Cellar Archive

Pierre Péters

One of the original grower champagne houses. Rodolphe, the current proprietor, continues the legacy of making some of the greatest blanc de blancs champagne created in the area. Central to the Domaine is the outstanding Chétillons vineyard in Le Mesnil-sur-Oger. The Péters estate has become synonymous with this vineyard, or perhaps it’s the other way around. In youth, the wines here are piercing with finesse. After a few years of maturity, they blossom out, showing layers of minerality and subtle spice.

Pierre Péters, 'Les Chétillons' Grand Cru Blanc de Blancs 2013
$165.00
Pierre Péters, 'Cuvée Millésime L'Esprit' Brut 2016
$125.00
Pierre Péters, 'Cuvée Millésime L'Esprit' Brut 2017
$125.00
Pierre Péters, Blanc de Blancs Grand Cru 'Réserve Oubliée'
$115.00
Pierre Péters, Blanc de Blancs 'Cuvée Réserve' Jeroboam (2022 release)
$600.00
Pierre Péters, Blanc de Blancs Grand Cru 'L'Etonnant Monsieur Victor' 2015
$450.00
Pierre Péters, Brut 'Rosé for Albanne'
$105.00
Pierre Péters, 'L'Etonnant Monsieur Victor' Grand Cru Blanc de Blancs 2014
$295.00
Pierre Péters, 'Les Chétillons' Grand Cru Blanc de Blancs 2014
$225.00
Pierre Péters, Rosé Brut NV
$95.00
Pierre Péters, 'Cuvée Réserve' Blanc de Blancs NV Magnum
$200.00
Pierre Péters, 'L'Etonnant Monsieur Victor' Grand Cru Blanc de Blancs 2013
$305.00
Pierre Péters, 'l'Esprit' 2015
$98.00
Pierre Péters, 'Réserve Oubliée' Blanc de Blancs NV
$175.00
Pierre Péters, Blanc de Blancs 'Cuvée Réserve' Jeroboam (2021 release)
$550.00
Pierre Péters, 'Cuvée Réserve' Blanc de Blancs NV
$79.00
Pierre Péters, Brut 'Cuvée de Réserve' Double Magnum
$450.00
Pierre Péters, Brut 'Cuvée Millésime L'Esprit' 2018
$110.00

Domaine Dujac

It's easy to forget that Domaine Dujac was founded by the now-iconic Jacques Seysses in the late 1960s. It feels like a benchmark that has always been there. The number of winemakers in the region and around the world who model their philosophy on Dujac is impressive. The quality here speaks for itself. Dujac sits at the top of the hierarchy of producers in Burgundy. The Domaine is most commonly associated with the grand crus of Clos de la Roche and Clos Saint-Denis but their plethora of premiers cru and village wines are all worth collecting and drinking as often as humanly possible.

Domaine Dujac, Vosne-Romanée Premier Cru 'Aux Malconsorts' 2020
$575.00

Comtes Lafon

Dominique Lafon took over this already storied family Domaine in 1985 and has realized the potential of an extraordinary portfolio of vineyards. The white wines here truly number among the greatest in Burgundy, while the reds are fantastic values, comparatively, and still somehow flying under the radar. The vineyards, centered around Meursault (Comtes Lafon is the only property to own vineyards in all premiers crus of the village) are cultivated along with biodynamic principles since 1989. The wines here have taken a turn for a leaner, more elegant style lately, and the results are magnificent.

Comtes Lafon, 'Clos de la Baronne' Meursault 2018
$184.00
Comtes Lafon, 'Santenots-du-Milieu' 1er Cru Volnay 1996
$250.00
Comtes Lafon, 'Santenots-du-Milieu' 1er Cru Volnay 1990
$450.00
Comtes Lafon, 'Santenots-du-Milieu' 1er Cru Volnay 1982
$475.00
Comtes Lafon, 'Charmes' 1er Cru Meursault 2009
$250.00
Comtes Lafon, 'Les Duresses' 1er Cru Monthélie 2001
$125.00
Comtes Lafon, 'Les Duresses' 1er Cru Monthélie 1999
$150.00
Comtes Lafon, 'Clos de la Baronne' Meursault 2015
$250.00
Comtes Lafon, 'Porusots' 1er Cru Meursault 2015
$350.00
Comtes Lafon, 'Genevrières' 1er Cru Meursault 2017
$425.00
Comtes Lafon, 'Perrières' 1er Cru Meursault 2017
$425.00
Comtes Lafon, 'Montrachet' Grand Cru 2014
$1,750.00
Comtes Lafon, Meursault 2017
$135.00
Comtes Lafon, 'Clos de la Barre' Meursault 2017
$175.00
Comtes Lafon, 'Charmes' 1er Cru Meursault 2017
$350.00
Comtes Lafon, 'Porusots' 1er Cru Meursault 2017
$525.00
Comtes Lafon, 'Clos de la Baronne' 1er Cru Meursault 2017
$170.00
Comtes Lafon, 'Porusots' 1er Cru Meursault 2012 Magnum
$800.00
Comtes Lafon, Volnay 2011
$145.00
Comtes Lafon, Volnay 2009
$175.00
Comtes Lafon, Monthélie Blanc 2009
$125.00
Comtes Lafon, 'Santenots-du-Milieu' 1er Cru Volnay 2016
$190.00

