Grand Cru whites and reds

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Domaine Moreau-Naudet

The domaine will continue under Stéphane's wife Virginie, but we will miss the bright star that was Stéphane Moreau-Naudet, who died suddenly in September 2016. Stéphane, who was influenced by Vincent Dauvissat, who recommended him to us many years ago, was a consummate vigneron, and craftsman in the cellar, using barrel-élevage, but not in such a way that oakiness can readily be detected in the wines (all the barrels are steamed rather than charred and they use no new oak except for in the straight Chablis, and then only one barrel per 100hl in order to age it prior to using for the Premiers Crus). Wines full of racy character and complexity.
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2016 CHABLIS Grand Cru Valmur Domaine Moreau-Naudet

2016 CHABLIS Grand Cru Valmur Domaine Moreau-Naudet

75cl bottles, case of 6

Rather creamy, even soft. It has the density underneath but less obvious acidity and structure than some Chablis grands crus. Rather creamy, even soft. It has the density underneath but less obvious acidity and structure than some Chablis grands crus. Drinking range: 2022 - 2032 Rating: 16.5 L&S (Feb 2018)

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Domaine Drouhin Vaudon

The Beaune-based merchant Joseph Drouhin has restyled its Chablis Domaine 'Domaine Drouhin-Vaudon' to emphasise its ties with and holdings in (38 hectares) the Chablis vineyard. The Moulin de Vaudon, an 18th Century watermill straddling the Serein River, close to the Grand Cru vineyards of Chablis, is the headquarters and the source of the name. It is the largest estate in Chablis entirely farmed biodynamically.
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2016 CHABLIS Grand Cru Les Clos Domaine Drouhin Vaudon

2016 CHABLIS Grand Cru Les Clos Domaine Drouhin Vaudon

75cl bottles, case of 6

(They were able to retain their Bio-dynamic practices with this Grand Cru, despite the conditions. Harvested September 29th) Nice pithy lemon nose - follows to the palate with good restraint and fine (They were able to retain their Bio-dynamic practices with this Grand Cru, despite the conditions. Harvested September 29th) Nice pithy lemon nose - follows to the palate with good restraint and fine lines, nice acidity and quite a ripe core of sweeter, golden mirabelle fruit. Some almost ginger-spice here too and a pineapple cube like crunch. Impressively concentrated middle L&S (Nov 2017)

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Maison des Hâtes

Pierrick Laroche is a charming young man and a very talented winemaker. He owns 12 Hectares of Chablis vineyards and a complete Hectare of 1er Cru 'Fourchaume L'Homme Mort'. With recent short harvests year on year caused by the terrible run of luck with the weather, Pierrick has started buying in fruit to bulk out what he has - and to keep the cellar full. As with all his wines, these Hates wines are all about freshness and precision. In 2016, he has again picked earlier than some of his neighbours and so captured beautiful acidity and brightness of fruit - he then loves giving the wine a long élevage in tank to build texture and weight and complexity. He is not averse to using oak - but it is done at a very minimal level with these 2 'Negoce' wines having less than 25% oak ageing. The results are super, bright, elegant wines but with a real shape and feel - classical, but interesting Chablis.
2016 CHABLIS Grand Cru Bougros Maison des Hâtes

2016 CHABLIS Grand Cru Bougros Maison des Hâtes

75cl bottles, case of 6

The volume is turned up to 11 here, such character and drive with lots of concentration, boldly structured, with grip and immaculate length. Deep core of citrus, lime and mandarin, with oyster shell, The volume is turned up to 11 here, such character and drive with lots of concentration, boldly structured, with grip and immaculate length. Deep core of citrus, lime and mandarin, with oyster shell, and then super fine mineral drive. Mouthfilling with lovely tension, built to offer drinking pleasure long in to the 2020's. Drinking range: 2020 - 2030 L&S (Jan 2018)

