Vivid coloration ranging from deep ruby to black-cherry. Their aromas suggest strawberry, blackcurrant, and gooseberry as well as fruit pits, liquorice, and spices. On the palate, power, opulence and elegance unite to make a full and complex body, full of sap and voluptuosness textured.
Light ruby red in the glass this shows clean varietal aromas of strawberries, raspberries and a hint of hay. In the mouth it is medium-bodied, with balanced, fresh acidity and light tannins. Basic Burgundy at its best.
Brilliant colour with deep purple nuances. Fine, elegant nose with floral notes of iris, violet and peony. Soft and round on the palate with lovely length revealing floral and dark berry flavours of blueberry and blackcurrant.
A typical Santenay red wine is more deeply colored than the wines from further north, but still retains the dark cherry color so characteristic of red Burgundy. The aromas are of licorice, red berries and violets, and the most perfumed examples also show notes of rose petals.
We took into stock some of Debray’s 2008 offerings some years ago, have kept them perfectly and they are now in great shape for drinking. The village/commune of Aloxe-Corton sits towards the northern end of the famed Côte de Beaune and is the only commune on the Côte to boast Grand Cru domaines for red wine. The Valozières domaine, sits tucked against the Grand Cru parcelles and offers this excellent Premier Cru red. Whilst not the deepest Aloxe-Corton ever, red fruits and flavours of ageing merge beautifully here.
We took into stock some of Debray’s 2008 offerings some years ago, have kept them perfectly and they are now in great shape for drinking. Gevrey-Chambertin requires little introduction to most as one of the Côte de Nuits' most revered appellations. As with most Côte de Nuits reds, it offers a darker and slightly more complex wine (even as red Burgundies go) featuring the earthy gamey-ness notes that typifies the reds of these stellar communes.
We took into stock a number of of Debray’s 2008 offerings some years ago, have kept them perfectly and they are now in great shape for drinking. Volnay, from the middle of the Cote de Beaune, has always offered the the lighter and fruitier side of red Burgundy (red fruits: redcurrants, cherry, raspberry, strawberry) and this one does that in spades, with the flavours of ageing now nicely laid down among these.
A brilliant dark ruby colour. The expressive and complex nose has aromas of red fruits with woody notes. We find these same aromas on the palate which are well enveloped by delicately blended tannins.
This Gevrey Chambertin is perfectly balanced and reflects all the elegance of Pinot Noir beautifully.
A deep dark ruby red with beautiful deep purple streaks. The expressive nose seduces us with its stoned fruits, spices and smoky notes. On the palate, this wine is silky, round and full, with well blended tannins. A sophisticated Nuits-Saint-Georges