Domaine Marquis d'Angerville

Volnay is an enigmatic place. It is nestled between villages that make mostly white wines — or robust, hefty reds. But here, perhaps the most elegant and subtle wines in all of Burgundy are made. That reputation owes a lot to the d’Angerville estate, a fixture of the highest quality Volnay for over two centuries. Guillaume d’Angerville, the current proprietor, took over the estate in 2003, after his father Jacques’ death. He continues the philosophy of low intervention, letting the vineyards express themselves without getting in the way. The result is an exceptional lineup that ranges from the delicious Bourgognes to the singular premiers crus, with Fremiets typically being polished and joyful... Champans, curvier and denser... Taillepieds, structured — and for the lover of a classic, nervous Burgundy. The top of the hierarchy is Clos des Ducs, a mythical vineyard and a wine that deserves a few years of cellaring to really blossom out. Few wines in Burgundy can match its beautiful perfume once matured. And forget what you know about Volnays being light, soft wines for easy drinking – almost none have a track record of being age-worthy like the Clos des Ducs.

Domaine Georges Roumier

The wines of Domaine Georges Roumier are among the absolute best in the world. Not just the best Burgundy, but the best wine. Period. From Bourgogne Rouge to the estate’s grand cru vineyards throughout the hills of Morey-Saint-Denis and Chambolle-Musigny, Roumier is known for a style of purity and finesse. ‘Finesse’ is a word that gets thrown around a lot when talking about Burgundy, but it means the wine is silky in texture rather than rustic, gliding across your palate with subtlety and ease. Roumier is the north star of elegant and age-worthy light red wine for all winemakers throughout the world. Anyone questioning that is no more than an annoying contrarian.

Domaine G. Roumier, 'Musigny' Grand Cru 2019
$8,500.00
Domaine G. Roumier, 'Bonnes-Mares' Grand Cru 2019
$1,650.00
Domaine G. Roumier, 'Corton-Charlemagne' Grand Cru 2019
$525.00
Roumier, 'Les Cras' 1er Cru Chambolle-Musigny 2005
$1,100.00
Roumier, 'Clos de la Bussière' 1er Cru Morey-St.-Denis 2010
$500.00
Roumier, 'Les Cras' 1er Cru Chambolle-Musigny 2010
$950.00
Roumier, 'Bonnes-Mares' Grand Cru 2001
$2,750.00
Roumier, 'Clos de la Bussière' 1er Cru Morey-St.-Denis 2001
$550.00
Roumier, 'Aux Mazoyeres' Grand Cru 2015
$800.00
Roumier, 'Ruchottes-Chambertin' 2015
$1,000.00
Roumier, Chambolle-Musigny 2015
$350.00
Roumier, Chambolle-Musigny 2012
$400.00
Roumier, 'Clos de la Bussière' 1er Cru Morey-St.-Denis 2018 Magnum
$650.00
Roumier, 'Bonnes-Mares' Grand Cru 2014
$1,200.00
Roumier, 'Les Cras' 1er Cru Chambolle-Musigny 2018 Magnum
$900.00
Roumier, 'Les Cras' 1er Cru Chambolle-Musigny 2018
$450.00
Roumier, 'Bonnes-Mares' Grand Cru 2013
$1,200.00
Roumier, 'Clos de la Bussière' 1er Cru Morey-St.-Denis 2018
$225.00
Roumier, 'Clos de la Bussière' 1er Cru Morey-St.-Denis 2004
$235.00
Roumier, Chambolle-Musigny 2004
$325.00

Auguste Clape

A decade ago, Cornas was still somewhat of an insider’s wine. These wines had a reputation for being burly and rustic in comparison with their northern cousins from Côte-Rôtie and Hermitage, but they provided an excellent opportunity to drink pure and hauntingly beautiful Syrah. Auguste Clape (who passed away in 2018, succeeded by son Pierre-Marie and grandson Olivier) was the standard-bearer of traditional winemaking in the appellation. As the pendulum has swung from polish and make-up back to old-school wines, they have gained more of a blue-chip status, but the wines are still frequently good value in comparison, and a must have in any syrah-lover’s cellar.

