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Red Burgundy


#21

Oh gawd, more temptation! Amazing how expensive Fourrier is.

Will top up the wishlist and see if I end up putting another mixed case into reserves…


#22

Apparently there is a burgundy offer landing Monday, which I imagine includes all of this new burgundy


#23

Apologies for thread drift but is there a way of doing this? Or rules on numbers (I know TWS loves a rule)? There are quite a few wines on the list I would like to keep for a few years without buying a whole case. I already have some wine with TWS if that helps.


#24

It’s easy, just put 12 wines in your basket and when you check out you will have the option to put them into reserves. You have to take them out all at once, though, so make sure the drinking windows are relatively synchronised. For example I have a case to withdraw c. 2024 that contains:

1 Domaine Robert Chevillon, Nuits-Saint-Georges Vieilles Vignes 2013
2 Domaine Sylvain Pataille, Marsannay Montagne 2015
1 Domaine de Bellene, Nuits-Saint-Georges Vieilles Vignes 2012
2 Domaine Dujac, Morey-Saint-Denis Premier Cru 2014
2 Domaine Robert Chevillon, Nuits-St-Georges Premier Cru Roncières 2009
2 Domaine William Fèvre, Chablis Grand Cru Côte Bouguerots 2013
2 Domaine de Montille, Nuits-Saint-Georges Premier Cru Les Thorey 2015


#25

OR… in the search for a Burgundy equivalent, one can cast one’s net wider ?

Would be nice to see more that just ONE Tasmanian P.N. in TWS lists because in my opinion, although pricey they are great value for money compared to Premier Cru Burgundy, and usually perhaps better in the glass. Every now and again TWS do a Tassie collection - well worth snapping up.


#26

8 bottles of this available now… qualifies for free delivery … :wink:


#27

I’ve had their Chapelle-Chambertin 2014 and found it pretty underwhelming (luckily I didn’t buy it!)


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