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Maison de Montille, Saint-Romain 2018

Made from the négociant side of the de Montille business which buys in grapes, Saint-Romain is a high-altitude Burgundy village which has benefitted from global warming. This is fresh and fragrant with aromas redolent More >

£28
Bottle

£336
Case of 12
In Stock
Product Code
BU73911
Dominant Grape
Chardonnay
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Domaine de Montille, Bourgogne Le Clos du Château de Puligny-Montrachet 2017

This is a bright floral baby Puligny from a very fine Burgundy domaine that has been on the up since Etienne de Montille became involved. More >

£29
Bottle

£348
Case of 12
In Stock
Product Code
BU70141
Product Type
White Wine
Style
2 (of 9): Dry
Dominant Grape
Chardonnay

Domaine de Montille, Beaune Premier Cru Les Grèves 2017

From 55-60 year-old vines on a vineyard with more clay than the Sizies (the other Beaune premier cru from de Montille we have offered previously), producing a bigger, richer and rounder style of Beaune with sweet, More >

£60
Bottle

£360
Case of 6
In Stock
Product Code
BU70201
Dominant Grape
Pinot Noir

Domaine de Montille, Volnay Premier Cru Champans 2011

NEW Vibrant red-cherry fruit, with elegant fine-boned palate. 33% of the wine was fermented whole-cluster. More >

£64
Bottle

£384
Case of 6
In Stock
Product Code
BU52261
Dominant Grape
Pinot Noir

Domaine de Montille, Volnay Premier Cru Champans 2013

2013 was a cool year in Burgundy, with harvest delayed until the end of September. This has a burst of redcurrant-like freshness giving zip and energy to the palate. More >

£69
Bottle

£414
Case of 6
In Stock
Product Code
BU57841
Dominant Grape
Pinot Noir

Domaine de Montille, Pommard Premier Cru Pézerolles 2013

This Pommard is from limestone, not clay soils, and, especially with de Montille's fine touch, tastes quite Volnay-like. It perhaps has more black than red fruit, but is lithe and svelte on the palate. It is quite More >

£69
Bottle

£414
Case of 6
In Stock
Product Code
BU57851
Dominant Grape
Pinot Noir

Domaine de Montille, Volnay Premier Cru Champans 2014

This domaine makes some of Burgundy’s most exquisite wines, which possess haunting perfume and impressive length of flavour. This one offers pretty, slightly peppery pinot fruit with an understated and elegant palate. More >

£69
Bottle

£414
Case of 6
In Stock
Product Code
BU60831
Dominant Grape
Pinot Noir

Domaine de Montille, Volnay Premier Cru Champans 2012

Fragrant, silky-textured Burgundy that grows in the glass. This could develop well for a decade or more if you wished. More >

£75
Bottle

£450
Case of 6
In Stock
Product Code
BU54611
Dominant Grape
Pinot Noir

Domaine de Montille, Pommard Premier Cru Pézerolles 2016

In Etienne’s hands this always tastes like a silky Volnay: neither big nor rustic, but fine-boned and delicate, with gentle sweet tannins. 33% whole-bunch fermented and with 30% new oak. More >

£89
Bottle

£534
Case of 6
In Stock
Product Code
BU67891
Dominant Grape
Pinot Noir

Domaine de Montille, Corton Grand Cru Clos de Roi 2014

Very attractive wine from one of the best vineyards of Corton. Good mid-palate richness and depth of flavour. 100% whole-bunch fermented. More >

£90
Bottle

£540
Case of 6
In Stock
Product Code
BU60861
Dominant Grape
Pinot Noir
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