Domaine Antoine Jobard

Antoine Jobard joined his father, François, at the domaine as long ago as 1998, although his first vintage in charge properly was 2007. Antoine does not like to force his wines and certainly doesn’t believe in sexing them up for short term pleasure. They tend to be wonderfully classical with strong definition and energy throughout. New oak is sparsely used, the wines are lean and salty yet intense and confident. These reflect more the modern style of Meursault which is racier and more mineral driven than the fat butter mountains of yesteryear. Those who know the wines love them, enjoying their mouthwatering tension and drive.
`Over the last few years Antoine Jobard’s wines seem to have acquired quite a bit of finesse they didn’t always have in the past.` Antonio Galloni, eRobertParker.com, August 2012.

Winemaker: Antoine Jobard

Hectares: 6.2 hectares

Parcels:
Bourgogne
Meursault
Meursaults 1er Cru (lots of different ones!)

Wines

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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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    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.

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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 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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    ‘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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    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.

  • 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 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.