A timeless and exceptional selection. Six bottles from differing terroirs with fantastic ageing potential.
2019, Beaune "Clos des Renardes" (White) Fanny Sabre
For Burgundy lovers, Fanny Sabre's 2018 Beaune "Clos des Renardes" is a real show-stopper. Made from Fanny's favourite plot in Burgundy, the bright, ripe, fresh citrus aromas are beautifully balanced with depth and a creamy texture that would pair beautifully with Lobster, crab, or scallops.
2017, Riesling Grand Cru "Brand", Domaine Josmeyer
Brand Grand Cru terroir is a complex labyrinth of rocks. The result; a mineral-driven wine with well-integrated acidity and white fruits notes.
2016, Collection "Diplomate d'Empire", Domaine Abbatucci
This very limited blend of Corsican indigenous varieties is a unique expression of this stunning fertile terroir, with delicate notes of stone fruit and floral aromas.
2015, VDF "Ancestral", Julien Courtois
From a blend of Gamay and Cot (Malbec from the Loire), this wine presents dark red fruit flavours that are beautifully balanced by the minerality of the Silex soil. A great expression of Loire Valley Gamay.
2013, Francs-Côtes-de-Bordeaux "Emilien", Le Puy
This wine shows elegance that is unrivalled in the region. A bright, fruit-forward fresh style that shows purity and complexity from this relatively cool vintage. A show-stopping wine.
2015, Vin de Savoie Chautagne "Mondeuse", Jacques Maillet
Following decades of stunning winemaking, Jacques Maillet has retired. The 2015 Mondeuse is a true testament to his work. The Mondeuse grape is considered the cool climate cousin of Syrah; this grape gives an incredible concentration of fruit and spice, making it a great alternative to red burgundy.