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The "Portland Cellar" Case 3 (Burgundy Edition)

The "Portland Cellar" Case 3 (Burgundy Edition)

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Since we first opened our doors in Fitzrovia, way back in 2015, we've slowly been building a wine cellar of interesting, exciting and unusual bottles that, we think, fairly represent the broad spectrum of winemaking styles available today.

We are a broad church, never nailing our colours to one mast but, rather borrowing from every clan: orange wines, biodynamic, grand cru Burgundy and more all have a place in our book. 

Now, in a post-COVID world, our wine cellar is open. We've started picking out packs of favourite bottles. Sometimes with a theme in mind but, often simply a brace of delicious wines that take our (and hopefully your) fancy.

The Bottles

Domaine Perrin, Combe Bazin, Saint Romain 2016

A rather unusual treatment, this wine is aged in barrels previously used for meursault with the lees still inside. The resulting wine combines a fresh, clean acidity with weightier, butter and smoke notes. 

Grape: Chardonnay

Domaine Chavy Chouet, Les Femelottes, Bourgogne Blanc 2018

Imported by our friends around the corner at Nobile Rot, this one's a great example of the value still possible to find in the Bourgogne appelation. Ripe but framed by a clean minerality.

Grape: Chardonnay

Francois Mikulski, Meursault 2012

Cult winemaker (and arbiter of fabulous comic sans labels) Mikulski's wines show a wild side whilst showing off the incredible fruit he has access to. With eight years of age, this wine is in a stunning place right now.

Grape: Chardonnay

Jean Baptiste Ponsot, La Fosse, 1er Cru Rully 2012

Oft overlooked, the village of Rully (just south of Meursault) can produce wines of decent weight and ripeness without the hefty price tag associated with it's more famous neighbours to the north.

Grape: Pinot Noir

Domaine Bachelet, Bourgogne Rouge 2010

From a picture-perfect vintage that struck all the right notes. This wine has light cranberry notes alongside leafy and earthy character.  

Grape: Pinot Noir

Dom. Joseph Roty Champs Chenys Gevrey Chambertin 2012 

Our last bottles of this wine sadly. It's been a real performer still retaining lots of dark fruit and bramble. Powerful stuff!

Grape: Pinot Noir