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  • -Bourgogne Blanc 2019 Domaine Albert Joly
    • This regional Bourgogne has all quality of a top tier Village, but without the price tag, a limpid yellow robe, with reasonable fattiness, it releases odors of fresh apricot and peach, with a hint of citrus. It feels almost creamy on the palate, but still subtle and elegant, with some almond and citrus notes, to give it that nice acidity and fruity balance, while reasonably feeling the oak treatment , which is not as common for a regional Bourgogne.

    -Puligny-Montrachet Les Tremblots 2018 Domaine Albert Joly
    • This wine wears an elegant deep yellow robe with golden reflections, that lets us imagine its powerful, yet subtle character. The nose releases hints of lemon zest acidity and peachy freshness, which can be found again on the palate, along with some apricots, apple and even grilled almond notes. It is well balanced on the fruit and acidity spectrum, even showing reasonable fatty characteristics, while remaining fresh, the beauty that would be expected in a Grand Cru. This Village is a worthy challenger of any of Bougogne’s finest!

    -Bourgogne Rouge 2017 Domaine Régis Rossignol
    • Pinot Noir from Bourgogne could not be as well defined as by this bottle. With its ruby color, evolving into purplish reflection to brick glaze, this wine will give off typical scents of red berries, and spices, such as pepper and cinnamon, in its early years, but will later on let you smell empyreumatic, smoke and roasted coffe beans, aromas. This is very well reflected on the palate, as it evolves in same direction as his smell, form red berries and spice to underwood. A great entry into the world of Bourgogne.
  • -Volnay 2017 Domaine Régis Rossignol
    • This Volnay expresses its full terroir thanks to low oak treatment and concrete vat vinification. While it displays a deep red robe and the nose lets red berries and violet notes, in time, this wine will be less on the fruit, but more onto underwood, almost truffle like notes. With age it really develops into an ample and generous wine, with very pleasant and long-lasting mouthfeel. Very complex and shows such an interesting evolution in your glass, from soft typical Pinot Noir, to forest, savory and almost animal like scents. A wonder of a Village.