Côte de Nuits


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    These vines came from the Moillard deal in 2005 and they lie to the north of the village on the Vosne side. It`s a wine very much in the style of a northern Nuits, displaying more aromatics and femininity than its southern counterparts. A very seductive Nuits indeed. Drink from 2017.

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    This is the only 1er Cru that Gouges have north of Nuits on the Vosne side.This is singing, with black fruits mingling with red ones. Very stylish and polished. Drink from 2019

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    This special wine comes from mutated Pinot Noir vines that Henri discovered back in the ‘30s when wandering through the vineyard one afternoon.Cuttings have subsequently been taken and planted up in the Hautes-Côtes, producing Gouges’ delicious Bourgogne Pinot Blanc, as well as been given to other domaines. This ‘Pinot Gouges’ as it’s now famously known, produces wines of both character and longevity, although sadly this Perrières is only ever made in tiny quantities, never more than 6 barrels (150 cases). This 2015 has plenty of substance and matter with hints of spice and minerals from the stony soil. This should age well. Drink from 2018.

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    This is the famous mutated Pinot Noir planted on the chalky soil of Les Perrières which, co-incidentally is perhaps more suited to producing white wines than red wines! Hints of honey, white flower, wax and spice all mingle for attention.

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    This is a fabulous wine in its own right, although its history and unique character add a certain additional appeal. Production was small, just six barrels, of which 1 was new. There is spice, stone and flowers with a hint of blackcurrantn leaf and unevolved honey. Drink from 2018

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    The Nuits seemed to have flourished at Grivot this year with both the village version and the Pruliers also standing out. But this was the pick. It`s a classic Boudots with all the Vosne voluptuousness one could want sexing up the Nuits minerality and earthiness. Classy, refined and refreshing. Drink from 2020

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    It has really attractive mid-palate flesh and strong fragrance all the way through. Drink from 2017.

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    Didiers is a monopole of the Hospice de Nuits and is highly regarded as one of the best sites in Nuits. It lies to the south of the village close to the likes of Les St Georges. This has very nice purity and elegance with good minerality and spice. Plenty of intensity and very classic. Drink from 2016

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    Every year Pruliers just gets better and better and really bridges the gap from the Porrets to the top two. It is a blend of a parcel of very old vines and a parcel of fairly young vines which seems to give a wonderful balance and complexity to the wine. Great polish, fragrance and intensity. Serious stuff.

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    Pruliers lies to the north of the southern vineyards and stretches just a little higher up the slope. The domaine has a couple of parcels, one of younger vines, which used to go into the village wine, and one of sixty years plus. The addition of the younger vine fruit has added drive and freshness to concentrated old vine juice in recent years and Pruliers is now not far behind the 2 big guns of Vaucrains and Les St Georges. There is a fair bit of milleranderage, especially higher up the slope, which also increases intensity. This 2005 is still youthful with plenty of structure and power. Drink from 2015-2030

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    You have to love Pruliers. A parcel of old vines is assembled with one of youngish wines to make a formidable Nuits of real gravity and grace. Controlled, profound and seductive all at the same time. Drink from 2020

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    2 parcels here, one of old vines and one of younger vines which together produce a very serious Nuits. Though on the same line as the Porrets there seems almost more lift, perhaps as a result of the breeze coming down the valley and hitting Pruliers first. There is a wonderfully transparency and focus which thrills the palate and electrifies the senses. Again not much wine this year.

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    A big, big brooding nose of great complexity. Great colour and almost perfect balance. The palate is perhaps a little misleading as the depth and power of the fruit make this a delicious wine now but don’t be fooled as this will last a lifetime. Drink from 2017.

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    You get blown away by the Vaucrains and then you taste the Les-St-Georges. It`s not so much better as different as it combines excellent concentration with a slightly more Arian quality at this stage of its evolution. Another very fine example. Drink from 2019.

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    This is the one vine cuvée of the Les St Georges and it`s a classic example that should age very well. Structured, with good mineral undertones and plenty of intense ripe fruit, albeit hiding in the shadows currently. One for the future. Drink from 2017

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    Yields here are always very low as Vaucrains produces bunches will very small berries. This is great for quality mind as the juice is incredibly concentrated, with both fruit and structure. As a result this is perhaps the most backward of the range but its obvious quality is evident thanks to the sheer volume and length of flavour. This will be a runner. Drink from 2019.

