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Albert Bichot (Clos Frantin and Long Depaquit)
2019 Chablis Grand Cru Les Clos, Domaine Long Depaquit Dry | White | Still

Where Les Vaucoupins is discreet and reserved, Les Clos is expressive and powerful, with the full, luscious weight of the warm year behind it. 25% is raised in oak, of which only a tiny portion is new. This is a buttery, weighted, striking, and satisfying Les Clos, given exciting precision by the vintage’s wonderful acidity. Pretty smart for the money.

Young: 2022 - 2032
Domaine Arlaud
2019 Vosne-Romanée Aux Réas, A & Arlaud Dry | Red | Still

Aux Réas is an excellent village lieu dit that a number of growers choose to bottle separately. It sits at the southern end of the village, and its wines can offer some of neighbouring Nuits’ structure and firmness, with the supple, rippling fruit of classical Vosne.

Young: 2023 - 2032
Domaine Bernard Moreau et Fils
2019 Chassagne-Montrachet 1er Cru La Maltroie, Domaine Bernard Moreau et Fils Dry | White | Still

La Maltroie is one of the larger premiers crus in Chassagne. It sits right in the middle of the village, opposite the Moreau cellar. This has a straight attack, with scintillating pink grapefruit on the mid-palate, that has a good volume, and is drawn together nicely in a long, piercing finish.

Young: 2022 - 2030
Domaine Berthaut-Gerbet
Critic Score
92/100
2019 Fixin Les Crais, Domaine Berthaut-Gerbet Dry | Red | Still

This wine has been bottled as a single vineyard cuvée by Amélie’s father for many years, and remains the flagship wine of the estate. It is just over a hectare and sits right in the heart of the appellation, just below the village itself. The alluvial soils, particularly at the bottom of the parcel, are well-draining. The vines age between 15 and 70 years, and the wine has a brilliantly grippy fresh fruit drive with ample tannins and a spicy backbone.

Young: 2023 - 2029
Domaine Boris Champy
Critic Score
92/100
2019 Hautes-Côtes de Beaune Altitude 421, Domaine Boris Champy Dry | Red | Still

This comes from the older vines in one of the domaine’s three large vineyards above Nantoux, named Bignon, where the elevation measures precisely 421 metres. Much like the young vine cuvée, this has a mellifluous fluidity and charm, with an added intensity of red fruit: delicious crunchy cranberry flavours, with a little new oak toastiness to support. Expertly done, this is a stunning debut.

Young: 2022 - 2030
Critic Score
91/100
2019 Hautes-Côtes de Beaune Altitude, Domaine Boris Champy Dry | Red | Still

This comes from the young vines of the domaine, and has a red fruit, juicy, peppery sappiness, with a tantalisingly long, silky, salty finish. The chalky acidity and velvety tannins are a revelation. This is so far removed from the rustic, green, watery wines that once were commonplace in the Hautes-Côtes; this is a serious wine, but its refreshing fluidity means it is first and foremost a joyful and delicious Pinot. There’s nothing complicated to unpick here: it is simply a gorgeous wine.

Ready: 2021 - 2028
Domaine Bruno Clair
Critic Score
90/100
2019 Savigny-les-Beaune 1er Cru La Dominode, Bruno Clair Dry | Red | Still

These are the oldest vines of the domaine, and were planted in 1902. Their concentration and complexity shows on the nose, which is chalky, floral, pretty, and spicy. The wine has so much energy, tightly coiled, and sinewy, with a pomegranate weight and floral power.

Young: 2023 - 2033
Critic Score
90/100
2019 Marsannay Les Grasses Têtes, Domaine Bruno Clair Dry | Red | Still

Bruno Clair has an impressive 10 hectares in his home village of Marsannay, and bottles five separate cuvées, including this wonderful iteration from a single parcel at the southern end of the commune, on the slope that rises up behind the village. Its name (meaning “fat heads”) refers not to anybody involved in its cultivation, but rather the large rocks that show through the surface of the soil. It is typically the most structured and powerful of the Clair Marsannays, and in 2019 has peppery red fruit and a fresh crunch that runs through the mineral tannins. Quintessential Marsannay, and quintessential Clair. Since being bottled it has evolved to reveal a wonderfully floral aroma with a supple palate, so poised and juicy. This will drink brilliantly from early on.

