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    Aux Thorey is situated on the slopes just north of Nuits on the Vosne side of the village and tends to produce a more feminine style of Nuits with a delightful aromatics and fragrance. This has plenty of spice and earth and is more Nuits than Vosne, with some structure and flesh. Drink from 2017-2025

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    100% wholebunch here and 50% new oak. Thorey lies just to the north of Nuits on the Vosne side, and this is quite lush and polished with a nice refinement running through to the long finish. Drink from 2020.

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    This is one of the best Pernands that Guillaume has made. It was the last parcel to be picked and its richness and power is quite evident. Good ripeness from start to finish and really good length. This should reward extensive ageing. Drink from 2020.

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    Lots of bright berry fruit, good volume and juice in the middle palate with quite strict tannins, grip and crunch on the finish. This is very pleasing for Pernand at this stage in life and will age well. Drink from 2019-2025.

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    Without doubt this is the best Pernand Guillaume has ever made. Again no pigeage but the fruit is so cool. There is a noble fragrance and polish not normally associated with this appellation. For the money this is an absolute steal.

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    Obviously it wasn’t an easy vintage to the appellation but again Bertrand has managed to avoid the often austere, overly robust nature of many Pommards. This is surprisingly pretty, though the fruits are darker and more brooding than those in the Chassagne. However, there is no harshness here and much pleasure to be had. Drink from 2017

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    Obviously it wasn’t an easy vintage to the appellation but again Bertrand has managed to avoid the often austere, overly robust nature of many Pommards. This is surprisingly pretty, though the fruits are darker and more brooding than those in the Chassagne. However, there is no harshness here and much pleasure to be had. Drink from 2017

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    The Volnay is so rich that the Pommard almost tastes light in comparison but this is no bad thing as too powerful a Pommard can be hard work. Guillaume seems to have got the balance right here, with a mid weight fruit attack and then some nice tannins to give focus and drive on the finish. Drink from 2019.

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    This wine will need some time. It has plenty of richness and ripe fruit on the attack before the natural tannins of Pommard kick in. Structured and powerful. Drink from 2021

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    This is so elegant for a Pommard, with very sophisticated tannins. Like very few Pommards we have tasted. Very bright fragrant fruits aromas and flavours and a lovely tingly spine. Cultured. Drink from 2017

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    This closes down on the finish but is less backward than the Aloxe and in fact a very nice example of Pommard. More red fruits than black, with structure and tannin but balanced tannins. Will need time but very promising.

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    Clos Blanc is a smallish vineyard that lies just to the south of Les Grands Epenots. This has nice focus, purity and bite but the back palate is a touch backward and needs time. It is deceptively structured as the tannins are fine but the the structure is ageworthy Pommard.

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    Clos Blanc is a smallish vineyard that lies just to the south of Les Grands Epenots. This has nice focus, purity and bite but the back palate is a touch backward and needs time. It is deceptively structured as the tannins are fine but the the structure is ageworthy Pommard.

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    This is a monopole vineyard that sits right in the heart of Pommard to the south of the village. It is a genuine clos with Poutures totalling 2/3rds of a hectare. Strongly aromatic with flowers and fresh herbs, it shows very dainty tannins and a really pretty fruit character. Lightish in colour, (stems do take colour from wine) it is a very feminine and very delightful Pommard. Drink from 2018.

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    This is a monopole vineyard that sits right in the heart of Pommard to the south of the village. It is a genuine clos with Poutures totalling 2/3rds of a hectare. Strongly aromatic with flowers and fresh herbs, it shows very dainty tannins and a really pretty fruit character. Lightish in colour, (stems do take colour from wine) it is a very feminine and very delightful Pommard. Drink from 2018.

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    100% stems here on this monopole which really works, giving the wine lift, drive and gorgeously fresh, transparent red fruit flavours. Delicious, and particularly so for a young Pommard.

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    The biggest holding of the domaine by some way which is the main reason there is actually some stock to sell. There is plenty of ripeness and good depth and intensity. Will take some time to re-emerge from its slumber. Drink from 2020.

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    Xavier has half a hectare of this vineyard, which lies just to the south of the village below Les Rugiens. It is a little fuller in style than the Clos Blanc but maintains focus and poise nicely. Drink from 2020.

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    This is made up of 2 parcels, one of 40 years of age, the other of 50 and sees about 40% new oak. Strong, dark, juicy earthy flavours abound with real intensity throughout the mid-palate. There is a purposeful linear quality to the wine that gives it direction and purity and really lifts the fruit. Drink from 2020.

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    Xavier has half a hectare of this vineyard, which lies just to the south of the village below Les Rugiens. It is a little fuller in style than the Clos Blanc but maintains focus and poise nicely. Drink from 2020.

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    This vineyard sits just below Les Rugiens-Bas in the heart of the village. The soil has a touch less iron and the wine is a lightly lighter than the Rugiens but well focussed with intense, earthy crunchy fruit flavours.

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    This vineyard sits just below Les Rugiens-Bas in the heart of the village. The soil has a touch less iron and the wine is a lightly lighter than the Rugiens but well focussed with intense, earthy crunchy fruit flavours.

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    This vineyard sits just below Les Rugiens-Bas in the heart of the village. The soil has a touch less iron and the wine is a lightly lighter than the Rugiens but well focussed with intense, earthy crunchy fruit flavours.

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    Unsurprisingly this is less well known than some 1ers Crus in this appellation as it is only about a hectare in size, more than half of which is owned by de Courcel. This has dark fruit flavours, black cherry and spice. Good tannins here and very nicely out together. Drink from 2017.

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    Unsurprisingly this is less well known than some 1ers Crus in this appellation as it is only about a hectare in size, more than half of which is owned by de Courcel. This has dark, imposing fruit flavours, black cherry and spice. Good tannins here and very nicely out together. Drink from 2019.

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    Arguably more classic Pommard in style, the fruit being a little darker and earthier than the Pézerolles. Chunkier and more masculine. Wayne Rooney against David Beckham. (we`ll save Messi and Ronaldo comparisons for the Côte de Nuits!). Drink from 2017.