William Kelley and Stephen Brook pick the wines that they consider to offer the best value from an exciting red Burgundy 2015 vintage...

Top value red Burgundy 2015

The 2015 vintage has potential for finding some great value wines, particularly for the reds, according to our experts.

Andy Howard MW recommends seeking out some of the less fashionable appellations in a strong vintage, for finding great value.



Below are William Kelley and Stephen Brook’s wines that offer some of the best value…

*These wines were picked by our tasters during the Burgundy 2015 en primeur tastings, before prices were released, and are based on historical context. 

Domaine Tollot-Beaut, Beaune, Les Blanches Fleurs, 2015

Domaine Tollot-Beaut, Beaune, Les Blanches Fleurs, 2015

A lovely Beaune village, from a mere 8 ouvrées (one third of a hectare). Notes of black and red cherry, liquorice and rich soil precede a silky, supple palate with rich, ripe tannins. A generous bottling which will make friends in its youth.

Points 90

Decelle Villa, Gevrey-Chambertin, Côte de Nuits, 2015

Lively cherry and raspberry fruit showing clarity of fruit. The fresh attack is lively, lifted and stylish rather than dense, but is finely balanced wih a long piquant finish. It's not especially deep or powerful, but it's a fine village Gevrey.

Points 90