Young: 2022 - 2029
Critic Score
93/100
2019 Gevrey-Chambertin 1er Cru Clos du Fonteny, Bruno Clair Dry | Red | Still

This clos is a monopole of the domaine found right at the centre point of Gevrey, between the grand cru slope and the Combe de Lavaux. There is a spicy depth of fruit on the nose, and a surprisingly fine, elegant frame on the palate. It always has a sweet salinity to it, which complements the nicely ripe fruit in 2019. A charming Gevrey premier cru that should drink well from early on. One of Bruno’s personal favourites.

Young: 2023 - 2035
Critic Score
95/100
2019 Bonnes-Mares Grand Cru, Domaine Bruno Clair Dry | Red | Still

Strictly limited to 6 bottles per customer
Bruno Clair’s is a Bonnes Mares of distinction: it is the only part to fall within Morey-Saint-Denis (the rest falls within Chambolle-Musigny’s borders). It also happens to be one of the grand cru’s consistently finest examples. This wine is utterly transporting. It is everything great Pinot should be, and more. Jaw-droppingly beautiful.

Young: 2025 - 2040
Domaine Chandon de Briailles
Critic Score
90/100
2019 Savigny-Lès-Beaune 1er Cru Les Lavières, Chandon de Briailles Dry | Red | Still

The soil in Les Lavières is high in limestone, and produces a wine with lots of mineral bite, and a floral nose. This is a cuvée where the gentler pressing of the vertical press has given greater elegance and silkiness to the structure.

Young: 2024 - 2032
Critic Score
87/100
2019 Pernand-Vergelesses 1er Cru Île des Vergelesses Blanc, Chandon de Briailles Dry | White | Still

This is a steep site with very high limestone soils. It always produces a nervous, tight wine that can do with a year or two in bottle before the floral notes can blossom.

Young: 2023 - 2028
Critic Score
91/100
2019 Corton Blanc Grand Cru, Chandon de Briailles Dry | White | Still

This is a blend of grapes from Corton-Bressandes and Corton-Chaumes. It always displays an abundance of white fruit aromas, complemented by the little hint of vanilla and spice from the oak.

Young: 2023 - 2030
2019 Savigny-Lès-Beaune Blanc, Chandon de Briailles Dry | White | Still

This comes from the sandy west-facing soils on the lower part of the village’s slope, which enjoy a cool and fresh microclimate. Always zippy and fragrant.

Ready: 2021 - 2026
Critic Score
91/100
2019 Pernand-Vergelesses 1er Cru Île des Vergelesses, Chandon de Briailles
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Pernande-Vergelesse is just slightly cooler than neighbouring Savigny, and the wines often have this spicy, mineral freshness about them. This is always a charming example.

Young: 2024 - 2032

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Critic Score
95/100
2019 Corton-Bressandes Grand Cru, Chandon de Briailles Dry | Red | Still

Always one of our favourite wines here, the Bressandes is always the most fleshy and appealing of their Cortons. The thin topsoil is very stony, with gravel over limestone. It always has a dark berry character, with some wild herbs in the background.

Young: 2024 - 2034
Domaine Comte Armand
Critic Score
92/100
2019 Volnay 1er Cru Les Frémiets, Comte Armand Dry | Red | Still

Les Frémiets borders Pommard, and this wine has something of the character of both villages. Old vines here make a concentrated wine, with profound depth and sweet-fruited complexity. Gentle acidity and supple tannins bode well for the future.

Young: 2023 - 2033
Critic Score
91/100
2019 Volnay, Comte Armand Dry | Red | Still

A blend of two parcels, Les Famines and Les Grands Champs, in the centre of the commune. Only five barrels of this wonderful wine were made in 2019 – a drastic reduction on a normal yield. It has a grippy palate and nose bursting with red fruit aromas. Wonderful mineral freshness in the elegant tannins. This is such a brilliant example of the domaine. Don’t miss.

