Domaine Henri Magnien Stock Clearance Save 40%. Last Bottles


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Superb wines with excellent reviews
Out they go at our cost!
Founded in 1987 and located in Gevrey-Chambertin Domaine Henri Magnien is a tiny estate of just 6 hectares. But what a selection of vineyards the domaine has! Their Gevrey Premier Crus are Lavaux St-Jacques, Estournelles St-Jacques, Les Cazetiers and Les Champeaux.
We have small stocks of two cuvees left and I would like to clear them. So out they go at our cost.
We offer both wines at a savings of 40%. Be quick. First-in, first-served. The 2014's are savoury and refined with lovely texture. Stylish Gevrey! 

Gevrey-Chambertin 1er Cru Les Champeaux 2014
Normal Price $234.95
Special $140.95 (Save 40%)
14 bottles left

Magnien Champeaux Label
Guide Hachette: A menthol-like character with hints of cherry and redcurrant creates an engaging and complex nose, while a full-bodied, silky and very fine texture gives a feeling of fullness in the mouth. An already pleasant wine, which will be at its peak in a few years.
Gevrey-Chambertin 1er Cru Estournelles St-Jacques 2014 
Normal Price $249.95
Special $149.95 (Save 40%)
18 bottles left

Magnien Estournelles label
Darren Harris: Deep colour. Nose of cool, red fruits with a mineral tang. Elegant, yet intense palate with fresh red fruits; currant, cherry, a cool floral note and lots of minerals. Not particularly earthy like many Gevreys. The overall impression is a wine of elegance with considerable power lurking below.  Fine and punchy. A lovely wine. 
Mix and match as you please. To view the wines and order on our website click here. Orders may also be placed by email to or by phone. Both wines are in stock for immediate delivery.

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21 Toorak Road

South Yarra

Vic 3141


Phone: (03) 9326 5737

Fax: (03) 9326 6744


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