A very unique wine as this Burgundy vineyard is owned and operated by an American family!!
Owner and winemaker, Christopher Newman uses 100% organic viticulture and cellar practices.
Cellar/Tasting Notes Produced from grapes from young vines, the 2011 La Gerbotte presents with a crisp aroma of warm apricot notes and ripe peach offset with cool' aromas of citrus fruit and salt. Solid structure, with lively energy and a persistent hint of salt.
The 2011 Meursault has a fragrant, ripe, full fruited bouquet which is confirmed on the palate. The generous, supple texture and the distinctive hazelnut and spice nuances carry into a persistent finish of great finesse.
Cellar/Tasting Notes A dark garnet color. The nose unveils woody, fruity and spicy scents. Then comes a round, full attack on the palate with velvety, silky tannins and beautiful balance… finesse, charm and elegance.
Cellar/Tasting Notes "Wood toast and vanilla notes fight somewhat with the notably ripe peach, pear and rosemary resin aromas though not enough to dominate them. There is exceptionally good richness and mid-palate density to the extract-rich flavors that possess fine intensity and perfectly well-integrated supporting..
Cellar/Tasting Notes The 2011 Pommard Monopoly Premier Cru Clos de la Commaraine is a rich wine, typical of Pommard: masculine, deep, very aromatic.
Cellar/Tasting Notes The 2011 Chambolle Musigny shows as a deeply coloured wine which develops red berries fruits - and undergrowth aromas when older. Though it is full bodied, this delicate wine has a silky finish.
The unique delicacy and amazing character of this wine is due to the soil of Chambolle Musigny, and..
Cellar/Tasting Notes The 2011 Vosne Romanée is a full bodied and well-balanced red wine. It has a strong violet and cherry nose. With its ruby colour, it is a mild and delicate wine.
It will pair perfect with roasts, game, red meat (in sauce) and most cheeses.
Cellar/Tasting Notes A strong color- red intense with violet hues. A fruity nose announces intense,
cherries and cassis. Silky tannins alongside fine acidity and the structure is ample and generous.
How can Clos Vougeot VV be $59.95???
Simple – this is a village-level Vougeot, made outside the ‘Clos”, a Vougeot, but not a Clos Vougeot - and it’s an astounding bargain.