Auguste Clape, Côtes du Rhône 2020
$85.00
Auguste Clape, Cornas 1993
$180.00
Auguste Clape, Cornas 1997
$375.00
Auguste Clape, Cornas 'Renaissance' 2010
$150.00
Auguste Clape, Cornas 'Renaissance' 2016
$125.00
Auguste Clape, Cotes du Rhône 2021
$65.00
Auguste Clape, Cornas 1995
$350.00
Auguste Clape, Saint-Péray 2020
$76.00
Auguste Clape, Cornas 1994
$245.00
Auguste Clape, Le Vin de Amis 2019
$65.00
Auguste Clape, Cornas 2014 Magnum
$400.00
Auguste Clape, Cornas 2013 Magnum
$350.00
Auguste Clape, 'Renaissance' Cornas 2013
$90.00
Auguste Clape, Cornas 2014
$225.00
Auguste Clape, Cornas 1996 Magnum
$1,850.00
Auguste Clape, Cornas 1989 Magnum
$2,500.00
Auguste Clape, Cornas 1985 Magnum
$1,850.00
Auguste Clape, Cornas 2016
$175.00
Auguste Clape, 'Renaissance' Cornas 2015
$125.00
Auguste Clape, 'Renaissance' Cornas 2014
$85.00
Auguste Clape, Cornas 2013
$205.00

J.L. Chave

The Chave family is nothing short of royalty in the world of wine. The current Jean-Louis is the 16th generation in father-son succession who have tended vines in St. Joseph and the fabled hill of Hermitage, possibly the birthplace and arguably the pinnacle of the Syrah grape. While several producers now separate out their various plots in Hermitage (perhaps a nod to the more marketing-savvy neighbors in Côte-Rôtie), Chave is all about the art of blending together these components into a whole that is greater than the sum of the parts. The results is a wine that captures the soul of the Hermitage, structured and full, with hauntingly wild and floral aromas. In a handful of vintages, there is another label, Cuvée Cathelin. It’s not intended to be a prestige-cuvée, but rather a way for Jean-Louis to express a specific nature of a vintage that may not work in the Hermitage. Worthy of special mention is the wines from St. Joseph, not to be looked down upon as secondary. Remember that this is the ancestral home of the family, and Jean-Louis has been dedicating all his resources to re-establishing the terraced vineyards here. We will wish we had held on to more of these wines soon.

Jean-Louis Chave, Hermitage Blanc 2007
$225.00
Domaine Jean-Louis Chave, Hermitage 1994
$595.00
Jean-Louis Chave, Hermitage 1990
$2,200.00
Jean-Louis Chave, Hermitage 1990 Magnum
$4,000.00
Jean-Louis Chave, Hermitage 1998
$550.00
Jean-Louis Chave, Hermitage 2002
$400.00
Jean-Louis Chave, Hermitage Blanc 1986
$350.00
Jean-Louis Chave, Hermitage 1986
$700.00
Jean-Louis Chave, Hermitage 2000
$500.00
Jean-Louis Chave, Hermitage 2017
$285.00
Jean-Louis Chave, Saint-Joseph 2017
$85.00

Drouhin

In many industries there are family legacies who are considered the untouchables despite a world obsessed with new discoveries. In those industries, there are also some grandchildren who have inherited fortune only to destroy it upon their control. The Drouhin family are the primary family of Burgundy, who are one of the only large producers who still makes great wines today. Their range stretches from everyday bottles under $20, to some of the more collectible and rare bottling from all of France. With such a large amount of wines made, there are inevitably the gems of the winery. We believe that Drouhin makes some of the best wines from the village and grand cru vineyards in Chambolle-Musigny. They also make consistent white and reds from the southern region of Beaune. Their style is clean, fruit driven, and never overly oaky. It’s an elegant wine that has survived the realities of Succession. 

Drouhin, 'Grand-Échézeaux' Grand Cru 1992
$475.00
Drouhin, 'Amoureuses' 1er Cru Chambolle-Musigny 2002 Magnum
$2,100.00
Drouhin, 'Les Petit Monts' 1er Cru Vosne-Romanée 2001 Magnum
$1,250.00
Drouhin, 'Amoureuses' 1er Cru Chambolle-Musigny 2015
$550.00
Drouhin, 'Clos de Bèze' Grand Cru Chambertin 2011
$250.00
Drouhin, 'Griottes-Chambertin' Grand Cru 2011
$250.00
Drouhin, 'Grand-Échézeaux' Grand Cru 2011
$350.00
Drouhin, 'Marquis de la Laguiche' Montrachet Grand Cru 2017 6-pack OWC
$950.00
Drouhin, 'Clos de la Roche' Grand Cru 2017
$395.00
Drouhin, 'Clos des Mouches' 1er Cru Beaune 1996
$250.00
Drouhin, 1er Cru Chambolle-Musigny 2015
$130.00

Domaine Tempier

Domaine Tempier is found in Bandol, a region in the south of France. The owner, Lulu, passed away recently and is remembered as a legend of Provence much like Sinatra is to New Jersey. It’s said that her lifestyle influenced some of the great restaurants here like Chez Panisse. It's smart, timeless, and incredibly elegant. These days it’s the rosé we drink most. It’s the archetype of the dry, French style and you’ll see Bandol on the label. They make a small amount of white wine or Bandol blanc in a style that is similar to the Rhone valley– they are rich and oily. Their singly vineyard reds have come to be collected and are worthy of aging well over thirty years. The main grape being the big and earthy grape mourvèdre.

