Burgundy Wine

  • Chablis: Domaine Guitton Michel Grand Cru Les Clos 2009

    Chablis: Domaine Guitton Michel Grand Cru Les Clos 2009

    A complex Grand Cru Chablis with from the celebrated Les Clos vineyard (just above the town of Chablis itself) that has a pale straw colour and delicate floral aromas leading to a classic ‘nervy’ palate of gun-flint mineral tastes over ripe orchard fruit underscored by a fine acidity and a long, dry, elegant finish.

    • Bottle £37.95
    • Bottle Case £455.40
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  • Clos de Vougeot: Domaine Paul Misset Grand Cru 2009

    Clos de Vougeot: Domaine Paul Misset Grand Cru 2009

    A stupendous offering from the famous 50-hectare walled vineyard of Clos de Vougeot on the Côte de Nuits in Burgundy. This Vin de Garde, which is produced from 70- year-old vines, gives full expression to the Pinot Noir grape, with powerful, complex flavours of game and wild fruits.

    • Bottle £75.00
    • Bottle Case £900.00
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  • Nuits Saints Georges 1er Cru 'Les Murgers' 2009

    Nuits Saints Georges 1er Cru 'Les Murgers' 2009

    A powerful, opulent Premier Cru Pinot Noir that requires a few years bottle-age before it will begin to reveal a multitude of red fruit, leather, truffle and game flavours. 'Les Murgers' is one of the 41 Premier Cru sites (there are no Grand Cru in NSG) in the 300 hectare Burgundy appellation of Nuits-Saint-Georges.

    • Bottle £35.00
    • Bottle Case £420.00
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  • Gevrey Chambertin 'Aux Corvées' 2010

    Gevrey Chambertin 'Aux Corvées' 2010

    Travelling south from Dijon, the 400 hectares of Gevrey Chambertin mark the start of the great vineyards of Burgundy's Côte de Nuits. This is a wonderful, traditional Pinot Noir from a fourth generation, family-run, organic estate and comes from the Aux Corvées climat, just behind the family home. We've enjoyed it immensely on its youthful fruit but it should show even better with bottle-age.

    • Bottle £35.00
    • Bottle Case £420.00
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  • Charmes Chambertin Grand Cru 2008

    Charmes Chambertin Grand Cru 2008

    This is a terrific, traditional red Burgundy from a fourth generation, family-run, organic estate. The 30 hectares of Charmes-Chambertin form the largest of Gevrey-Chambertin’s nine Grand Crus, and this complex and ageworthy Pinot Noir is dense and dark and has a wonderfully unembellished sense of 'terroir' that first piqued our interest.

    • Bottle £69.00
    • Bottle Case £828.00
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  • Chablis: Domaine Christophe Camu 2011

    Chablis: Domaine Christophe Camu 2011

    Reliable, unoaked Chablis from a talented, sixth generation winemaker.

    • Half Bottle £8.75
    • Half Bottle Case £210.00
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  • Bourgogne Chardonnay: Stéphane Brocard 2012

    Bourgogne Chardonnay: Stéphane Brocard 2012

    A classic, unoaked, crisp Chardonnay which is an ideal starting point for exploring our white Burgundy range. Made by savvy, young négociant, Stéphane Brocard, who was instrumental in helping us develop our Burgundy offering, it's a delicious, crisp and unoaked example to savour on its own or with a simple dish of fruits de mer.

    • Bottle £12.95
    • Bottle Case £155.40
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  • Nuits-Saint-Georges: Domaine Paul Misset 2011

    Nuits-Saint-Georges: Domaine Paul Misset 2011

    This forward-drinking, soft, supple red Burgundy from Nuits-Saint-Georges is a marvellous expression of the Pinot Noir grape that will provide rewarding drinking for a further decade. A Grand Vin de Bourgogne.

    • Bottle £29.95
    • Bottle Case £359.40
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  • Bourgogne Pinot Noir: Stéphane Brocard 2012

    Bourgogne Pinot Noir: Stéphane Brocard 2012

    A fine, well-crafted example of Burgundy Pinot Noir and a sibling for our Bourgogne Chardonnay, it has a palate of soft red fruits and will please red wine lovers as it drinks well with and without food. Served lightly-chilled it makes an ideal pairing for a simple collation of charcuterie, fresh bread and cornichons and perhaps some ripe Brie de Maux.

    • Bottle £14.25
    • Bottle Case £171.00
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  • Pouilly-Fuissé: Stéphane Brocard 2012

    Pouilly-Fuissé: Stéphane Brocard 2012

    This elegant Chardonnay from Stéphane Brocard hails from Pouilly Fuissé in the Mâconnais subregion of Burgundy, and this more southerly location gives it a is richer, fleshier and more gastronomic than his Bourgogne Chardonnay. A fine pairing for smoked fish.

