New to La Cave | Collectors’ Delights & Renowned Grand Crus

September sometimes feels like spring, or even New Years’s Day – it is like a new beginning and there is a sense that anything is possible. Both ring true for iDealwine, in our cellar’s little black book, we have lots of exciting new wines added for you! Burgundies, beautiful Rhone Valley bottles, exciting Loire Valley finds, and natural wine from the Ardèche all await.

For starters, there is no shortage of choice among Burgundy bottles.

Well-known for his Meursault, Michel Bourzerau’s whites are elegant and precise. From the simple white Burgundy to a Premier Cru Meursault (2018 Les Charmes), there is something to suit everyone’s palate here.

Hands up if you are a fan of Marsannay paired with prime juicy duck breast?  Everyone? Ok!

Domaine Bart has what you need for a decadent meal – check out both Cuvées: Les Longeroies, and Au Champs Salomon, both from the same beautiful appellation. Let us know which Climat whets your appetite!

Ghislaine Barthod’s small family domain offers a delectable version of Chambolle-Musigny Premier Cru (Les Cras, Aux Beaux Bruns, Les Chatelots) in the 2017 vintage. Snap it up before it flies out the door!

If you fancy a Sancerre from the Loire Valley, opt for an organic wine from Domaine Guiberteau or a nice bottle from Francois Cotat? Otherwise, a young 2017 or 2018 Saumur red from Château de Villeneuve will probably quench your thirst (in moderation, of course).

In Bordeaux, the excellent Château Palmer is available in the magnificent 2015 and 2016 vintages. If you’re looking for something to age in the cellar, go for 2011 or 2012 Château La Louvière.

When it comes to new talent in winemarking, Jean-Luc Colombo is hitting the ground running. This gifted producer from the Cornas on the banks of the Rhône will win everyone over – his passion for the terroir and the wine coming through. He offers a range of Cornas (Terres brûlées, Les Ruchets, La Louvée, Vallon de l’Aigle), a Condrieu and a Côte du Rhône (2017 and 2018).

Let’s talk through a few more hidden gems – how about natural wine from the Ardèche? This is what Andrea Calek has on offer, opt for the A Toi Nous, Babiole or Pénultième.

Patrick Bouju at Domaine La Bohême is at the forefront of Auvergne’s wine revival, proposing natural wines full of character.  participating in the renewal of Auvergne, with his natural wines, with a strong personality. There are no less than seven wines on his agenda – five reds and two whites await.

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