Les Clos De Caveau

Caveau de Bacchus

Arbois Savagnin 2012

Cuvée des sorcières
L'etrange.
Citron précis tranchant salivant. Top
— 3 months ago

Cantine Valpane

Rosso Pietro Barbera del Monferrato

Dark berries and earth. Juicy, great warm weather red. Reminds me of local wine in Italy. Had with Kerk burgers. From The Independent Caveau. — 4 years ago

Lucien Aviet & Fils

Réserve du Caveau Arbois White Blend 2011

Blinded, I was tossing up between a fino sherry and sans ouillage Jura white. Reckon I didn’t do too bad in my guess, but frankly, I was more blown away at how good the wine was than thinking about what it was. It was just so deep and complex… so textural and mineral. Like a mini Vin Jaune! Just a little less intense, which was a plus for drinkability to me.

On the nose, nuts, curry leaves, yeast, grilled lemons, bruised apples, and iodine. Crisp and very textural on the palate. Ah, such a joy to sip on. Fresher, ripe citrus notes too. Heaps of brine. So much so that it just stains the finish. Truly excellent stuff here.

NB: Pretty sure this was made of 100% Savignan, aged under flor.
— 4 months ago

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Severn Goodwin

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A mini-VJ, great comment. I really enjoy the complexity of this style of Jura whites as well.

Caveau Quinard

Roussette 2018

Light red. Salute! — 4 years ago

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Domaine Le Clos de Caveau

Louis d'or Grenache Blanc - Clairette Blend

Floral and mineral notes. Hints of pear. — 9 months ago

Château de Bellevue

Le Clos Réserve Caveau Morgon Gamay 2011

Dark ruby color, nose with accents of "Blue Stones" rather black cherry, accompanied by toasted melted notes of aging. The third dimension is driven by evolution and its many very Burgundian nuances (roasting, undergrowth, pot-pourri). Semi-light body although quite intense and concentrated, The finish is of a beautiful length, carried by fleshy and coated aging tannins.

Robe rubis sombre, nez aux accents de « Pierres Bleues » plutôt cerise noires, griotte, accompagné des notes toastées de fût fondues. La troisième dimension est portée par l’évolution et ses nombreuses nuances très bourguignonnes (torréfaction, sous-bois, pot-pourri). Corps demi-léger quoique assez intense et concentré, La finale est d’une belle longueur, portée par des tanins d’élevages charnus et enrobés.
— 2 years ago

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Doug Powers

Doug Powers

@Romain Fitoussi, I love the 2011 Cru Beaujolais!! Great vintage! Cheers!