Tempier, Bandol Rouge 2020
$80.00
Tempier, 'Cuvée Speciale' Bandol 2000
$250.00
Tempier, Bandol 'Cuvée Migoua' 1993
$225.00
Tempier, Bandol 'Cuvée Tourtine' 1988
$250.00
Tempier, Bandol 'Cuvée Migoua' 1999
$225.00
Tempier, Bandol 'Cuvée Migoua' 1998
$225.00
Tempier, 'Cuvée Tourtine' Bandol 1997
$250.00
Tempier, 'Cuvée Speciale' Bandol 2001
$300.00
Tempier, Bandol 'Cuvée Tourtine' 1990
$350.00
Tempier, Bandol 'Cuvée Tourtine' 1996
$205.00
Tempier, Bandol 'Cuvée Tourtine' 2018
$85.00

Cerbaiona

Cerbaiona, one of the greatest estates in Tuscany, is tiny but mighty: The wines are a top-tier example of traditional Brunello and very small production makes them highly sought after. Diego Molinari, a retired pilot, purchased the estate in the late ‘70s to pursue his dream of winemaking and it’s easy to see why he was attracted to the region — the fruit strikes a perfect balance between the warm ripeness common in the south AND the structure associated with the north. The straightforward process at Cerbaiona uses the traditional techniques of the region. Nothing is taken away and nothing is added. Wine critic Antonio Galloni once said, “If forced to drink only one wine from Montalcino, I might very well choose Diego Molinari’s sumptuous Brunello.” 

Cerbaiona, Brunello di Montalcino 2012 Magnum
$500.00
Cerbaiona, Brunello di Montalcino 2013
$235.00
Cerbaiona, Brunello di Montalcino 2017 Magnum
$500.00
Cerbaiona, Sangiovese IGT 2019
$55.00
Cerbaiona, Brunello di Montalcino 2012
$160.00
Cerbaiona, Brunello di Montalcino 1995
$650.00
Cerbaiona, Rosso di Montalcino 2019
$80.00
Cerbaiona, Brunello di Montalcino 1998
$495.00
Cerbaiona, Rosso VdT
$25.00
Cerbaiona, Rosso di Montalcino 2015
$65.00
Cerbaiona, Brunello di Montalcino 2013 Magnum
$450.00
Cerbaiona, Brunello di Montalcino 2013
$275.00
Cerbaiona, Brunello di Montalcino 2012
$250.00
Cerbaiona, Brunello di Montalcino 1997
$510.00
Cerbaiona, Rosso di Montalcino 2016
$60.00
Cerbaiona, Brunello di Montalcino 1983
$425.00
Cerbaiona, Brunello di Montalcino 2010
$500.00
Cerbaiona, Rosso di Montalcino 2021
$75.00

Gaja

Gaja was originally founded in the 17th century and is now run by Gaia Gaja, the fifth generation of the family. Gaia’s father, Angelo, is credited with transforming the estate and bringing the region of Barbaresco into the modern age. He’s clearly proud of this, hence naming his daughter Gaja twice. The pride is justified. Starting in the 60s, Angelo was on a crusade to show the world that Italian wine was serious wine. The winery is based in the hills of Barbaresco neighboring Barolo. They also make a small amount of Barolo called ‘Sperss’ This isn’t a vineyard but a romantic name denoting nostalgia. It’s true we have nostalgia for the Gaja style of the 80s. It’s some of Italy’s greatest wine ever.

Gaja, Barbaresco 1974
$325.00
Gaja, Barbaresco 1975
$325.00
Gaja, Barbaresco 1987
$315.00
Gaja, Barbaresco 'Cantine' 1977
$375.00
Gaja, Barolo 'Contiesa' 2018
$350.00
Gaja, Barolo 'Spress' 2018
$360.00
Gaja, Barbaresco 1973
$395.00
Gaja, Barolo 'Gromis Conteisa Cerequio' Barolo 1993
$250.00
Gaja, Barolo 'Gromis Conteisa Cerequio' Barolo 1990
$375.00
Gaja, Barolo 'Gromis Conteisa Cerequio' 1989
$375.00
Gaja, Barolo 'Conteisa' 1996
$625.00
Gaja, Barbaresco 'Sorì Tildìn' 1989 Jéroboam
$3,000.00
Gaja, Barbaresco 'Sorì San Lorenzo' 1989 Jéroboam
$3,000.00
Gaja, Barbaresco 'Sorì Tildìn' 1988
$495.00
Gaja, Barbaresco 1967
$400.00
Gaja, Barbaresco 1964
$425.00
Gaja, Brunello di Montalcino 'Sugarille' 1997
$225.00
Gaja, 'Sorì San Lorenzo' Barbaresco 1974
$850.00
Gaja, 'Dagromis' Barolo 2016
$105.00
Gaja, 'Costa Russi' Barbaresco 1982
$750.00
Gaja, 'Gromis Conteisa Cerequio' Barolo 1993
$250.00
Gaja, Barbera d'Alba 1969
$175.00
Gaja, 'Costa Russi' Langhe 2004
$236.00
Gaja, 'Costa Russi' Langhe 2000
$400.00
Gaja, 'Sperss' Langhe Barolo 2009
$250.00
Gaja, 'Sperss' Barolo 1988
$575.00
Gaja, 'Gaia and Rey' Chardonnay 2017
$225.00
Gaja, 'Rennina' Brunello di Montalcino 1997
$149.00
Gaja, Nebbiolo d'Alba 1974
$275.00
Gaja, 'Gromis Conteisa Cerequio' Barolo 1990
$350.00
Gaja, 'I Fagiani d'Oro' Nebbiolo del Piemonte 1975
$350.00
Gaja, 'Vignaveja' Nebbiolo d'Alba 1982
$225.00
Gaja, 'Sperss' Barolo 1988 Double-Magnum
$2,200.00
Gaja, Barbaresco 1974
$335.00
Gaja, Barbaresco 1973 Double-Magnum
$2,300.00
Gaja, 'Sperss' Barolo 1988 Magnum
$1,000.00
Gaja, 'Vignarey' Barbera d'Alba 1987
$150.00
Gaja, 'Gaia and Rey' Chardonnay 2016
$285.00
Gaja, Barbaresco 'Sorì Tildìn' 1990
$675.00
Gaja, Barolo 'Sperss' 1996
$485.00
Gaja, Barbaresco 2020 (Pre-Sale Arriving 01/30)
$350.00
Gaja, Barolo 'Conteisa' 2019 (Pre-Sale Arriving 01/30)
$500.00

