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Region Producer Vintage Name Qty Unit Case Format Price Note Ratingsort descending
Red Burgundy Jadot, Louis 2012 Gevrey Estournelles St Jacques

2 Case 6 75cl £350
Red Burgundy Jadot, Louis 2011 Vosne 1er Cru Chaumes

1 Case 6 75cl £285
Red Burgundy Coquard Loison Fleurot 2015 Clos Vougeot

2 Case 6 75cl £820
Red Burgundy Jadot, Louis 2012 Clos de la Roche -

2 Case 6 75cl £650
  • Tasting note: A pungently earthy nose also offers supporting aromas of gentle wood, spice and both red and dark fruit components. There is excellent richness and body to the large-scaled, mineral-inflected and openly powerful flavors that possess plenty of tannin-buffering dry extract before terminating in a striking long finish. This is a robust and very serious effort that possesses excellent cellaring potential and note well that it will need it as this is presently a bruiser. 93/100

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Red Burgundy Jadot, Louis 2011 Clos Saint Denis

3 Case 6 75cl £690
  • Tasting note: A tight and while not completely closed, it would be fair to describe as the nose of subtly layered and spicy dark currant aromas as highly restrained. By contrast, there is fine vibrancy and freshness to the silky and focused middle weight flavors that are shaped by fine grained if distinctly firm tannins, all wrapped in a wonderfully intense, mouth coating, impressively persistent and austere finish. This may be a Clos St. Denis of finesse but it doesn't lack for power or seriousness.

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Red Burgundy Jadot, Louis 2011 Mazis Chambertin

1 Case 12 75cl £1,025
  • Tasting note: There is a bit more wood on the fresh and open sauvage-infused nose of both red and dark currant, earth and game hints. There is excellent volume to the very smooth and polished mid-palate of the broad-shouldered flavors that possess plenty of dry extract before culminating in a mineral-inflected, powerful and long finish. This moderately firm effort is supported by tannins that are ripe if borderline rustic. A classic Mazis.

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Red Burgundy Jadot, Louis 2015 Vosne 1er Cru Suchots

1 Case 3 150cl £450
  • Tasting note: In contrast to the prior two wines this is aromatically much more reserved though aggressive swirling eventually liberates Asian spice box, tea, plum and violet scents. There is fine richness to the very suave and highly seductive medium-bodied flavors thanks to the abundant amounts of dry extract that impart a sappy texture to the lingering and solidly complex finale. This is both classy and stylish and built to reward medium plus-term aging.

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Red Burgundy Coquard Loison Fleurot 2015 Echezeaux

1 Case 6 75cl £1,000
  • The 2015 Echézeaux Grand Cru offers attractive, pure black cherry and raspberry notes that have been given a good lick of oak, but the wood feels simpatico to the fruit tucked in behind. The plush, flamboyant palate is medium-bodied with silky-smooth tannins. There is satisfying delineation and focus on the velvety-smooth finish, which lingers nicely in the mouth. Excellent. Tasted blind at the annual Burgfest tasting. 

    -- Neal Martin 94 Neal Martin 2022 - 2045

    Nov 2018

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Red Burgundy D'Angerville 2015 Volnay 1er Cru Clos des Ducs

1 Case 6 75cl £1,050
  • Domaine Marquis d'Angerville
    Volnay "Clos des Ducs"  ♥
    1er Cru Red barrel
    Score: 93-96
    Tasted: Apr 15, 2017
    Drink: 2032+
    Issue: 66
    Don't miss! Outstanding
    Note: a monopole that measures 2.15 ha
    Producer note: Guillaume d'Angerville described 2015 as a "vintage that gave us excellent quality but unfortunately not much quantity because even with a magnificent May and an excellent flowering, the accumulated stress of the hail damage in 2012, 2013 and 2014 plus the very dry growing season combined to make it difficult for the vines to produce very much. Just to provide your readers with an idea of just how dry it was, there was no recorded rain from the middle of June to the beginning of August. Thankfully there were several small storms plus a substantial one around the 15th that really helped with the véraison. We chose to begin picking on the 4th of September, which was a balancing act as that date was still only 93 days from the middle of the flowering. The fruit was both ripe and super clean which allowed us to pick rapidly. We did our normal vinification as there was no reason to do otherwise. As to the wines, what is interesting about them is that they are clearly ripe yet they remain fresh and harmonious. Moreover, and while it's hard to believe because the total acidities are not especially high, the associated pHs are comparable to those we obtained in 2010. As such the wines do not drink like they are the product of a very warm and dry vintage." While the d'Angerville 2015s are clearly a product of their vintage, meaning that they're riper than what the domaine typically produces, it's equally clear that they also possess outstanding quality. Note I revisited the '14 Clos des Ducs below in bottle. (John Armit Wines,, Lay & Wheeler,, Corney & Barrow,, O.W. Loeb,, Charles Taylor Wines, E-mail: and Justerini & Brooks,, all UK).
    Tasting note: There is enough reduction to push the underlying fruit to the background for today. The graceful yet precise flavors brim with both underlying tension and minerality and possess that beguiling quality of inner mouth perfume before delivering the best length in the range on the youthfully austere finale. This is very clearly built-to-age and it's going to need it; indeed I doubt that this will arrive at its peak much before it sees its 20th birthday. I would further observe that while this may not be the finest Ducster of the modern era, it should ultimately give both the 1999 and 2005 a run for their money, which indisputably puts it in elite company.

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