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Where can I get bottles of Régnié, Chiroubles and Saint Amour in the MidAtlantic?

Chinon00 Sep 16, 2009 04:53 AM

I'm hosting a Beaujolais tasting and am having a little trouble finding a retailer who carries these wines. I'm in the Philadelphia area and would be willing to travel as far as DC/Maryland and NY to get some.


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  1. oolah RE: Chinon00 Sep 16, 2009 12:15 PM

    No St Amour, but plenty of other options:



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      Chinon00 RE: oolah Sep 16, 2009 02:49 PM

      I found some at Astor in NYC including a Saint Amour: http://www.astorwines.com/SearchResul...


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      bob96 RE: Chinon00 Sep 19, 2009 11:35 AM

      K+D Wines in Manhattan has a Regnie from Henry Fessy; should be on their web site.

      1. Chinon00 RE: Chinon00 Sep 20, 2009 06:41 AM

        Thanks to both of you. I picked up every Cru (other than Moulin au Vent) and solid examples of Beaujolais and Beaujolais Village between stores down here and Astor Wines in NYC. I should be able to find a decent Moulin down here somewhere.

        Wish me luck and thanks again

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          chefdilettante RE: Chinon00 Sep 20, 2009 03:14 PM

          Just across the river is Moore Brothers:


          They have some nice Beaujolais Village, Fleurie and Chenas in right now. Super wine store--check them out.

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          1. re: chefdilettante
            Chinon00 RE: chefdilettante Sep 20, 2009 09:06 PM

            They are in my basement.


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            fauchon RE: Chinon00 Sep 21, 2009 02:48 PM

            You might want to add Garnet Wine to your list of NYC sources. I note the v good Joel Rochette Régnié on their list & right now they offer 15% off on solid cases. Garnet is known for their large & excellent inventory & their prices are excellent. BTW, Chinon is one of our favorites & Garnet has an outstanding selection of Loires.


            1. Chinon00 RE: Chinon00 Sep 25, 2009 09:46 PM

              Anyone have a suggestion for the serving order of the ten Beaujolais cru wines? A figured that moulin and cote de brouilly would be served last.

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