Bartolo Mascarello

At a time when winemaking styles change as quickly as trends in fashion, it’s important to celebrate the fierce guardians of tradition. Bartolo Mascarello was, by all accounts, the fiercest. His wines were celebrated for their nuance and elegance. Maria Teresa Mascarello, Bartolo’s daughter, has only turned up the quality since the early 2000s. The Bartolo Mascarello winery is worthy of being crowned a landmark of Italian wine. They make one Barolo every year that is a blend of small plots of vineyards. Their dolcetto is considered the greatest. The barbera is the easy drinking wine we wish we saw more.

Bartolo Mascarello, Barolo 2018
$300.00
Bartolo Mascarello, Dolcetto d'Alba 2020
$55.00
Bartolo Mascarello, Barolo Riserva 1958
$1,313.00
Bartolo Mascarello, Barolo 1999
$725.00
Bartolo Mascarello, Barolo 1968 1.9L
$3,250.00
Bartolo Mascarello, Barolo 1991
$578.00
Bartolo Mascarello, Barolo 1986
$700.00
Bartolo Mascarello, Barbera d'Alba 2018
$85.00
Bartolo Mascarello, Nebbiolo Langhe 2017
$130.00
Bartolo Mascarello, Dolcetto d'Alba 2019
$45.00
Bartolo Mascarello, Barolo 2012 Art Label
$325.00
Bartolo Mascarello, Barolo 2014
$250.00
Bartolo Mascarello, Collection Label Barolo 2009
$385.00
Bartolo Mascarello, Barolo Chinato 60s
$350.00
Bartolo Mascarello, Barbera d'Alba 2016
$95.00
Bartolo Mascarello, Barolo 1964 Magnum
$4,500.00
Bartolo Mascarello, Barolo 1967 Magnum
$2,500.00
Bartolo Mascarello, Barolo 1968 Magnum
$1,950.00
Bartolo Mascarello, Barolo 1961 Magnum
$4,500.00
Bartolo Mascarello, Barolo 1971 Magnum
$4,000.00
Bartolo Mascarello, Barolo 1974
$725.00
Bartolo Mascarello, Barolo 1989
$825.00
Bartolo Mascarello, Barolo 1967
$905.00
Bartolo Mascarello, Barolo 1974 Magnum
$2,500.00
Bartolo Mascarello, Barolo 2003
$350.00
Bartolo Mascarello, Barolo 2009
$300.00
Bartolo Mascarello, Barolo 2012
$400.00
Bartolo Mascarello, Barolo 1986
$761.00
Bartolo Mascarello, Barbera d'Alba 2021
$55.00

Serafino Rivella

Serafino Rivella is Barbaresco’s most boutique producer. What do we mean by ‘boutique’? Well, everything at the winery is done by Teobaldo Rivella and his wife, Maria, who only farm one vineyard. That vineyard happens to be Montestefano, the greatest plot in Barbaresco. From the legendary vineyard, they make tiny quantities of only two wines - a Barbaresco and a dolcetto. Opting for methods traditionally found to the south in Barolo, their wines are savory and structured, with the ability to age for a long time in bottle.

