Tagged with 'Pinot Noir'

2016 Domaine Dujac

Dujac People

Although a relative baby on the Burgundian wine scene, Domaine Dujac has been producing exceptional wines since its inception in 1967. From their four hectares in Morey-Saint-Denis, they bought premier cru holdings in famed vineyards such as Vosne-Romanée, Puligny-Montrachet and Gevrey-Chambertin, to now own about fifteen hectares of vine, farmed organically since 2001. Still family-owned, their rigorous viticultural practices and the stellar cellar work ensure the quality of both the harvest and the resulting wines.

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2018 Timo Mayer

bloody hill

The beguiling and intriguing wines of Timo Mayer have always had a special place in our hearts here at The Wine Emporium and his 2018 vintage is no different. Purity and elegance await you, with a profound respect for each individual varietal characteristics. The Pinots are absolutely terrific, but what really caught our eye were both the Syrah and the Cabernet - they're in such a beautiful place at the moment with balance and incredible drinkability. We went as long as we could, but the wines are in limited availability and are bound to go quickly, so first come, first served. All the details below. Enjoy!

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Two Tonne Tasmania

Tamar Vineyard

Two Tonne Tasmania winemaker Ricky Evans is passionate about his corner of the world and its terroir, and that translates readily into the wines he crafts. Relatively new on the wine scene, Ricky keeps appearing in the top 10 Young Gun of Wine and is arguably one of the most talented young winemaker in the country. Sourcing carefully selected fruit from the Tamar Valley and Eastern Tasmania, he crafts vibrant wines of purity and finesse that won't break the bank.

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