Are you looking for an old wine or a particular vintage to celebrate a birthday, an important event or simply as a gift related to the year of birth? Here you will find all of our available wines sorted by vintage.
Old Champagnes but also old Burgundies, Bordeaux grands crus, rare and special wines from many production areas.
The bottles you see in the picture are the ones that will be delivered to you. We pay particular attention to the level of the wine in the bottle, its color and the absence of any traces of dripping on the cork. Next come the condition of the label and any signs of wear or scratches on the bottle which in no way affect the quality of the wine.
Certain non-vintage bottles of Champagne may appear in vintages corresponding to their production period.
The 2020 vintage was a good or even a very good year depending on the region, but whatever the region, it is preferable to let stand a few years in the cellar before tasting. It is not at WUAT that we will contradict, you know that we love wines that have aged !
The 2019 vintage is a very good year everywhere in the French vineyard. In some regions, it is even an exceptional year!
- Bordeaux: red and white
- The Côte d'Or in Burgundy: reds and whites
- The whites of Loire and Alsace
The whites of Pessac and the red Côtes de Bordeaux should not wait too long in the cellar but for all the others you can forget them without any worries, it is even recommended!
The 2018 vintage is a very good year, some regions have even stood out and produced exceptional wines.
This is the case of Burgundy whose wines have a very good aging potential, Alsace, Beaujolais and Loire.
The red Bordeaux are also out of the game with exceptional aging potential!
The Bordeaux liqueurs are also fabulous, aromatic and deep with also a very long aging potential.
Champagnes are not to be outdone towards Trépail, Verzenay and Verzy.
The Rhône Valley is also doing well but the aging will be average
The 2017 vintage is a little more complicated than the following years, would the series of years in 7 have struck again?
However, do not panic if your son, nephew, was born that year, some regions have managed to stand out!
In Alsace, the Rieslings and Muscats Grands Crus are superb! The Pinots Gris were a little less spoiled.
In Bordeaux, in the Médoc, and particularly Saint-Estèphe, the reds are superb, even if they will not keep very long.
In Graves, the quantities are low but the quality is there for the reds and the whites. The sweet wines are fine and delicious, to drink fairly quickly.
In Burgundy, the whites are ripe and fresh with very good aging potential, the reds are also successful, especially on Pommard, Corton, in short the Côte de Beaune.
In Champagne, superb Chardonnays on the Côte des Blancs!
Cornas, Côte-Rotie, Chateauneuf, Gigondas and Vacqueyras are very beautiful, the whites were less spoiled this year.
Overall, the 2016 vintage was a great success throughout France. The greatest one are:
Red: Bordeaux, Burgundy, Rhone, South-West
Sweet: Bordeaux, Loire, South-West
WUAT's opinion: If you are lucky enough to have a link with this vintage, a birth or an important event, take advantage of it, they will make wonderful wines for aging.
The 2015 vintage is overall very good.
Special mention for the following wines:
Red: Bordeaux, Burgundy, Rhône valley
If you are lucky enough to have a connection with this vintage, anniversary or event to celebrate. Do not hesitate to include some in your cellar, they will age particularly well.
The 2014 vintage in turn suffers the curse of vintages in 4, it is the same as the 7, but as always, do not panic, if it is a symbolic year for you, birth, meeting, marriage, we always find regions and appellations that stand out!
In Alsace, prefer Rieslings, Sylvaners and Pinots Noirs.
Pauillac and Saint-Estèphe stand out in Bordeaux as well as Graves (red and white), they even have a great aging potential! The sweet Bordeaux wines, as they often do, also stand out.
The Côtes de Beaune and Nuits Rouges are also in the spotlight. The whites of the Côte de Beaune are fresh even if the Meursault have suffered a little from the hail. Pouilly-Fuissé is also doing very well.
In Champagne, Pinots Noirs are particularly successful!
The Sancerres and Vouvrays, in the Loire, are harmonious.
The whites of the Côtes du Rhône are fresh and tense, the reds are charming in Cornas and are generally successful throughout the region.
