Cellar/Tasting Notes "Enticing aromas of toffee, cream, dried apricot and caramel, Full-bodied, very sweet and thick, with honey and caramel flavors. Long and rich, oozing with sweet ripe fruit, this s like liquid candy."
Cellar/Tasting Notes "... The rich, round and velvety flavors are blessed with an abundance of dry extract that coats the mouth and buffers the tannins on the firm and exceptionally long finish where, like the Bressandes, the wood resurfaces. This classic Clos du Roi is built to age..."
Cellar/Tasting Notes Since the fifteenth century, men and women have left their property to the Hospices de Beaune. The Hospices de Beaune area is so built as a reflection of the generosity of the Burgundians and the multitude of the greatest terroirs of Burgundy.
The wines, sold at auction every third Sunday..
Cellar/Tasting Notes "A stunning effort, with aromas and flavors of dried pear, apple crisp and candied citrus that are reminiscent of fine white Burgundy. Powerfully spicy, showing crystallized ginger, dried sage and tarragon notes. Seductively creamy on the refined and intense finish."
Cellar/Tasting Notes Each year, on the third weekend of November, Beaune plays host to the world's most famous charity wine sale. Professionals, connoisseurs and wine lovers come together for festivities, the epitome of pure Burgundy tradition.
Beaune and its hospices (charitable institution) have been..
Cellar/Tasting Notes "Soft wood frames exuberantly fresh and expressive aromas of green fruit, green apple and pungent stone notes. There is outstanding volume and plenty of raw power to the tautly muscled large-scaled flavors that terminate in a focused, driving and wonderfully persistent finish. This is a big wine..
Cellar/Tasting Notes "The mouthfilling flavors of dried cherry, currant and ripe pear are flanked by concentrated notes of allspice and dark chocolate. The finish unfolds with layers of candied ginger, pineapple and cream that are unctuous and complex."
Cellar/Tasting Notes In Burgundy, "no other property is more valuable than the vines," thus the Domaine des Hospices de Beaune is built, reflecting the multitude of the greatest terroirs of Burgundy and generosity.
Arthur Girard bequeathed part of his worldly goods to the Hôtel-Dieu in 1936. This included..