Côte de Nuits


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    Les Amoureuses is one of the great vineyards of the Côte de Nuits and for many can even surpass the neighbouring Grand Cru of Bonnes Mares. This has gorgeous aromatic intensity and a lovely sense of minerality throughout. There is lusciousness but refinement, too and a profound concentration and great length. Drink from 2019

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    The vines here are 55 years old and last year produed virtually nothing. Any grapes that were harvested were put in to the Amoureuses. This is more masuline than the Amoureuses, broader and richer with a more overt structure. Will need more time. Drink from 2010

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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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    Cuttings from the mutated vines found in the 1er Cru Nuits were taken and planted up on the Hautes Côtes, which is where this wine comes from. It offers something different from your everyday Côte de Beaune Chardonnay with hints of tannin, red fruits and minerals. It`s a very food friendly wine and will be delicious as an aperitif with the likes of charcuterie and gougeres. Drink from 2016

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    This vineyard borders Gevrey and it always gives a gentle nod to the character of its neighbour. A decade ago this cuvee tended towards the rustic but in recent vintages it has exuded finesse and control and this is another cracker. Textured, fragrant and intense. Top notch. Drink from 2019

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    This is one of Vosne`s top village sites and mor ethan merits a cuvee of its own. This si bigger and more structured with greater presence and intensity. A good core and spine bring freshness an drive and really lift the intense fruit flavours. Drink from 2017

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    This comes from two separate parcels which Cyprien decided to blend together (Le Pave and Le Commune) as they both bring something to the table and toegther make a better wine. Drink from 2016

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    The domaine leargest holding, which is split into two parcels, one at either end. Although it`s a little tighter than usual the fragrance still shines through though the spice is more hidden. Should be great. Drink from 2020

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    These vines are probably the oldest of the domaine, having already passed three figures. Unlike some Vosne Nuits, it is quite Nuits in style with plenty of minerality and robustness. Currently more expressive than it sometimes is at this stage but will probably shut down in due course and sleep for a bit. No hurry with this one. Drink from 2018

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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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    This monopole vineyard is, literally, the back garden of the house. It`s very good surpassing plenty of 1ers Crus made elsewhere in the village!The freshness of the vintage really works with this wine as it lifts the dark fruit and gives it appealing vivacity. Sadly yields are well down so we are a little short of stock. Always the way when something is particularly good. Drink from 2017

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    We step up a gear here, as we should, and once can`t but admire the authority and drive of this Vosne, which has depth and dynamism. 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 is one of the oldest plots in the domaine, the vines being ow 65 years old. Lying adjacent to the holy grail that is Musigny, this is a very superior 1er Cru. Great aromatics but on the nose and in the mouth and wonderful cohesion and harmony. Stunner. Drink from 2019

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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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    This comes from two excellent vineyards, La Bussiere, just next to Morey, and La Taupe, which is just above Combe d`Orveaux. The attack is rich and intense with excellent intensity and plenty of stuffing yet the cool, silky Chambolle character shines through.

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    This is one of the oldest plots in the domaine, the vines being 65 years old. Lying adjacent to the holy grail that is Musigny, this is a very superior 1er Cru. Great aromatics but on the nose and in the mouth and wonderful cohesion and harmony. Stunner. Drink from 2019

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    Bel-Air is a tiny 1er Cru that lies just above Clos de Beze. It is always the last to be picked, its altitude slowing its maturation, but in a good way. This has superb definition and precision and the control, elegance and purity run right through to the long finish. Drink from 2018

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    The vines here are 55 years old and Riotte, which lies in the heart of the village, is one of the best plots in Morey. This is incredibly Morey with lots of spice and fruit intensity. Well structured and lots of scope. Drink from 2018.

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    This is more backward than the Corton, and shows quite broad, powerful fruit at this stage for a Charmes, though not too overtly masculine. A stylish structure adds real depth and a proper core to this wine. Very promising and lots of potential. Drink from 2020

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    This is more backward than the Corton, and shows quite broad, powerful fruit at this stage for a Charmes, though not too overtly masculine. A stylish structure adds real depth and a proper core to this wine. Very promising and lots of potential. Drink from 2020

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    Faconnieres sits just below Grand Cru Clos de la Roche, which seems great place to sit. It`s one of the very plots of Morey outside of the Grands Crus. There are a lot old vines here but they are blended with a much younger parcel, which perks them up no end. Fine tannins and great balance. Really good Morey. Drink from 2018

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    If you thought the Morey was good then get ready for this beauty. Considering where it is, just below Bonnes Mares, Sentiers sometimes seems inexplicably to slip under the radar.Excellent concentration and focus here. Drink from 2017

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    If you thought the Morey was good then get ready for this beauty. Considering where it is, just below Bonnes Mares, Sentiers sometimes seems inexplicably to slip under the radar.Excellent concentration and focus here. Drink from 2017

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    This is not a massive Clos-St-Denis in the slightest, tending more to a mix of spice and bright red fruits. One sees its quality through its length of flavour. We have slightly more this year so if you`re quick there may be an opportunity to jump ahead in the queue! Drink from 2019

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    This is Romain`s largest village holding and comes from fruit from 4 different vineyards of vines (very different soils and exposures) averaging more than 40 years of age. It is very Gevrey in style showing a nice mix of gravelly stoniness and sweet red fruits. We are drinking a lot of the 2008 currently which is delicious; this will be a step up, given time. Drink from 2017

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    Good and bad news here. Great wine but no volume! Just 4 barrels made (1200 bottles) but it is very lovely. Delightfully inviting savoury aromas, excellent concentration and Morey character. Structured and intense. Drink from 2017

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    From fruit from Chambolle and Morey, this combines the aromatic charm of the former with the spicy, structured intensity of the latter. Harmonious and grown up. Drink from 2016

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    This is perhaps the most backward and most masculine of the three village wines, although the mild reduction slightly exaggerates this element. Firm red fruits and some Morey spice all suggest a very promising future. Drink from 2017

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    Named after one of his sister Bertille`s horses, who work the land at the domaine, this is prettier and slightly lighter than the Roncevie and should drink a little earlier. It`s a delight and really harmonious. Just what a Bourgogne should be. Drink from 2016

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    The vibrant style of 2013 has given this wine all the energy it needed. Sometimes it can be a little sleepy and just a kick up the backside to get going in the morning but this electric tingle through the juice really wakes it up. Very promising indeed. Drink from 2020

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    The vibrant style of 2013 has given this wine all the energy it needed. Sometimes it can be a little sleepy and just a kick up the backside to get going in the morning but this electric tingle through the juice really wakes it up. Very promising indeed. Drink from 2020

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    This is a brand new wine for Pierre, the fruit for which Pierre buys in. He only makes one barrel (25 dozen for the whole world) so were delighted to get our hands on a few six packs. It`s very good and well constructed. Pierre clearly rates it. Drink from 2019

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    Of course, Grands Echezeaux is, these days, actually quite a lot smaller than Echezeaux but in reputation it holds its head high. There is a huge amount of weighty flesh that really fills the mouth and thrills you with its unctuous fruit underbelly. Lots of spice and damsons (I thnk!) and other black fruits. Will take its time. Drink from 2020

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    The wine vines come from a parcel to the north of the vineyard, (to the right as you look from the road), and to the south, giving a nice mix of richness and minerality. The wine see about 60% new oak.