The 2013 vintage will not be remembered as an exceptional vintage. The difficult weather conditions created havoc all over the place.
Let's take a look at the appellations and regions that have done well given the climate.
Saint-Estèphe and Margaux are successful wines, despite a limited aging potential. The white Graves wines are expressive while the reds are light.
Pomerols and Merlots are fresh and tight wines, with a guard, of course, always limited in time. As for the sweet wines, they often do very well!
In Burgundy, the quantities are minimal, too much damage caused by the weather, but fine, mineral and delicate whites, Meursault, Puligny, Chassagne and Corton stand out. In reds, Nuits-St-Georges, Chambolle-Musigny and Vosne-Romanée are also produced in small quantities but very successful.
In Champagne, the chardonnays are successful, special mention for the Aÿ sector.
Saint-Peray, Cornas and St-Joseph are doing well in Côtes du Rhône.
The 2012 vintage is quite heterogeneous. Let's see together which appellations and regions have stood out.
In Médoc, the Cabernets have not matured well everywhere, the wines do not have a long aging potential, we must favor the dominant Merlot.
In the Graves, the whites are balanced, the sauvignons superb and the reds leaky. The Libournais Merlots are top notch!
In Sauternes the wines are supple and light but to drink quickly.
In Chablis, the wines are tender and balanced, it is the Burgundy sector which is privileged for this year.
Gevrey, Beaune and Chambolle-Musigny are at the top with a very long aging potential. The Meursault and Pulignys are very elegant.
In Champagne, the Pinots Noirs from the Montagne de Reims, Cramants and Chouilly from the Côte des Blancs, stand out.
In the Côtes du Rhones, the whites are complex, the Syrah gourmet, Cornas stands out.
The 2011 vintage is quite good overall although heterogeneous.
Very good successes in the north of the Médoc with dense and tannic wines, as well as in the Graves where the reds are charming and the whites are aromatic and lively.
Pomerol and Saint-Emilion also stand out. In the sweet bordeaux, promising wines.
In Chablis, the wines are balanced with good acidity giving them great aging potential.
In Côtes de Nuits, the wines are delicious, the Pommards are very successful.
The Meursaults are balanced and the Puligny-Montrachet very beautiful.
In Champagne, the Pinots Noirs are successful and the Chardonnays of good quality.
In the Loire, pretty dry chenins but with limited aging.
In Provence, very large Bandols and beautiful Côteaux-d'Aix.
Successful Côte-Rôties and Condrieux for the Rhône Valley.
The 2010 vintage is particularly grandiose in Bordeaux. In Médoc the Cabernets-Sauvignons are sublime, the aging time is extraordinary, forget them in the cellar for a few decades, the same with the Graves.
The Pomerols and Saint-Emilions are also spoiled by this vintage, which should also be kept in the cellar for a very long time.
The Sauternes are open aromatic, they can stay less long in the cellar.
The Burgundies are not left out, in Chablis, the wines are nervous and fruity, it is already possible to taste them, in the Côtes de Beaune and Nuits, the red wines are very fruity, concentrated and fresh with velvety tannins. sleep in the cellar for many years. The Whites are nervous and dynamic there, sometimes a little rich but there too the guard is optimal.
In Champagne, Pinots Noirs and Chardonnays stand out!
Cornas, Côte-Rôties and Condrieux stand out in the Rhône Valley, the Châteauneufs are fresh and balanced, and here again, we can expect a long aging potential.
The 2009 vintage is a great vintage, it's no secret!
All the regions were able to produce great wines and some regions even very great wines!
In the Médoc, the wines are balanced and the Cabernet Sauvignons are sumptuous, in the Libournais, the wines are rich and velvety, all of them have a very long aging potential!
This is a legendary vintage for Sauternes, no flaws! An extraordinary guard!
In Chablis, the wines are frank, ripe with liveliness, they can be tasted now.
Splendid reds in the Côtes de Nuits and great successes in Corton.
The whites of the Côte de Beaune are balanced on cold terroirs.
Fine Pinots Noirs on the Montagne de Reims.
