Though the fame (and price!) of this domaine has skyrocketed the past half decade, the Bourgogne remains a superb value.  That is, if you can manage to find a bottle or two.   
We thought we'd center Dancer's Bourgogne this pre-Paulée Thursday as its completeness and sheer dimensionality ooze 'real deal' from start to finish.  It's a persuasive reminder that drinking the most accessible wine from a top producer remains perhaps the surest value proposition in Burgundy.   

The cuvée is the joint issue of little parcels in Meursault and Puligny, and the seriousness of their positioning is reflected in a full 24 month élévage.  You sense a textural richness and variety reflecting the work of oxygen and slow time, while the shimmering energy owes more to precise vineyard work and careful winemaking.   

 Reviews for the offered cuvées below: '

'[The 2017 Bourgogne has an] appealingly fresh nose offering up notes of various white-fleshed fruit and citrus while being set off by a discreet hint of wood. The sleek, delicious, vibrant and evidently concentrated flavors possess excellent depth and persistence for a wine of this level.' 

 Allen Meadows, Burghound

'[The 2014 Bourgogne has an] ultra-fresh nose featuring notes of citrus and apple aromas. There is good punch to the utterly delicious and solidly complex middle weight flavors that possess a refreshing and crisp finale. This is an excellent Bourgogne…’ 

 Allen Meadows, Burghound 







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