Serafino Rivella, 'Montestefano' Barbaresco 2015
$125.00
Serafino Rivella, Barbaresco 'Montestefano' 2018 Double Magnum
$800.00
Serafino Rivella, Barbaresco 'Montestefano' 2018 Magnum
$175.00
Serafino Rivella, Barbaresco 'Montestefano' 2018
$150.00
Serafino Rivella, 'Montestefano' Barbaresco 2016 Magnum
$368.00
Serafino Rivella, 'Montestefano' Barbaresco 2015 Magnum
$350.00
Serafino Rivella, 'Montestefano' Barbaresco 2017 Magnum
$230.00
Serafino Rivella, 'Montestefano' Barbaresco 2004
$375.00
Serafino Rivella, 'Montestefano' Barbaresco 2017
$150.00
Serafino Rivella, 'Montestefano' Barbaresco 2014
$135.00
Serafino Rivella, Langhe Nebbiolo 2019
$75.00
Serafino Rivella, 'Montestefano' Barbaresco 2015
$125.00
Serafino Rivella, 'Montestefano' Barbaresco 1980
$325.00
Serafino Rivella, 'Montestefano' Barbaresco 2016 Magnum
$225.00
Serafino Rivella, 'Montestefano' Barbaresco 2016
$145.00
Serafino Rivella, 'Montestefano' Barbaresco 2013 Magnum
$325.00
Serafino Rivella, 'Montestefano' Barbaresco 2010
$195.00
Serafino Rivella, 'Montestefano' Barbaresco 2014 Magnum
$350.00
Serafino Rivella, Barbaresco 'Montestefano' 2019
$150.00

Vietti

If there were an Italian wine hall of fame, Vietti would be an obvious inductee. In Barolo, they were one of the first producers to do single vineyard bottlings. At the time, Barolo wasn’t considered one of the great wine regions so this seemed like a romantic endeavor. Today, these wines are some of the most collectible and cellar worthy wines in Italy. There are eras of experimentation creating wines of different styles. From the early 60s until the 80s they produced certain wines which are no longer made today. You’ll find obscure wines from grapes such as pelaverga and freisa. In the 80s, there was a heroic run of years with ’82, ’85, ’88, and ’89 being the best. Post 1990, they made wines which were better suited for earlier consumption. Beginning around 2010 and under the direction of the founder’s son, Luca Currado, the wines are some of the most elegant and nuanced wines both the winery and Barolo has produced. Pronounced (Vee-Et-Tee). 

Vietti, Barolo Riserva 2015 Magnum
$325.00
Vietti, Barolo 'Rocche di Castiglione' 2019 Double Magnum
$1,000.00
Vietti, Barolo 'Rocche di Castiglione' 2019 Magnum
$550.00
Vietti, Barolo 'Rocche di Castiglione' 2019
$275.00
Vietti, Barolo 'Cerequio' 2019 Double Magnum
$1,000.00
Vietti, Barolo 'Cerequio' 2019
$250.00
Vietti, Barolo 'Lazzarito' 2019 Double Magnum
$1,000.00
Vietti, Barolo 'Monvigliero' 2019 Magnum
$500.00
Vietti, Barolo 'Monvigliero' 2019
$270.00
Vietti, Barolo 'Ravera' 2019 Double Magnum
$1,000.00
Vietti, Barolo 'Ravera' 2019 Magnum
$450.00
Vietti, Barolo 'Ravera' 2019
$275.00
Vietti, Barbaresco Masseria 'Roncaglie' 2019 Double Magnum
$1,000.00
Vietti, Barbera d'Alba 'Scarrone Vigna Vecchia' 2019
$95.00
Vietti, Barbera d'Asti 'La Crena' 2019
$50.00
Vietti, Langhe Freisa 'Vivace' 2018
$29.00
Vietti, Timorasso ‘Derthona’ 2020
$40.00
Vietti Cru 6-Pack OWC
$2,000.00
Vietti, Barbaresco Masseria 'Roncaglie' 2018 Double Magnum
$1,000.00
Vietti, Barolo 'Rocche di Castiglione' 2018 Magnum
$450.00
Vietti, Barolo 'Rocche di Castiglione' 2018
$200.00
Vietti, Barolo 'Ravera' 2018 Double Magnum
$1,000.00
Vietti, Barolo 'Ravera' 2018 Magnum
$450.00
Vietti, Barolo 'Monvigliero' 2018 Magnum
$450.00
Vietti, Barolo 'Lazzarito' 2018 Double Magnum
$1,000.00
Vietti, Barolo 'Lazzarito' 2018 Magnum
$600.00
Vietti, Barolo 'Cerequio' 2018 Double Magnum
$1,000.00
Vietti, Barolo 'Brunate' 2018 Magnum
$450.00
Vietti, Barolo 'Castiglione' 2018
$60.00

G. Conterno

Every wine region has its Serena Willams, Derek Jeter, or Lebron equivalent. DRC in Burgundy, Chave in the Rhône, Petrus of Pomerol, and without question the wines of Giacomo Conterno in Barolo have equal notoriety. Today the winery is run by the third generation winemaker— Roberto Conterno. He’s continued the tradition of making Italy’s most collectible wine, Monfortino, while also expanding the winery with new Barolo single- vineyards as well as a project outside of the Barolo zone in Gattinara, where he utilizes the same grape, nebbiolo. The style of Conterno is the epitome of balance in wine: they are never oaky nor rustic. They are pale in color, but have a perfume and taste that linger infinitely.

