Just Landed! New Dominique Gruhier Wines


These wines are in stock and available for immediate dispatch!


Dominique Gruhier (pron. something like the cheese), who's parents purchased the historic 12th century Abbey in Epineuil (Pron. Ep-en-oi, or something like that). He has shown remarkable grit and determination to get this domaine to the station / reputation and quality that it is today. He has emerged as one of the pre-eminent vignerons of the Auxerrois and he has also been a frontrunner of the organic movement. 
"This is definitely a domaine to follow." Inside Burgundy, Jasper Morris.
We offered previous vintages of Gruhier wines last year with huge success in terms of very satisfied clients. Even after tasting the pre-purchase samples we were exceptionally surprised by how great they looked after the transportation. 
These whites with the new labels, are impressively ripe, opulent, honeycomb and alyssum flower inflected with rocky mineral notes. Gruhier wines are on fire and it seems the wine world is waking up to them.- Cheers, Randall

RRP: $39 OFFER: 36 | IN A 6-PACK: $33

60% Pinot Noir 40% Chardonnay
With the location of this domaine halfway between Chablis & Champagne - a perfectly cool climate with Kimmeridgian soils to boot- it’s no surprise that it makes great sparkling wines. The grapes are hand-picked into small crates to avoid damage to berries. This is a fine and intensely mineral wine, but it also shows generosity and a creamy richness along with incredible finesse.

RRP: $41 OFFER: $39 | IN A 6-PACK: $36

"The 2020 Petit Chablis has a focused boquet with petrichor and light apple blossom scents, cammendable minerality for a Petit Chablis. The palate is well balanced with a fine bead of acidity, taut and fresh, pleanty of citrus fruit mixed with clemantine and a hint of lemongrass, quite complex and angaging. Superb." 90pts - Neal Martin, Vinous

RRP: $45 OFFER: $42 | IN A 6-PACK: $39

“What beautiful wines have emerged! Fine, sexy, juicy, vivacious, saline and chalky.” - The late, great Becky Wasserman 
This is a dense white for one that comes from near Chablis and the south of Champagne. It’s more like a lighter but generous Puligny than a Chablis. The previous vintage came and went in a flash and it left a trail of smiling happy Burgundy clients! This has a lemon citrus vibrancy with a chalky / rocky underlay but also faint nuances of pineapple and honeysuckle; it’s such a generous and complex wine for a Bourgogne!

2 products

2 products