pleasure wine best enjoyed within the next 3 to 5 years. Learn More
  4. Albert Bichot Clos de la Roche Grand Cru, Cote de Nuits 2015
  5. Albert Bichot Domaine Adelie Champs Martin, Mercurey Premier Cru 2014

    Albert Bichot Domaine Adelie Champs Martin, Mercurey Premier Cru 2014

    This Mercurey Premier Cru "Champs Martin" is fresh, fine and fragrant. Slightly oaked notes complement black fruit aromas on the nose, along with scents of violet, blueberry, blackberry and liquorice. Fleshy and velvety on the palate with flavours of strawberry and vanilla. Highly aromatic finish. Learn More
  6. Albert Bichot Domaine du Clos Frantin Gevrey-Chambertin Les Murots 2014

    Albert Bichot Domaine du Clos Frantin Gevrey-Chambertin Les Murots 2014

    Our Gevrey Chambertin « Les Murots » has a lovely ruby red robe with light raspberry reflections. The nose has aromas of ripe red and black fruit on a background of spicy and woody notes. Further years of ageing will bring forward animal, musc and fur notes. Full-flavoured and velvety, this wine is silky, robust, tannic and well-balanced. A beautiful and persistent finale where the primary nose is echoed. Learn More
  7. Albert Bichot Montagny Premier Cru, Cote de Beaune 2014

    Albert Bichot Montagny Premier Cru, Cote de Beaune 2014

    This brilliant, limpid Montagny Premier Cru is golden in colour and redolent of oak, vanilla and brioche. It is round and delectable on the palate with lovely vivacity and minerality. The finish is long and fragrant with flavours of almond and fresh and cooked apple. Learn More
  8. Bouchard Pere & Fils Chambertin Clos de Beze Grand Cru, Cote de Nuits 2015

    Bouchard Pere & Fils Chambertin Clos de Beze Grand Cru, Cote de Nuits 2015

    95-98 points Wine Spectator - "The thoroughbred Chambertin-Clos de Bèze, from purchased grapes that were harvested by the BP&F team, bursting with black cherry, blackberry, mineral and spice flavors backed by terrific energy. (2/2017)

    93-95 points Vinous - "More energetic and terroir-driven on the nose than the Chapelle-Chambertin, offering scents of black cherry, licorice, minerals and medicinal spices. Wonderfully silky and seamless but also quite firm, with its currant, licorice and salty mineral flavors lifted by a peppery element that is no doubt at least partly from the stems. The tactile, powerful, slowly mounting finish displays extremely refined tannins and saturates the taste buds. Left behind a captivating perfume of dried flowers in the empty glass." (1/2017)

    93-96 points Allen Meadows, Burghound - "More subtle though still prominent oak can be found on the much more reserved red currant and dark berry-suffused nose that displays an astonishing array of spice, exotic tea and soft earth aromas. There is better energy as well as more evident minerality on the sleek and sophisticated flavors that deliver superb length and depth on the balanced finale. This is a powerful but classy effort that, very much like the Le Corton, is going to need a long stay in a cool cellar to fully resolve the supporting structure." (4/2017)

    93-95 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate - "The 2015 Chambertin Clos de Bèze Grand Cru comes from purchased fruit, always from the same owner and parcel. It has a pleasant bouquet: cranberry, sous-bois and dried orange peel emerging with time, though I would like to see more tension come through once this is in bottle. The palate is well balanced with supple tannin, finely judged acidity and nicely integrated new oak. This actually seems to meliorate in the mouth and I particularly like the harmony on the finish. It should turn into a sophisticated red Burgundy, albeit affording it 4-6 years in bottle. Good work here. Bouchard Père & Fils is one of Burgundy's most historical producers. To be honest, I have found some inconsistency in recent vintages and have not pulled any punches in previous reviews, nor this. On the other hand, I must commend them on delivering some surprisingly fine whites that surpassed my expectations and a cluster of delicious reds, in particular around the Beaune appellation. "Spring was very nice but the pressure of oïdium was high," I was informed at the winery during my visit. "Flowering was quick and homogeneous, but the vines continued to suffer after the hail in previous years. August was very clement and we kept the leaves to prevent some grillure. The 50-60mm of rain just after flowering was very important and certainly kept the balance in the vineyard. There was sporadic rainfall to top on the vineyards at the end of each month. We started the harvest on 2 September and finished 13. (12/2016) Learn More
  9. Bouchard Pere & Fils Corton-Charlemagne Grand Cru 2014