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Domaine Faiveley

The Faiveley family are the largest vineyard owners in Burgundy, owning around 120ha, spread across the Côtes de Nuits, Beaune and Chalonnais and encompassing everything from generic Bourgogne up to the grandest of Grand Crus. Their holdings supply the grapes for 5 out of every 6 bottles made by Faiveley, the balance being bought in from carefully selected contract growers.
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2016 CORTON CHARLEMAGNE Grand Cru Domaine Faiveley

2016 CORTON CHARLEMAGNE Grand Cru Domaine Faiveley

75cl bottles, wood case of 6

(malo finished): Bright yellow. Candied lime, underripe pineapple and white peach on the nose, complicated by notes of bergamot and crushed stone. Plush and intense but youthfully reserved, conveying (malo finished): Bright yellow. Candied lime, underripe pineapple and white peach on the nose, complicated by notes of bergamot and crushed stone. Plush and intense but youthfully reserved, conveying savory crushed-stone minerality; little oak showing despite the fact that nearly 50% was new. The almost painful rising back end features an element of medicinal herbs. A superb wine without any excess weight but still a bit disjointed. (The Bienvenues-Bâtard-Montrachet and Bâtard-Montrachet were just starting their malolactic fermentations at the time of my visit.) Rating: 92-95 Stephen Tanzer, www.vinousmedia.com (Sep 2017)

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Domaine Joseph Drouhin

Joseph Drouhin, founded in 1880 and still family owned, are one of the most well respected names in Burgundy, especially through their flagship wine, the iconic Clos des Mouches. Small refinements continue to be made made here. The presses have been changed - a reversion to basket pressing for the reds, and for whites the presses are open - along with a number of other growers they are following the trend to think that slight oxidation of the juice before fermentation is not a problem and may add complexity as well as avoiding later problems of premature oxidation in bottle. For the reds there has been the introduction of 15-20% of whole-bunch fermentation in the Côte de Nuits wines. The house style remains one that 'emphasises the natural elegance of great Burgundies' as they describe it.
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2016 CORTON CHARLEMAGNE Propriétés Grand Cru Domaine Joseph Drouhin

2016 CORTON CHARLEMAGNE Propriétés Grand Cru Domaine Joseph Drouhin

75cl bottles, wood case of 6

Nose of melting butter on lightly grilled white bread - then a hit of much brighter, more zippy lemon juice fruit. Some spice too and firm pear flesh. The feel is bright, with really good energy, Nose of melting butter on lightly grilled white bread - then a hit of much brighter, more zippy lemon juice fruit. Some spice too and firm pear flesh. The feel is bright, with really good energy, some dusty mineral coating too but an energising, sparky drive underlies the riper, more warm apple and more ripe fruits that build in the mouth. Good and powerful, will need some patience. L&S (Dec 2017)

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Thibault Liger-Belair

The lack of the word 'domaine' in the name signals that this is a négociant wine from Thibault Liger-Belair. Thibault buys the grapes he picks having tended the vines with his own team, so that the wines can be seen as domaine wines in all but name. A couple of new appellations this year, a Corton Clos di Roi, and even a few bottles of Corton Charlemagne.
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Lea & Sandeman Wine Merchants

2016 CORTON CHARLEMAGNE Les Languettes Grand Cru Thibault Liger-Belair

75cl bottles, wood case of 6

In 2016 this has undergone a seriously long fermentation - just over a year! It has just finished when we visit - hence its a tad reductive, for the moment. Nice weight though, nice texture and then In 2016 this has undergone a seriously long fermentation - just over a year! It has just finished when we visit - hence its a tad reductive, for the moment. Nice weight though, nice texture and then bang some gorgeous,, lip-smackingly juicy acidity. Fruit is pert and hard to pinpoint, but pineapple and riper peach in play. Creamy leesy notes add a nice new dimension but this will need time to settle and meld. L&S (Oct 2017)

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2016 CORTON RENARDES Grand Cru Thibault Liger-Belair

