A Rare Offering of Mature DRC

Estate Wine Brokers is thrilled to present an offering of mature selections from the world's most sought-after producer, Domaine de la Romanée-Conti. All of these bottles were acquired directly from the importer during the Seller's time as the Food and Beverage Director of a leading luxury hotel, and conditions are pristine across the board. Each and every one of these vintages has been listed at the lowest retail price in the country, so we invite you to take a moment to browse the lineup:

Domaine de la Romanée-Conti La Tâche Grand Cru 2002 750ml - $4,895
97 Points Wine Advocate "Tasted at the La Tâche vertical at The Square. It was initially difficult to choose between the 1999 and 2002 La Tâche, but in the end the former just ascended to the stratosphere, while the latter simply cruised, albeit at a very high altitude. Now at 13 years of age, there is just a slight bricking on the rim. It feels a little more forward than the 1999–a stylish and personality-driven bouquet with predominantly red berry fruit interlaced with warm bricks and undergrowth (much more so of the latter compared to the 1999). The palate is beautifully balanced with exquisite tannin, perfect acidity and an effortless, you might say easygoing personality. That is deceptive because it is a complex and utterly harmonious La Tâche that is the epitome of elegance. Unlike the 1999, I would broach this now with an hour's decanting. Wonderful. (NM)" (04/2015)

Domaine de la Romanée-Conti Romanée-Saint-Vivant Grand Cru 2005 750ml - $2,379
96-97 Points Wine Advocate
"Just as this year’s Echezeaux challenges the quality of the Grands-Echezeaux, another surprise of the vintage is a spectacular showing for the 2005 Romanee-St.-Vivant. A startlingly dark, mouth-watering amalgam of purple plum paste, blackberry preserves, bitter chocolate, toasted walnut, soy, and raw beef intrigues the nose. On the palate, this cleaves to the dark side, with viscous, mouth-coating concentration of lightly-cooked black fruits, charred meat, mysterious forest floor complexity, and bitter-sweet florality, but simultaneously delivers a vibratory finish like that of the energetic Grands-Echezeaux. With its palpable extract, profound personality, and refined but abundant tannins, this is surely wine to set aside for at least a decade. (DS)" (04/2007)

Domaine de la Romanée-Conti Échézeaux Grand Cru 2006 750ml - $1,649
93+ Points Vinous "The 2006 Échézeaux is quite open and expressive today, with striking, precise aromatics, gorgeous sweetness and silky, caressing tannins. I am surprised by how open and pliant the 2006 is, but that is not at all a critique. The 2006 Échézeaux is a great introduction to the wines of the domaine and a fabulous way to start this tasting. (AG)" (02/2015)

Domaine de la Romanée-Conti Corton Grand Cru Florent de Merode 2009 750ml - $1,679
*The First Vintage of this DRC Grand Cru*
95 Points Wine Advocate
"The 2009 Corton is a showstopper. The huge, boisterous bouquet is the first sign the Corton is just as dazzling from bottle as it was from barrel. Layers of fruit saturate the palate as this flashy, exuberant wine continues to put on weight as it sits in the glass. This is a decidedly opulent Burgundy that pushes the boundaries of what longtime DRC drinkers expect from the winery, but it is a gorgeous, striking wine in its own way. The 2009 is a great first vintage for the Corton. (AG)" (04/2012)

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