    • Bottle £19.95
    • Bottle Case £239.40
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  • Beaujolais Villages Blanc 2012

    Beaujolais Villages Blanc 2012

    An old-vine Beaujolais Villages blanc made from pure Chardonnay, it has an attractive, rounded, unoaked palate with a fresh, zesty finish. Ideal as an aperitif, it would also match most fish dishes such as cod, sole and bass as well as summer salads and pasta dishes.

    • Bottle £11.75
    • Bottle Case £141.00
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  • Morgon: Cuvée Jean Claude Aucoeur 2012

    Morgon: Cuvée Jean Claude Aucoeur 2012

    Game and forest floor notes intermingling with the more primary red fruit flavours and a firm structure of tannins.

    • Bottle £13.25
    • Bottle Case £159.00
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  • Aloxe-Corton 2010

    Aloxe-Corton 2010

    This beguiling red Burgundy was a recent meritorious discovery on the Côte de Beaune and has been well received by our party faithful. Already approachable if decanted, this cracking Pinot Noir from Aloxe-Corton should keep well for 5-10 years.

    • Bottle £32.00
    • Bottle Case £384.00
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  • Beaune 1er Cru 'Les Teurons' 2010

    Beaune 1er Cru 'Les Teurons' 2010

    This classic, muscular Pinot Noir requires 3-5+ years cellaring before starting to reveal its potential, and now has a loyal following amongst our customers. 'Les Teurons' is one of the 42 Premier Cru vineyards (there are no Grand Crus in Beaune) that sits plum in the middle of this 400+ hectare appellation, just outside the iconic home of the Burgundy wine trade.

    • Bottle £33.00
    • Bottle Case £396.00
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  • Pommard: Stéphane Brocard 2011

    Pommard: Stéphane Brocard 2011

    This flagship Pommard from Stéphane Brocard's ‘Closerie des Alisières’ label is a weighty Pinot Noir, typical of this commune which is known for producing powerful, full-flavoured wines. Approachable when young, especially if decanted, this rich red Burgundy will age well for 5-10 years.

    • Bottle £29.50
    • Bottle Case £354.00
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  • Meursault: Stephane Brocard 2010

    Meursault: Stephane Brocard 2010

    This magnificent white Burgundy from Stéphane Brocard, is a crisp, yet full-flavoured and rich Chardonnay. It would partner a roast 'Bresse' chicken to perfection.

    • Bottle £27.95
    • Bottle Case £335.40
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  • Beaujolais Villages: Cuvée de Vieilles Vignes 2013

    Beaujolais Villages: Cuvée de Vieilles Vignes 2013

    Classic, red Beaujolais Villages ‘Vieilles Vignes’ - a lovely, supple, mid-weight Gamay with bright, Summer berry scents and flavours, with hints of black pepper over a base of ripe tannins.

    • Bottle £10.50
    • Bottle Case £126.00
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  • Chablis: Domaine Christophe Camu 2013

    Chablis: Domaine Christophe Camu 2013

    Christophe Camu’s generic Chablis is 'bien classique'. Made from pure Chardonnay grown on free-draining, calciferous soil, it has a limpid, golden-green hue, green apple aromas and fresh, fruit-laden palate underscored by a nervy minerality.

    • Bottle £15.95
    • Bottle Case £191.40
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  • Chambolle Musigny: Domaine Paul Misset 'Les Condemènes' 2007

    Chambolle Musigny: Domaine Paul Misset 'Les Condemènes' 2007

    An elegant Burgundy wine from a softer vintage that is drinking extremely well at present. The lieu-dit 'Les Condemènes' is a villages-level site just below premier cru Les Charmes on the Musigny side of the village.

    • Bottle £30.00
    • Bottle Case £360.00
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  • Chablis: Domaine Christophe Camu 'Côte de Léchet' Premier Cru 2013

    Chablis: Domaine Christophe Camu 'Côte de Léchet' Premier Cru 2013

    Ratcheting up a gear in rank (and, bien sur, price) from the generic Chablis is Christophe’s 'Premier Cru' bottling from the Côte de Léchet climat. A top quality Chablis with inviting brioche, vanilla and wild flower scents and a weightier, more viscous palate than its junior sibling.

    • Bottle £20.75
    • Bottle Case £249.00
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Burgundy wines

Burgundy Wine

The historic vineyards of Burgundy lie in an arc from Auxerre to Lyon, with the heartland of the Côte d’Or situated to the north and south of Beaune. From Chablis in the north, through the Côte D’Or, Côte Chalonnaise, Maçonnais and finally Beaujolais, this region is the spiritual home of the Chardonnay and Pinot Noir grape varieties. Extreme fragmentation of vineyards due to the French Revolution and the Napoleonic Law of Succession means that (particularly in the Côte d’Or) relatively small vineyards have multiple owners (of varying ability) and quantities of the best wines are miniscule.