The wines almost immediately gained a cult following in France and we’ve been watching them for some time. They are exhilarating wines and it’s difficult not to take note of them. Even for fans, in 2013 the wines hit a level that seemed unimaginable. There’sa shocking purity...
Fourrier's 2013s are monuments to his style. Across the board, they are precise and pristine. There's an ultra-finessed clarity that perfectly sums up Fourrier at its best.
Pascal Cotat's Rosé is something that we're always searching for. Many of you reading this will immediately understand why this is. It's one of the best and most ageworthy rosés on the planet.
Musar's wines are earthy and gamey, while maintaining an undeniable aristocratic air. As wild as Musar can get, the wines possess a harmony and nobility that's absolutely gorgeous. They age beautifully - a 1988 that we drank a few years ago is still a Crush legend.
Anselme Selosse's lieux-dits are profound and legendary. They're also rare. The lieux-dit 6-packs are insanely hard to come by. For Selosse lovers, they have irrestible allure. It's the only way to land the extraordinary Avize Les Chantereines and Cramant Chemin de Châlons, two...
In any vintage, Ponsot's Clos de la Roche is one of the great wines of the world. When Ponsot nails a vintage like he did in 2013, it's simply other-worldly. This is a wine of majesty, overwhelming in its wild animalistic power, while still shockingly refined.
There's not much to be said about Dauvissat. With Raveneau, he's one of the masters of Chablis.