The Noellat family has a very long history in Vosne-Romanee in which the two brothers, Charles and Ernest, were the main players in the family in the early twentieth century. Charles Noellat’s daughter Odile Noellat married Alain Hudelot later to form Hudelot-Noellat. Charles Noellat died in 1930s and because the domaine owns a few beautiful vineyards such as Richebourg and Romanee-St-Vivant, it attracted Madame Lalou Bize-Leroy to sell one-third of interest of Domaine Leroy to Japan's Takashimaya in order to secure funds to purchase Domaine Charles Noellat in 1988 - a move that has led to the global success of Leroy. Though the Domaine was sold, the family kept the rights to the name and original label of the domaine, and nowadays Anne Noellat’s son, Stephan Moreau, uses the name and label for his unique négociant operation "Charles Noellat" in which he purchases already-bottled wines directly from the cellars of Burgundy producers that have kept older stocks after tasting.
Today we are pleased to offer a new back-vintage release of Corton-Charlemagne 2015 from Charles Noellat, as well as several other availabilities from Charles Noellat from 2000 and 2009 for selection starting from just HK$280 per bottle, all available in 8-10 weeks -
Charles Noellat Corton-Charlemagne Grand Cru 2015
HK$690 per bottle, 12 bottles available
Charles Noellat Pommard 2000
HK$290 per bottle, 6 bottles available
Charles Noellat Beaune Teurons 1er Cru 2009
HK$290 per bottle, 12 bottles available
Charles Noellat St-Aubin Les Charmois 1er Cru Blanc 2009
HK$280 per bottle. 6 bottles available
Subject to final confirmation. All the above have an ETA of 8-10 weeks.
Delivery is free-of-charge for single purchases above HK$3,000 or 6 bottles (or accumulated amount at time of delivery); otherwise, a standard delivery fee of HK$80 applies.
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