Côte de Beaune


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    Production was sadly down by about 2/3s, which is a great shame. The fruit is from the Côte de Beaune, around Pommard, which explains the lack of grapes! What there is is punchy and intense with nice bright, earthy aromas and a stylish finish. Drink from now.

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    Just what you want from a Volnay; elegant, textured with fresh, red fruit flavours and excellent length. Drink from now.

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    Classic style Volnay but with more depth and punch than the 2011, which was very much on the fruit. This has added depth and intensity. Drink from 2016.

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    A new addition to the range this year and an appellation very much suited to Guillaume and Tomoko`s winemaking style, which highlights the fruits and freshness of it rather than the austerity. Lots of cultured, juicy red fruits here. Really attractive. Drink from now.

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    This has a delightful delicatesse about it. There is freshness and bite and great consistency through the palate. Attractive subtle nuances, no sledge hammers here!Drink from 2016

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    Its quite an achievement to get such finesse and vibrancy into a Morgeot as they have here. The more clay based soil tends to bulk up the wines from this Cru but here we have a wine of purity and biscuity raciness. Drink from 2017

  • Very pretty, raspberry-fruited red with hints of earth and stone. Refined tannins and fresh bite. Drink from 2016

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    As svelte as the Pommard but lusher with more sweet flesh and prettiness. There is some structure hidden beneath the overt fruit that will allow the wine to truly blossom over the next few years. Drink from 2017

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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 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

  • 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 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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    From what were once the vines from the Château de Puligny property that Étienne bought a couple of years ago comes this delicious and intense generic that is like a mini Puligny. Precise, focused with a lithe undercurrent that carries the ripe fruit flavours to the finish. Drink from 2019.

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    The vines here are 95 years old and on very stony soil. The wine saw 15% new oak which just adds some texture and spice but basically the wine is beautifully clean, pure and lively; just what a serious Auxey Blanc should be.

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    Agnès used 25% whole bunch for this wine which added both structure and freshness. Red fruit dominated with crunchy, yet earthy and spicy undertones. Very attractive and will be a perfect lunchtime Burgundy.

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    This is basically the same juice but with a contrasting élévage, spending an extr a2/3 months is large barrels before being transferred to stainless steel tanks for a further 4 months. Consequently, the wine is richer and rounder but bit at all heavy and the stony minerality still fights its corner, adding drive and vitality.

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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 is such a gorgeous wine. Complex and inviting on the nose, the palate dances with bright fruit and stony minerality. Racy and crystalline yet intense and deceptively concentrated. Great length and extract. Lovely. Drink from 2017

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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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    ‘Les Tillets’ is a nice mix of clay and stone, sitting along from ‘Narvaux’ near the to the slope. This is still a little backward but has plenty of richness and weight and should evolve very nicely. Drink from 2019.

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    ‘Les Tillets’ is a nice mix of clay and stone, sitting along from ‘Narvaux’ near the to the slope. This is still a little backward but has plenty of richness and weight and should evolve very nicely. Drink from 2019.

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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.

  • This was looking really excellent, its tight, compact attack giving way to a rich mid-palate of texture and character. Puligny with a hint of Meursault! Drink from 2019.

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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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    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.

  • Worth holding for at least a year before drinking. The inherent fruit and richness combined with the racy, linear style of the domaine make for a very classy Bourgogne Blanc. Drink from 2019.

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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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    For a Charmes this is quite cool and floral, with good layers and structure that give it purpose and definition. Plenty to come. Drink from 2019. Arguably the most “Meursault-like” of all the Meursaults, being that little bit richer and voluminous yet Charles still keeps things in check and balanced. There is a nice, fresh core to support the textural fruit flavours and lots of length.