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The Vinogourmets cellar welcomes you from Tuesday to Sunday to present a wide range of 45 red Burgundy wines. 
Sommelier in catering, notably with Bernard Loiseau in Saulieu, then manager of a cellar in Paris for 12 years, specializing in grands crus and rare vintages. He pays great attention to the selection of red Burgundy wines in order to present you with the best quality / price ratio.

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Domaine René BOUVIER, Domaine Arnaud CHOPIN, Domaine PRUNIER BONHEUR, Domaine CHEVROT, Frédéric LEPRINCE, Domaine GOUFFIER, Domaine DE LA VOUGERAIE, Domaine Bernard DUGAT-PY, Domaine des COMTES LAFON, Domaine FAIVELEY, Domaine DU CELLIER AUX MOINES, Domaine ARNOUX LACHAUX, Domaine ROSSIGNOL TRAPET, Domaine DES PERDRIX, Domaine David MOREAU, Domaine Nicolas ROSSIGNOL, Domaine BOUCHARD & Fils, DOMAINE DE LA ROMANEE CONTI.

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Beaujolais-Villages Perdrix Rouge Alexis de Benoist 2010 75cl

Beaujolais-Villages Perdrix Rouge Alexis de Benoist 2010 75cl

Varietal: Gamay Noir

Originally from Champagne, Alexis de Benoist settled in 2010 as an artisan winemaker in the family property to reinstate the culture of the vine, interrupted for a century, and reconnect with its history. Since then, the family has regained its title of winemaker.

Today, he cultivates 9,5 hectares of vines spread over two wine regions: the Mâconnais and the Beaujolais.

The intention is to harmonize the grape variety and its terroir to obtain wines with character. Anxious to preserve the environment and the quality of his wines, Alexis de Benoist has chosen to focus his efforts on the vine, favoring traditional agriculture and farming methods linked to observation.

In this 30 to 80 year old vineyard, the harvest is done by hand. The grapes are thus harvested healthy, at maturity and remain intact on arrival at the vat room for vinification in whole bunches.

The choice of traditional vinification and aging aims to preserve the freshness of the fruit, while retaining structure, in order to produce an expressive, balanced and delicate wine for laying down.

Yield / 45 hl/ha
Harvest / Sorting the harvest in the vineyard with the pickers
Vinification / Between 5 and 10 days of maceration in vats, followed by fermentation between 24 and 28°C
Aging period / 6 months in vats

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Beaune 1er cru Cras Joseph Drouhin 2020 75cl

Beaune 1er cru Cras Joseph Drouhin 2020 75cl

Production region of the appellation: Beaune.

Location: The Beaune Premier Cru Cras extends to the northwest of Beaune, on the heights of the hill, with an east/southeast exposure.

History & traditions: The name “Cras” derives from the medieval word “crai”, referring to stony and limestone soil. The remains of the old quarries, now filled in, still bear witness to this history. The Beaune vineyard was noticed from the Gallic era, then developed by the Romans, who created certain "climates" delimited by walls and paths, which are still visible today.

Soil type: Clay-limestone.

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Beaune 1er cru Clos des Mouches Joseph Drouhin 2021 Magnum

Beaune 1er cru Clos des Mouches Joseph Drouhin 2021 Magnum

Winegrower in Beaune

At the southern end of the Beaune appellation area, next to Pommard. A mid-slope plot, gently sloping, facing east / southeast. 14 hectares, the largest plot of this vintage, divided equally between red and white.
The name comes from the fact that this sunny enclosure was home to beehives, and bees were formerly called "honey flies". This is one of the first acquired by Maurice Drouhin (the son of the founder) during the 1920 years. With great determination, he managed to buy 41 different parcels at 8 different owners. The Clos des Mouches is planted in red and white, in equal parts, it gives one of the mythical wines of the House.
A clay and limestone ground. In the upper part: stony ground. In the heart of the closed: rock marno-limestone. This light soil allows an evolution of the wines towards a great finesse.
Estate Area: 6,82 ha.
Average age of the vines: 45 years.

