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Offer: Mongeard-Mugneret (Available now)

Domaine Mongeard-Mugneret practices traditional winemaking, and combined with the old vines on excellent holdings, creates classic Burgundy wines of excellent quality. The wines have plenty of ageing potential, and some say, investment potential as well. Today’s offer features two wines from Domaine Mongeard-Mugneret. Limited quantities in stock and available for delivery now.

Spot Offer: The 3 Léovilles

We all know of the famous Three Léovilles, but before they became the Châteaux they are today, they used to be just one estate – Domaine de Léoville. It was in 1840 that Hugh Barton purchased a quarter of the land and named the estate Château Léoville Barton, and the rest of the vineyards were divided between Pierre-Jean Las Cases, founder of Château Léoville Las Cases and sister, Jeanne Las Cases, whose daughter and husband, Jean-Marie Poyferré, founded Château Léoville Poyferré.

Spot Offer: Masseto’s Magical Merlots

Masseto was founded in 1981 by Lodovico Antinori (also the creator of Bordeaux-style Super Tuscan wine, Ornellaia), back when Merlot was still not very widely planted in the Bolgheri region, where the winery is located today. Masseto has been named James Suckling’s Wine of the Decade in 2020. Masseto & Massetino available in limited quantities now.

Spot Offer: Domaine Taupenot-Merme + En-Primeur 2020 Releases

DOMAINE TAUPENOT-MERME – Burgundian winery Domaine Taupenot-Merme is located in Côte de Nuits, Morey Saint Denis to be exact. The domaine has been run by Taupenots for generations and now the seventh generation owners, Romain Taupenot, and sister Virginie have taken over.
Today’s offer features a selection of wines from Domaine Taupenot-Merme, various vintages as well. Limited quantities in stock and available for delivery now. Place your orders today by dropping us an email at customerservice@wine-clique.com.

Sandrone: Iconic Barolos

SANDRONE – Located in Barolo, Italy, this estate's young history began only in the 1970s, when Luciano Sandrone bought his first Cannubi Boschis vines that were located on a hill known as the Cradle of Barolo. It’s terroir was one of the best in expressing the potential of Nebbiolo and created a distinctive Barolo. Now, meet the most complex and supple Barolos - so good they’re iconic. Available for delivery.