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Region Producer Vintage Name Qty Unit Case Format Price Note Rating
Red Burgundy Romanee Conti 1996 Romanee Conti

[UK agent]

1 Bottle 75cl £16,200
  • This is backward to the point of being almost inexpressive though with extended airing, subtle aromas of black fruit, hoisin, spice, underbrush, anise and violets frame understated, refined, elegant and classy flavors of incredible breed and fantastic complexity. This will live for decades and it is so young that it hasn't even begun to reveal what it will ultimately be capable of delivering. And like the 2001 version, the transparency here is nothing short of remarkable. In short, opening a bottle anytime before 2012 will indeed be egregious infanticide and as the drinking window suggests, patience is required, or if need be, at least three hours of in a decanter. Consistent notes.

Tasting Notes
Red Burgundy Romanee Conti 2006 Grands Echezeaux


1 Case 6 75cl £16,500
White Burgundy Romanee Conti 2014 Montrachet


1 Bottle 75cl £7,600
  • Domaine de la Romanée-Conti
    Grand Cru White 750 ml
    Score: 95
    Tasted: Jun 11, 2017
    Drink: 2026+
    Issue: 67
    Note: from 3 parcels on the Chassagne side that total .68 ha
    Producer note: Please see Issue 61 or the appropriate database entries for co-director Aubert de Villaine's detailed description of the 2014 vintage. For ease of reference, the Montrachet was bottled in April, 2016. (Wilson & Daniels,, CA, USA; John Armit Wines,, Berry Brothers & Rudd,, Justerini & Brooks, and Planet Wines,, all UK; Sequin & Robillard/Vinifera,, Canada).
    Tasting note: A whiff of the exotic can be found on the notably ripe and beautifully layered nose that reflects notes of honey, citrus, spice, oak and a touch of matchstick character. There is superb size, weight and minerality to the impressively scaled big-bodied flavors that are so dense that there is a distinctly lavish and lush mouth feel to them, all wrapped in an explosive and almost painfully intense finish that really fans out as it sits on the palate. While I do note the presence of a hint of exoticism on the nose, I would observe that the 2014 Montrachet is less exotic than it usually is. I also suspect that despite being quite tightly wound today, it will be more accessible young than many vintages of this storied wine. Lastly, I had the occasion to try this twice and both bottles showed similarly.

Tasting Notes