The mythic bottles you’ve been waiting for: the biggest names, best vintages and ready-to-drink nectars, just for you.
Right Bank and Left Bank alike, our Bordeaux selection is iconic. Produced from an exceptional terroir, and the fruit of attentive viticulture and meticulous vinifications, these wines are simply mythic. Whether you opt for a magnum of Petrus 1994 or Léoville-Poyferré 2004, or a bottle of Lafite Rothschild 1989 or Léoville Las Cases 2009, you are truly in for a treat.
Over in Burgundy, precious bottles await you, including: Georges Roumier Bonne-Mares 2004, DRC Richebourg 2006 and a Volnay Premier Cru Santenots du Milieu 2000 from Domaine des Comtes Lafon. The white wines are equally astounding, with Chablis Grand Cru from Domaine William Fèvre and Etienne Sauzet’s Puligny-Montrachet Champ-Gain 2008 and Les Combettes 2009.
Speaking of white wine, we can’t recommend Stéphane Tissot’s Château Chalon 2009 enough.
With summer around the corner, sumptuous southern wines are very much in order. Our top picks include: Bandol 1997 from Château de Pibarnon; Cahors Probus 2000, 2005 or 2007 from Clos Triguedina; Pézenas 2009 from Domaine des Aurelles. If you prefer the freshness of Loire wines, we recommend these three wonders: Silex 2009 from Dagueneau, Savennières 2004 from Clos de la Coulée de Serrant and of course, the Montlouis Les Lys 2009 from François Chidaine.
Last but not least, our iconic, ready-to-drink wines from the Rhône Valley are absolutely unmissable. Don’t miss out on Côte-Rôtie from Jean-Michel Stephan (2005, 2006 and 2009), Châteauneuf-du-Pape from Clos des Papes, the Cornas Reynard and Caillot 2009 from Thierry Allemand as well as the 2005 Côtes du Rhône from Château de Fonsalette.