Offered DEC 1st, 2017

Humbert Charmes Chambertin 2011
4 bottles available
$150 per bottle

93 points Burghound: “As it usually is, this is much more reserved with some wood in evidence on the combination of earthy and notably ripe purple fruit, particularly plum. There is real size, weight and power to the broad-shouldered flavors that brim with palate coating dry extract where the supporting tannins are well-integrated, all wrapped in a dense, long and well-balanced finish. This is not a huge Charmes but it’s still more imposingly scaled than any of the foregoing 2011s.”

Humbert Gevrey Chambertin Petite Chapelle 2013
15 bottles available
$95 per bottle

91 points Burghound: “Once again there is a dollop of new wood present that is sufficiently subtle so as to easily allow the elegant, cool and pure aromas of dark currant and pomegranate to shine. There is outstanding detail to the mineral-inflected medium-bodied flavors that possess a lovely sense of underlying tension, all wrapped in a balanced, complex and solidly persistent finish. This is slightly firmer than the Craipillot and will need at least 5 years of bottle age before it becomes approachable though it should reward 7 to 10.”

Humbert Gevrey Chambertin Poissenot 2011
31 bottles available
$85 per bottle

91 points Burghound: “An exceptionally fresh and bright nose features notes of cool red pinot fruit, red currant, floral hints and plenty of stone influence. The latter element carries over to the energetic, precise and beautifully intense medium weight flavors that also possess a refreshing salinity on the understated and impeccably well-balanced finish. This is defined by its minerality and is a wine of finesse.”

Humbert Gevrey Chambertin Poissenot 2012
32 bottles available
$95 per bottle

92+ points Vinous: “Bright, dark red. Crushed black and blue fruits lifted by violet on the nose (“black fruits are a sign of great phenolic maturity,” noted Humbert). Saline, sappy and rich, with dark fruit, licorice and menthol flavors spreading out to saturate the palate. More minerally than the Petite Chapelle, with an element of complexity that comes from successful ripening in a cool combe. Should make a terrific accompaniment to game dishes.”

Humbert Gevrey Chambertin Poissenot 2013
21 bottles available
$85 per bottle

91 points Burghound: “This is also exceptionally fresh and bright with a cool and airy nose of essence of both red and dark cherry fruit that is trimmed in a touch of oak. The intensely mineral-driven middle weight flavors possess lovely vibrancy and fine delineation before culminating in a saline-inflected, delicious and ever-so-mildly austere finish where the wood expressed by the nose resurfaces. This too will require a few years of cellaring before it will be approachable. In sum, this is textbook Poissenot.”

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