Food & Wine - - BOTTLE SERVICE -

The Drouhin fam­ily has been mak­ing wine in Bur­gundy since 1880 (and in Ore­gon since 1987), achiev­ing a rep­u­ta­tion for ex­cel­lent wines from vine­yards they own (do­maine wines, in Bur­gun­dian par­lance) and from fruit they pur­chase (né­go­ciant wines). That means high-qual­ity en­try-level bot­tles, sub­tle vil­lage wines for a bit more, and bril­liant (al­beit some­times very pricey) pre­miers and grands crus.

2016 Joseph Drouhin Laforêt Bour­gogne Pinot Noir

Light and bright cherry fla­vors make this né­go­ciant Bour­gogne rouge a hard-to-ar­gue-with ev­ery­day pour.

2015 Joseph Drouhin Côte de Beaune

Pinot Noir from dif­fer­ent vine­yards through­out the Côte de Beaune go into this satiny, rasp­berry-in­flected red.

2016 Joseph Drouhin Beaune Clos des Mouches Blanc

This se­duc­tively com­plex white comes from a premier cru vine­yard that the Drouhins orig­i­nally ac­quired in the 1920s.

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