In the Côtes du Rhône, the whites are racy, the complex reds, Saint-Joseph, Hermitages and Vacqueyras are superb!
The 2008 vintage is rather a good vintage but quite heterogeneous.
Very good successes in Saint-Julien and Pauillac, on the whole the Merlots are more ripe than the Cabernets.
In the Graves, the vintage is classic with freshness, the whites are expressive.
The Pomerols and Saint-Emilion are successful, the Merlots are ripe.
In Burgundy, warm soils should be favored for the reds. On the whites, the wines are elegant, special mention for Meursault and Puligny-Montrachet.
In Champagne, the yields are low but the Pinots Noirs are superb.
In the Côtes du Rhones, the Condrieux, Côte-Rôties and Cornas are delicious, the whites are mineral.
The 2007 vintage does not escape the "curse" of vintages in 7, namely not the vintage of the century but as always we manage to find regions and appellations which have managed to do well.
In Bordeaux, the Médoc stands out from afar, with rather tender and well-constituted wines even if the aging potential will not be very long.
In the Graves, there are very great balanced and refined whites, in the reds, the Cabernets are elegant.
Pomerol is more homogeneous than Saint-Emilion, a lot of heterogeneity in this corner of Bordeaux.
On the other hand, the sweet wines are superb and balanced, they have a very long aging potential.
In Burgundy, bet on Gevrey-Chambertin, Pommard and Nuits-St-Georges. In Côtes de Beaune, the wines are heterogeneous.
Meursault, Saint-Aubin and Saint-Romain are successful on the white side.
In Champagne, it is the year of Chardonnays, aromatic power and freshness are at the rendezvous.
In the Rhône Valley, the Condrieux are on the minerality, the Côte-Rôties and Hermitage on the finesse.
Châteauneuf, Vacqueyras and Rasteau come out on top with tasty wines.
The 2006 vintage is heterogeneous.
In Bordeaux, the Saint-Julien are well structured and the Cabernet Sauvignon successful.
The red Pessac-Léognan are superb, the aromatic and balanced whites.
Very great wines on Pomerols, the Merlots are ripe and well balanced.
In Sauternes, the wines are balanced and aromatic with freshness.
In Burgundy, the wines are fleshy. Chambertin, Bonnes-Mares and Chambolle-Musigny are superb.
In the whites, great successes at Meursault, Saint-Aubin and Corton-Charlemagne.
In Champagne, it is the Pinots Noirs that stand out and the terroirs of Aÿ, Verzy, Avize and Oger.
Beaux Hermitages and Côte-Rôties in the Rhône Valley as well as in Chateauneuf and Gigondas, the Syrahs are superb even if some wines will be a little light.
The 2005 vintage is successful in most regions.
In Bordeaux, in the Médoc, a beautiful homogeneity on all the appellations with powerful and balanced wines and a very long aging potential.
In the Graves, the reds are rich and generous, the whites very balanced, but the aging time is limited.
Concentration and maturity in the wines of Libournais, very great wines to taste!
In Sauternes, it's a superb vintage! Endowed with a very long aging potential, the wines are opulent and racy, the botrytis is pure.
In Burgundy, a great vintage of legend! Superb materials and perfectly balanced wines.
In the whites, Corton-Charlemagne is at the top! Rich and very aromatic wines.
In Champagne, the chardonnays are very successful.
In the Rhône Valley, fruity and gourmet red wines, elegant whites. The Châteauneufs and Gigondas are superb, tannic wines with a long aging potential.
A mixed 2004 vintage, but rather good overall.
The yields are high for this vintage in the Médoc, Saint-Julien is clearly in the lead. In Graves, the reds are harmonious, the whites are fresh and fruity, especially the sauvignon.
In the Libournais, the Pomerols are fleshy and fruity although they have suffered from drought, the St-Emilion aromatic and balanced.
In Sauternes, this is not the vintage of the century, the wines are light and not suitable for long aging.
In Burgundy, Vosne, Gevrey and Chambolle stand out, the wines are balanced. The Whites are bold and fresh.
