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Here are a set of real winners from a few of our favorite producers. Take a trip with us to the regions of Burgundy, the Rhône Valley and Bordeaux to see the wonderful variations of these incredible growing regions!
Chablis "Terroir de Fye", Patrick Piuze, Burgundy, 2018
Grapefruit and lemon aromas and flavors with hints of mint and oyster shell. Medium to full-bodied.
After running a wine bar in Montreal for two years, Patrick Piuze moved to Burgundy in 2000 and for his first autumn there he spent the harvest with Olivier Leflaive in Puligny-Montrachet. Piuze realized there was much more he was capable of achieving and set out on his own to bottle under his own name. He purchases all his fruit (never must or juice) and focuses on sourcing grapes from old-vines situated in prime locations.
Cotes du Rhône, Saint-Cosme, Rhône Valley, 2018
Black cherry and raspberry flavors with hints of green herbs and bramble. Full-bodied with ripe, integrated tannins.
Chateau de Saint Cosme is the leading estate of Gigondas and produces the appellation’s benchmark wines. Wine has been produced on the site of Saint Cosme since Roman times, evident by the ancient Gallo-Roman vats carved into the limestone below the chateau. The property has been in the hands of Louis Barruol’s family since 1570.
Château Haut-Bergey, Pessac-Leognan, Bordeaux, 2016
Medium body with flavors of plum, berry, wet-earth, lavender and currant with a hint of cedar on the finish.
In the fifteenth century, the lord of La Louviere and Lord Olivier proceeded to land consolidation. Thus was born "The Noble House of Pontey, today Chateau Haut-Bergey. In 1700, Sir John Francis Cresse, advisor to the parliament of Bordeaux makes his home. In 1772, the estate had 100 hectares of vines. The 28.5 hectares of land are located in the heart of the village of Léognan, mecca of Graves.
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