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These “bin-ends” – the last few bottles of a particular wine or vintage – are discounted by up to 40 percent off by the bottle, but – be warned – they are in extremely limited quantities. Pricing displayed includes Sale discounts where applicable.
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Bottle 12 x 75cl2cs
The fruit is grown biodynamically in the village of Nantoux. As always this wine offers a delicious mineral lively white with excellent fruit concentration. Very good finish with just the right fruit-acid balance.
Jasper Morris MW, Burgundy Wine Director
Bottle 6 x 75cl1cs
Bottle 6 x 75cl3cs
Bottle 12 x 75cl1cs
The Medieval village of Malleval, perched high above the serpentine Rhne, provides a suitably lofty homestead for Pierre Gaillard, one of the most influential and highly respected vignerons in the valley. His legacy seems to be in good hands, if our tasting with his daughter Jeanne and son Pierre-Antoine is anything to go by. This was a fascinating (and lengthy!) barrel tasting, rehearsing the minutiae of differences between parcels and underlining the sheer quality of the vintage.
Bottle 6 x 75cl19cs
H/Bottle 12 x 37.5cl6cs
Bottle 6 x 75cl2cs
The domaine is now in organic conversion, which Jean-Yves says has reduced the amount of disease in the vineyard. Rully and Beaune were spared the worst of the hail, but his Volnay and Hautes Côtes vineyards were the worst hit, and he was not able to source his usual Chassagne-Montrachet grapes. So, there are short rations, but as it turns out, excellent quality. During vinification the reds developed wonderful colours without any need for extraction and the two Rullys are absolutely delicious this year.
Bottle 6 x 75cl17cs
Bottle 6 x 75cl37cs
This was the first domaine vineyard, purchased by Joseph Faiveley in the mid 19th century. Dense dark purple, with very explosive fruit, it is sensual at first then sturdy, long and fine with a crunchy depth of flavour. Jasper Morris MW, Berrys' Burgundy Director
The resurgence begun by the trio of Erwan Faiveley, Bernard Hervé and winemaker Jérôme Flous, who arrived in 2007, is very apparent in this brilliant series of 2011 wines. They began the harvest on 31 August and picked for 9 days. There are some new wines this year from a contract for the whole production of an estate in Chambolle-Musigny and the Faiveley white wines from totally healthy grapes are particularly successful in 2011, perhaps the best we have seen from the new regime.
Bottle 6 x 75cl16cs
Nicholas feels that the saving grace of the 2013 vintage was the amount of small berries caused by millerandage. He has opted for minimum extraction but longish cuvaison. The white wines have not been stirred because they were rich enough naturally. They are expected to be bottled in December and will all be under DIAM corks, apart from the Grands Crus. The reds will be bottled during February.
Bottle 6 x 75cl6cs