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    A vineyard with a chalky, stony soil. This has an enormously expressive nose with great concentration and purity. The appeal of this wine lies in its balance between this great concentration and its finesse. Lovely tannins. Very controlled. Huge potential. Impressive. Drink from 2016.

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    This vineyard generally ripens the easiest and the earliest providing it with a lots flesh, dark ripe fruits but the 2011 seems more subtle and fresh than usual. A cracker. Drink from 2016.

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    The best version of this we have ever tasted. It always ripens quite easily thanks to its exposure but this has more depth and complexity than usual. Top notch. Drink from 2018 94 pts

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    This vineyard generally ripens the easiest and the earliest providing it with a lots flesh, dark ripe fruits but the 2011 seems more subtle and fresh than usual. A cracker. Drink from 2016.

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    This wonderful vineyard from the Vosne side of Nuits, sitting below the top 1ers Crus, has again produced a velvety Nuits of grace and gloss. The fruits are red with a hint of earth and some spice. Arguably more Vosne than Nuits but quite lovely. Drink from 2018.

  • We can`t buy enough Les-St-Georges! This is a powerful wine of real structure and density, just what a Les-st-Georges should be .Powerful, rich and long. Drink from 2021

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    Romain seems to have a soft spot for this cuvee and it`s easy to see why. It has plenty of fat flesh yet never loses sight of its Nuits character. Excellent length and depth of flavour. Drink from 2019

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    Pruliers lies in the true heart of Nuits, on the south side next to the likes of Les St Georges and Les Cailles. The vines here are about forty years old and produce a lot of small berries. This has refined tannins and plenty of punch and vibrancy. Drink from 2017

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    From the heart of Nuits some way up the slope, this vineyard produces lots of small, intense berries. Consequently, the fruit is both ripe and dense. It is very well structured with vibrant Nuits minerality underneath. Another fine Nuits! Drink from 2019.

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    Pruliers lies in the heart of Nuits on the south side, just to the north of the likes of Les St Georges, Vaucrains and Cailles. It enjoys a slight elevation and the wines tend to have a fresh vibrancy about them. This is key as it works brilliantly with the concentration derived from the plethora of small berries these forty year old vines produce. Like so many Nuits this works beautifully in this fruit driven vintage and this is more expressive than usual at this stage. Rich, powerful, energetic and impressive. Drink from 2021. 95 points, Tim Atkin MW

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    To a certain degree Pruliers lies in the shadow of Les St-Georges, Vaucrains and Cailles, yet it lies on a similar plain and is a great vineyard of real potential. It has a slight elevation and also enjoys the breeze that comes down through the valley, both of these factors providing an extra degree of natural freshness and punctuation to its wines. Even in a warm vintage like 2015 there is a coolness of fruit here, which adds focus and a fresh energy that really lifts the spicy, ripe red fruits. An excellent Nuits. Drink from 2021.

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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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    Thorey lies just to the north of Nuits on the Vosne side, and enjoys the cooler breezes that come down the valley, which help give it lift, definition and poise. 2/3s whole cluster and quite a lot of wine here. Plenty to come.

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    This has good colour and pure dark fruit on the nose. The palate is concentrated with good intensity of black fruits, smooth tannins and a powerful, long finish. Drink from 2020. The 2015 Nuits Saint-Georges Aux Argillats 1er Cru has a very focused, well-defined, quite spicy bouquet with ample red fruit and hints of black fruit that gain intensity with aeration. The palate is well balanced, with quite saturated tannin and good acidity, but dense and rather opaque at the moment. This is a Nuits Saint-Georges with real matière, grippy on the finish and demanding several years in bottle. But the potential is here.. Drink from 2021-2035. 91 points. Neal Martin.

  • From the Premeux end of Nuits and this is perhaps ligher than some examples further north, though its lightness is not a negative. The sense of harmony and balance is very evident and very pleasing indeed. Drink from 2019

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