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Daniel Bouland, Morgon Schiste Bellevue, 2017 (750ml)
Daniel produces this cuvée of Morgon, from a single parcel in where the soil is schist, and the vines are 60 years old. Comparable wines from the Côte de Py, this bottle shows a distinctive mineral quality and a great capacity to age.
Bonnefond, Cote-Rotie Cote Rozier, 2001 (750ml)
Plush Syrah from a great vintage, now at peak maturity. While some Northern Rhone producers have gotten so scarce and expensive that they are now totally out of reach, you can still occasionally find values like this. Grab them when you do!
Bereche, Champagne 'Reflet d'Antan', NV
Reflet d'Antan is aged for several years in neutral barrels. When the wine is bottled, only one third of each barrel is removed, which is immediately replaced with new wine. Like the solera system used for making sherry, the barrels are never emptied.
Joseph Dorbon, Arbois Blanc Vieilles Vignes 'Cuvee des Moyne', 2014 (750ml)
From a single parcel of 40- to 70-year-old vines, this is 80% Chardonnay and 20% Savagnin. The grapes are cofermented, and the wine spends 30 to 36 months sous voile. Dense and resinous with the strong acidity to carry that weight.
Bérèche et Fils, Champagne 'Campania Remensis Rosé', NV (750ml)
This is a rose that comes from the far east of the Champagne region and it is dominated by Pinot Noir. You'll find a rather pale hue to this wine that brings forth bright red fruit and minerality that hints at the compsition of the terroir.
Latium, Valpolicella 'Morini', 2017 (750ml)
Valpolicella in the most classic way. Fresh and light, dancing on the palette with notes of violets, raspberries, and various black fruits. Drink this with just about anything..but especially if you are having yourself a creamy mushroom pasta dish.
Bérèche et Fils, Champagne Brut Reserve, NV (750ml)
Bérêche & Fils avoids malolactic fermentation with their wines, but more importantly, they prefer to ferment their wines in barrel. On this Brut Réserve, 30% of the wine comes from wines in a perpetual blending system over multiple vintages.