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The satellites of Burgundy Masterclass – 17th April

Burgundy: leave your bias at the Cote d’Or! An exploration of the satellite appellations

Burgundy is knee-deep in a golden age of quality and popularity. Wines that were drunk regualrly by enthusiasts not that long ago are now collectables, reserved only for the very well heeled. For long time lovers of the region and its wines happily all is not lost!

The surge in interest and demand for the finest wines has in turn had a flow on effect for many smaller vignerons and those especially that source and craft their wines in the outer-lying, less well known villages. We have hand selected a range of these to show that although the apex of the burgundy pyramid may be unobtainable to most of us today, there are still utterly superb, complex and affordable wines if you know where to look. Join Rob as we deep-dive into some wonderful of these fome some of the lesser-know appelations in Burgundy.


On Tasting

Domaine Cruchandeau Bouzeron ‘Cuvee Massale’ 2022
Domaine Faiveley Mercurey ‘Clos Rochette’ Blanc 2021
Domaine Rene Bouvier Marsannay ‘Le Clos’ Blanc 2021
Domaine Andre Bonhomme Vire Clesse 2020
Domaine Bachelet-Monnot Maranges 1er ‘La Fussiere’ 2021
Domaine Francois Lumpp Givry ‘Teppe des Cheneves’ Rouge 2020
Domaine Petit-Roy Monthelie Rouge 2022
Domaine Chevrot Santenay 1er ‘Clos Rousseau’ 2021


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  • When: Wednesday 17th April at 7:00pm
  • Where: The Tasting Room - Le Pont Wine Store Milsons Point in Sydney
  • Why: This will be a great opportunity to taste some outstanding wines from less heralded appellations