In Champagne, there is good potential on Chardonnays and Meuniers.
Beautiful Cornas in the Rhône Valley, the wines are elegant and delicious. The whites are a little less spoiled than the reds because of the large yields. The Châteauneufs and Gigondas are excellent!
The 2003 vintage is fairly decent in all regions.
The Margaux lack a little density but the Saint-Estèphes and Pauillacs are superb! In the Graves, the cabernet sauvignons are successful.
Great successes in Saint-Emilion.
In Sauternes, it is a rich vintage.
In Burgundy, there are low yields, the quality is heterogeneous, but there are dense and complex wines on the reds and high density on the whites.
We note the concentration on the Champagne cuvées, the Chardonnay is however less successful this year.
In the Rhône Valley, certain terroirs have suffered from the heat but there are very concentrated wines and superb Châteauneufs.
The 2002 vintage is a success in Burgundy, there are exceptional successes on the Côte de Nuits for the reds, as for the whites they are not left out, the vintages are very dense.
But Bordeaux was particularly successful that year, especially in the north of the Médoc with Saint-Estèphe, Pauillac and Saint-Julien, as for the Graves, the wines are charming and balanced. The Sauternes are perfectly balanced.
In Champagne, the Chardonnays are aromatic, the Pinots Noirs generous.
The white wines of the Rhône Valley are rather successful, the reds are a little less spoiled.
In the Médoc, the 2001 vintage is an irreproachable great classic. In Graves it is "the" great vintage of the whites but there are also some very beautiful red wines not to be overlooked. The Libournais is not, either, to be outdone.
In Sauternes, it's almost perfection! The balance is perfect, there is no fault.
In Burgundy, the Côtes de Nuits stand out from the Côte de Beaune which is more irregular because of the hail. The whites are rather successful despite some problems of maturity.
2001 is unfortunately not the year of Champagne, however, few houses have released a vintage.
In the Rhône Valley, the reds are tannic and rich and there are some very beautiful Châteauneufs!
2000 is a very fine vintage in the Médoc but also in the Graves where the homogeneity of the whites is notable and where the reds have extraordinary aging potential. The Pomerols are superb, the wines are supple and smooth in the Libournais, it really is the year of Bordeaux not to be missed.
The Sauternes were a little less spoiled, due to the rain the harvest is poor, but despite everything there are some very elegant nuggets.
In Burgundy, it is quite heterogeneous but a good vintage despite everything. The whites are very beautiful and balanced.
In Champagne, the Pinots Noirs are superb, but the acidity is low enough, they will not be able to age forever.
Very great whites in the Côtes du Rhône, the reds are fleshy, powerful and generous.
1999 is a very good vintage in Bordeaux, especially in the Médoc where Margaux and Saint-Julien are very successful.
The reds in the Graves are also spoiled, the whites a little less.
In the Libournais, very good successes also with ripe grapes, we approach the wine for aging.
Very good first harvest in Sauternes, the second was unfortunately affected by the rain.
The Côtes de Nuits and Beaune are quite simply superb between Nuits and Volnay for the premiers and grands crus.
In Burgundy whites, rich wines, mature grapes and very great Meursaults.
Lots of yields in Sauternes but the pretty estates ensure some fine vintages.
The Côte-Rôties are simply terrible! It is a very beautiful vintage in this corner of the Rhône Valley. Grenaches were also favored this year.
The Côtes du Rhône are simply excellent in 1998!
But the wines of Bordeaux and Burgundy are not so far behind.
Although these regions stand out particularly in this vintage, it is on the whole a success in all the wine regions.
The vintages in 7 are never the most unforgettable from a wine point of view. And this was particularly marked by harsh weather conditions for the vines.
But in 1997, some regions had great successes, such as the North and South Rhône Valley.
The Sauternes are also very successful, as well as the white wines of Burgundy, the Beaujolais and the wines of the Loire.
It is Bordeaux which has benefited the less from this vintage, the harvest was early, but the wines are nevertheless tender and fruity, they simply will not benefit from exceptional aging.