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Grand Crus from Groffier, Rousseau, Roumier and More

The Côte de Nuits is known for producing some of the world’s finest wines from Pinot Noir. With 32 Grand Cru sites, the region includes top producers like Armand Rousseau, Bouchard Père et Fils, and Jean Grivot featured alongside great selection from Roumier, Perrot-Minot, and Ponsot. Perfect for a glass on a cold winter day, these Grand Cru vineyards make a terrific addition to any cellar.

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Chambolle-Musigny: This small town has a historic and widespread reputation for its high-quality wines. The Grand Cru vineyards, Le Musigny and Bonne-Mares, create wines rich and elegant with great finesse and power.
2014 Bonnes-Mares, Maison Lucien Le Moine (96 AG) $445
2016 Bonnes-Mares, Bouchard Père et Fils (93-96 AG) $405
2016 Bonnes-Mares, Robert Groffier Père et Fils (92-94 AG) $475
2016 Bonnes-Mares, Georges Roumier (95-97 WA) $2,599
2016 Musigny, Jacques Prieur (92-94 AG) $975
2017 Bonnes-Mares, Jean-Marie Fourrier $499

Gevrey-Chambertin: Wines from this village are some of the most complex and rich wines of the Côte d’Or and is home to nine Grand Cru vineyards. The style of these wines tends to be full-bodied, structured, and deeper in color.
2012 Chambertin, Clos de Bèze, Joseph Drouhin (94 WA) $449
2014 Chambertin, Armand Rousseau (97 AM) $1,869
2014 Charmes-Chambertin, Hubert Lignier (92 AG) $249
2014 Griotte-Chambertin, Joseph Roty (93 AM) $459
2014 Latricières-Chambertin, François Feuillet (91-94 AG) $235
2014 Mazy-Chambertin, Armand Rousseau (92-94 WA) $439
2015 Chapelle-Chambertin, Cécile Tremblay (95+ WA) $1,039
2015 Charmes-Chambertin, Vieilles-Vignes, Denis Bachelet (96 WA) $689
2016 Chambertin, Armand Rousseau (96-99 AM) $5,395
2016 Chambertin, Clos de Bèze, Joseph Drouhin (97 JS) $635
2016 Chambertin, Clos de Bèze, Vieilles Vignes, Perrot-Minot (94-97 AG) $875
2016 Chambertin, Vieilles Vignes, Jean-Marie Fourrier (93-96 AG) $509
2016 Charmes-Chambertin, Perrot-Minot (94-96 WA) $459
2016 Ruchottes-Chambertin, Clos des Ruchottes, Armand Rousseau (96-98 WA) $1,195
2017 Chambertin, Vieilles Vignes, Jean-Marie Fourrier $539
2017 Latricières-Chambertin, Vieilles Vignes, Jean-Marie Fourrier $255

Morey-St-Denis: An important village in the Côte de Nuits, Morey-St-Denis contains four grand crus which includes one monopole, Clos de Tart. The wines have great depth, body, and ageing ability.
2006 Clos de Tart, Mommessin (93+ AG) $895/mag
2014 Clos de la Roche, Vieilles Vignes, Domaine Ponsot (95-97 WA) $1,099/mag
2015 Clos Saint-Denis, Charles Van Canneyt (89-92 AG) $240
2015 Clos de la Roche, Hubert Lignier (96 AG) $575
2015 Clos de la Roche, Vieilles Vignes, Domaine Ponsot (96 WA) $750
2015 Clos des Lambrays, Domaine des Lambrays (95 WA) $269
2016 Clos Saint-Denis, Louis Jadot (93-95 WA) $385
2016 Clos de Tart, Domaine du Clos de Tart (97-99 WA) $585
2016 Clos de la Roche, Domaine Dujac (93-96 AG) $575
2017 Clos de la Roche, Domaine Coquard Loison-Fleurot $185

Flagey-Echézeaux: Originally named Flagey, this village adopted the suffix Echézeaux to honor its prized Grand Cru vineyard in the late 19th century. Echézeaux covers nearly 40 hectares of land, with wines from the vineyard being full-bodied on the Burgundy spectrum. Grands-Echézeaux, while smaller in size, is considered to be a better-quality site than Echézeaux with wines being richer and more structured than those from Echézeaux.
2014 Echézeaux, Emmanuel Rouget (93-95 WA) $625
2014 Grands-Echézeaux, Joseph Drouhin (90+ AG) $509
2015 Echézeaux, Domaine Mugneret-Gibourg (95 AM) $855
2016 Echézeaux, Jean Grivot (92-95 AM) $425
2016 Grands-Echézeaux, Mongeard-Mugneret (90-93 AM) $199
2017 Echézeaux, Domaine Coquard Loison-Fleurot $199
2017 Echézeaux, Vieilles Vignes, Jean-Marie Fourrier $205
2017 Grands-Echézeaux, Jean-Marc Millot $399

Vosne-Romanée: This commune produces perhaps the finest red wines from Pinot Noir anywhere in the world. The wines have the perfect balance of structure, elegance, finesse, and longevity.
2016 La Grande Rue, François Lamarche (91-94 AM) $539
2017 La Grande Rue, François Lamarche $549
2017 La Grande Rue, Cuvée 59, François Lamarche $1,149

Vougeot: Containing the largest grand cru sites of the Côte de Nuits, wines from Vougeot can evolve into complete wines with rich and deep flavors. The Grand Cru site is famously fragmented, divided into 100 parcels owned by over 80 producers.
2014 Clos Vougeot, Vieilles Vignes, Domaine Ponsot (92-95 AM) $465
2015 Clos Vougeot, Denis Mortet (94 AM) $369
2015 Clos Vougeot, Maison Olivier Bernstein (92-95 AG) $369
2015 Clos Vougeot, Le Grand Maupertui, Anne Gros (93-95 WA) $269
2016 Clos Vougeot, Jean Grivot (91-94 AM) $315
2016 Clos Vougeot, Joseph Drouhin (96 JS) $345
2017 Clos Vougeot, Hudelot-Noëllat $195
2017 Clos Vougeot, François Lamarche $145