2016 CORTON RENARDES Grand Cru Thibault Liger-Belair

75cl bottles, case of 6

Quite high up the hill of Corton, good deep soils here. 40 % Whole bunches used. There is a reat nose. Riper, juicier darker fruit - mature strawberry and some ripe raspberry too. Very expressive Quite high up the hill of Corton, good deep soils here. 40 % Whole bunches used. There is a reat nose. Riper, juicier darker fruit - mature strawberry and some ripe raspberry too. Very expressive and fun to taste. Nice lines too - driven and some good framework to keep it steady. Balanced. Riper though but no excess. Good. L&S (Oct 2017)

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Lea & Sandeman Wine Merchants

2016 CORTON Grand Cru Clos du Roi Thibault Liger-Belair

75cl bottles, wood case of 6

Very limestone soil here. Makes this feel very firm and mineral in the mouth. Like having a pebble in there with some pretty red fruit too. Perfumed lifted just ripe, juicy fruit and then mineral Very limestone soil here. Makes this feel very firm and mineral in the mouth. Like having a pebble in there with some pretty red fruit too. Perfumed lifted just ripe, juicy fruit and then mineral purity and dusty grip. Organic vineyard. L&S (Oct 2017)

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Henri Boillot

Henri Boillot complements his domaine wines with a small range of négociant wines of superb quality in very limited quantities. A few of the wines are offered here - an opportunity to buy some of Burgundy's rarest appellations from a top source.
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2016 CLOS VOUGEOT Grand Cru Henri Boillot

2016 CLOS VOUGEOT Grand Cru Henri Boillot

75cl bottles, wood case of 6

Good shape. Quite tight, but still super attractive. Blueberry and plum here. Some clove and spiced sandalwood. Brilliant underpinning on minerality. Stylishly done, sleek and unshowy - yet Good shape. Quite tight, but still super attractive. Blueberry and plum here. Some clove and spiced sandalwood. Brilliant underpinning on minerality. Stylishly done, sleek and unshowy - yet impressive. L&S (Oct 2017)

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Domaine Huguenot

The Huguenots can trace their history in Marsannay and working in the vines back to 1789. Currently the domaine is run by Philippe. His father Jean-Louis expanded the domaine from five to twenty-two hectares (twelve in Marsannay, six in Fixin, and four in Gevrey) before handing over the reins. Philippe took the bold step of taking all twenty-two hectares into organic production (the conversion was completed in 2010), but immensely sadly he was forced to do a single non-organic treatment in 2016, because of the terrible conditions, so now he is back to square one - another three years to re-qualify for the organic label. When we visited, Philippe was unsure if he would try for the certification again - but for all that is not planning to change the way he works - it is, he assures us, better for him and the environment and and his workers as well as for quality, and the domaine will continue along organic lines. In 2016 these are once again lovely wines which have a lightness of tread and great aromatic purity and length, with more or less structure and weight depending on whether they are from clay or more rock-dominated soils.
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2016 CHARMES CHAMBERTIN Grand Cru Domaine Huguenot

2016 CHARMES CHAMBERTIN Grand Cru Domaine Huguenot

75cl bottles, case of 6

After the Fonteny tasting this gets you immediately back to finesse and elegance. Super slick, lovely drive and intensity at the core. Fruit here is mature. Tightly wound for now, there is a mineral After the Fonteny tasting this gets you immediately back to finesse and elegance. Super slick, lovely drive and intensity at the core. Fruit here is mature. Tightly wound for now, there is a mineral wrapping to the firm middle of dark, ripe fruit which balances so well, keeping the feel fresh and grippy, and adding power that will ensure a mid to long term future. This is very good, a real pleasure to taste, but it will need time. Super. L&S (Oct 2017)

