What’s new? | Time to restock your cellar

Have you got enough in your cellar for the last part of 2021? If, like us, the end of your year is going to be busy, we recommend you stock up now! In anticipation of the colder months, we’ve welcomed new bottles into the iDealwine cellar. Our new releases are eagerly awaiting! Everything is here, from gems for dinners with friends to bottles reserved for special occasions.

Among our new Bordeaux wines, we have several from the beautiful 2019 vintage. You will find Clos Puy Arnaud, a little biodynamic favourite, Château du Taillan, a Medoc gem at a pleasing price, and Château de Francs with its Les Cerisiers cuvée.

As for Burgundy, there are plenty of new bottles, ranging from pretty low-priced vintages such as the 2020 Mâcon-Villages from Héritiers du Comte Lafon (€16) to Chantal Lescure’s 2017 Clos-de-Vougeot, without forgetting the 2019 Meursaults from Rémi Jobard and François Mikulski.

Have you always dreamed of tasting Yvon Métras’ Fleurie Ultime, a Beaujolais icon regularly put up for sale in our auctions? Try a first taste of this wonderful work with his entry level Beaujolais Madame Placard cuvée from 2020.

Head for the Loire Valley, where you can (re)discover the Jonathan Didier Pabiot estate via its latest vintage, the 2019. Located in Loges (Pouilly-Fumé), this biodynamic family business produces a delicious range of wines with character.

From Alsace, you should check out our many new releases from Domaine Kientzler, the latest vintages of various vintages of Riesling, Gewurztraminer and Pinot Gris. Another choice, and not the least, among our Alsatian novelties: the 2019 and 2020 vintages from Vignoble du Rêveur, the rising star of the region run by Mathieu Deiss and his father (Jean-Michel).

In the South, we have you the latest vintage (2018) from Banyuls’ Coume del Mas, but also, in the Languedoc, that of Ermitage du Pic Saint-Loup.

In the Rhone Valley too, the latest vintage by Jean-Michel Gerin, a Côte-Rôtie Champin Le Seigneur (2019) has arrived, as has his 2020 Saint Joseph and the 2019 Côte-Rôtie La Landonne, Côte-Bodin and Les Grandes Places. For lovers of grandiose Côte-Rôtie, head for Michel and Stéphane Ogier’s 2015 La Belle Hélène, a cuvée made from old Serine vines, an ancient Syrah variety.

Want to get away from it all? Get away to Argentina by discovering the 2017 and 2018 vintages by Catena Zapata, a family vineyard rooted at the foot of the Andes since the beginning of the last century. One of the country’s greatest names, to be discovered without delay!

Many other new bottles are waiting for you, so you can explore the whole selection here.