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Beaune 1er cru Clos des Mouches Joseph Drouhin 2021 75cl

Beaune 1er cru Clos des Mouches Joseph Drouhin 2021 75cl

Winegrower in Beaune

At the southern end of the Beaune appellation area, next to Pommard. A mid-slope plot, gently sloping, facing east / southeast. 14 hectares, the largest plot of this vintage, divided equally between red and white.
The name comes from the fact that this sunny enclosure was home to beehives, and bees were formerly called "honey flies". This is one of the first acquired by Maurice Drouhin (the son of the founder) during the 1920 years. With great determination, he managed to buy 41 different parcels at 8 different owners. The Clos des Mouches is planted in red and white, in equal parts, it gives one of the mythical wines of the House.
A clay and limestone ground. In the upper part: stony ground. In the heart of the closed: rock marno-limestone. This light soil allows an evolution of the wines towards a great finesse.
Estate Area: 6,82 ha.
Average age of the vines: 45 years.

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Burgundy Côtes d'Auxerre Red Domaine Garnier & fils 2022 Magnum
Burgundy Côtes d'Auxerre Red Domaine Garnier & fils 2022 Magnum

Two brothers united by the same passion for wine, that is the very essence of this company. They take the liberty of going beyond the conventions of the appellation while preserving the unique identity of each of their terroirs. The brotherhood that binds the eight people working in this area reflects their commitment to sharing over a glass of Chablis, whether big or small...

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Beaune 1er Cru Les Teeuros 2015 Domaine Rossignol Trapet 75cl
Beaune 1er Cru Les Teeuros 2015 Domaine Rossignol Trapet 75cl

Resulting from the division of Domaine Trapet in 1990, Domaine Rossignol-Trapet is the heir of two illustrious winegrower families. The Rossignol family, originally from Volnay, and the Trapet family from Chambolle, have a long history as winegrowers. Most of Domaine Rossignol-Trapet is located in Gevrey-Chambertin, in Côte-d'Or. It is the sons, Nicolas and David Rossignol, who manage the estate. 

The Rossignol-Trapet estate has been certified in organic agriculture by Ecocert and in biodynamic agriculture by Demeter since 2008.

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Beaune 1er Cru Les Teeuros 2020 Domaine Rossignol Trapet 75cl

Resulting from the division of Domaine Trapet in 1990, Domaine Rossignol-Trapet is the heir of two illustrious winegrower families. The Rossignol, originally from Volnay, and the Trapet from Chambolle, have a long history as winegrowers. Most of Domaine Rossignol-Trapet is located in Gevrey-Chambertin, in Côte-d'Or. It is the sons, Nicolas and David Rossignol, who manage the estate. 
The Rossignol-Trapet estate has been certified in organic agriculture by Ecocert and in biodynamic agriculture by Demeter since 2008.

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Gevrey Chambertin 1er Cru Clos Prieur 2012 Domaine Rossignol Trapet 75cl
Gevrey Chambertin 1er Cru Clos Prieur 2012 Domaine Rossignol Trapet 75cl

Resulting from the division of Domaine Trapet in 1990, Domaine Rossignol-Trapet is the heir of two illustrious winegrower families. The Rossignol family, originally from Volnay, and the Trapet family from Chambolle, have a long history as winegrowers. Most of Domaine Rossignol-Trapet is located in Gevrey-Chambertin, in Côte-d'Or. It is the sons, Nicolas and David Rossignol, who manage the estate. 
The Rossignol-Trapet estate has been certified in organic agriculture by Ecocert and in biodynamic agriculture by Demeter since 2008.

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Gevrey Chambertin 1er Cru Petite Chapelle 2012 Domaine Rossignol Trapet 75cl
Gevrey Chambertin 1er Cru Petite Chapelle 2012 Domaine Rossignol Trapet 75cl

Resulting from the division of Domaine Trapet in 1990, Domaine Rossignol-Trapet is the heir of two illustrious winegrower families. The Rossignol family, originally from Volnay, and the Trapet family from Chambolle, have a long history as winegrowers. Most of Domaine Rossignol-Trapet is located in Gevrey-Chambertin, in Côte-d'Or. It is the sons, Nicolas and David Rossignol, who manage the estate. 
The Rossignol-Trapet estate has been certified in organic agriculture by Ecocert and in biodynamic agriculture by Demeter since 2008.

