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    If you think Corton is thin and weedy then try this and think again. Rich, ripe, voluptuous with a mix of red and black fruits and some earthy spice. Another Corton success from 2015. Drink from 2019.

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    Texturally very appealing, the tannins are really sophisticated and fruit cool yet dark and chewy. This cuvée has been on fire the past few vintages and this is another cracker.

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    This was a new wine in 2015 and a very welcome addition to the range it was, too. It was always going to be a tough act to follow such a strong début (2015 was a great vintage for the wines from Hautes Côtes) but this holds its own impressively. Quite lithe but ripe and bright with lovely energy and pure, clean, red fruit flavours. Very moreish.

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    Coming in at the same price as many estates’ generic Bourgogne, this is such a great value Pinot. It doesn’t see any new oak and the focus is on the bright, crunchy red fruit flavours of which there are many. Pure, clean and delicious. Drink from 2018.

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    Red fruits galore, crunchy, fresh and vibrant. Considering that this is the same price as a middling Bourgogne it offers terrific value for money. Lots of very attractive wine for your buck!

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    This vineyard sits largely on the plane and lower slopes and has much more clay than limestone. Consequently, the wine is broad, structured and powerful. There is some sappiness from the oak (About 20% new and well judged) and a masculinity that bodes well for longevity. There is an awful lot of wine here for the money. Drink from 2017.

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    This vineyard sits largely on the plane and lower slopes and has much more clay than limestone. Consequently, the wine is broad, structured and powerful. There is some sappiness from the oak (About 20% new and well judged) and a masculinity that bodes well for longevity. There is an awful lot of wine here for the money. Drink from 2017.

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    This vineyard comes from the flatter part of the appellation where there is more clay and consequently the wine is more powerful and structured. This works particularly well in this richer vintage with the weight of fruit nicely balancing its inherent power. It’s alittle more backward than the Fussières but has plenty of scope to age very well. Drink from 2020.

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    Roussots is based on the flatter part of Maranges where there is more clay and this wine is more powerful and full bodied. It always takes longer to come round and this year will be no different. If you like older shcool Burgundies you will prefer this to La Fussière.

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    This is a big vineyard and perhaps Maranges` most famous. As you approach the village from Santenay it occupies the steep slope to the right of he main road. It`s a great site, full of interesting soils. Bertrand is lucky enough to have some very old vines here and the depth of flavour they create is impressive but the most exciting element of this wine is the the precision and complexity of the fruit which is detailed and vibrant. One of the best value wines in this entire offer. Drink from 2017.

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    Bertrand’s vines are old and are well-sited at the top of the slope. There is a strong mineral element running through this wine and the tannins are really quite fine. The weight and complexity arrives on the long finish. Good potential here. Drink from 2018.

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    Bertrand actually has 6 parcels of Fussières (making up nearly 3 hectares) dotted around the vineyard which helps give a very complete, complex wine. The vines are between 30 and 70 years old and the wine sees 30% new oak. Lovely blue fruits abound with really good tannins and an effortless finesse. Stylish and impressive. Drink from 2019.

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    Like so many vignerons in `16 Bertrand adapted his vinification and preferred pumping over to pigeage, avoiding extracting too much power. With this Fussière it worked especially well as the tannins and structure are very fine. The fruit is well defined and precise and there is excellent persistence.

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    This is really quite high toned and mineral, thanks mainly to the austerity of the soil, although there is more clay than the style would suggest. Lively and full of vigour, this punctuates the fruitiness of the vintage really well. Drink from 2016.

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    This vineyard lies some way up the slope and is beautifully precise and mouthwatering. Limes and stone dominate and the sapidity begs for another glass. Drink from 2018

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    From the higher parts of Meursault, on the Puligny side, where the soil is fairly poor, this shows lively, citrussy character and quite a strict approach, especially for this vintage. Good zing and bite. Drink from 2019.

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    Antoine has 2 parcels of Blagny, one of which is 70 years old. There is excellent extract here and real stoniness, with almost a fumé element which is very inviting. Concentrated but lean in texture with citrus elements and stone fruit. Real substance on the finish.

  • The token white! This has amazing freshness, especially so for the Cru. It feels almost more like a Genevrieres than a Charmes, Loving the style and elegance of this wine. Drink from 2017

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    We step up a gear here for what is a very complete and complex wine. Texturally imposing and remarkable intensity and presence. Serious stuff. Drink from 2018.

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    The Ballot-Millot style gives the taut, reductive, mineral core and the gentle use of new oak adds a touch of spice, but there is an opulence to this Genevrières which adds a hedonistic dimension that is impossible to ignore. Lots of substance and great balance. Drink from 2019. Tasting this earlier this month, the first time since January, it was evident just how much this has come on since its infancy. The tell-tale reductive tautness of Charles’ winemaking combines beautifully with the natural opulence of the fruit. Excellent control and balance throughout. Lots of potential here.

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    Very nice minerality for a Meursault, but then it is Perrières! Deceptively backward, with good stoniness and dry extract on the finish. Plenty to come. Drink from 2016.

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    Yields here were down at 23 hectolitres per hectare (only 65 cases of 12 were made) and the natural concentration is easy to see. There is plenty of power and strong extract but also very good freshness and bite. Drink from 2017.

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    This makes a lovely contrast with the Puligny version. There is all the taut stonyness one looks for from the vineyard but then also the intense, compact, richness of serious Meursault, too. Impressive. Drink from 2017.

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    This may also be a Perrières but it is very much Meursault over Puligny in style, with excellent weight and mouthfeel. Harmonious, in proportion and really concentrated. Drink from 2019.

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    Philippe’s other Perrières but from Meursault this time. This is rich and quite compact with some floral notes mingling with almost lush but balanced fruit. Good density and matter here. Drink from 2020.

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    Philippe’s other Perrières but from Meursault this time. This is rich and quite compact with some floral notes mingling with almost lush but balanced fruit. Good density and matter here. Drink from 2020.

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    This vineyard was not frosted at all. It is quite rich and broad but also quite backward and less `en place` than the Puligny 1ers Crus. Needs time; promising.

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    This vineyard was not frosted at all. It is quite rich and broad but also quite backward and less `en place` than the Puligny 1ers Crus. Needs time; promising.

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    This is an impressive wine another one that came from the Château de Puligny purchase. The extract is excellent and it is really Perrières in style with stone, flowers and white spice all having a shout. 20% new oak is just right. Lively and good bite. Drink from 2019.

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    This is an impressive wine another one that came from the Château de Puligny purchase. The extract is excellent and it is really Perrières in style with stone, flowers and white spice all having a shout. 20% new oak is just right. Lively and good bite. Drink from 2019.

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    This also come from the Ch de Puligny part of the operation and show real tautness and salty crystaline qualities.