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Why do we love this case?

Can you comfortably enjoy Burgundy without refinancing your home? Most would say no. We prefer a resounding YES! Four pinots and two gamays (yes, Beaujolais is part of Burgundy) that’ll allow you to have your cake and eat it too without sacrificing your retirement plans. Feeling fancy? Yes. Feeling guilty about it? No.

Each case contains ONE bottle of the following:

Red
Pinot Noir
Burgundy

Maison Chanzy Clos Voyens Mercurey 1er Cru 2018
Allspice
Black Cherry
Minerally
Medium-bodied
Bright
Concentrated
IWC 2020
Single Vineyard
French Import

This Premier Cru Mercurey from Clos Voyens is an absolute stunner with years and years ahead of it. The warmer 2018 vintage has resulted in a wine full of dense fruit - from strawberries and cranberries to blood plums and blueberries. There is also a whisper of coffee grinds and pink peppercorns too. The palate is full (for an Old World pinot) but with fine grained tannins and an effortless elegance.

You'd pay $110.00 full price

Red
Pinot Noir
Burgundy

Maison Chanzy Clos Michaud Monopole Bourgogne 2019
Allspice
Blackberry
Black Cherry
Medium-bodied
Bright
Concentrated

Located in an old house that belonged to Vincent Leflaive, the Maison Chanzy in Puligny-Montrachet is a modern producer, crafting pristine wines across some of the best plots in Burgundy. Made of 100% pinot noir, this vino is intensely earthy with red berry fruits and an almost silky texture. Monopole means ‘one wine, one vineyard, one producer’, so this wine speaks of a special piece of land. It’s a young wine that saw less than 6 months ageing in oak - so we’d suggest enjoying it over the next five or so years to get the most of the ripe cherries, piquant red currants and crunchy herbs.

You'd pay $70.00 full price

Red
Gamay
Beaujolais

Domaine Anita Moulin-à-Vent Reine de Nuit 2019
Allspice
Minerally
Blueberry
Medium-bodied
Bright
Concentrated
James Suckling
Single Vineyard

‘Reine de Nuit’ translates to Queen of the Night, referencing the practice of harvesting the grapes for this wine in the cool of the evening. The 40 year old vines offer up fruit that displays freshness on the nose in the form of redcurrants and raspberry, leading to a smooth and generous palate. Domaine Anita is one of the newer superstars of Beaujolais and earned the loyal support of wine critic James Suckling. Check out his review of Reine de Nuit below.

You'd pay $65.00 full price

Red
Pinot Noir
Burgundy

Maison Chanzy Les Fortunés Bourgogne Pinot Noir 2019
Allspice
Blackberry
Cloves
Medium-bodied
Bright
Concentrated
French Import

Located in an old house that belonged to Vincent Leflaive, the Maison Chanzy in Puligny-Montrachet is a modern producer, crafting pristine wines across some of the best plots in Burgundy. This Bourgogne level 2019 is just a baby, after spending ten months in 450L cask and time in tank to integrate. A light-medium body, brimming with strawberry, cherries and fresh cut herbs, this is a really lovely wine, with particularly elegant tannins.

You'd pay $50.00 full price

Red
Gamay
Burgundy

Maison Du Grand Pré Coteaux Bourguignon 2020
Allspice
Cherry
Strawberry
Light-bodied
Bright
Delicate
Luca Maroni
Staff Picks

There are many who believe that you need to spend big to find quality in Burgundy. And then there are wines like this that give the two-finger salute to the rules and the pecking order. This beauty is definitely punching above its weight, with bright berry fruit and cherry slice aromas lying on a bed of carob. It’s bright and bouncy. Playful and fresh. Nervy and delicious. And it’s so versatile with dinner. Enjoy with a provincial inspired roast chicken with lemon, rosemary, garlic and black pepper. Step it up with a roll of roast pork. Or with your favourite Thai noodles. You can’t go wrong!

You'd pay $35.00 full price

Red
Gamay
Burgundy

Domaine De La Madone Beaujolais Villages 2019
Allspice
Strawberry
Plum
Medium-bodied
Bright
Deep
Robert Parker
Mofo Fave

Few wines are as unabashedly, beautifully, boisterously fun as the Beaujolais. This is absolutely no exception. But don’t be fooled by the ‘Villages’ designation. While wines from this tier of the region can be fantastic, this one tends toward exceptional. The vineyards are hilly, and of higher altitude than even the Brouilly cru. That height gives cooler nights, greater complexity, driving acidity and plenty of daytime sunshine to boot. Look for classic gamay notes: jubilant berries, potting soil, slatey minerality and lighter, quaffable body. This is beyond perfect with roast turkey, though chicken will do just fine, too. Otherwise, it is THE red picnic wine - think terrine, cold cuts, cheeses and sunshine.

You'd pay $30.00 full price