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Just in from France, our portfolio of small production direct from Domaine Burgundy and Chablis is now available for shipping and is beginning to appear in stores. Click through the tabs below to learn about the winemakers and to view a brief list of the wines. Click through on the links to explore each wine in more depth.[sidebar_tab_container initial_open=”1″ boxed=’true’ ] [sidebar_tab title=”Domaine Pierre Amiot et Fils”]

Domaine Pierre Amiot et Fils

Fifth generation winemakers at Domaine Pierre Amiot et Fils out of Morey-Saint-Denis make wines from excellent vineyard locations which are characterized by elegance and finesse. The Amiot wines are very approachable and are possible to enjoy younger than many others from the Cote de Nuits, however they have the stuffing to rest in the cellar for many years as well.

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Laleure-Piot is a three hundred year old Domaine out of Pernand-Vergelesses. The vineyards have changed hands to Champy in 2010. Since then, the vineyard practices have changed dramatically in a transition to Organic and Biodynamic viticulture. The winemaking style has also changed for the better with lower yields, meticulous sorting and use of modern equipment.

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Domaine Michel Mallard et Fils

Michel Mallard shares his name with his grandfather who first started making wine from family vineyards. The current Michel Mallard works together with his father and mother to create exceptional reds from their vineyards in Ladoix, Corton & Cote de Nuits Villages as well as an opulent Grand Cru Corton Charlemagne. Michel Mallard, who is also a winemaker at Domaine d’Eugénie in Vosne-Romanée, has brought modern winemaking techniques to the family Domaine.

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Le Grappin

It has been a pleasure to get to know Andrew Nielsen, the man behind Le Grappin. The concept behind his brand is both exciting in that he’s finding under-appreciated terroirs and farming and bottling in a way that is socially and environmentally responsible (read ‘Going Naked’ link here). We certainly look forward to introducing future Le Grappin vintages and keeping you informed on what becomes available. Follow @legrappin on twitter or like his Facebook page to get to know Le Grappin more.

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Marcel et Blanche Fèvre

Fabulous Chablis vineyards passed down for generations. An homage to Marcel Fèvre (b. 1876) – a visionary who developed the Fèvre estate with passion in the vineyards; a philosophy that has been passed down to grandson Gilles Fèvre and winemaker Nathalie Fèvre.

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Domaine Sébastien Dampt

Sébastien Dampt is a rising star in a long family line of vignerons with over 150 years of experience in Chablis. Named a recommended producer by Jancis Robinson; Tim Atkin listed Sébastien Dampt as a top 25 top value producers. With his dedication to his vineyards and his craft, and the great wines coming out of his Domaine, we could not be more excited about Sébastien’s future.

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Maison Dampt

Fine Chablis made by brothers Sébastien and Vincent Dampt with their father Daniel Dampt. Maison Dampt is sourcing some of the best grapes available and making excellent Grand Cru Chablis. At a recent Chablis tasting, both the Valmur and Les Clos showed very well and were a favorite with many of the guests at this event.