A family which was established in Burgundy way back in 1350 and founded its estate in 1981 by Bernard Bichot, the family has maintained the ownership and management for 6 generations now. Nowadays, the estate is managed by Alberic Bichot (since 1996) and produces wines from over 100 hectares of vineyards, for all “Domaines” production by which the family owns the vineyards, they are named as Domaine d’Adélie for Mercurey, Long-Depaquit for Chablis, Clos Frantin for Cote de Nuits, du Pavillon for Côte de Beaune. Other than the domaine arms, the estate takes serious care in selection of grapes and vinifies their wines in their large facility to guarantee the quality of every bottle under Albert Bichot.
Today we are pleased to offer two good value bottles from Albert Bichot from the beautiful vintage 2015 - Domaine du Pavillon Aloxe-Corton Clos des Maréchaudes 1er Cru 2015 and Domaine du Pavillon Corton Clos des Maréchaudes Grand Cru Monopole 2015. This is a very rare production in Burgundy for having two different levels of appellation in the same "Clos". At HK$390 and HK$800 per bottle respectively, this is a fantastic opportunity for a tasting experience of the differences for wines from the same clos but different classification! -
Albert Bichot Domaine du Pavillon Aloxe-Corton Clos des Maréchaudes 1er Cru 2015
HK$450 per bottle
Special offer: HK$390 per bottle
Only 12 bottles available, ETA 3 weeks
Albert Bichot Domaine du Pavillon Corton Clos des Maréchaudes Grand Cru Monopole 2015
HK$850 per bottle
Special offer: HK$800 per bottle
Only 6 bottles available, ETA 3 weeks
Subject to final confirmation. Special prices valid until Friday, 4th December.
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