Burgundy Direct Imports

Fine Wines International offers an impressive portfolio of white and red wines sourced directly from producers in Burgundy.

We taste hundreds of Burgundies a year during our numerous trips to France and have selected to work with meticulous wineries that produce high quality, delicious wines that express the unique nuances of the exceptional vineyards in Burgundy, which produce some of the most sought after Chardonnay and Pinot Noir wines in the world.

These have been purchased directly from the producer, breaking down distribution barriers and ensuring you, the consumer, get the lowest possible price.

Domaine Camus is the largest land holder of Grand Cru vineyards in Gevrey Chambertin. We are able to offer a number of Grand Cru wines from Camus at under $100, which is a bit of a miracle in today’s world.

We have sourced an excellent Fixin 1er Cru From the Clos de la Perriere vineyard just north of Gevrey Chambertin, a mystical vineyard on the top of the hill that has been producing desirable wines for over 800 years!

We have also been fortunate to source a number of aged, ready to drink wines the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s from Domaine Camus, Domaine Henri et Gilles Remoriquet, Domaine Louis Remy, and Potinet Ampeau to make a few, wines which had never left the Domaine and in pristine condition.

We have expanded our portfolio of direct import white Burgundies as well, offering a nice selection of wines from Domaine Tremblay in Chablis, Domaine Rapet from Corton and Pernand Vergellesses, Meursault from Sylvian Dussort, Potinet Ampeau, and Gilles Lafouge, Chassagne Montrachet from Chateau de la Maltroye and Puligny Montrachet from Paul Pernot and Pernot Belicard.

We offer less expensive but delicious village wines, as well as a nice selection Premier Cru and Grand Cru wines.

All of these wines have in common an extremely attractive relative price because we have purchased them directly, eliminating any other middle man that usually drives prices higher.

These producers also have in common the fact that they own the vineyards for the wine they produce. Work in the vineyard is of paramount importance to ensure the best possible wine. 

These producers all farm in a sustainable way, some are certified organic.

For the most part there is a relative limited use of new oak, preferring to let the vineyard express itself as much as possible.

These wines can be purchased by the bottle or by the case.