Côte de Beaune


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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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    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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    We have just shipped the 2012 St-Romain `Le Jarron` from Deux Montille, the progressive side project of Etienne and Alix de Montille. Talented Brian Sieve, who looks after the day to day running of the domaine wines, is also much more involved than previously and to very positive effect. We pulled the cork on this in the Tasting Room last week and it showed beautifully. St-Romain lies in the valley behind Meursault and Monthélie, just beyond Auxey-Duresses. The soil is incredibily chalky and stony but `Le Jarron` is a terrific south/south-west facing vineyard that gets good exposure which means perfect ripeness as well as lovely minerality. This example showed a mouthwatering mix of creaminess and saline minerals, with tension, purity and length. The oak is perfectly balanced and totally unobtrusive whilst the energy in the wine will make it a great food match for the right dish. If you`re looking for a classy alternative to St-Aubin then look no further. Drink now.

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    This is exceptional for the appellation. The vines here are 70 years old and the fruit comes mainly from one parcel. It has minerality but also complete ripeness. The tannins are perfect and really stylish. Excellent vlaue.

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    This was very badly affected by frost, the vineyard lying just behind the house and cuverie in the heart of the village. What a shame. This is certainly very concentated with some wild spice and hints of flower and plenty of weight. A touch of attractive struck match reduction, too adds another layer. Lovely

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    Tiny volumes of this, even less than usual. Classically elegant style, with minimal oak character and a subtle, harmonised texture of control and energy.

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    This is an excellent plot, lying just below Charmes on the Puligny side of Meursault. It was new in 2015 and this is a lovely follow on. It is tighter and more compact than the Barre with a well framed structure and sense of prupose. Very promising.

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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 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.

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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.

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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.

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    This old vine parcel was bought as recently as 2011 and Antoine may replant it this winter as the vines are very old and yields are alwys very low. This is quite rich for a Puligny, with full white fruit flavours and just enough foundation to give it focus and direction.

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    This lieu dit vineyard sits just below the 1er Cru Les Perrières and touches the famous monopole 1er Cru of Clos de la Mouchere. This is wonderfully stony in character and very Puligny. Stylish, savoury with strong dry extract on the finish and real electricity throughout. Lovely example.

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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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    This is a blend of 2 1ers Crus, with an emphasis on mineral, red fruits and balance rather than broad, overripe flavours. Will evolve into a delightful lunch time Pinot, although there is plenty of punch here. Drink from 2016.

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    Romain blends 2 vineyards (Les Duresses and Les Grands Champs) together to make this very stylish Auxey. This is very much on the red fruits with fresh, brambly aromas and flavours. Drink from 2017

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    The vines here are verging on 100 years old and lie on almost pure chalk so it is perhaps not surprising that this has an almost Chablis-like austerity which flirts magificently with the palate. Intense, dry and very long. Serious Montagny

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    This is just the 2nd vintage of this recent acquisition. The culture and poise of this wine is most appealing and there is good depth and length, too. Drink from 2017.

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    A new addition to the portfolio (7 barrels - 175 cases) and more akin in style to Serpentiers than Peuillets. Jean-Baptiste has handled the tannins well and there is lovely concentration. Drink from 2015.

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    JBS only acquired these vines back in 2010 and this is just his third vintage with them. The work he has done in the vineyard since then has brought this wine up to the level of the Serpentiers very quickly. The wine has control, punctuation and an impressive depth of fruit. Perhaps it`s more seductive but perhaps not! They`re both excellent and very good value. Drink from 2019.

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    This is one of the finest of Savigny`s 1ers Crus, and in JB`s hands it shows a lovely transparency and energy. There is a mix of red and black fruits which are vibrant and fresh and long. This will age well. Drink from 2018.

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    This is a blend of Les Duresses and En Champs. The tannins are wonderfully supple and the red fruit ripeness is very charming. The brightness of fruit that so typifies the vintage is really on show here and this shows very well, with good length and persistence. Drink from 2018.

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    JB bought this vineyard as recently as 2010 and each year, as he has got to know the vineyard better, the wine has taken on another dimension. This version combines gravelly minerality with ripe, earthy red fruits and lots of flesh. It has drive and energy from the stone which adds length and focus to the finish. Drink from 2020.

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    This is a blend of two 1ers Crus and is a fine example of how this vintage has added a delicious level of exoticism to appellations that can traditionally be a touch austere. The stony soil of the vineyard provides drive and energy whilst the warmth of the vintage brings lush, red fruits that fill the mouth. Drink from 2018

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    This comes from the Hautes Côtes de Nuits but Charles chose to declassify it down which is great for all of us as we get more wine for our money! Very much on the fruit and red fruit at that. Pretty and designed to drink in the early years.Drink from 2016

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    Four parcels, all around Puligny, are blended together to make this wine and it seems really nicely put together. There is some roundness of fruit, nice acid, decent extract on the finish and good weight. A really nice entry to the range. Drink from 2014.

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    From 6 different vineyard parcels (Les Combes, Les Closeaux, Les Parties, Les Prés de la Dame, Les Champerriers and Les Gagères) all dotted around Puligny, totalling 2.4 hectares. This is fresh and bright with nice rounded fruit flavours and a delicatesse in keeping with the commune. Drink from 2016.

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    Criots sits just under the Volnay 1er Cru Santenots and has a little more clay which adds a really appealing touch of richness to the underlying minerality. Drink from 2016.

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    This is the king of red Beaune, lying in the heart of the appellation. It’s quite grown up with structure and substance that will need some time. Drink from 2018.