Côte de Nuits


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    The clue is in the name, Guillaume naming the cuvée after his daughter. Such a move always guarantees special attention from the vigneron. From the village of Concur just above Vosne-Romanée, this is deliciously seductive with seamless tannins and remarkable harmony. Bright, punctuated red fruits with a cosy velour rarely seen at this level. Lovely stuff. Drink from 2018

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    2 main plots here and a lovely purity of fruit. Classically Chambolle with nice elegance and freshness but with added weight of the vintage. Long and plenty to come. Drink from 2019.

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    Sadly production of this gem was well down in 2015. The vineyard neighbours Musigny itself and this wine is a lovely expression of the appellation. Controlled, energetic, fragrant yet with a cunning understated power. Lots of scope here. Drink from 2022.

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    Like most 1ers Crus Moreys Riotte lacks the recognition it deserves, sitting above Clos de la Roche as it does. This has weight and power and plenty of structure and will need time to mellow and mature. Drink from 2023.

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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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    This is a blend of 4 parcels spread nicely across the village including some village Bel Air that sits just above the 1er Cru version (which itself sits just above Clos de Bèze) and adds a real sense of minerality and drive. This has density and layers but that drive really comes through on the finish and lifts the wine impressively. Drink from 2019.

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    This is Romain’s smallest village holding in terms of hectares but certainly not in terms of stature. Lots small berries have ensured terrific intensity of fruit with strong nutmeg and spice character throughout. Plenty of juice and structure on the finish. Drink from 2020.

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    Sadly production of this gem was well down in 2015. The vineyard neighbours Musigny itself and this wine is a lovely expression of the appellation. Controlled, energetic, fragrant yet with a cunning understated power. Lots of scope here. Drink from 2022.

  • Before we hit the village wines we had to taste five Bourgognes and Hautes-Côtes. In some cellars this might be a necessary polite chore to get to the wines one really wants to taste but here it was an absolute pleasure. In fact these were some of the finest examples one could hope to taste. For a Bourgogne this is just great. Stylish, lively and beautifully put together. Drink from 2018.

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    Arguably the best plot of village Vosne with a good dose of limestone mixed in with the clay and once again Thibault has got the best from it. Very stylish, layered and considered. Grown up Vosne. 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 one of Morey’s finest 1ers Crus and this shows a lovely balance and drive with red and blue fruits interlaced with spice. Controlled, nicely textured and a cool, bright youthful dynamic. Drink from 2019.

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    This is one of Morey’s finest 1ers Crus and this shows a lovely balance and drive with red and blue fruits interlaced with spice. Controlled, nicely textured and a cool, bright youthful dynamic. Drink from 2019.

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    A stunning village wine of real finesse. The tannins are very fine and controlled and there is strong energy and poise throughout. Drink from 2019.

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    A stunning village wine of real finesse. The tannins are very fine and controlled and there is strong energy and poise throughout. Drink from 2019.

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    This is the most overtly exhuberant of the 1ers Crus, which has a richness of sweet mid-palate fruit that fills the mouth. Its energy retains a freshness and stylish refinement. Drink from 2020.

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    Guillaume’s four plots of noble village wines are all really good. This comes from 2 parcels, one of 70 years old and one of 45 years old that sit in the middle of the appellation. It has a very pure Chambolle nose, forest berry, floral and inviting. The palate is full of fruit and warm spices, intense with silky smooth tannins and a very long finish. Drink from 2019.

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    This is from a great piece of terroir, just below Boudots in Nuits and above Réas in Vosne, with 80 year old vines. In 2015 it didn’t disappoint, displaying layers of fruit and spice, with richness, power and concentration. The tannins are sweet and succulent with uplifting acidity and a long, persistent finish. Drink from 2020.

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    From a rocky bit of vineyard in northern Gevrey with 60 year old vines. This shows great purity of fruit, with a soft and rounded mid-palate of forest berry and smooth tannins. Drink from 2019.

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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.

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    This is a really pretty wine with understated structure and quite delicate red berry fruits and a touch of spice. Controlled, pure, and nice punch. Drink from 2019.

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    A lovely, pure Pinot, with red cherry fruit, crunchy tannins and good length. Drink from 2017.

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    100% wholebunch here and 50% new oak. Thorey lies just to the north of Nuits on the Vosne side, and this is quite lush and polished with a nice refinement running through to the long finish. Drink from 2020.

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    Charles only makes a couple of whites alongside his reds but these two are very classical in style, with good mineral elements and plenty of drive and energy.

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    The terroir of stone, gravel and blue slate works a treat in this rich vintage, providing focus and a surprisingly racy, salty element that runs through to the mouthwatering finish. Drink from 2018.

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    From vines in Comblanchien, this is aged half in tank and half in barrel. This is very much in the fruit driven style with polished silky tannin and lots of red and black fruits. Already very delicious. Drink from 2018.

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    Saint - Julien sits just to the north of the village and this wine has both extra weight and extra finesse. A hint of femininity and nicely poised. Drink from 2019.

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    Bousselots lies to the north of Nuits on the Vosne side where the wines tend to be glossier and perhaps more fragrant and this is certainly in that camp.

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    Saint - Julien sits just to the north of the village and this wine has both extra weight and extra finesse. A hint of femininity and nicely poised. Drink from 2019.

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    Curiously the soil is more clay dominated which explains the wine’s richness but not its focus and balance. There is more tannin and structure and this is very much the cuvée to lay down of the three. Very long and nice balance. Drink from 2019.