Giacomo Conterno, Barolo 'Francia' 2018
$255.00
Giacomo Conterno, Barbera d'Alba 'Cerretta' 2020
$72.00
Giacomo Conterno, Barolo 'Cascina Francia' 2011
$375.00
Giacomo Conterno, Barolo 'Cascina Francia' 2012
$375.00
Giacomo Conterno, Barolo 'Cascina Francia' 1997
$575.00
Giacomo Conterno, Barbera 'Francia' 2020 Magnum
$225.00
Giacomo Conterno, Barolo 'Cascina Francia' 1985
$850.00
G. Conterno, 'Cascina Francia' Barolo 1993
$473.00
G. Conterno, 'Monfortino' Barolo Riserva 1990
$3,000.00
G. Conterno, Moscato d'Asti Spumante Demi Sec 1960s
$175.00
G. Conterno, 'Arione' Barolo 2016 Magnum
$800.00
G. Conterno, 'Monfortino' Barolo Riserva 2014 Magnum
$1,950.00
G. Conterno, 'Arione' Barolo 2016
$280.00
G. Conterno, 'Monfortino' Barolo Riserva 2014 3-pack OWC
$900.00
G. Conterno, 'Cascina Francia' Barolo 2016
$325.00
G. Conterno, 'Cascina Francia' Barbera d'Alba 2018
$95.00
G. Conterno, 'Monfortino' Barolo Riserva 2006 Magnum
$2,400.00
G. Conterno, 'Ceretta' Barolo 2016 Magnum OWC
$700.00
G. Conterno, 'Monfortino' Barolo Riserva 2010
$1,750.00
G. Conterno, 'Cerretta' Barbera d'Alba 2016
$85.00
G. Conterno, 'Ceretta' Barolo 2016
$280.00
G. Conterno, 'Cascina Francia' Barolo 2001
$450.00
G. Conterno, 'Monfortino' Barolo Riserva 2013
$945.00
G. Conterno, 'Cascina Francia' Barolo 2011
$250.00
G. Conterno, 'Cascina Francia' Barolo 2015
$350.00
G. Conterno, Grignolino Riserva 1961
$125.00
G. Conterno, 'Cascina Francia' Freisa 1979
$150.00
G. Conterno, Nebbiolo 1964
$200.00
G. Conterno, Nebbiolo 1973
$175.00
G. Conterno, Nebbiolo 1967
$195.00
G. Conterno, 'Cascina Francia' Barolo 1985
$750.00
G. Conterno, 'Cascina Francia' Barbera d'Alba 2014 Magnum
$150.00
G. Conterno, 'Cascina Francia' Barbera d'Alba 2008 Magnum
$250.00

Bernard Moreau

Bernard Moreau is like the Ralph Lauren of Burgundy: His wines aren’t the cool new thing, but they’re classic in a way that is increasingly rare and will likely never go out of style. Moreau’s wines skew towards rich, but never lack vibrancy and clarity. His Chevalier-Montrachet is deep and full-bodied, with flavors of pears, vanilla, and crushed rocks. Some bottles of white burgundy are opulent, others are subtle and crisp. Great bottles, like this one, are somehow both.

Bernard Moreau, Chassagne-Montrachet 2018
$125.00
Bernard Moreau, Chassagne-Montrachet 2019
$125.00
Bernard Moreau, Volnay Premier Cru 'Clos des Chênes' 2020
$175.00
Bernard Moreau, Bourgogne Aligoté 2020
$50.00
Bernard Moreau, Chassagne-Montrachet 2020
$116.00
Bernard Moreau, Chassagne-Montrachet Premier Cru 'Les Champgains' 2020
$225.00
Bernard Moreau, Volnay Premier Cru 'Santenots' 2019
$110.00
Bernard Moreau, Volnay Premier Cru 'Clos des Chênes' 2019
$150.00
Bernard Moreau, Chassagne-Montrachet Rouge 'Vieilles Vignes' 2019
$75.00
Bernard Moreau, Chassagne-Montrachet Premier Cru 'Maltroie' 2019
$195.00
Bernard Moreau, Chassagne-Montrachet Premier Cru 'Les Champgains' 2019
$185.00
Bernard Moreau, Chassagne-Montrachet 2019
$125.00
Bernard Moreau, Chassagne-Montrachet 2017 Magnum
$275.00
Bernard Moreau, Bourgogne Blanc 2019
$55.00
Bernard Moreau, 'En Remilly' 1er Cru St. Aubin 2016
$105.00
Bernard Moreau, 'Chevalier-Montrachet' Grand Cru 2018 Magnum
$2,500.00
Bernard Moreau, 'Santenots-du-Milieu' 1er Cru Volnay 2018
$150.00
Bernard Moreau, 'La Cardeuse' 1er Cru Chassagne-Montrachet Rouge 1995
$85.00
Bernard Moreau, 'Les Grandes Ruchottes' 1er Cru Chassagne-Montrachet 2018
$345.00
Bernard Moreau, 'Bâtard-Montrachet' Grand Cru 2018
$750.00
Bernard Moreau, Chassagne-Montrachet 2018
$115.00
Bernard Moreau, 'Maltroie' 1er Cru Chassagne-Montrachet 2018
$175.00
Bernard Moreau, Bourgogne Blanc 2018
$49.00
Bernard Moreau, Bourgogne Aligoté 2018
$28.00
Bernard Moreau, Volnay 1er Cru 2016 Magnum
$280.00

