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  1. CHATEAU DE BREZE 2016 SAUMUR BLANC BOURGENNE

    Item #: i_352055
    Bottle Size: 750ml
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  2. CLAU DE NELL 2016 GROLLEAU ***BIODYNAMIC***

    Item #: i_345226
    Bottle Size: 750ML
    Vinous Media: 92 Points
    Decanter: 92 Points
    DECANTER 92 POINTS - "The late Anne-Claude Leflaive bought this struggling biodynamic domaine in 2008. From 2ha of old vines, Grolleau – normally used in bland rosés – is taken to another level: bright acidity lifts crunchy pomegranate fruit, with spice and texture from 18 months in old Leflaive barrels."
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  3. CLAU DE NELL 2016 VIOLETTE ***BIODYNAMIC***

    Item #: i_300049
    Bottle Size: 750ML
    Wine Spectator: 91
    WINE SPECTATOR 91 POINTS - "This shows cassis, cedar and black pepper notes, fueled by vibrant acidity and imparting lovely freshness. A very elegant red, with lots of character, this is well-crafted and harmonious. The finish shows a bit of a grip. Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc. Best from 2020 through 2026. 500 cases made, 75 cases imported."
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  4. DOMAINE HUET 2016 VOUVRAY LE MONT SEC

    Item #: i_350578
    Bottle Size: 750ml
    Wine Spectator: 94
    WINE SPECTATOR 94 POINTS - "Green plum and verbena notes lead the way for now, with a flash of quinine on the finish. This is juicy, but still a bit compact overall, with the core of ample pear, quince and ginger flavors in reserve. Just wait for everything to knit together and stretch out, as the purity and length are there. Best from 2018 through 2028."
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  5. VINCENT PINARD 2016 SANCERRE ROUGE CHARLOUISE

    Item #: i_352623
    Bottle Size: 750ml
    The Pinards have been passing down winemaking techniques for generations, with the goal of always creating the most precise, pure, and fine wines possible. While many wineries are reverting to these natural winemaking practices, the Pinards have been implementing these methods for hundreds of years on their 17 hectares. They do everything as naturally as possible; intervene as little as feasible, limit yields, harvest by hand, and do not use herbicides, insecticides or anti-rot treatments. They believe that if the fruit is healthy, there is no need to use artificial products during the vinification process. With every vintage, the Pinards want to continue to improve the quality of their wines.
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