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Justin Dutraive "Les Tours" Beaujolais Villages 2017

Young vigneron Justin Dutraive, son of the famous Jean-Louis Dutraive, starting turning out his own wines in 2015. His own rise to fame is happening fast, but his wines are scarce. These are must-try's while we have them!
90 Wine Advocate
(9/22/2018) "Deeper and more serious, the 2017 Beaujolais-Villages Les Tours exhibits a plummy bouquet of deep red fruit, followed by a medium to full-bodied, concentrated palate with greater amplitude and dimension."
$
7499
Discount:
1.5 LT
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Domaine Marcel Lapierre Morgon 2017

90 Wine Advocate
94 James Suckling
(2/22/2018) "Some very stony and flinty aromas with graphite. Red and dark plums, too. Smells fresh and very complex already. The palate has great density and a fine, compressed tannin texture, as well as a very focused finish. Spiced black cherries and blackberries, cassis and dark chocolate to close. Short carbonic maceration and juice is racked off during the carbonic process. A captivatingly powerful but focused Morgon. No Cote du Puy due to the hail in 2017. Best from 2020."
$
6399
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1.5 LT
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Famille Dutraive "Clos du Chapitre" Saint Amour 2017

92 Wine Advocate
(9/22/2018) "Bursting with scents of cherries, plums and dried flowers, the 2017 Saint-Amour Clos du Chapitre is medium to full-bodied, ample and velvety, with a sweet core of fruit, melting tannins and a taut, stony finish. This is a new bottling for the Famille Dutraive label and comes warmly recommended."
$
4999
Discount:
750 ML
Available:
~29 bottlesCheck all Stores

Famille Dutraive "Lieu dit En Papolet" Chenas 2016

92 Our Score
92 Vinous, Josh Raynolds
(2/2018) "Vivid ruby. Aromas of fresh dark fruits, candied flowers and smoky minerals, along with an exotic Moroccan spice nuance in the background. Chewy and nicely concentrated, offering focused black raspberry, boysenberry and bitter cherry flavors that tighten up steadily on the back half. Shows very good energy and finishes spicy and very long; dusty tannins sneak in steadily to frame the lingering dark fruit. Drinking window: 2022 - 2028."
$
4299
Discount:
750 ML
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Pax Wine Cellars Sonoma Coast Gamay 2016

91 Our Score
91 Vinous, Antonio Galloni
(3/2017) "The 2016 Gamay (Sonoma Coast) is superb. Bright, deep and fleshy, the 2016 makes a strong first impression with its super-expressive bright red-toned flavors. The 100% whole clusters add striking nuance throughout. The Pax Gamay is made from vines in Castelli-Knight Ranch, the first Gamay planted on the Sonoma Coast. It will be interesting to see how this wine develops in future vintages. The 2016 is hugely promising."
$
3899
Discount:
750 ML
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Martin Woods "Havlin Vineyard" Willamette Valley Gamay Noir 2017

92 Our Score
(3/2019) This incredible Gamay comes from the Havlin Vineyard, which sits right in the path of the Van Duzer winds. Constantly buffeted by these cooling winds, the grapes develop much thicker skins, resulting in a more structured, intense wine. This is a serious Gamay with loads of power and depth that could go head to head with the best Crus of Beaujolais, yet remains distinctly Oregonian.
$
3399
Discount:
750 ML
Available:
~10 bottlesCheck all Stores

Domaine de L'Ecu "Astra" Vin de France Gamay 2016

90 Our Score
(8/2018) Made in collaboration with Domaine Landreon-Chartier in the Coteaux de la Loire, this single-vineyard Gamay was biodynamically farmed, hand-picked, and macerated for 10 days with native yeast without filtration or added sulphites and aged 9 months in amphorae. The result is a juicy and fruit-forward Gamay with a generous cherry and plum character with under a delicate layer of red flowers and spice. Ready to be thoroughly enjoyed from now until 2021.
$
3399
Discount:
750 ML
Available:
~12 bottlesCheck all Stores

Justin Dutraive "Les Tours" Beaujolais Villages 2017

Young vigneron Justin Dutraive, son of the famous Jean-Louis Dutraive, starting turning out his own wines in 2015. His own rise to fame is happening fast, but his wines are scarce. These are must-try's while we have them!
90 Wine Advocate
(9/22/2018) "Deeper and more serious, the 2017 Beaujolais-Villages Les Tours exhibits a plummy bouquet of deep red fruit, followed by a medium to full-bodied, concentrated palate with greater amplitude and dimension."
$
3199
Discount:
750 ML
Available:

Dufaitre Cote de Brouilly 2017

91+ Our Score
(12/2018) From some of the highest elevation vineyards in the Cru, Dufaitre's Cote de Brouilly is a perfect balance between power and elegance. This is definitely the biggest and densest of Remi's wines, with plenty of grip and tannins. Remi is part of the informal group of young winemakers that have evolved from the original Gang of Four in Beaujolais. Foillard is indeed one of his biggest supporters! This is drinking wonderfully right now and will continue to get better over the years. We can see why this young man is garnering so much attention from the bistros in Paris to wine bars in New York.
$
2999
Discount:
750 ML
Available:
~31 bottlesCheck all Stores

Domaine Marcel Lapierre Morgon 2017

90 Wine Advocate
94 James Suckling
(2/22/2018) "Some very stony and flinty aromas with graphite. Red and dark plums, too. Smells fresh and very complex already. The palate has great density and a fine, compressed tannin texture, as well as a very focused finish. Spiced black cherries and blackberries, cassis and dark chocolate to close. Short carbonic maceration and juice is racked off during the carbonic process. A captivatingly powerful but focused Morgon. No Cote du Puy due to the hail in 2017. Best from 2020."
$
2899
Discount:
750 ML
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