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13 Mar - 13 Mar

A night with Château de Rully & Château le Puy

By Localiiz 10 March 2020

Event Information

START DATE 13 Mar 2020
END DATE 13 Mar 2020
ThinkWine, 2/F, LL Tower, 2-4 Shelley Street

Think about a Friday night event for you and friends to discover Bordeaux and Burgundy premium wines at an exclusive offer!

Château de Rully is a family-owned winery since the XII century with one-third of their vineyards classified as Premier Cru and of which 80% is white wine. The vineyard is 45 hectares and overseen by the present winemaker, Antonin Rodet. 100% of grapes are produced and harvested by own vineyard without purchasing from others.

Rully is a small village and Appellation d'Origine Protégée (AOP) of Châlonnais which is located by the south of Côte de Beaune.

On the night, we will be showcasing below bottles.

White


Château De Rully, Rully 1er Cru Molesme Blanc 2015 $684

Château De Rully, Meursault Blanc 2016 $1,000

Red


Château de Rully, Rully 1er Cru Molesme Rouge 2015 $684

Château le Puy is overseeing by Jean-Pierre, Françoise and Pascal – the 15th generation of the Amoreau family. The estate is situated on the same plateau as Saint Emilion and Pomerol, the vineyard is 51 hectares in three separate plots located on the same rocky plateau. The vines are 50 years old and no synthetic treatments have ever been used at the estate, which proudly certified biodynamic.

On the night, we will be showcasing below bottles.

Red


Château Le Puy Barthelemy 2011 $2,500

Château Le Puy 2016 (Magnum) $1,400

Château Le Puy Emillien 2016 $680

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