Côte de Beaune


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    Narvaux is one of Meursault`s finest lieu dits and this is a brilliant example. Sitting just above Les Perrières, on very stony soil, this has amazing weight yet so much stoniness and chalky character with hints of flint and struck match. Energetic, pure and razor like.

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    This is lemony and lively, as it so often is in youth, with good tension and a sense of understatement. Controlled, well proportioned and nice underlying minerals.

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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 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 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

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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

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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 comes from a couple of plotsin Puligny is good locations. It is aged in 50% stainless steel and 50% oak. It is lively and fresh with some gentle minerality and really clean fruit. Works well and great value.

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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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    This has quite a rich attack but in fact finishes quite lean and taut. Appealing chalk elements underneath and good focus.

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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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    This is an excellent blend of Narvaux, Casse Tetes and Petit Charrons, the first providing tautness and minerality and the third some weight, coming as it does from the heart of the village. This is smokey, flint and citrussy with lovely, dynamic sweet fruit. Impressive and already very moreish.

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

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

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    The vines here are 70 years old and produce lovely bunches which Brian was happy not to destem at all. The soil is gravel over limestone and which imparts a dynamic, precise quality to the aromas and flavour. This is really quite lovely.

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    The vines here are 70 years old and produce lovely bunches which Brian was happy not to destem at all. The soil is gravel over limestone and which imparts a dynamic, precise quality to the aromas and flavour. This is really quite lovely.

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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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    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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    Always one of the finest wines in the cellar, displaying tannins of a sophistication more commonly associated with the Côte de Nuits. This is beautifully fragrant, with a lively, sweet attack, and excellent energy throughout.

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    Very classical Puligny from a plot just along from Montrachet.

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    Very classic Corton charlie; racy dynamic with lots of nervosité and raciness. Long, balanced and complex.

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    Very classic Corton charlie; racy dynamic with lots of nervosité and raciness. Long, balanced and complex.

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    1/3 whole cluster here. Because the bottom part of the vineyard was frosted a higher percentage of fruit came from the top part of the slope which has helped create a wine of greater lift and structure than usual. This will need time but the focus works well.

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    1/3 whole cluster here. Because the bottom part of the vineyard was frosted a higher percentage of fruit came from the top part of the slope which has helped create a wine of greater lift and structure than usual. This will need time but the focus works well.

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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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    With classic Burgundian clarity part of Valozières is 1er Cru and part is village. Etienne`s plot is the latter but borders the former. His lush style of fruit is a perfect foil for this often austere appellation and this is a delight. If only all Aloxe was this good. Quality tannins and delicious juicy fruit. Yes please.

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    This is a big cuvée in terms of production for the domaine, although you wouldn`t think so judging by the fact that we never have enough! However, in 2016 it was down by more than 60 barrels (1500 cases) which is a staggering amount. It is possibly a little more backward than usual but will no doubt hit its stride shortly. Currently there is a lovely intense leanness to the palate which will fill out and deepen as it ages. Excellent example.

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    Just four barrels of this as opposed to the usual 12! Still what there is looking great. A lovely savoury attack is followed by greater richness and structure which suggest a long life ahead.

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    From a vineyard close to Puligny this is a nice mix of bright freshness from the vineyard and easy roundedness from the vintage. Great value Bourgogne

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    This cuvée saw no new oak at all in 2016 and it works a treat. Rapier like on the nose, it has an core of electricity running through its middle that lifts and drives the impressively intense fruit flavours.