The Wine Company


Bouchard Monthelie Duresses 2012

Are you kidding me?! What an interrobang of a fragrance! It’s sensual –dare say pheremonal luring the nose back and back again to creamy raspberries and lifted spice. Taut on the palate in a fit flexing body sort of way; toned yet forgiving, like the physique of a dancer, this is an absolute beauty and a secret well worth keeping for those still hunting for that elusive quarry of Burgundy at great value.
Wine review by Nicholas D. Livingston, September 2011

Food Pairings

Roasted birds are a preternatural match but Pinot Noir goes with any number of dishes ranging from those incorporating wild game and foraged mushrooms to veal stews or grilled fleshy fish. For a classic cheese pairing hunt down some Epoisse...

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