Côte de Beaune


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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, 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.

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    Quite extraordinary to get such perfumed aromatics out of a Pommard. Good tannins here and appealing fragrance throughout. Drink from 2016.

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    This is richer than the Monopole with a more overt fruit attack and slightly darker fruit flavours. However, the same elegance runs through the central palate - in fact for a Pommard it’s incredibly elegant. Lovely tannins, too. Drink from 2020.

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    This is perhaps more backward and more masculine than usual and more typically Pommard in style than usual, too. The structure is on display with some power and control, although the fruits remain red and fresh. Good potential. Drink from 2022.

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    This is perhaps more backward and more masculine than usual and more typically Pommard in style than usual, too. The structure is on display with some power and control, although the fruits remain red and fresh. Good potential. Drink from 2022.

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    This is a little more backward but still has lovely fragrance as Pézerolles should. Very savoury and fresh with good precision and bite.

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    There is less whole bunch here are the vines are younger but the handling is gentle and respectful, creating a wine of great prettiness of purity. A Pommard of real delciatesse.

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    There is less whole bunch here are the vines are younger but the handling is gentle and respectful, creating a wine of great prettiness of purity. A Pommard of real delciatesse.

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    Outstanding wine that supporters of upgrading Rugiens to a Grand Cru would be keen to use in evidence. Great power but very controlled, close knit and harmonious. Drink from 2018.

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    The vines here are also sixty years old but the wine is quite different. Perfectly located mid-slope, Rugiens is the best vineyard in Pommard and, although tighter in youth than the Epenots, this has more culture and stuffing combined which makes for potentially a very serious wine. Drink from 2018.

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    The star of the Pommard show. This has great elegance for a Rugiens and real balance and fragrance. This wasn’t the vintage to go for power and Etienne has nailed this. Drink from 2019.

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    The Grand Cru in waiting of Pommard. The malos here finished late and the wine is consequently backward and imposing. Very different to the Pézerolles, much more masculine and adolescent.

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    The Grand Cru in waiting of Pommard. The malos here finished late and the wine is consequently backward and imposing. Very different to the Pézerolles, much more masculine and adolescent.

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    This is a little more substantial as you might expect, although the tannins are again very fine. The fruit is a little darker with more spice and earth. No harshness and beautifully put together. Drink from 2019.

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    Fresh and elegant wine. There is a great energy to this with bright, fresh, mineral red berry fruit flavours. Good intensity and mouth feel, and very fine tannins. Drink from 2020.

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    This is very serious and altogether more pwerful. It has a really lovely texture and despite the power great finesse. It is glossy and polished with fine earthy fruit flavours, great energy and freshness and a lively, savoury finish. Top job.

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    The vines are a mere 112 years old! It is really pretty for a Pommard, with just the right amount of tannin and a good balance between structure and overt fruit. Really attractive. Drink from 2019.

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    Xavier has 2.2 hectares of this virtual monopole, of which about a third is over a 100 years old. It has lovely grainy aromas which mingle with an attractive earthiness. The mid-palate is pretty with bright red fruits and an elegance and refinement so rarely seen in this appellation. Good length and energy on the finish make the wine very complete. 20% new oak is just right and doesn’t interfere. A top example of village Pommard. Drink from 2019.

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    The vines are a mere 112 years old! It is really pretty for a Pommard, with just the right amount of tannin and a good balance between structure and overt fruit. Really attractive. Drink from 2019.

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    This vineyard lies to the right of you as you straighten up off the mini roundabout south of Beaune and head off towards Meursault. You will notice the little cabotte in the middle of the sandy-looking vineyard with Launay Horiot in big letters on the side. It a good vineyard but a tough one to work apparently such is the length of the rows. Working each row for a vineyard worker is like running the seemingly endless Newmarket Rowley Mile for a horse. This version has a lovely crunch and bite with some red fruit earthiness and bright berries. Tannin arrives just on the finish but merely lifts the flavours and focusses them.

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    This vineyard lies to the right of you as you straighten up off the mini roundabout south of Beaune and head off towards Meursault. You will notice the little cabotte in the middle of the sandy-looking vineyard with Launay Horiot in big letters on the side. It a good vineyard but a tough one to work apparently such is the length of the rows. Working each row for a vineyard worker is like running the seemingly endless Newmarket Rowley Mile for a horse. This version has a lovely crunch and bite with some red fruit earthiness and bright berries. Tannin arrives just on the finish but merely lifts the flavours and focusses them.

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    This is perhaps the best plot of village wine in Pommard, sitting just next to the mighty Les Rugiens. The fruit is dark and compact with plenty of black, spicy fruit, though it doesn`t succumb to heaviness. A 1er Cru perhaps, in all but name. Drink from 2018.

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    This comes from a staggering 12 different parcels. It is very Puligny in style, showing subtlety, finesse and purity. Very nicely made.

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    0.2 of a hectare of 35 year old vines from high up on the slope of Champ Gain. Just 4 barrels made, of which one was new. Lively, with some delicacy and real precision and focus. An excellent example. Drink from 2020.

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    This is chalkier still showing excellent aromas of flint, stone and salt. Light but pretty but with good weight and extract on the finish, where it really counts. Very Puligny.

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    Very classical Puligny from a plot just along from Montrachet.

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    Citrus and white orchard fruit suffused aromas. Lovely texture before culminating in a lingering and well-balanced finish.

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    Old vines again here (sixty years old) and a lot of small berries, meaning great concentration without being overworked. This is saline and mineral and really mouthwatering. Certainly the best Puligny ever made at this domaine. Drink from 2019

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    Just 0.55 of a hectare, with an average vine age of just over 60 years. The 30% of new oak adds a touch of spice, but is otherwise already integrated. Very concentrated with lots of texture and very long flavours. Drink from 2020.

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    Just 0.55 of a hectare, with an average vine age of just over 60 years. The 30% of new oak adds a touch of spice, but is otherwise already integrated. Very concentrated with lots of texture and very long flavours. Drink from 2020.

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    This vineyard is almost two in one. Half is quite rich soil whilst the other half is stony and limestone heavy. These juxtaposed characteristics each bring something different to the table, providing weight and texture on the hand and energy and minerality on the other. Works very well