With all the hype attributed to Bordeaux, Burgundy still remains the most complex and intellectual of France's dreamland of wine-making. What is lacked in varietal blending, as only two grapes are used - Pinot and Chardonnay, is made up for by the 'terroir' - the expression of geological and climatic conditions, which can vary so dramatically over as little as ten or twenty yards within a single vineyard.

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2015 Latricieres Chambertin Grand Cru Faiveley (Case - 6/75cl)

High quality wine has been produced on this small plot for hundreds of years, but the vineyards origins have been lost to the fog of history; the first known reference of this Grand Cru is from 1508. This wine has a rich savoury nose with layers of spice, fruit and wood followed by gentle attack on the palate with velvet tannins, elegant structure and remarkable length.

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2012 Bourgogne Pinot Noir Bertrand Ambroise (Bottle - 1/75cl)

In 1987, B. Ambroise took over this domaine. After much hard work from a passionate team, they now have vines over 17 hectares which produce two main varietals - Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. The family is incredibly passionate about producing top quality wine, they work with a strict attention to detail, with a constant focus on the end product. This care shines through in the Pinot Noir, medium bodied and smooth on the palate with a good level of tanins, notes of dark fruits and a definite richness.


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