There are few producers in all of Burgundy that I respect as much as Chevillon. And out of his strong line-up, Cailles is one of my favorites.
Pierre and Jean Gonon have a mastery of St. Joseph that is unparalleled. They have been making some of the most soulful and compelling wines in the Northern Rhône. This white offering has been a long time coming. We've been trying for years to land enough of this wine.
The Pouillon family has been growing grapes in the region for over a century, and making wine since 1947. But it wasn’t until Fabrice Pouillon took over the reigns that serious Champagne drinkers began taking notice.
Over the past six months, we've tasted a handful of Leflaive's '96s. They've been stunning. Without a doubt, one of the best bottles we tasted was the Pucelles.
Musar's particular calling card is how it combines its wildness with an undeniably aristocratic air. This combination of an earthy and gamey profile with a sense of nobility makes Musar profoundly compelling.
There very well may be no other $30 bottle of white wine that delivers as much refinement and sophistication as Keller's.
The perennial theme with Fourrier is pristine expression, precise finesse and an ultra-seductive mineral-laden texture.
López's whites are challenging, but they are some of the most haunting, soulful and singular wines that you'll ever taste.
Ever since Pierre Duroché took over the reigns at his father’s estate in 2005, quality has skyrocketed. The wines are some of the most exciting red Burgundies we've tasted from a relative newcomer in some time.
Dancer's Perrières is shocking in how a saturating presence co-exists with a deeply etched mineral finesse. Burghound nails it when he highlights the "excellent richness and cuts-like-a-knife delineation."