Offered NOV 28th, 2017

Bouchard Bonnes Mares 2014
12 bottles avialable (OWC (6))
$295 per bottle

(91-94) points Burghound: “Here too there is plenty of wood influence surrounding the spice, earth, game, cassis and plum suffused nose. There is fine richness to the velvety and impressively concentrated broad-shouldered flavors that possess a seductive mouth feel though the firm, robust and muscular finish make it clear that this is built-to-age. This will require more patience than the Clos de Vougeot but it is not so backward that it could not be popped after 7 to 8 years of bottle age.”

Bouchard Chambertin 2012
24 bottles avialable (OWC (6))
$225 per bottle

Bouchard Chapelle Chambertin 2014
36 bottles avialable (OWC (6))
$190 per bottle

(91-94) points Burghound: “Generous wood fights with the notably ripe nose that features intensely floral scents of black cherry, cassis and plum along with ample earth character. There is outstanding richness to the full-bodied and suave flavors that are quite round and almost gentle while delivering excellent length on the palate coating finish where the only nit is a hint of warmth. Like the Bonnes Mares this should be approachable after only a few years of bottle age.”

Bouchard Clos de Beze 2011
18 bottles avialable
$225 per bottle

95 points View From the Cellar: “The Chambertin “Clos de Bèze” from Bouchard Père et Fils is not from the domaine’s own vines, but it is consistently a superb example of this fine vineyard and this is certainly the case with this great 2011. The deep and complex bouquet offers up a classic mélange of cherries, raspberries, coffee, grilled meats, a complex base of dark soil tones, woodsmoke, mustard seed and a bit of spicy new wood. On the palate the wine is pure, full-bodied and beautifully focused, with outstanding mid-palate depth, ripe tannins, nascent complexity and superb length and grip on the poised and beautifully-balanced finish. An absolutely classic example of Clos de Bèze!”

Bouchard Clos Vougeot 2011
18 bottles avialable
$160 per bottle

(91-93) points View From the Cellar: “This is exceptionally toasty and the oak fights with the pungently earthy red berry fruit aromas. There is outstanding richness and volume to the extract rich big-bodied flavors that possess excellent power and obvious muscle, all wrapped in a dynamic and explosively long finish. Note that my score implicitly assumes that the wood will seamlessly integrate in time. Speaking of time, like the Le Corton, do not buy this unless you expressly intend to cellar it.”

Bouchard Clos Vougeot 2014
24 bottles avialable (OWC (6))
$160 per bottle

93 points Vinous: “Good dark red, not hugely saturated Cool, medicinal scents of black cherry, spices and herbs Juicy, pure and youthfully imploded, conveying excellent energy to its black fruit and licorice flavors Not a fleshy wine but still easier to taste today than the 2015 Crisp acidity and savory minerality contribute to its penetrating quality, but there’s nothing hard about this wine Finishes with firm, ripe tannins and excellent length.”

Bouchard Corton Le Corton 2010
18 bottles avialable (OWC (6))
$135 per bottle

94 points Burghound: “A brooding but impressively complex nose features notes of red currant, plum, earth and plenty of that Corton sauvage character. The textured, intense and broad-shouldered flavors possess excellent mid-palate concentration with fully mature structural elements. There is ample buffering sap, which is important as one would reasonably expect, this is a big and sleekly muscled wine with an explosively long, linear and overtly austere finish. The potential here is mostly impressive though note that plenty of patience is requisite.”

Bouchard Corton Le Corton 2014
36 bottles avialable (OWC (6))
$115 per bottle

(92-95) points Burghound: “Moderate wood and menthol nuances serve as a less than neutral backdrop for the gamy, spicy and very ripe aromas of dark pinot fruit liqueur-like aromas. There is fine volume and outstanding intensity to the big-bodied and powerful flavors that possess flat out superb concentration thanks to the abundance of palate drenching sap that also serves to buffer the firm core of ripe tannins on the hugely long and wonderfully complex finish. While the underlying raw material is certainly present such that this will require 15 to 20 years to arrive at its full apogee, the sap is such that I suspect that it will allow this to be enjoyed after only 7 to 8 years of cellar time. This is one to look for provided that you have at least moderate patience.”

Bouchard Vosne Romanee Les Suchots 2014
36 bottles avialable (OWC (6))
$125 per bottle

(91-93) points Burghound: “Here too the wood treatment is reasonably subtle and easily allows the ultra-spicy aromas of cassis, plum and Asian-style tea to be appreciated. The suave, mouth coating and wonderfully seductive medium weight flavors possess exceptionally good richness while delivering excellent depth and length on the impeccably well-balanced finish. This is textbook Suchots and while it is built-to-age it should also drink well young if desired”

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