Three Great Burgundies from 2012 – Bottle of Each for $99.99!

2012 Burgundies!

3-pack for $99.99! (one bottle of each)

6-pack for $179.98 (two bottles of each)

 

2012 Justin Girardin Santennay White

100% Chardonnay – 30 year old vines – 12 months in oak barrels

$29.99 – $26.99 if mixed with the 6-pack

2012 Justin Girardin Santannay Rouge

100% Pinot Noir – 50 year old vines – 12-15 months in oak barrels

$31.99 – $28.79 if mixed with the 6-pack

2012 Justin Girardin Savigny-Le-Beaune

Premier Cru Les Peuillets Rouge

100% Pinot Noir – 50 year old vines – 15 months in oak barrels

$39.99 – $35.99 if mixed with the 6-pack

Mixed case discounts apply if combining these wines with any other 12+ bottle purchase
We just tried and purchased all that was available (only 2-3 cases each) of three different village level and Premier Cru Burgundies.  Jump on these as they’re available today and the quantities are very limited.
Please send a reply to nick@highlandfinewine.com if you’d like us to save any for you!
2012 is a fantastic vintage for Burgundy, and though the quantities are very minuscule, the quality is very high.  Also, these wines are drinking beautifully right now, but you can wait for the Savigny-le-Beanue to age for a few years if you like as it will improve over the next 2-3 years.
Domaine Jacques Girardin:
Justin Girardin is the son of Jacques and Valerie Girardin, who’s family has been in Burgundy since 1570 and owns domaine Jacques Girardin, based in the village of Santenay.  Justin is just 26 years old and represents the 13th generation in his family who is making wines. Very little is known about these bottlings, but it can be assumed he is using small amounts of his father’s grapes as the vineyard designates for Justin’s wines are identical to those of Domaine Jacques Girardin.  With two village level wines and one Premier Cru Bottling, all from very old vines, we’re thrilled to get our hands on these!!
Background on Burgundy:
Burgundy is home to France’s finest expressions of chardonnay and pinot noir, and these bottlings are village and premier cru classified, a very strong value for the price point.  The map below shows the villages of the Cote de Beaune (and the outlined villages featured in these bottlings.  Santenay is located right next to Chassagne Montrachet and Savigny-Le-Beaune is just north of the town of Beaune.


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