Young: 2022 - 2032
Critic Score
94/100
2019 Pommard 1er Cru Clos des Epeneaux, Comte Armand Dry | Red | Still

This monopole is a giant amongst the great terroirs of the Côte de Beaune. This walled vineyard is over 5 hectares and contains within it some of the finest plant material in Burgundy – a great source of massal selection for growers around the world. The old vines – some in their 100th year – are low yielding but remarkably resilient. A good third down in volume in 2019, this is one of the wines to bag early on. It is ripe and full, but so fresh and pure, and elegantly powerful. Paul Zinetti continues to prove that the Clos des Epeneaux is one of the greatest vineyards of the Côte de Beaune.

Young: 2025 - 2040
Domaine Dujac
2018 Morey-St-Denis, Domaine Dujac Dry | Red | Still

Young: 2024 - 2036
Domaine Felettig
2019 Beaune 1er Cru Les Champs Pimont, Domaine Felettig
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This cuvée has only been made by Domaine Felettig since 2018. It comes from a half hectare plot on the gentle slope towards the top of the Montagne de Beaune, just underneath Montée Rouge.

Young: 2023 - 2033

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Domaine Fontaine-Gagnard
Critic Score
93/100
2019 Chassagne-Montrachet 1er Cru Caillerets, Domaine Fontaine-Gagnard Dry | White | Still

Caillerets takes its name from the tiny stones that litter the vineyard’s soil, and it’s one of the village’s most highly prized sites. This 2019 is exuberant, and hugely exciting. There is a beautiful expression of orange peel, and a spicy, mineral edge to the palate. Wonderfully pure and pristine, with excellent detail.

Young: 2022 - 2029
Critic Score
95/100
2019 Le Montrachet Grand Cru, Domaine Fontaine-Gagnard Dry | White | Still

The greatest of all white grands crus, in 2019 it has the abundant sweet ripe fruit of just picked juicy peaches. It is absolutely singing, even at this early stage. The length and complexity of flavour here promise an astonishing life ahead. It was a true privilege to taste.

Young: 2025 - 2036
Critic Score
92/100
2019 Criots-Bâtard-Montrachet, Grand Cru, Domaine Fontaine-Gagnard Dry | White | Still

Criots is a tiny grand cru, just one and a half hectares, making Fontaine-Gagnard one of the largest owners, with one third of a hectare. The south-facing slope, with poor limestone soils, yields a wine with superb power and tension. Fragrant, explosive fruit: a mouthwatering style. Floral and complex.

Young: 2024 - 2034
Domaine Georges Mugneret-Gibourg
Critic Score
87/100
2019 Vosne-Romanée, Georges Mugneret-Gibourg Dry | Red | Still

This might just be the best village wine out there. It comes from four parcels which host a variety of vine ages. The relatively high proportion of younger vines gives this cuvée an explosive, juicy power. There are such voluptuous tannins and depth of fruit. It is powerful and silky, and utterly delicious.

Young: 2024 - 2034
2019 Clos de Vougeot Grand Cru, Georges Mugneret-Gibourg Dry | Red | Still

Mugneret-Gibourg has just one parcel within this sizable grand cru, planted in 1954. It is one of the finest examples of the vineyard, with depth, structure, length and complexity.

Young: 2025 - 2040
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Domaine Georges Noëllat
2018 Gevrey-Chambertin En Champs, Maxime Cheurlin Noëllat
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Young: 2023 - 2031

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2018 Nuits-St-Georges, Maxime Cheurlin Noëllat
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Young: 2023 - 2031

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Domaine Ghislaine Barthod
2019 Chambolle-Musigny, Ghislaine Barthod Dry | Red | Still

You won’t find much better than this at village level. This is a wine of terrific complexity and nuance, with much of the texture and nuance you can find in her premiers crus, just with a slightly more forward and open fruit, and lighter tannins.

Young: 2023 - 2033
Domaine Gérard Julien & Fils
Critic Score
86/100
2019 Aloxe-Corton, Les Valozieres, Gérard Julien et Fils Dry | Red | Still

Aloxe-Corton, which hugs the hill of Corton, may not be the most famous village in the Côte d’Or, overshadowed both metaphorically and literally by the grands crus, but in the hands of winemakers like Etienne the results can be impressive - and good value. This is spicy and dark-fruited on the nose, with a juicy palate that abounds with summer fruits and a voluminous, structured finish.

