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  1. JACQUART 2013 BLANC DES BLANCS GRAND CRU BRUT

    Item #: i_321804
    Bottle Size: 750ml
    A blend of 100% Chardonnay from the long, cool 2013 growing season. This cuvee includes 4 Grands and Premiers crus in the Côte des Blancs and the Montagne de Reims and 2 Grands and Premiers crus in the Marne Valley. This luxuriant bubbly was given: 5 years' cellar maturation and finished with a lowish dosage of 6 g/l. WINE ENTHUSIAST 91 POINTS-"A blend of Grand Cru fruit, this well-structured wine is rich while also tense, mineral and with further aging potential. Citrus acidity is allied to crisp apples to produce the fruity side of this well-balanced wine. It will be better from 2020."
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    was $59.99 Special Price $54.95
  2. JOSE DHONDT 2013 BLANC DE BLANCS VIEILLES VIGNES

    Item #: i_374647
    Bottle Size: 750ml
    Wine Advocate: 92
    Wine Spectator: 92
    WINE ADVOCATE 92 POINTS - " The NV Brut Blanc de Blancs flows with the essence of lemon, white flowers, almonds and pears. It is a bright, focused wine backed up with considerable plushness and generosity in its fruit. The Blanc de Blancs should drink beautifully for a number of years."
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    was $69.95 Special Price $62.98
  3. PATRICK PIUZE 2013 CHABLIS BOUGROS COTE DE BOUQUEYRAUX GRAND CRU

    Item #: i_333973
    Bottle Size: 750ML
    Wine Advocate: 91-93
    WINE ADVOCATE 91-93 POINTS - "The 2013 Chablis Grand Cru Cote de Bouqueyreaux (not the easiest word to pronounce) comes from Bougros (which is far easier to pronounce, but that's Patrick's recalcitrance for you!) It possesses a very fresh lime flower, mineral and citrus peel nose that is effervescent compared to other 2013s from Piuze. The palate is clean and fresh with good acidity, very harmonious with touches of apricot and tangerine, cohesive with very good tension on the saline finish. What a superb Chablis - one worth the effort in trying to pronounce."
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