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  1. Bourgogne Hautes Cotes de Beaune, Nuiton Beaunoy

    A warm, medium-bodied wine, initially light in taste, yet developing on the palate. Lovely cherry/ruby colour, with the great taste of a fine Burgundy.

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  2. Chorey Les Beaunes, Edmond Cornu et Fils

    ‘Les Bons Ores’ is entirely hand harvested from vines that are in excess of 35 years old. While the harvest is less from older vines the fruit is much more concentrated. The pinot noir is aged 15 - 18 months in oak, which gives this voluptuous, tangy Burgundy a spice box full of aromas, elegantly rounded tannins and a generous dollop of red cherry fruit. This Chorey Les Beaunes red is simply delicious.

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  3. Domaine Edmond Cornu et Fils Savigny les Beaune
    Less rustic and more elegant than the Chorey; a touch less colour but explosive cherry fruit on nose and in flavour; spice gives added complexity. Learn More
  4. Domaine Francois Charles Beaune 1er Cru 'Les Epenottes'
    A lovely, vibrant red colour. Lots of dense, black fruit on the nose, with notes of mushrooms and fine, dark chocolate, as well as a lick of new oak. These promising aromas lead to a palate rich in dense and chewy fruit, with firm, gently spicy yet unobtrusive tannins providing a good structure. Balanced acidity, and a hearty rather than elegant texture persist through to the dry, slightly savoury finish. It's a pleasure to find such good drinking at an affordable price from Burgundy. Learn More
    £35.50
  5. Domaine Bitouzet Prieur Volnay

    The nose is a little bit oaky, with aromas of red berries and violet. The mouth shows finesse and elegance, with nice fruits and soft tannins.

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    £38.50
  6. Domaine Francois Charles Volnay 1er Cru 'Les Fremiets'
    Well balanced with a combination of oak and fruit flavours and has a good lenght. Learn More
  7. Corton-Bressandes Grand Cru, Edmond Cornu & Fils

    If you ever needed a reason why Corton is a Grand Cru then this is it. Excellent colour with aromas of black and red fruits, evolving towards aromas of undergrowth as they age.Broad on the palate, smooth yet solid with sweet tannins. Drinking very well now but with a structure and depth that will reward many years of cellaring. 

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    £100.00
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