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  1. Yarra Yering Carrodus Viognier 2018
    This Viognier is sourced from some of the oldest Viognier vines in the country, planted in 1982. There are three blocks across the vineyard with varying age. Tiny yields, this fruit is hand harvested lovingly by only Yarra Yering staff, into ... Learn More
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    Mike Bennie
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    James Halliday
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    Huon Hooke
  2. Joseph Colin Chassagne-Montrachet 2020
    From 3 different parcels close to 1er and grand crus. A deeper minerality but with fine and attractive top notes too. This has the airy delicious qual- ity of the top St.Aubins, perhaps a touch less focus but with a ... Learn More
  3. Joseph Colin Saint-Aubin 1er Cru 'En Remilly' 2020
    Here is a beautiful nose of freshness and a slight sherbet energy at the top. Open, crystalline, melting, directly a great wine – airy but I don’t need impact when I have this flavour. Bravo – so stony and so pure! • ... Learn More
  4. Chateau de Pommard Chassagne-Montrachet 2014
    Rising between 220 and 325 meters above sea level, marly, clay, limestone and pebble-rich soils located in the south end of the Côte de Beaune produce this Chassagne-Montrachet, a fresh and full-bodied Chardonnay bringing the highest expression of the terroir. Alcoholic ... Learn More
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    International Wine and Spirits Challenge
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    Erin Larkin
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  6. Domaine Matrot Meursault Blagny 1er 2019
    Pale lemon and lime. A more restrained nose, far from the madding crowd of 2019, this Meursault-Blagny has kept its freshness. It offers greater tensile strength than the village Meursault, but not significantly more volume. Lemon apple finish. ... Learn More
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    Jasper Morris MW
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    Wine Spectator
  7. Domaine Ponsot Saint-Romain Blanc Cuvée de la Mésange 2018
    Nestled in an elevated valley behind Auxey-Duresses, Ponsot’s stony and rugged source vineyard is typical of Saint-Romain’s cool, limestone-rich terroir. And yet the wine offered here is far from typical, with a quality, complexity and seduction that is ... Learn More
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    Decanter
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    Allen Meadows
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    The Wine Advocate
  8. Chateau Smith Haut Lafitte Blanc 2007
    Château Smith Haut Lafitte is located in Pessac-Léognan on the Left Bank of the Garonne River. During the 1959 Classification of the Graves it was rated as Grand Cru Classé for its red wine. Nowadays the estate is also ... Learn More
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    Wine Enthusiast
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    James Suckling
  9. Chateau Domaine de Chevalier blanc 2018 (Ex Chateau arrival time 4 months)
    This has a complex nose of dried apple, green mango, grapefruit zest, dried honeysuckle and crushed almonds. It’s full-bodied with bright acidity and a dense, phenolic texture. Vivid and layered with fantastic precision. Very, very long. This needs time. ... Learn More
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    James Suckling
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    Jeb Dunnuck
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  10. Domaine Chavy Chouet Puligny Montrachet Premier Cru Les Folatieres 2020
    Les Folatieres is a .3 hectare plot located in the middle of a steep slope, with poor soil, where the bedrock can be seen peeking through. The 50-year-old vines benefit from the poor soil and good sun exposure. Les Folatieres produces ... Learn More
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    Jasper Morris MW
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    Neil Martin
  11. Domaine Chavy Chouet Meursault Premier Cru Les Charmes 2020
    Located right next to Puligny-Montrachet, the plot of Les Charmes was planted in 1943 on a sandy clay-limestone soil that produces small, concentrated berries for an intense wine that is perfect for keeping. ... Learn More
  12. Domaine de Chevalier Blanc 2006
    Domaine de Chevalier, classified Grand Cru Classé de Graves, is one of the most important wine estates in Pessac-Leognan. It makes both a red and a white grand vin: the former is a Cabernet Sauvignon-dominant blend, and the latter a ... Learn More
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    Wine Spectator
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    Robert Parker
  13. Chateau Smith Haut Lafitte Blanc 2005
    Château Smith Haut Lafitte is located in Pessac-Léognan on the Left Bank of the Garonne River. During the 1959 Classification of the Graves it was rated as Grand Cru Classé for its red wine. Nowadays the estate is also ... Learn More
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    Jeb Dunnuck
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    James Suckling
  14. Sadie Family Swartland Palladius 2017
    Sadie's signature white, Palladius, is a blend of all eleven of Swartland's official white varieties, with old, bush-vine Chenin Blanc playing the principal role. The idea is to produce a great white that represents the overall terroir of Swartland (as ... Learn More
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    Tim Atkin MW
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    Wine Spectator
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    Vinous
  15. Sadie Family Swartland Columella 2017
    First released in 2000, Columella is Sadie's most famous wine. While it is regularly described as an 'icon wine' of Swartland, and indeed South Africa, Eben Sadie's goal is simply to produce the best and most honest expression he can from ... Learn More
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    Tim Atkin MW
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    Wine Spectator
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    Vinous
  16. Joseph Colin Chassagne-Montrachet 1er cru "Vide Bourse" 2020
    Only about 5 producers, below Batard and Criots – a quite windy area so practically never any botrytis here – relatively deep soil – in this case older vines – planted in 1948 but despite the wind an early ripening place. ‘Vide Bourse has a more ... Learn More
  17. Leeuwin Estate 'Art Series' Chardonnay 2006
    Bright and youthful colour; a complex array of nectarine, grapefruit and spice, particularly cinnamon, is offered on the bouquet; the palate exhibits understated power, with grilled nuts supporting the very generous, yet refined, level of stone fruit and oak; the ... Learn More
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    James Halliday
  18. Domain Thibault Liger-Belair Corton Charlemagne Les Languettes 2018
    Thibault has made two barrels this year, one of which is new. The grapes are pressed very slowly, giving a small amount of skin contact which adds a textural element to the already mineral and chewy character of Corton-Charlemagne. There ... Learn More
  19. Domaine Jean Louis Chave Hermitage Blanc 2018
    A blend of 80% Marsanne and 20% Roussanne from the l’Ermite, Péleat, and les Rocoules lieux-dits, it exhibits a huge, opulent bouquet of buttered citrus, flower oil, orange marmalade, quince, and honeysuckle that’s to die for. ... Learn More
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    Jeb Dunnuck
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    James Suckling
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    Vinous
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    The Wine Advocate
  20. Domaine Jacques Prieur Corton Charlemagne Grand Cru 2019
    From a 0.22-hectare parcel located on the hill of Corton. Oriented full east, it overlooks the villages of Ladoix-Serrigny and climbs to the edge of the woods. Steep and very chalky, a guarantee of intense minerality. The grapes are harvested ... Learn More
  21. Chateau Haut Brion Blanc 2021 (En Primeur - Delivery 2024)
    A lovely pale yellow colour, with green glints. The nose is concentrated with fruity scents of citrus, mango and pineapple. Swirling reveals concentration and depth of aromas. On the first taste, the wine is rich, fresh, wide and taut all ... Learn More
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    Jeb Dunnuck
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    Matthew Jukes
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    Lisa Perrotti-Brown MW
  22. Chateau Haut Brion Blanc 2018 (Ex Chateau arrival time 4 months)
    This is such a stunning wine and the impact on the palate is terrific. Very closed and very intense, the fruit is firm and arresting and the length is sensational. The oak, while fairly prominent, joins forces with the acidity ... Learn More
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    Jeb Dunnuck
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    Matthew Jukes
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    Lisa Perrotti-Brown MW
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