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Staff Pick

Aloxe-Corton "Le Suchot", Simon Bize - 2014

Item # 22231 750mL
$71.99/ Single Bottle
$863.88 $777.49/ Case of 12
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Tasting Notes

Domaine Simon Bize is one of the highly respected Burgundian addresses, a classic, or as the French are fond of saying, an ‘incontournable’ – ‘an absolute must’. Viticulture is all important here. The vines are Guyot trained; they are generally old, and yields are low, making wines from this producer quite special.


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Staff Pick Notes

If you meet enough wine geeks you’ll eventually shake hands with someone who drinks nothing but Burgundy. You may think, “How terribly boring!” This is a healthy reaction. That said there’s a part of me that understands this seemingly odd behavior. There is kaleidoscopic variety in Burgundy. Wines that span the spectrum from light to heavy and sweet to savory. Pop this Aloxe-Corton and you’ll find powerful dark red fruit, and aromas of game and roasted coffee. This wine has some meat on its bones, so pair it with grilled meat (preferably on the bone).

- SD

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