Young: 2023 - 2029
Critic Score
89/100
2019 Nuits-St-Georges 1er Cru Les Bousselots, Gérard Julien et Fils Dry | Red | Still

One of the lesser known Nuits premiers crus, this vineyard is shared with Domaine Robert Chevillon, just below Aux Thorey, on the Vosne side of the appellation. Its clay-rich soils have yielded a big-shouldered, powerful Nuits, with a complex and surprisingly silky palate with an ample, pleasing finish.

Young: 2024 - 2033
2019 Nuits-St-Georges 'St Julien', Gérard Julien et Fils Dry | Red | Still

This single vineyard is located on the north side of Nuits, near Vosne-Romanée. It has a hint of that silkiness, but in its youth, the Nuits structure and stature dominate. This is a great example of the bold and muscular Nuits: fully bodied and full flavoured, with 2019’s brilliant freshness.

Young: 2023 - 2030
Critic Score
91/100
2019 Echézeaux Grand Cru, Gérard Julien et Fils Dry | Red | Still

Etienne’s parcel is just next to Grands Echezeaux and has produced a magnificent wine in 2019. The fruit is so exuberant and full bodied, with a long, powerful finish of tremendous intensity.

Young: 2025 - 2035
Domaine Hubert Lamy
Critic Score
92/100
2019 St-Aubin 1er Cru Les Frionnes, Hubert Lamy Dry | White | Still

Les Frionnes is one of Olivier’s most important and favourite vineyards. He has 5 parcels within it, varying in age from 10 to 80 years old. The chalky soil here is very similar to the Kimmeridgian soils found in the Chablis. This, combined with the cool breeze that is drawn down the valley over Frionnes at night, has produced a wine with powerful, bright acidity, and minty, crisp apple length. This cool east-facing site was singed by frost in the spring, and volumes are down.

Young: 2023 - 2033
Domaine Hudelot-Noëllat
Critic Score
86/100
2019 Bourgogne Rouge, Hudelot-Noëllat Dry | Red | Still

This comes from an astonishing 18 different parcels, many in the vineyards facing Chambolle-Musigny. Poor weather at flowering has, sadly, cut the normal yield in half. But what remains is just lovely - juicy and energetic, with soft berry fruit and a salty acidity. Good precision on the finish. If you’re quick enough to get it, it’s one of the bargains of the list.

Young: 2022 - 2026
Domaine Jean Grivot
Critic Score
86/100
2019 Côteaux Bourguignons, Jean Grivot Dry | Red | Still

Unlike some Côteaux Bourguignons which are a blend of Gamay and Pinot Noir, this is 100% Gamay, from a parcel of very old vines the Grivots inherited via the Jayers, one of whom was married to Etienne’s father. When tasting, Etienne mentioned that Henri Jayer once told him to never, ever rip out these vines. He has since kept his word, and it is now one of the wines that Etienne is most animated about in their whole cellar. 2019 is a tiny vintage though, with the volumes reduced from a usual 20 barrels to just eight. It is dark, dense, and impressively powerful, with a full and exuberant palate that fans out with black cassis concentration. Certainly not your run of the mill Gamay.

Young: 2022 - 2026
Critic Score
92/100
2019 Chambolle-Musigny La Combe d'Orveaux, Jean Grivot Dry | Red | Still

This is always one of the prettiest in the Grivot cellar, and in 2019, it has a full and floral bouquet of fresh strawberries and peonies. With sweet, rippling tannins and bright freshness, this is a great Pinot Noir.

Young: 2023 - 2030
Critic Score
96/100
2019 Clos de Vougeot Grand Cru, Jean Grivot Dry | Red | Still

Clos de Vougeot might be a grand cru, but in the wrong hands it can be ungainly and heavy. In the hands of the Grivots, however, it is a finely woven, detailed and poised wine with beautiful power and length. The structure here is a little austere in its youth, but this is just the innate structure of the site taking centre stage so early on. This bodes well for some complex ageing, and the fruit will unfurl around the tannin architecture in time.

Young: 2025 - 2036
Critic Score
94/100
2019 Nuits-St-Georges 1er Cru Les Pruliers, Jean Grivot Dry | Red | Still

This is one of the standouts in the Grivot cellar in 2019: plush, concentrated, and bursting with energy. The slippery smooth tannins wrapped around glossy dark fruit give the wine a lift and luminosity that sets it apart. The clay soils in the southern part of Nuits, sometimes accused of producing rustic wines, have helped the vines glide through the dry growing season of 2019, and have resulted in this glorious wine.

