Côte Chalonnaise


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    This comes from 60 year old vines and offers ripe, red forest berry on the nose and palate, good concentration of fruit in the middle and soft tannins, nice length. Drink from 2018.

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    This has dark fruit aromas, with floral notes, good concentration and purity on the palate. It’s very gourmand with salivating acidity and good structure. Drink from 2019.

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  • A great Mercurey! Lots of red fruits on the nose, big volume of berry fruit on the palate too, concentrated and intense, with nice purity of fruit. The finish is very classy and long. Drink from 2019.

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  • Fresh and floral nose, with bright red fruits on the palate, good energy and grip and lovely finish. Drink from 2018.

  • Wine

    This is really quite grown up with wonderful polish and poise. Strawberries and cream aromas, silky tannins and stylish, fine featured fruit flavours. Drink from 2019.

  • Wine

    This needs a couple of years in the cellars but you will be glad you showed patience. It has so much potential for a humble Rully. Glossy, sophisticated tannins bound up a palate of cool forest fruits and spice. This is elegant yet very intense and beautifully harmonious.

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    This is a little more serious and backward with more power and structure. There is earth but also blackcurrants and cream on the nose and a touch of spice, too. Needs a couple of years but will be very good. Drink from 2017

  • Wine

    This is quite backward, the clay elements of the soil providing a powerful structure and depth of fruit. There is some spice and and some dark, earthy fruits all lifted by a fresh mid-palate that drives the entire thing. Drink from 2019.

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    This is quite a different animal, more substantial, more brooding. The clay elements in the soil provide weight and structure and this is a wine that will age well. Plenty of fruit underneath the framework. Drink from 2019.

  • Wine

    This is a very different animal. There is more clay in the soil here and the wine is much broader and more robust. There is stong structure and weight yet it finishes with real focus. It will need some time but should evolve very well.

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    This is aged entirely in barrel with about 25% new oak. It shows some oak spice in youth but underneath there is a real weight of fruit and the finish is long and inviting. Sophisticated and stylish. Drink from 2019.

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    This is more backward, as one might expect, but it is more concentrated and has more length though it is less expressive currently. Again the oak is well integrated and as this fills out over the next couple of years it should take on a lovely, creamy, slightly spicy character.

  • Wine

    From a well-sited plot of vines just below the 1ers Crus this is aged in a mix of stainless, steel, old barrels and a few new ones (about 20%). Too much steel and the wine might be too lean, too much oak then too heavy. This seems to be just right. There is plenty of richness but there is drive and good acid on the finish lifting the fruit and adding length and interest. Drink from 2017.

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    Once upon a time this wine was a mix of two vineyards but now it comes from just one plot that nestles just below the 1ers Crus. There is about 20% new oak which is well integrated and the wine is lively and citrussy with real drive and momentum.

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    An absolute cracker for the money showing lots of bright, red fruits and a fresh crunchiness that invigorates the palate. Drink from 2017.

  • Wine

    This is such a lovely expression of cool, crunchy Pinot Noir. Fleshy, red fruited and already quite delicious. Perfect lunchtime Bugrundy.

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