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The Le Grappin 2011 Savigny-les-Beaune Rouge and Blanc en primeur offerings have been received very well in the US. Some initial feedback we’ve gotten from those who have tasted it is extremely favorable for both the red and white. It has been fun to see the tweets coming in from winemakers, shops, restaurateurs and collectors in France, the UK and Australia – all loving the wines.

We only have two left of the Savigny-les-Beaune Rouge. If we can get our hands on any, we hope to get more in stock in the coming months. It will also be available at Meritage Wine Market in Encinitas, California later this spring. Thankfully, Le Grappin’s 2012s were not hit too hard by the Cote de Beaune hail storms and he’s added several more bottlings. More to come on that later…

For those of you interested in what is available right now and who have not tried a Savigny-les-Beaune white yet, Le Grappin’s Savigny Blanc is one to watch. This is coming from someone who is enamored with northern Cote de Beaune whites like Corton-Charlemagne and Pernand-Vergelesses.

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