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Benjamin Leroux Bourgogne Rouge 2018

This year’s blend includes a quarter of declassified villages-level wine from St-Romain and Monthélie. The Bourgogne-level fruit is drawn mostly from the excellent Maison Dieu in Pommard, Les Mont Pellans in Meursault, some Estate vines in Volnay and even a little contribution from Vosne-Romanée (Croix Blanches). The remaining 25% comes from the Hautes-Côtes de Nuits above Vosne-Romanée. The élevage took place in 22-hectolitre Grenier cask supported by a few 228-litre Burgundian pièce
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The whole nine yards!

Benjamin Leroux Bourgogne Rouge 2019

A great mixture of sites this year includes 25% villages wines from St-Romain Sous le Château, Savigny and Monthelie. The Bourgogne-level fruit was drawn from the excellent Maison Dieu in Pommard, Mon Poulain in Volnay, Belles Côtes in Meursault and Croix Blanche in Vosne. Then there’s a good glug from the Dames Huguettes vineyard which lies in the Hautes-Côtes de Nuits above Vosne-Romanée. Make no mistake, these are serious vineyards for a wine at this level. Leroux has alway
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Domaine Bouchard Pere et Fils Beaune 1er ‘Teurons’ 2019

This too is quite ripe (though not roasted) with its nose of plum, cassis and a similar note of mocha. Once again there is a lovely sense of verve to the sappy and rich medium-bodied flavors that possess a slightly finer texture while delivering excellent length on the balanced and somewhat firmer finale. Lovely. Allen Meadows, Burghound 90-93 Points ♥ Outstanding ***DUE MAY-JUNE 2022***
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Domaine Faiveley Beaune 1er Cru ‘Clos de l’Ecu’ (Monopole) 2019

I had Faiveley's 2015 Latricières Chambertin recently, delicious, perfumed elegant and refined. Along with the 2015, I devoured a brace of 2016's from across the appellations. They are really stepping up their game, the investments in the vineyard and winery are a testament to this. Combining the impacts of climate change, incredible effort in the vineyard, and Faiveley's continued push in the winery we've seen exceptional wines coming from Beaune, Mercurey and beyond. The Moopole 'Clos de l
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Domaine Bouchard Pere et Fils Beaune 1er ‘Clos de la Mousse’ 2019

Aromas of spiced plum, black cherry and a touch of warm earth are trimmed in admirably subtle wood nuances. The super-sleek, intense and wonderfully energetic medium weight flavors possess fine length on the more overtly structured finale. This is both a bigger and more powerful wine than the Teurons that could use better depth but the given that the aging curve of the '19 Mousse should be extended, more complexity should almost certainly develop in due course. Allen Meadows, Burghound 90-93
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Domaine Bouchard Pere et Fils Beaune 1er ‘Vigne l’Enfant Jesus’ MAGNUM 2019

A markedly floral-suffused nose blends red and dark currant scents with those of a plethora of spice and earth elements. There is impressive volume to the caressing but solidly punchy and powerful middle weight plus flavors that possess better depth and superb length. Excellent and very much built-to-age. Allen Meadows, Burghound 92-94 Points ♥ Sweet sport Outstanding ***DUE MAY-JUNE 2022***
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