Young: 2024 - 2032
Domaine Jean-Marc Boillot
2019 Pommard 1er Cru Les Jarollières, Jean-Marc Boillot
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This well-located premier cru is just beneath Les Rugiens-Bas on the Volnay side of the village. It is one of the most improved wines of this estate over the past ten years. In 2019, it has some crunchy herbal notes amongst the red fruit notes, and an appealing salinity on the palate.

Young: 2024 - 2032

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Domaine Jean-Marc Millot
2019 Côtes de Nuits-Villages, Les Faulques, Jean-Marc Millot Dry | Red | Still

This single vineyard Côtes de Nuits village wine is a firm Lay & Wheeler favourite. It has a superbly lifted cherry fruit nose, with some excellent minty freshness on the peppery palate. Exactly what you’d look for in this appellation, with the intensity and dimensions to out-perform some grander communal wines with a few years in bottle.

Young: 2022 - 2026
2019 Vosne-Romanée, Jean-Marc Millot Dry | Red | Still

This comes from two sites in Vosne, one bordering Suchots (Hautes Maizières) and the other Clos Vougeot (Les Violettes). It has an abundant, supple red fruit character, with the aroma of wild strawberries introducing this poised and elegant Vosne. There is delicious volume on the palate that culminates in a long and sophisticated finish.

Young: 2023 - 2030
Domaine Jean-Marc Pillot
2019 Chassagne-Montrachet Rouge 1er Cru Clos-St-Jean, Jean-Marc Pillot Dry | Red | Still

This is a brilliant example of what Pinot Noir can do in Chassagne. The poor soils of Clos St Jean have long been one of the hotspots for Pinot in the village, and Jean-Marc counts himself lucky to have inherited this parcel of 100+ year old vines. He likes to make a gourmand style you can approach from youth, but don’t let that make you think this is lacking in concentration or sophistication. It is dark and spicy, with soft, sweet tannins, and a staggering concentration - you can feel the small volume of old vine fruit here.

Young: 2023 - 2033
2019 Chassagne-Montrachet 1er Cru Caillerets, Jean-Marc Pillot Dry | White | Still

This steep stony limestone site has triumphed in 2019. A rich intensity on the nose of fresh mango and white flowers is followed by a palate that strikes like lightning with its acidity and energy. It will open up brilliantly within a few years. A very fine example of this regal site.

Young: 2023 - 2031
Domaine Louis Boillot
2019 Volnay 1er Cru Les Brouillards, Louis Boillot Dry | Red | Still

This vineyard borders Pommard, and has produced a wine with a fruity, vibrant pallet of cranberry and redcurrant flavours in 2019. In cooler years it can be a little austere, but in 2019, it is a winner, with such plush and charming fruit.

Young: 2023 - 2034
2019 Volnay 1er Cru Les Angles, Louis Boillot
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This was the first parcel Louis and Clément picked, and they have captured the crunchy freshness of the vintage, whilst also drawing out a supple, silky red fruit core through destemming and gentle extraction. This is pretty, violet-scented and very finely balanced, with abundant, fine-grained tannins. A charming Volnay.

Young: 2023 - 2033

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Domaine Marc Colin et Fils
Critic Score
90.5/100
2019 St-Aubin 1er Cru En Remilly, Domaine Marc Colin Et Fils Dry | White | Still

This outstanding premier cru in St-Aubin sits on top of the hill that peaks between Chassagne and St-Aubin, just behind Chevalier-Montrachet Grand Cru. The wine is a blend of five parcels within En Remilly, and expresses the vineyard’s natural tendency to floral, peachy fruit, with mineral tension underneath. This has so much zing and pop in 2019. In warm years it can tend towards the exotic, but here it is zingy and citrus, and incredibly well balanced.

Young: 2022 - 2030
Domaine Michel Bouzereau
2019 Meursault 1er Cru Blagny, Michel Bouzereau Dry | White | Still

Blagny sits high up, above the heart of the Meursault commune. This altitude brings a focused freshness to the wines. This 2019 has a wonderfully nutty intensity, with a chalky, white blossom character, and long, citrus finish.

Young: 2022 - 2029