Here are two of the latest reviews from the Wine Spectator Insider release. These wines are currently available in Connecticut but in very limited quantities. Burgundy has faced a string of tough yielding vintage. Quality has been wonderful, but there just is not enough wine to satisfy market demand. My suggestion remains that if you enjoy good Burgundy, buy what you can when you can. The market demand will not allow these to sit on the shelves of retailers. Happy Burgundy hunting.
In Good Taste,
Peter

Henri Gouges Nuits St. Georges Clos des Porrets St.Georges 2012
93 points
Cherry and strawberry flavors override the slight reduction, led
by the vibrant structure to a long, mouthwatering conclusion.
Balanced, pure and focused, if compact, with a tight finish. This
improves with air, so decant now or be patient. Best from 2018
through 2032.—B.S
$85 the bottle
3 cases available

Domine Faiveley Beaune Clos de l’Ecu 2012
92 points
Exhibits fine purity to the cherry, strawberry, floral and mineral notes. Aligned to a tensile frame, the flavors are stretched taut, remaining persistent through the long aftertaste. Clean and focused. Best from 2018 through 2029. – B.S.
$65 the bottle
3 six packs available
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To place an order, email me at ptroilo@nicholasrobertsltd.com or
call the store at (203) 655 - 9045.