The extensive wine list is available on line (see below) and I spent hours researching a selection. There are many great, expense wines on the list, but I tend to focus on the reasonably priced, hidden gems. I ordered a 1988 Denis Chevillon, Nuits-Saint-Georges, 1er cru, Les Chaignots. The reds from 1988 can be a very spotty, but the few wines that I have tasted from the vintage have been excellent. Light ruby in color and slightly browning on the rim, the wine appeared to be in excellent condition. The cork was firm and moist. Initially, the wine was bright and firm on the palate and an orange peel flavor was strongly present. After an hour, however, the wine became sweeter in the mouth and developed a rounder texture. Chaignots is located on the northern side of Nuits, near Vosne-Romanee, and this wine showed a resemblance to those of that neighboring village. The tannins suddenly melted away, and revealed an elegant, pure wine. This bottle appeared to be the product of an old school approach to winemaking and I thoroughly enjoyed this wine. I have not been able to find any other record of wines bottled under the Denis Chevillon label, but I suspect that this wine is the same as the Chaignots labeled Robert Chevillon. The design of the label was identical to Robert Chevillon and the importer was also Kermit Lynch. Denis Chevillon is one the two brother’s currently in charge of the domaine. Hopefully, I will be able to find an answer to this mystery. By the way, after my 20% discount, the bottle coast $80.