×

This wine has a per person limit. We do this as the wine is hard to find, very rare and/or incredibly sought after.

We do this to ensure that we are able to share the love with everyone!

We kindly ask that you do not abuse this limit by placing multiple orders. In the event that you place multiple orders - they will be canceled and subject to a 5% cancellation fee.

If you would like to request more than the allowable amount - we may be able to help - send us an email at info@thatcherswineconsulting.com

2019 Pascal Prunier Bonheur, Auxey-Duresses, Les Crais

Burghound

88-91

CellarTracker

94
Regular price $42
/

2019 Pascal Prunier Bonheur, Auxey-Duresses, Les Crais

Burghound

88-91

CellarTracker

94
Regular price $42
/
0 In Stock

Add to Favorites

We’re currently updating


Please try refreshing your page or logging out. If this issue persists, please click the button below or email us at info@thatcherswine.com.


Same Day Pick Up At Thatcher's Wine - Warehouse

The wine is currently not available for pickup from Thatcher's Wine - Warehouse.

View store information


"Yes, I must confess I have taken this wine home more than any other in the portfolio. Why? It just always hits the spot with its balance, nose, voluptuous mouthfeel and a finish that leaves me wanting more."

Pascal Prunier Bonheur

It's not just Pascal - his wife Christine is the latter half of the hyphenated name, and we love a strong woman behind a good man. The family oversees 8 hectares of vines, both red and white. We've really hones our eye sin on the whites, specifically the Auxey-Duresses, where the value is off the charts; with a great guiding hand, you get Meursault-like flinty, smoky mineral tones with that whip-crack of mouthwatering acidity, and a soft density that broadens as the wine opens. What helps tremendously is the care the couple gives to the vines - seeing a vine as something that can last multiple generations and treating it as almost a member of their family is a brilliant way to view the power they yield to create a lasting difference; this is highlighted in their Auxey-Duresses vines that were planted in the early 1950s. These old boys and girls churn out beautifully complex, concentrated flavors, softened by about a year in oak after fermentation.

Meet the Producer

Pascal Prunier Bonheur

"Yes, I must confess I have taken this wine home more than any other in the portfolio. Why? It just always hits the spot with its balance, nose, voluptuous mouthfeel and a finish that leaves me wanting more."

It's not just Pascal - his wife Christine is the latter half of the hyphenated name, and we love a strong woman behind a good man. The family oversees 8 hectares of vines, both red and white. We've really hones our eye sin on the whites, specifically the Auxey-Duresses, where the value is off the charts; with a great guiding hand, you get Meursault-like flinty, smoky mineral tones with that whip-crack of mouthwatering acidity, and a soft density that broadens as the wine opens. What helps tremendously is the care the couple gives to the vines - seeing a vine as something that can last multiple generations and treating it as almost a member of their family is a brilliant way to view the power they yield to create a lasting difference; this is highlighted in their Auxey-Duresses vines that were planted in the early 1950s. These old boys and girls churn out beautifully complex, concentrated flavors, softened by about a year in oak after fermentation.
What We Are Drinking
Recently viewed

Who We Are
&
What We're About


Thatcher’s Wine is an online bottle shop and importer featuring wines from some of the world’s most dynamic domaines and emerging winemakers. From exceptional everyday bottles to rarified finds, our highly curated cellar focuses on honest expressions of climate and terroir from across Europe.

Learn More About Us