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Aloxe Corton
75cl

Aloxe Corton 1966

Maison Moillard
CHF 205.40
Aloxe Corton Clos Les Maréchaudes
150cl

Aloxe Corton Clos Les Maréchaudes 1980

Domaine F. & L. Saier
CHF 237.80
Picture of Assortment Ponsot (2Clos De La Roche,2Clos de Vougeot VV, 2Chap. Chamb., 2Corton Cuvée Bourdon,2Corton Bress.,2Corton Charl.) 2020
900cl

Assortment Ponsot (2Clos De La Roche,2Clos de Vougeot VV, 2Chap. Chamb., 2Corton Cuvée Bourdon,2Corton Bress.,2Corton Charl.) 2020

Domaine Ponsot
CHF 4’864.50
Auxey Duresses
75cl

Auxey Duresses 2002

Domaine Coche-Dury
CHF 389.15
Auxey Duresses
75cl

Auxey Duresses 2004

Domaine Coche-Dury
CHF 313.50
Auxey Duresses
75cl

Auxey Duresses 2009

Domaine Coche-Dury
CHF 313.50
Auxey Duresses
75cl

Auxey Duresses 2014

Domaine Coche-Dury
CHF 313.50
Auxey Duresses
75cl

Auxey Duresses 2018

Domaine Coche-Dury
CHF 281.05
JS

94
Batard Montrachet Clos Poirier (Coffret Prestige)
75cl

Batard Montrachet Clos Poirier (Coffret Prestige) 2019

Maison Louis Latour
CHF 410.80
Beaune "Cents Vignes"
75cl

Beaune "Cents Vignes" 2021

Maison Benjamin Leroux
CHF 70.25
Beaune "Cents Vignes"
75cl

Beaune "Cents Vignes" 2022

Maison Benjamin Leroux
CHF 63.80
Beaune "Clos Des Avaux"
75cl

Beaune "Clos Des Avaux" 1985

Domaine de Baptault
CHF 102.70

There is no region in the world that is viewed as the “Mecca” of wine like Burgundy is. Unlike Bordeaux or the Rhône which is a blend of varieties, both red and white Burgundies are almost always pure varietal wines – Pinot Noir for the reds and Chardonnay and occasionally Aligoté for the whites. The region lies due southwest of Champagne and is divided into several sub-regions. Chablis is the furthest north and produces some of the greatest whites from both its premier cru and grand cru sites. Citrus fruit, gun flint and oyster shell are just some of the notes it offers. Further south lies the Côte d’Or or the “Golden Slope”. This is the pinnacle of all Burgundian wine as it is the home to its capital town of Beaune, as well as to its greatest wines and villages – Gevrey Chambertin, Chambolle Musigny, Vosne Romanée, Puligny Montrachet and Chassagne Montrachet. Further south in the Côte Challonaise and the Maconnais, one can find some of Burgundy’s best priced wines, including appellations such as Mercurey and Givry for the reds, as well as Montagny, Bouzeron Aligoté, St. Véran, Macon and Pouilly Fuissé for the whites.

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