-Perfect for the Holidays! 95 Points WA
for this White Burgundy at the outrageous price of only $29.99!
- Neal Martin of the Wine Advocate loved this so much that he actually advised readers to sell their Grand Cru Corton Charlemagne that regularly retails for over 75 dollars a bottle
to buy this very wine! That is an incredible statement to the quality of this Chardonnay!
-You never see White Burgundy of this quality at this kind of price anymore
, this is a true no-brainer for all wine lovers... This is why the world fell in love with Pouilly-Fuisse all those years ago.
Todays offer is on
Domaine Thibert les Cras Pouilly-Fuisse
A massive 95 point Wine Advocate score
Only $29.99 while supplies lasts
It's just that simple- 95 Point White Burgundy, $29.99 a bottle!
This is one of the best Chardonnay deals we've been able to put together - EVER. We recently put our heads together and tried to figure out the last time we had a White Burgundy rated 95 points in the pages of Robert Parker's the Wine Advocate and was only $29.99.
"The outstanding 2011 Pouilly-Fuisse Les Cras comes from three small plots that Christophe lamented possess exceptionally hard limestone soils. But the effort is worth it. The Les Cras has a very pretty, understated bouquet that opens beautifully in the glass with delicate lemon curd and apple-blossom scents. The palate shows entrancing balance, a silky smooth texture, effortless harmony. The wine builds in the mouth toward a succinct, lightly honeyed finish that will leave you wondering why you wasted all your money on Corton-Charlemagne all those years. Sell that and load up on this."
- 95 Pts Neal Martin - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate!
$75+ ... or $29.99?? Take the opportunity to try why this $29.99 white is generating so much attention!
The price of highly rated, delicious White Burgundy has risen so much over the years that many wine consumers have turned away from this category altogether... This is a flashback to the days when elite French Chardonnay could be purchased under the $50 price point
This 95 point effort may well be the greatest wine they have ever crafted
and is undeniably the Chardonnay buy of the Holiday season.
Domaine Thibert has been a rising star in Burgundy, and has captured the attention of acclaimed Burgundy critic Allen Meadows for years. The newest critic to be introduced to the Thibert's is Robert Parker's new Burgundy critic, Neal Martin. He went on to write that "Upon the first introductory shake of hands, I experienced that “vibe,” a subliminal message that assures you are in the presence of conscientious vignerons. And so it was proven through the two-hour comprehensive tasting. Domaine Thibert Pere & Fils is one of the few Maconnais producers to really nail the idea of “selection parcellaire”: honing in on plots with common geological characteristics and bottling them separately."
We've gotten that same warm and tingly feeling when we tasted the wines of Christophe and Sandrine as well! These wines are hands down some of the greatest value white Burgundies we've tasted in the last several years, and the remarkable consistency makes them that much better! This is brand we will be working with for a long time!!!
Talk about Terroir! This delectable and elegant 95 point Chardonnay
comes from three small plots of dense limestone soils, and effortlessly expresses the distinct geography of these small vineyards. This is a Chardonnay that is not only lip smackingly delicious, but also a lesson in why terroir matters.
This is such a rare, rare deal, if you are a white wine drinker, you need to stock up on this! This isn't a 1 or even a 2 case buy. This is EASILY a 3-5 case buy!
We may never find another equal to this wine! This wine has plenty of years ahead of it too, but that's only if you can keep your hands off of it!
Don't miss out on this, our Top White Wine of the 2013 Holiday season!