Save $230.00 on the 2015 Chambertin Clos de Beze. 15 Bottles Only


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Chambertin Clos de Beze 2015 - Just $435.00 a Bottle 
(Save $230.00!)
15 Bottles available
Seguin-Manuel was founded in 1824 as a negociant business in Savigny-le-Beaune. In 2004 the business was purchased by Thibaut Marion who then moved the business to Beaune, into old cellars originally owned by Albert Bichot. Thibaut set about expanding the domaine's vineyards with plots in Beaune, Puligny-Montrachet, Pommard, Meursault and Vosne-Romanée added. More than 8 hectares of vineyard are now owned by Seguin-Manuel.
Our first shipment of Seguin-Manuel wines will arrive in just over a month's time. It includes a single case of Chambertin Clos de Beze 2015, their top wine. It was also my best wine at the extensive tasting at the domaine in April this year. Overnight I have managed to secure one additional case of this wine so we have 15 bottles to sell (see below).
I appreciate that top Grand Crus are getting expensive and unfortunately the laws of supply and demand will see prices continue to rise. I would like to encourage seasoned Burgundy drinkers to try the wines of Seguin-Manuel as I think this is a fine source of classic wines. So today, I have a special offer.
The landed price for the Chambertin Clos de Beze Grand Cru 2015 will be $665.00. The normal Pre Arrival Price is $498.50 (less 25% as this is a new producer). To encourage you to try this new maker I present the wine at the very special price of $435.00. That is super reasonable for Clos de Beze from 2015. We only have 15 to sell: 3 bottles in stock, the additional 12 will be in a following container. So first-in, first-served.
Be quick, at this price I don't imagine these will last.
Chambertin Clos de Beze Grand Cru 2015
Landed Price $665.00
Special Pre Arrival Price $435.00 (Save $230.00)
Only 15 bottles available

Seguin-manuel Beze label Darren Harris: 1 barrel in 2015. New. 50% whole bunch. Medium red. A deeper, more layered nose than the Echezeaux. Dark fruits - cherry, plum with lifted spice, tea and minerals. The stems add a layer of complexity which with the slight funk typical of Clos de Beze makes for a wine that is interesting to drink now but will also age very well. This is not a massive wine but one of (relative) finesse with restrained power and a wonderful long finish. Everything is there and balance is the key word.

Wine Advocate - Neal Martin: 
The 2015 Chambertin Clos de Beze Grand Cru, of which there is one barrel this year (as always), has a broody nose at first but unfurls to reveal engaging aromas of dark cherry, crushed strawberry and damp undergrowth. The palate is medium-bodied with ripe tannin, good backbone with fine acidity, the oak a little dominant on the finish at the moment, as you would expect, so hopefully the mineralité will develop once in bottle. I will be prudent with my judgement for now, aware that it may blossom once in bottle. 91-93 Points

To view and purchase the wine on line click here. You may also order by email to or by telephone.

To view the full range of Seguin-Manuel wines click here. The wine will arrive in Australia late next month.

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