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Region Producer Vintage Name Qty Unit Case Format Price Note Ratingsort descending
White Burgundy Sauzet 2016 Bourgogne Blanc La Tufera

2 Case 12 75cl £320
  • Burghound Tasting note: An agreeably fresh nose combines primarily pear and apple notes with soft floral and citrus nuances. There is lovely detail to the attractively textured flavors that culminate in a dry, saline and chiseled finish. This is a quality Bourgogne plus it has the stuffing to age too.

     

     

     

Tasting Notes
87
White Burgundy Morey Marc 2015 Puligny Montrachet

1 Case 12 75cl £450
  • Domaine Marc Morey
    2015
    Puligny-Montrachet  ♥
    Villages White 750 ml
    Score: 89
    Tasted: Jun 11, 2017
    Drink: 2021+
    Issue: 67
    Outstanding Top value
    Note: from a purchase of fruit that is mostly from Les Levrons
    Producer note: The always low key Sabine Mollard was as usual quite candid while noting that "the growing season was so hot that I was afraid that we were going to make another 2009 but in the end, no. I chose to begin picking on the 2nd of September and brought in spotlessly clean fruit that possessed good but not really high potential alcohols of between 12.8 and 13.3%. Acidities though were variable and a few of them were on the low side so I touched them up, though the additions were so low that I'm not sure that it really made much difference. As to the wines, they are not nearly as marked by the sunshine as I would have guessed and they are, to my taste anyway, much much more interesting than their 2009 counterparts. With that said, I don't see the 2015s as being especially long-lived and thus they should be accessible and enjoyable young." With the exception of the Bâtard, Mollard noted that her 2015s were bottled between August 2016 and February 2017. (Robert Kacher Selections, www.robertkacherselections.com, Washington, DC, USA; John Armit Wines, www.armit.co.uk, Haynes, Hanson & Clark, www.hhandc.co.uk and Laytons, www.laytons.co.uk, both UK).
    Tasting note: Here the more elegant nose is notably ripe though fresh as it offers up notes of pear and apple confit that are trimmed in subtle honeysuckle nuances. The middle weight flavors are at once more voluminous and slightly finer though I would not describe the mouth feel as refined, all wrapped in an opulent, delicious and more complex finish. This isn't classically styled but it is a very good Puligny villages that should also reward a few years of cellaring.
     

Tasting Notes
89
White Burgundy Jadot, Louis 2012 Bienvenues Batard Montrachet

3 Bottle 300cl £695
  • Tasting note: This is also quite elegant with its equally spicy nose of honeysuckle, yellow and white orchard fruit and citrus elements. There is a lovely vibrancy to the concentrated and relatively large-scaled flavors that possess good power on the markedly dry and somewhat compact edgy finish. As with the Combettes my predicted range offers the benefit of the doubt that the finish will flesh out and the dryness will dissipate with time.
     

Tasting Notes
92
White Burgundy Sauzet 2016 Puligny 1er Cru Champ Gain

2 Case 6 75cl £595
  • Score: 92

    Tasted: Jun 15, 2018
    Drink: 2023+
    Issue: 71
    Outstanding 
    Producer note: Gérard Boudot described the 2016 vintage as "one that is already infamous for the combined double whammy of frost and mildew. One of the interesting, if painful, aspects of the frost is just how disparate the damage was. For example, the grands crus in particular were crushed as was my parcel of Chassagne yet the 1ers, with the exception of Folatières, were largely untouched so yields were pretty much normal there. On the other side of the ledger though is the sad reality that there will be no Bourgogne Hautes Côtes de Beaune, Chassagne or Bienvenues in 2016. I chose to begin picking on the 20th of September and thankfully the fruit came in both very clean and ripe without being too ripe so there were no issues with either fermentation. As to the wines, I would say that the quality is very good if not necessarily great. They do have very fine transparency and I see no reason why they shouldn't amply reward mid-term to mid-term plus cellaring." Boudot noted that the domaine had begun sealing the necks of the bottle with wax for the grands crus and he is sufficiently encouraged by the results that he intends to adopt this for all of the wines going forward. I would point out again that as of 2013 the domaine is using corks with a diameter of 25 mm (24 is normal) from cork bark that has a minimum of 12 years of age. Lastly, with the exception of the Bourgogne, the wines were bottled in January and February 2018. (Vineyard Brands, www.vineyardbrands.com, AL, USA; O.W. Loeb, www.owloeb.com, Justerini & Brooks, www.justerinis.com, Tanners Wine, www.tanners-wines.co.uk, The Wine Society, www.thewinesociety.com, Davy & Co., www.davywine.co.uk, Goedhuis & Co., www.goedhuis.com, Harrods Limited, www.harrods.com/food-and-wine, Laytons, www.laytons.co.uk, Clarion Wines, www.clarionwines.co.uk, The Rare & Fine Wine Company Limited, www.therareandfinewinecompany.com, House of Townend, www.houseoftownend.com, Claret-E Ltd, www.claret-e.com, Berry Brothers & Rudd, www.bbr.com and Domaine Direct, www.domainedirect.co.uk, all UK; Sequin & Robillard/Vinifera, www.seguinrobillard.ca, Canada).
    Tasting note: A smoky and expressive nose offers up notes of apple, pear, acacia and rose petal. Once again there is excellent intensity to the racy yet cool medium weight flavors that are at once richer and stony, all wrapped in a markedly saline-inflected finish that delivers even better persistence. Good stuff.

Tasting Notes
92
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