Excited to present the 2015 edition from Domaine d'Ardhuy, this year from a family owned single vineyard in the village of Aloxe Corton. This is a dark, fuller bodied wine that is very representative of the classic, balanced vintage. This village is known for more structured wine that will have more tannin and structure for aging, while still providing generous amounts of enjoyment early on in its development. Opening this wine will give you a terrific perspective on the intensity and elegance of Burgundy, and aging some bottles will be well rewarded. Domaine d'Ardhuy is a unique winery in the heart of the French Pinot Noir producing region of the Cote de Beaune. While most wineries in this region purchase their grapes from farming collectives, the d'Ardhuy family has been committed to maintaining their historic vineyards within the family, enabling them to not only control the quality from the vineyard to the bottle, but also avoiding the cost of purchased grapes from being passed on to the consumer. They started producing limited kosher runs in 2010, all from single vineyards. Unfortunately as of this time, the 2015 Aloxe Corton is currently the last kosher production from d'Ardhuy with no known plans to resume until 2019 or 2020 at the earliest, if ever.