Denis Bachelet

Denis Bachelet makes singular wines in Gevrey-Chambertin, a village in Burgundy famous for its powerful pinot. His wines are both ripe and intensely smokey and savory; Red Burgundy is often one or the other, but to be both is a mark of greatness. Bachelet is most closely associated with the great vineyards of Gevrey-Chambertin, capped off by the stellar Charmes-Chambertin  Grand Cru.  Like most top-Burgundy growers, Bachelet is quietly Biodynamic - he’s not doing it for politics, he just wants to be as close to his vines as possible. His wine, for example, is always bottled during a full moon—we don’t know exactly what that does to the wine, but it seems to work.

Denis Bachelet, 'Les Evocelles' Gevrey-Chambertin 2015
$185.00
Denis Bachelet, 'Charmes-Chambertin' Grand Cru 2005
$1,050.00
Denis Bachelet, Gevrey-Chambertin 'Vieilles Vignes' 2017
$225.00
Denis Bachelet, Gevrey-Chambertin 'Vieilles Vignes' 2016
$225.00
Denis Bachelet, Gevrey-Chambertin 'Vieilles Vignes' 2014
$175.00
Denis Bachelet, Gevrey-Chambertin 'Vieilles Vignes' 2013
$175.00
Denis Bachelet, Côtes de Nuits-Villages 2009
$150.00
Denis Bachelet, Charmes-Chambertin 2018
$850.00
Denis Bachelet, Gevrey-Chambertin 2018
$195.00
Denis Bachelet, Côtes de Nuits-Villages 2018
$99.00
Denis Bachelet, Bourgogne Rouge 2018
$65.00
Denis Bachelet, 'VV' Gevrey-Chambertin 1990
$500.00
Denis Bachelet, 'Charmes-Chambertin VV' Grand Cru 2016
$650.00
Denis Bachelet, 'Les Evocelles VV' Gevrey-Chambertin 2015
$275.00
Denis Bachelet, 'Les Corbeaux VV' 1er Cru Gevrey-Chambertin 2015
$250.00
Denis Bachelet, 'VV' Gevrey-Chambertin 2015
$125.00
Denis Bachelet, 'Charmes-Chambertin' Grand Cru 2011
$400.00
Denis Bachelet, 'Les Corbeaux VV' 1er Cru Gevrey-Chambertin 2016
$169.00
Denis Bachelet, 'Les Evocelles VV' Gevrey-Chambertin 2016
$230.00
Denis Bachelet, 'VV' Gevrey-Chambertin 2016
$108.00
Denis Bachelet, 'VV' Gevrey-Chambertin 2013
$150.00
Denis Bachelet, Côtes de Nuits-Villages 2014
$75.00
Denis Bachelet, 'VV' Gevrey-Chambertin 2014
$135.00
Denis Bachelet, Bourgogne Rouge 2015
$75.00
Denis Bachelet, Côtes de Nuits-Villages 2016
$131.00
Denis Bachelet, 'Charmes-Chambertin VV' Grand Cru 2011
$375.00
Denis Bachelet, 'Les Evocelles' Gevrey-Chambertin 2011
$135.00
Denis Bachelet, 'Charmes-Chambertin' Grand Cru 2004
$725.00
Denis Bachelet, 'VV' Gevrey-Chambertin 2011
$80.00

Gravner

Josko Gravner farms small plots of vines, which extend from his homebase in Friuli across the Italian border into Slovenia. Back in the ‘80s, Gravner led a group of farmers to experiment with extended macerations (aka skin contact) that lasted months, resulting in deeply colored, powerfully textured whites, that have since become known as ‘orange wine’. Despite the style’s explosion in popularity, Gravner’s orange wines remain the greatest on the planet. His whites and reds are just as collectible, albeit at least as difficult to find.

Gravner, Ribolla Gialla 2014
$94.00
Gravner, Rosso 1997
$200.00
Gravner, Ribolla Venezia Giulia 2000
$175.00
Gravner, Ribolla Venezia Giulia 1998
$175.00
Gravner, Rosso 2004
$205.00
Gravner, Rosso 2000
$205.00
Gravner, Rosso 1998
$145.00
Gravner, Ribolla Gialla Venezia Giulia IGT 1995
$250.00
Gravner, Bianco Breg Venezia Giulia IGT 1989
$300.00
Gravner, Pinot Grigio Venezia Giulia IGT 1989
$315.00
Gravner, Sauvignon Venezia Giulia IGT 1992
$250.00
Gravner, Bianco Breg Venezia Giulia IGT 1992
$225.00