About TTR WINE BROKERS
TTR Wine Brokers – Where No Overhead = Best Prices
We plan to re-invent the way you purchase wine. With TTR Wine Brokers, you will experience wine buying the way it should be, easy. As a member of the Wine Brokers program, you will receive personalized service from our knowledgeable and wine-savvy brokers and you will have the opportunity to purchase wines from around the world at unbeatable prices. Additionally, you will be invited to attend private tastings, you will receive e-mails to alert you to new and exciting wine-buying opportunities, and you will receive additional discounts over and above TTR’s already competitive prices. You won’t find this level of personal attention, service, and savings at any other wine retail store – anywhere!
Benefits of Being a Member:
How does it work? We will be your personal sommelier. Our wine brokers want to get to know you and the wines you love – they will learn your likes and dislikes, will let you know when a new wine arrives that you just have to try, and will introduce you to new wines that you may never have even considered tasting. Moreover, they will find you the wines that you already know you enjoy, and they will get them for you at the best prices available – they will meet or beat any retail price you can find in the country – locally, in the paper, or on the internet. Just let them know what you want, and if it’s available in this state, they can have it waiting for you in 48 hours or less.
Current Featured Wine
2005 Brintet Bourgogne
It's fairly common these days for people to pay upwards of $100 for 2005 Burgundies with scores close to triple digits; but many are overlooking the high quality of AOC and village level Burgundies that are drinking right out of the gate. I have been scooping up all of the '05 Bourgogne Reds I could get my hands on because of their firm backbone of acidity, balanced by fresh and fleshy red fruit character with complex notes of roasted meat, fruit pits, and chalk. One great Cote de Beaune grape grower characterized 2005 fruit as consisting of "perfect berries, solid and well-structured". This wine is a perfect testament to that observation.
Now about the Brintet family:
Originally of Italian descent, the Brintet family has been producing wine for more than four centuries. The Domaine currently encompasses 13 hectares, or about 27 acres, within the Mercurey appellation. The vineyards are spread over different areas, called climats, which produce wines with distinct characteristics, easily discernable upon tasting. Véronique and Luc Brintet focus first on the vines, striving for low yields and grapes harvested at the peak of polyphenolic maturity and in the best health. They also work closely with barrel makers to adapt the species of oak and the charring so that the flavors imparted are in perfect harmony with their wines. This, they believe, is essential to revealing the unique terroir of each one of their climats.
This Bourgogne Rouge is a terrific example of Pinot Noir from Burgundy's spectacular 2005 vintage.
The bottle price is an extremely reasonable $31.99 but comes down considerably with our Broker client discount of 15% on 6-packs ($27.19) and 20% on 12 btls or more ($25.59).
Why take a risk on $40+ Pinot from California, Oregon, or New Zealand when you can have a taste of a top-notch French vintage at a EURO=DOLLAR price.
It will go fast, so act fast.
2005 Brintet Bourgogne
Retail price: $31.99/btl.
6-pack price: $27.19/btl.
12 Bottles or more: $25.59/btl.
To order this wine or any others, please contact:
Christian Varas -