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Gevrey Chambertin 1er Cru Petite Chapelle 2020 Domaine Rossignol Trapet 75cl
Gevrey Chambertin 1er Cru Petite Chapelle 2020 Domaine Rossignol Trapet 75cl

Resulting from the division of Domaine Trapet in 1990, Domaine Rossignol-Trapet is the heir of two illustrious winegrower families. The Rossignol, originally from Volnay, and the Trapet from Chambolle, have a long history as winegrowers. Most of Domaine Rossignol-Trapet is located in Gevrey-Chambertin, in Côte-d'Or. It is the sons, Nicolas and David Rossignol, who manage the estate. 
The Rossignol-Trapet estate has been certified in organic agriculture by Ecocert and in biodynamic agriculture by Demeter since 2008.

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Gevrey Chambertin Vieilles Vignes 2015 Domaine Rossignol Trapet 75cl
Gevrey Chambertin Vieilles Vignes 2015 Domaine Rossignol Trapet 75cl

Varietal: Pinot Noir.
Family owned: 4 ha
Cultivation method: vines grown biodynamically certified DEMETER by ECOCERT.

Gevrey-Chambertin is the largest red wine village in the Côte d'Or with its 550 ha of vines in total.
The word Gevrey comes from “Gibriacus” which means goat guardian because of its dry and arid lands where classic crops could not grow.
Only goat breeding allowed the inhabitants to live. These lands were the favorite place for vines in the first century AD.
The word Chambertin, the most famous soil of the village, was attached to Gevrey in 1847. Gevrey-Chambertin was the first village that used this feature.

The parcels grouped in the Vieilles Vignes cuvée of Gevrey-Chambertin come from three different situations:

– The vines furthest north of the village at places called “En Combe” and “Clos de Combe” are quite deep and clayey plots, on a regular slope, which produce sappy, dense and robust wines.

– The plots further east and closer to the estate, at places called Les Crais, Justice, Grandes Raies, are made up of colluvium from the Combe de Lavaux which overlooks Gevrey-Chambertin. These soils, very gently sloping, gravelly and very filtering, produce wines of finesse and elegance.

– The vines located to the south of Gevrey-Chambertin (at places called “Clos de l'Arche”, “Fourneaux”, “Croix des Champs”) are on fairly loamy soil and on limestone bedrock. They produce wines with great complexity and great aromatic power.

The blending and bottling of the wines come from these different terroirs, with vines whose average age is around 50 years, resulting in a single vintage of Gevrey-Chambertin at the Domaine.

Each plot brings its qualities to the entire vintage.

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Gevrey Chambertin Vieilles Vignes 2012 Domaine Rossignol Trapet 75cl
Gevrey Chambertin Vieilles Vignes 2012 Domaine Rossignol Trapet 75cl

Varietal: Pinot Noir.
Family owned: 4 ha
Cultivation method: vines grown biodynamically certified DEMETER by ECOCERT.

Gevrey-Chambertin is the largest red wine village in the Côte d'Or with its 550 ha of vines in total.
The word Gevrey comes from “Gibriacus” which means goat guardian because of its dry and arid lands where classic crops could not grow.
Only goat breeding allowed the inhabitants to live. These lands were the favorite place for vines in the first century AD.
The word Chambertin, the most famous soil of the village, was attached to Gevrey in 1847. Gevrey-Chambertin was the first village that used this feature.

The parcels grouped in the Vieilles Vignes cuvée of Gevrey-Chambertin come from three different situations:

– The vines furthest north of the village at places called “En Combe” and “Clos de Combe” are quite deep and clayey plots, on a regular slope, which produce sappy, dense and robust wines.

– The plots further east and closer to the estate, at places called Les Crais, Justice, Grandes Raies, are made up of colluvium from the Combe de Lavaux which overlooks Gevrey-Chambertin. These soils, very gently sloping, gravelly and very filtering, produce wines of finesse and elegance.

– The vines located to the south of Gevrey-Chambertin (at places called “Clos de l'Arche”, “Fourneaux”, “Croix des Champs”) are on fairly loamy soil and on limestone bedrock. They produce wines with great complexity and great aromatic power.

The blending and bottling of the wines come from these different terroirs, with vines whose average age is around 50 years, resulting in a single vintage of Gevrey-Chambertin at the Domaine.

Each plot brings its qualities to the entire vintage.

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