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Our storage costs are highly competitive. We will happily accept cases or single bottles, charging pro-rata based on the number of bottles and length of storage period.
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FINE+RARE can arrange delivery of your wines to your personal fine wine storage account:
Deliveries within London City Bond or to a Vinotheque storage account are charged at £ 8 + VAT for up to 10 cases (12x75cl or equivalent).
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Average Score 96.0

Among Ponsot's limited production, super cuvees, the Chambertin is an awesome example of a wine from this grand cru vineyard that so frequently has to rely on its name recognition rather than its quality. Ponsot's Chambertin exhibits great richness, a profound nose of smoked meats, herbs, berry fruit, and forest-like aromas. Rich and full-bodied, with an expansive texture, this spectacular Chambertin should age effortlessly for 20+ years. Uncharacteristic of many 1993s, its sweet fruit and ripeness are reminiscent of the 1990 vintage, with its tannin largely concealed behind the wine's massive fruit extraction. While I am a great believer that low yielding, highly concentrated Pinot Noir deserves plenty of toasty new oak, there is not one new oak barrel to be found in Ponsot's cellar. The average age of the barrels is between 30-60 years, thus proving that there is at least one exception to the rule that the greatest red Burgundies are kept in new oak casks!|Note: Ponsot also makes and bottles wines for the Domaine des Chezeaux.|The good news is that Ponsot's 1993s are spectacular wines, as stunning as his prodigious 1990s. The bad news is that his yields were minuscule, with the average for all his vineyards approximately 20 hectoliters per hectare, or just over one ton per acre. For some of the grand crus, yields were so tiny that the number of cases that will make it to America is preposterously low. For example, yields for the Clos St.-Denis vineyard were 8 hectoliters per hectare, for Clos de la Roche, 18 hectoliters per hectare, and for Griotte-Chambertin, 23 hectoliters per hectare. Laurent Ponsot stated that only 48 bottles of Chambertin were allocated to America, 24 bottles of Clos St.-Denis (only 400 bottles were produced), and less than 30 cases of Clos de la Roche Vieilles Vignes. It is not that the United States is getting screwed in the allocation system, but just that so little wine was produced. My reviews are, therefore, largely of academic interest.|Importer: Vineyard Brands, Chester, VT; tel. (802) 875-2139 Wine Advocate.August, 1995

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