Alex Gambal 2012 Burgundy Pre Arrival Offer. Save 33% on the last few Pierre Bouree 2010's‏

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13 Different Wines from Villages to Grand Cru in Red and White

2012 was a very difficult vintage for Burgundy. Quantities were well down and prices have risen accordingly.


The good news is that the reds in particular are quite terrific. They combine structure and fruit meaning they will be delicious young but also age very well.


Alex Gambal left a career in real estate to become a wine producer in Burgundy. It was quite a brave move for an American.


In 1997 he established his own negociant business after attending wine school. Over the years Alex's venture has expanded and now owns a substantial portion of the vineyards from which his wines are produced. 

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Unfortunately, Alex has suffered with the vagarities of 2012 and both the number of cuvees and the quantity of bottles we have to offer in 2012 is reduced.

There are however, some interesting new cuvees including Charmes-Chambertin (no Latricieres-Chambertin in 2012) and some affordable Savigny-les-Beaune.


If you would like to secure some of the 2012's from this popular maker please act quickly. To read tasting notes and order the wines on our website click here.  

Orders may be placed on our website, by email to or by phone. Wines will be shipped later this year.




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Grand Millesime Pty Ltd

21 Toorak Road

South Yarra

Vic 3141


Phone: (03) 9326 5737

Fax: (03) 9326 6744

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Save 33% on the Last of our Pierre Bouree 2010 Burgundies

We urgently need to clear some space in our warehouse to make way for new arrivals.


We have a tiny amount (read 18 bottles in total) of Red and White Burgundy from 2010 produced by Pierre Bouree. The selection includes the very highly reviewed Corton-Charlemagne.


To move the wines out and clear more space we offer the remaining bottles at a 33% discount.


To view what is available, read tasting notes, and order on line click here.


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