Rick, I can facilitate you having access to this bottling in Bay Area:
Domaine Potel Bourgogne Rouge 'Maison Dieu' 2007
"This is the oldest parcel owned by the Domaine, bought by my parents in 1978, situated in the commune of Pommard and planted in 1928. This is an old massale selection producing small, concentrated berries which always produce a well-balanced wine. Organically farmed since 1992, this parcel was our first reference point to evaluate the high quality of fruit resulting from organic viticulture. 2007 Harvest Notes: This is a precocious parcel, but we waited for optimal maturity, so we harvested in early September. One vatting was whole cluster, the other destemmed, which brings complexity to the wine. Both vattings lasted 28 days with treading, crushing by foot, of the grapes and light pumping over. Aged in second- and third-use barrels, the wine was bottled without racking in September 2008. Production was 15,438 bottles and 120 magnums."
2007 is unique, of course, in that it is the first and only vintage of Domaine Potel label.
We could have your local retailer bring the wine in specifically for you(the wine is currently in inventory in Northern California). Cost would be somewhere around $22-25 per bottle depending on your local retailer's mark-up. I assure you this price is significantly discounted based on Ex-Cellar price from Nicholas Potel in addition to the "normal" import, wholesale, and retailer mark-ups in the USA. The 2007 wines from Domaine Potel, while extemely well made, were not inexpensive.
8313254240 is my cell. You phoned me previously when discussing purchasing Jasper Morris' book.
I have yet to see 2008 vintage wines from the Domaine in USA.