    Bouchard Pere & Fils Corton-Charlemagne Grand Cru 2014

    95 points James Suckling - "This is a very structured Corton-Charlemagne with phenolic strength and vivid fruit character of lightly cooked apples and hints of straw. So polished yet layered. Like a red wine in mouthfeel. Try in 2022." (4/2016)

    94 points Allen Meadows Burghound - " (from a huge 3.65 ha plot in Le Corton) Mild notes of wood and reduction mask the underlying fruit though I can say that it appears to be ripe. Otherwise there is outstanding volume and concentration to the big-bodied and openly muscular flavors that exhibit evident power and punch on the hugely long finale. This is presently very compact and like the Perrières very clearly built to age. I should note that while this is certainly going to need time it is not especially austere and I suspect that it will begin to drink well after only 5-ish years or so if that's your preference. Drink: 2024+. *Don't miss!*" (7/2016)

    94 points Vinous - "Highly complex, soil-driven aromas of lime blossom, menthol, white pepper, mint and musky flowers. Utterly seamless and suave but very youthfully unevolved, with fresh citrus and mineral flavors complicated by sexy brown spices. A wonderfully subtle, lemony, penetrating wine with great flavor intensity and near-perfect acid balance. Most impressive today on the very subtle, slowly mounting, ultimately palate-staining finish. Conveys an impression of nobility without huge weight or power. Bouchard has bottled a splendid set of grand crus in 2014." (ST) (9/2016)

    93 points Wine Spectator - " Well-marked by new oak, along with lemon, white peach and mineral flavors, this gets more integrated as the lively acidity drives the long aftertaste. Give this six months to a year to really sing." (BS) Learn More
  10. Bouchard Pere & Fils Corton-Charlemagne Grand Cru, Cote de Beaune 2015

    Bouchard Pere & Fils Corton-Charlemagne Grand Cru, Cote de Beaune 2015

    92-94 Points - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2015 Corton-Charlemagne Grand Cru has a composed, citrus peel, granitic bouquet that feels a little "cooler" than others that I have encountered, the altitude and clay soils lending this the reserve to counterbalance the precocity of the growing season. The palate is well balanced with pleasing acidity, tightly-wound with a noticeable marine element that becomes more pronounced towards the finish. It has the weight and intensity you expect from a Corton-Charlemagne and it should repay those who cellar it for 5-7 years. This is a fine effort in such a warm vintage." - Neal Martin (30th Dec 2016)

    91-93 Points - Stephen Tanzer: "(from a high-altitude, windy, east-facing vineyard in which maturity generally arrives late, preserving the wine's freshness): Very pale color. Pungent aromas of apple, spices, toast, white flowers and flinty minerality. Lovely fresh apricot fruit is given verve by enlivening acidity and a touch of orange peel. In a very ripe, extract-rich style, finishing with a slightly tannic impression and a touch of bitter orange. This would make a great digestif. The crop level here was just 29 hectoliters per hectare as a sizable percentage of these vines are 80 years old. This wine actually showed a creamier, sweeter middle palate as it opened in the glass." - Stephen Tanzer (June 2016)

    93 points Allen Meadows - Burghound - "This is perhaps the freshest wine in the range and the least marked by the high ripeness of the vintage with its wonderfully pure nose of citrus elements that combine with floral and green apple scents. There is fine intensity to the muscular, dense and powerful broad-shouldered flavors that even manage to display a certain refinement on the sleek, dry and wonderfully long finish. Good stuff and while I wouldn't describe this as classic in style, it still offers much to like. *Sweet Spot* " (6/2017) Learn More

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