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New Domaine Dandelion Releases

New Domaine Dandelion Releases

We are happy to announce a few new arrivals (of mainly old wine) from the elusive Domaine Dandelion in the Hautes-Côtes de Beaune. Demand for the wines of Christian and Morgane is sky high and with good reason. These are special bottles made in tiny quantities so here is a rare chance to get your hands on one... 

Pinot Noir Rosie Red 2022 Domaine Dandelion

Firstly we have a small re-stock of one of the most recent cuvées Rosie Red 2022. This is made from a single plot of 70 year old Pinot Noir vines, farmed with biodynamic techniques. Light and delicate with lots of finesse. Drinking very well now but will only improve with time.

Next we have a sparkling Pet Nat 2020 made from a direct press of Gamay and Pinot Noir grapes. White in the glass with a slightly peachy hue, this has an amazing concentration of fruit (apple compote, orange, lemon) and a pronounced mineral edge.

Finally, a re-stock of a wine we had a few years ago. Brun Dore 2018 is a sweet wine made from Pinot Gris grapes that were acquired from a neighbouring grower. This plot was harvested late when botrytis (noble rot) had began to affect the grapes. A cuvée that is unlikely to be ever made again.




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