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  1. $62.00

    Domaine Alain Chavy

    The former Domaine Gerard Chavy was split between brothers Alain and Jean-Louis. Alain is a charming and careful vigneron. He makes precise, toned Pulignys of notable purity and tense freshness. The wines are never obviously oaky, which allows the nuances of different sites to sing out, from floral Pucelles to tautly fleshy Folatieres. Les Charmes is a bottling of the best bits of his Village Puligny, and is consistently a very wise buy.

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  2. $70.00

    Alain Chavy 2010 Puligny-Montrachet  1er Cru Les Clavoillons 

    Alain Chavy and his brother are the only owners of 1er cru Clavoillon apart from Domaine Leflaive which has the lion’s share. The Chavy vines were planted in 1955. There is full, pure fruit on the palate and refreshing acidity at the back.

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    Alain Chavy 2010 Puligny-Montrachet  1er Cru Les Folatières

    Puligny les Folatieres is the best wine of Alain Chavy's premier cru vineyards, offering extra density of flavour. It is still quite backward at the moment, but there is a vigorous intensity of fruit running across the mouth, with the flavours growing towards the back of the palate.

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  4. $110.00

    Aurelien Verdet

    A pioneer of organic farming and with recent additions is becoming a dominate figure.

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  5. $110.00

    Aurelien Verdet

    Noticeable wood influence frames the lightly spiced and notably ripe mix of red and black cherry fruit and earth aromas. The round and delicious middle weight flavors also display enough oak that it affects the texture on the ever-so-slightly warm finish.

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  6. $185.00

    Bruno Clavelier

    Located at the entrance of Vosne-Romanee, Bruno Clavelier’s domaine is truly a family affair. A 5th generation vigneron, succeeded his grandfather at the family’s 16 acre Domaine, which has been farmed organically before the term was invented. Average vine age is between 55 to 70 years and thus most wines are labeled “Vieilles Vignes.” Bruno’s wines show great purity of terroir. His parcels in Vosne-Romanee are the very history of the village. To give them a just voice, Bruno uses a light hand to craft wines of such purity that the terroir is the commanding voice in the choir.

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  7. $149.00

    Bruno Clavelier

    Located at the entrance of Vosne-Romanee, Bruno Clavelier’s domaine is truly a family affair. A 5th generation vigneron, succeeded his grandfather at the family’s 16 acre Domaine, which has been farmed organically before the term was invented. Average vine age is between 55 to 70 years and thus most wines are labeled “Vieilles Vignes.” Bruno’s wines show great purity of terroir. His parcels in Vosne-Romanee are the very history of the village. To give them a just voice, Bruno uses a light hand to craft wines of such purity that the terroir is the commanding voice in the choir.

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  8. $129.00

    Bruno Clavelier

    Located at the entrance of Vosne-Romanee, Bruno Clavelier’s domaine is truly a family affair. A 5th generation vigneron, succeeded his grandfather at the family’s 16 acre Domaine, which has been farmed organically before the term was invented. Average vine age is between 55 to 70 years and thus most wines are labeled “Vieilles Vignes.” Bruno’s wines show great purity of terroir. His parcels in Vosne-Romanee are the very history of the village. To give them a just voice, Bruno uses a light hand to craft wines of such purity that the terroir is the commanding voice in the choir.

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  9. $62.00

    Bruno Colin

    91RP

    The Bruno Colin 2007 Chassagne-Montrachet Maltroie displays ripe peach and sweetly perfumed floral aromas, which presage a more generous, suggestively sweet palate impression than in other wines of this collection, with luscious grapefruit and tart black currant and huckleberry supplying counterpoint. It finishes with some of the rather Chablis-like crustacean savor that accrues to several of its siblings, along with chalk, and salt that prompt lip smacking and invigoration. This is handsomely lean, happily bright wine that for those reasons doesn't turn austere.

    -Robert Parker

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  10. $65.50

    Bruno Colin

    Most of the vines of this famed producer are on steep slopes because of erosion herbement sowing grasses between vine rows. When visiting the cellars you pass from Vergers one old cellar into an even older Truffere vaulted 2nd one, which dates to 13th century. Beware of the dogs a chocolate Labrador named Popeye; he will drink all the wine you can share. Quality is the highest standard.

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