'Julienas'

Regular price $45
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  • Freaky Level 1
    Natural wine isn’t *always* freaky! Classic-in-all-the-right ways.
  • Juicy & Medium Bodied
    Smooth with fruit and structure.
  • Fruit Forward
    All! The! Fruits! Think apples, ripe berry and fresh citrus.
  • Savoury
    Brine, spice, leather and other non-fruit notes are the star.
  • Weekend Prizes
    Fancy meal or second-date wines under $50.
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'Julienas'

Regular price $45
/
  • Freaky Level 1
    Natural wine isn’t *always* freaky! Classic-in-all-the-right ways.
  • Juicy & Medium Bodied
    Smooth with fruit and structure.
  • Fruit Forward
    All! The! Fruits! Think apples, ripe berry and fresh citrus.
  • Savoury
    Brine, spice, leather and other non-fruit notes are the star.
  • Weekend Prizes
    Fancy meal or second-date wines under $50.
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Domaine Heitz-Lochardet is a story of pedigree. Armand Heitz took over his family’s prized vineyards in the early 20-teens with the aim to make precise, pure Pinot Noirs and Chardonnays in the Côte de Beaune from grapes that had already been farmed organically for decades (and sold to Domains like Joseph Drouhin). His wines have been beloved ever since by sommeliers the world over for their straightforwa. . .

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Gamay, Beaujolais, France

Domaine Heitz-Lochardet is a story of pedigree. Armand Heitz took over his family’s prized vineyards in the early 20-teens with the aim to make precise, pure Pinot Noirs and Chardonnays in the Côte de Beaune from grapes that had already been farmed organically for decades (and sold to Domains like Joseph Drouhin). His wines have been beloved ever since by sommeliers the world over for their straightforward, unfussy expressions of place. In many recent years, some French producers, especially from cooler regions like Burgundy and the Loire, have been exploring other areas and grapes as climate change wreaks havoc with devastating late spring frosts and hail storms in summer. Following the trend of dabbling into adjacent regions for only the second time, Heitz’s Gamay is a stunner and no surprise. He uses traditional Burgundian methods (no carbonic maceration here!) to express a cru known for its strength, heft and spice. Julienas is appropriately named for the Roman leader Julias Caesar and Heitz is channeling some of that big Roman energy here. Silky but structured black cherries meet back-yards-in-Fall vibes. Do we feel a Russel Crowe retrospective coming on?!
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Gamay, Beaujolais, France

Domaine Heitz-Lochardet is a story of pedigree. Armand Heitz took over his family’s prized vineyards in the early 20-teens with the aim to make precise, pure Pinot Noirs an. . .

Read More
Gamay, Beaujolais, France

Domaine Heitz-Lochardet is a story of pedigree. Armand Heitz took over his family’s prized vineyards in the early 20-teens with the aim to make precise, pure Pinot Noirs and Chardonnays in the Côte de Beaune from grapes that had already been farmed organically for decades (and sold to Domains like Joseph Drouhin). His wines have been beloved ever since by sommeliers the world over for their straightforward, unfussy expressions of place. In many recent years, some French producers, especially from cooler regions like Burgundy and the Loire, have been exploring other areas and grapes as climate change wreaks havoc with devastating late spring frosts and hail storms in summer. Following the trend of dabbling into adjacent regions for only the second time, Heitz’s Gamay is a stunner and no surprise. He uses traditional Burgundian methods (no carbonic maceration here!) to express a cru known for its strength, heft and spice. Julienas is appropriately named for the Roman leader Julias Caesar and Heitz is channeling some of that big Roman energy here. Silky but structured black cherries meet back-yards-in-Fall vibes. Do we feel a Russel Crowe retrospective coming on?!
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