72-Hour Father’s Day Sale

We’re both fathers these days here at Ansonia Wines, so we’re looking forward to opening a nice bottle or two next weekend. In case your father (or your kids) still need a present, we’ve put together a dozen gift ideas.

  • they’re all 15% off
  • there’s no minimum purchase
  • every bottle ships for free next week in the Eastern half of the US — we can even send it right to your dad

(Also — for any self-gifting fathers or non-fathers out there looking for a bargain on a nice bottle or two — no judgment.)

Use the code PERE at checkout for 15% off and free shipping. Sale ends Sunday at midnight.





1. Boyer-Martenot Meursault 1er cru “Charmes” 2015
$94 $82 (-15%) = $69.70

Rich, mouthfilling, classic Meursault from an early drinking year. This is fleshy and smooth, showing notes of citrus, mango, white flowers, and straw.
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2. Boyer-Martenot Meursault 1er cru “Perrières” 2016
$150 $135 (-15%) = $114.75

From Meursault’s finest vineyard, this remarkably concentrated wine. The mouth is long and intense, with enough acidity from the vintage to carry it forward 5-8 years if desired.
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3. Bonnefond Côte Rôtie “Roziers” 2015
$84 $72 (-15%) = $61.20

Elegant, inky, concentrated Northern Rhône syrah from an exceptional year. From a plot right next to the lengedary La Landonne vineyard, this is a great candidate for cellaring.
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4. Bonnefond Côte Rôtie “Rochains” 2015
$84 $72 (-15%) = $61.20

This is rich, bold, masculine Côte Rôtie, showing notes of licorice, leather, black pepper, and beautiful blackberry fruit. This should cellar well for at least 15 years if desired.
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5. Quivy Charmes-Chambertin Grand Cru 2014
$160 $139 (-15%) = $118.15

Quivy’s old-vine Charmes-Chambertin is his finest wine — elegant, smooth, and smoky, with unusual finesse for a Grand Cru. Serve over the next 10 years.
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6. Quivy Gevrey-Chambertin “En Champs” 2014
$56 $48 (-15%) = $40.80

Quivy’s village level “En Champs” comes from 70+ year old vines. The flavors are intense and distilled, with an elegant, sinewy texture that goes beautifully with food.
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7. Ravaut Corton-Bressandes Grand Cru 2014
$98 $85 (-15%) = $72.25

Ravaut’s plot on the famous hill of Corton turns out remarkable wines every year. The tannins are fine and perfectly formed — this will handsomely reward another 3-5 years of cellaring, and could easily go 10 if needed.
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8. Ravaut Corton-Bressandes Grand Cru 2012
$98 $85 (-15%) = $72.25

Ravaut’s plot on the famous hill of Corton turns out remarkable wines every year. 2012 was a very low yield year, producing unusual concentration in the wines. With a decanter this is lovely today.
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9. Varoilles Gevrey-Chambertin “Meix des Ouches” 2014
$72 $64 (-15%) = $54.40

The Varoilles style is bold and concentrated, with rich mouthfeels and long, ripe finishes. This monopole village plot drinks more like a premier cru, with a juicy mouthfeel and intense dark fruit. Drink now and for a decade.
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10. Varoilles Charmes-Chambertin Grand Cru 2014
$170 $145 (-15%) = $123.25

Varoilles’s Grand Cru plot is exceptionally well located, just a few yards from the famous “Mazoyeres” sector of Chambertin. It’s enormous wine — long, elegant, intense, and refined. Cellar for 5 years, drink for another 15.
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11. Amiot Morey-St-Denis 1er cru “Ruchots” 2014
$84 $78 (-15%) = $66.30

Morey-St-Denis’s finest vineyard is Ruchots, located across the street from the legendary Clos de Tart. Amiot’s 2014 Ruchots is a delight, with a woodsy, toasty nose, and perfectly balanced palate. Drink now – 2024.
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12. Amiot Gevrey-Chambertin 1er cru “Combottes” 2014
$102 $88 (-15%) = $74.80

Surrounded on all sides by Grand Cru vineyards, Combottes is intense, sappy, and seductive. With dark briary fruit and hints of gingerbread and smoke, this wine never fails to impress. Drink now (decant) – 2028.
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