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Wine for the Wine Lover: Spotlight on Burgundy

In order to understand the classic wine regions of the world, one must drink Burgundy. If that sounds like an antique adage, so be it; Burgundy will never fall out of favor, for its wines range from the deeply complex to the wildly approachable. As is our custom here at Astor Wines & Spirits, we embrace the smaller producers and unsung winemakers, many of whom are well-known in France but are more obscure here in the United States. We also embrace regions that are often overlooked. For a trip into uncharted Burgundian territory, try a bottle from Fixin, Marsannay, Savigny-lès-Beaune, St.-Romain, St.-Aubin, or Maranges. Burgundy, of course, should be in everyone’s cellar, but if you’re living in a city apartment and your idea of a cellar is a musty basement filled with your super’s power tools, swing by for one of our beautifully aged Burgundies that is drinking well now. If you’re looking for that special, older bottle from the Côtes de Nuits or Côtes de Beaune-or for a Grand Cru to drink with company-don’t hesitate to visit our Cool Room, where we house some of the rarest bottles in the world. With the holidays fast approaching, what better time to invest in a bottle to impress?

 
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Beaujolais Nouveau, Antonin Rodet - 2014

Red | France, Burgundy | (750 )mL
This comes from one of a handful of négociants in Burgundy. Even though this is larger in scale, it is still worth a second look.

Item #19140
  • Single Bottle:
    $9.99
  • Case of 12:
    $119.88 $107.89
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Beaujolais Nouveau "Ancien," Terres Dorées, Jean-Paul Brun - 2014

Red | France, Burgundy, Beaujolais | (750 )mL
Always a bit of a maverick, Jean-Paul Brun makes this Beaujolais Nouveau that's full of character. Never the same year after year but always a wine to ponder.

Item #12732
  • Single Bottle:
    $14.99
  • Case of 12:
    $179.88


Beaujolais "Primeur" Rosé, Pierre Chermette - 2014

Rosé | France, Burgundy, Beaujolais | (750 )mL
A crisp, dry style of Beaujolais Nouveau Rosé with juicy edges and a penchant for salads. A tasty bottle that will please those looking for vibrant, youthful fruit aromas.

Item #21616
  • Single Bottle:
    $11.99
  • Case of 12:
    $143.88 $129.49
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Beaujolais Nouveau "Les Grandes Coasses," Durdilly - 2014

Red | France, Burgundy, Beaujolais | (750 )mL
Paul Durdilly’s holdings are among the highest altitude sites in the area, higher even than many Cru sites.

Item #29044
  • Single Bottle:
    $10.99
  • Case of 12:
    $131.88 $118.69
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Beaujolais Nouveau, Dom. de la Madone - 2014

Red | France, Burgundy, Beaujolais | (750 )mL
Located in Le Perréon—in the superior hilly northern part of the region—Domaine de la Madone is run by the Bererd family, whose Beaujolais ancestry dates back to the 16th century.

Item #12736
  • Single Bottle:
    $11.99
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    $143.88 $129.49
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Beaujolais Nouveau, Pacalet - 2014

Red | France, Burgundy, Beaujolais | (750 )mL
For the Beaujolais Nouveau, this is complex with a woodsy musk nature that will fool even the most doubtful drinkers of Primeurs. Made from Christophe Pacalet's youngest vines (30-years-old, average). What you get is the most sophisticated Nouveau we've ever seen.

Item #24252
  • Single Bottle:
    $16.99
  • Case of 12:
    $203.88 $183.49
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Beaujolais Nouveau, Dupeuble - 2014

Red | France, Burgundy, Beaujolais | (750 )mL
This is no ordinary Beaujolais Nouveau. It has some real substance going on with aromas of black fruit and even a dash of tannins. Made in a style that's fruity yet thoughtful.

Item #22461
  • Single Bottle:
    $15.99
  • Case of 12:
    $191.88 $172.69
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