Offered APR 10th, 2017

Pousse d’Or Volnay Clos des 60 Ouvrees 2015
36 bottles available, $90 per bottle

(92-94) points Burghound: “There is enough reduction present to render the nose difficult to assess today. Otherwise there is a slightly finer mouth feel to the sleek, intense and sappy flavors that possess a highly polished and seductive mouth feel while brimming with minerality on the firm and youthfully austere finale. Like the Bousse d’Or this is going to require at least some patience and ultimately reward 12 to 15 years of cellar time.”

Pousse d’Or Volnay Clos de la Bousse d’Or 2015
36 bottles available, $90 per bottle

(91-94) points Burghound: “Moderate amounts of wood and menthol elements frame the prominently ripe aromas of black pinot fruit liqueur aromas that are trimmed in an abundance of pretty spice nuances. The opulently, even lavishly rich medium weight flavors saturate the palate with sappy dry extract which also serves to buffer the more evidently mineral-inflected finish that is both firm and youthfully austere. Patience definitely required here.”

Pousse d’Or Bonnes Mares 2015
3 bottles available, $250 per bottle

(92-95) points Burghound: “Very ripe liqueur-like aromas speak of plum, dark raspberry, cassis, earth, game and a broad if subtle range of spice wisps. There is impressive volume but also surprisingly good detail given how rich the big-bodied and concentrated flavors are, all wrapped in a sappy and hugely long finish. Like the Amoureuses this too displays a hint of backend warmth but it’s not really enough to materially diminish the overall sense of balance. This youthfully austere and compact effort is definitely going to require extended cellaring to reach its full potential.”

Pousse d’Or Clos de la Roche 2015
6 bottles available, $250 per bottle
3 magnums available, $500 per magnum

(93-95) points Burghound: “Reduction. Here there is a similar mouth feel to the Bonnes Mares with a bit more muscle in evidence on the overtly powerful yet velvety and imposingly-scaled flavors that exude a subtle minerality on the slightly firmer and just as impressively persistent finale. This youthfully austere and ultra-serious effort is one of those “buy and forget you own it” wines as it’s going to be very long-lived.”

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