Domaine Olivier Guyot 2015 Pre Arrival Offer

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The Guyots are one of the oldest families in Marsannay-la-Côte. Today they still plough by horse and practice biodynamic cultivation methods
The founder, Louis Guyot was a small farmer/wine-grower with many animals, particularly carthorses which he used to help in the vineyards and at harvest time.
Today the domaine is managed by Olivier Guyot who tends for the 15 hectares spread across Marsannay, Chambolle-Musigny, Gevrey-Chambertin and Morey-St-Denis. And yes, the vineyards are ploughed by Indigo the cart horse (in the photo above), just as his ancestors did.
Guyot Vougeot Label I first tasted the wines of Domaine Guyot at the Grands Jours de Bourgogne in 2012. I was very impressed with the purity, race and power the wines displayed. So I arranged the visit the domaine the following week where I was shown the full range of reds. They were even more impressive than my first sip.

After a few years I am pleased to once again offer the wines of Domaine Olivier Guyot. Guyot is a name that has slipped under the radar. He is not reviewed by Burghound or Tanzer. But I can assure you that the wines are terrific. They are deep and intense but true to their terroir. 

Their vineyard holdings are appealing with Villages and Premier Crus in Chambolle-Musigny and Gevrey-Chambertin, Clos Vougeot Grand Cru and a quality Bourgogne.

To reintroduce the domaine to our portfolio I am offering all of the 2015's at a 25% Pre Arrival Discount. To view and order the wines on our website click here. 
Orders may be placed on line, by email to or by telephone to (03) 9326 5737. 

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21 Toorak Road

South Yarra

Vic 3141


Phone: (03) 9326 5737

Fax: (03) 9326 6744


Felettig Gevrey

2015 Felettig Burgundies

Arriving this month


We have a little 2015 Burgundy from Felettig available.


The wines arrive this month so time is running out if you wish to purchase at Pre Arrival Prices and save 15%.


To view the wines on our website click here.





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