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Zind Humbrecht 2015 | Single Vineyard & Grand Cru Alsace

March 23rd 2017


Olivier Humbrecht was the first Frenchman to pass the Master of Wine exams, and has risen to the status of titan amongst the world’s winemakers. His family domaine, Zind Humbrecht in Turkheim, is a leading estate in Alsace with enviable holdings across the region’s diverse soil types and grand cru parcels. After challenging vintages in 2012, 2013 and 2014, Alsace has reaped the rewards of a glorious growing season in 2015.

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New Release | Château de Sours Rosé 2016

February 8th 2017


Goedhuis & Co have offered the rosé of Ch de Sours in the early spring for many years. Last year owner and friend of Goedhuis, Martin Krajewski, sold the property; it seemed like the end of an era. But we soon learned that Martin had stayed on as a consultant at the château, and we are pleased to begin the year’s rosé offerings once again with this cheerful, easy-drinking pink from Bordeaux. The 2016 is available in a range of formats, and large orders benefit from a discounted rate. The wine will be shipped shortly, and delivered in time for…

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Burgundy 2015 En Primeur | Domaine Joseph Voillot, Pommard & Volnay

January 30th 2017


Pommard is one of the largest communes in the Côte d’Or, whilst neighbouring Volnay is one of the smallest. Pommard’s iron rich soils produce masculine wines with structured tannins and long ageing potential. Volnay, on the other hand, typically produces wines with an ethereal perfume and elegant fruit. For those more familiar with the northern end of the Côte, Pommard and Volnay show strong parallels with Gevrey Chambertin and Chambolle Muisgny respectively. The clay rich soils of this part of Burgundy, just south of Beaune itself, keep the vine roots cool and well-watered; protected from the heat and water stress…

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Burgundy 2015 | ‘Unmatched value’ from Charles Audoin in Marsannay | Magnums available

January 26th 2017


It’s no secret that 2015 Burgundy, particularly red Burgundy, has been a runaway success. A consistent message echoing through the trade and press is that in this brilliant vintage it’s not just the classified crus and most prestigious villages which have produced excellent quality, the communal wines of peripheral appellations like Marsannay have exceeded themselves.

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