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  • By Stephen Tanzer
    March/April 2009, IWC Issue #143, (See more on Vinous...)

    (Domaine Perrot Minot Chambertin Clos de Beze Vieilles Vignes) Subscribe to see review text.



  • By Jon Rimmerman
    10/27/2010, (See more on Garagiste...)

    (CLOS DE BEZE Perrot-Minot) UPDATE: California Shipping

    We will begin shipping to California the week of Nov 8th so please plan accordingly. Keep in mind, an adult is required to sign for your boxes.

    Please note: a number of automatically generated UPS emails indicate shipping to California is next week but that is not accurate – all packages to California, regardless of the UPS email you’ve received, will ship the week of November 8th.

    Thank you – enjoy your wine!

    - Garagiste

    Dear Friends,

    It’s no secret I'm a staunch supporter of 2007 red Burgundy – the high acid/low-fruit style of the vintage is a showcase for terroir and the minerality in the 2007s is the most transparent since 2001 (another terrific year). I'm sure many of you are scratching your heads right now (“what about 2002, 2005 and the upcoming 2009s?”) but the fact remains – Burgundy’s medium-weight vintages often produce the biggest wow – certainly from a delicacy and expression standpoint.

    When it comes down to it, what sets Burgundy apart from every other wine growing region in the world is the elusive combination of a low-alcohol, filigreed framework aligned with a pinpoint (often feminine and esoteric) display of a specific parcel of vines.

    2007 has that in spades.

    As far as top 2007s are concerned, Christophe Perrot-Minot produces a much sought after group of shockingly expensive (and rare) examples that now rival any of the top-tier addresses in the Cote de Nuits. While these are not for the casual observer, they should prove to be a time-capsule of magic with another 10-15 years in the bottle:

    2007 Domaine Perrot-Minot Chambertin Clos de Beze -
    (compare at $375-500+ in the US)
    (175 cases produced)

    2007 Domaine Perrot-Minot Chapelle-Chambertin -
    (compare at $375-425+ in the US)
    (100 cases produced)

    To order:

    This parcel is set to arrive with perfect provenance in a few weeks or so (please check OARS for local pick up after November 15th). It will ship during the Fall shipping season.

    Out of state orders will be held for free under ideal storage conditions (56 degrees/70%humidity) until shipping is possible. Locals may pick up at their leisure.

    For current local pick up and arrival/ship information, please see your OARS link below (at the bottom of this offer) - don’t know how to access your OARS? Simply click the link and see your account. You can also paste the link into your browser. If you are having trouble with your link or your account, please contact:


    Thank you,

    Jon Rimmerman
    Seattle, WA

    Click here to view the status of your orders in O.A.R.S.

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