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Domaine Stéphane Magnien

Stéphane's is a small domaine, a mere 4.5 hectares, with one full hectare of that in regional wine - Passetoutgrains and Bourgogne - but it is blessed with two Grands Crus and also a long history of not messing with nature. No pesticides have ever been used on this land, and the plants are nearly all the old 'Pinot tordu' - twisted Pinot with its gnarly stems which are less vigorous than the modern clones and said by many to make wines with more finesse. Stéphane chaptalizes only to extend fermentations - these are wines which his father Jean-Paul used to describe as 'sage en alcool' - from 12 to 13% - the old vines do not make much alcohol. Wood use is also discreet, never exceeding 20% new wood on the Grands Crus, 15% on the Premiers Crus and on the village appellations, 10% new wood for one year only, then all into older barrels. Stéphane says that he aims to make wines with more richness than his father's, 'but not black angular wines which have less relief. Wines which leave your mouth clean and and clear, refreshed and revived and, above all, wanting another glass'. He destems 100%, gives the grapes a six-day maceration, then a classical fermentation with just two pigeages, and a little remontage (pumping over) at the end.
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2016 CHARMES CHAMBERTIN Grand Cru Domaine Stéphane Magnien

2016 CHARMES CHAMBERTIN Grand Cru Domaine Stéphane Magnien

75cl bottles, case of 6

(in fact is a Mazoyeres Chambertin) Some spritz in the wine at this point in its élevage, this will pass. At its core this is darker fruited than the Clos St Denis. Deeply sexy. With a fine mineral (in fact is a Mazoyeres Chambertin) Some spritz in the wine at this point in its élevage, this will pass. At its core this is darker fruited than the Clos St Denis. Deeply sexy. With a fine mineral undercurrent but powerful and intense. Delicious. 'Un Grand Classique' is what Stephane claims - and he is right - a great clasic style that will stand the test of time. More mineral, more tension than some. But really Charmes nonetheless. L&S (Oct 2017)

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Domaine Lignier-Michelot

A domaine of 11 hectares, 25% regionals, 50% Villages, 20% Premiers crus and 5% Grands Crus. Virgile Lignier's wines have a lovely combination of enough body and richness, combined with a lively clarity of expression. The old vines village cuvées are seriously good, and great value too. Going up the scale each site seems to speak very clearly of its source and there is a brightness and energy along with full, seamless fruit. Virgile's 2016s were all showing brilliantly when we visited in November, and this domaine is in our view one to follow very closely as the prices have not yet caught up with the growing quality.
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2016 CHARMES CHAMBERTIN Grand Cru Domaine Lignier-Michelot

2016 CHARMES CHAMBERTIN Grand Cru Domaine Lignier-Michelot

75cl bottles, case of 6

2016 is the last vintage for Virgile here - as the vines have been sold. Great sweet and easy attack. Lovely creamy fruit. Lots of warm strawberries, some greener raspberry leaf notes too - 2016 is the last vintage for Virgile here - as the vines have been sold. Great sweet and easy attack. Lovely creamy fruit. Lots of warm strawberries, some greener raspberry leaf notes too - delicious and sexy. Great mineral undercurrent as well - a fine line just checks the fruit and focuses the whole. Impressive balance. Super drive - charming! Finish is powdery and dusty fruit and stones. L&S (Oct 2017)

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Domaine Faiveley

The Faiveley family are the largest vineyard owners in Burgundy, owning around 120ha, spread across the Côtes de Nuits, Beaune and Chalonnais and encompassing everything from generic Bourgogne up to the grandest of Grand Crus. Their holdings supply the grapes for 5 out of every 6 bottles made by Faiveley, the balance being bought in from carefully selected contract growers.
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2016 CLOS DE VOUGEOT Grand Cru Clos Vougeot Domaine Faiveley

2016 CLOS DE VOUGEOT Grand Cru Clos Vougeot Domaine Faiveley

75cl bottles, wood case of 6

Bold and rich on the nose. It is concentrated and juicy. It is butch and full. Plenty of rich tannin with a big structure. There is clearly no intention here to make a more ‘elegant’ style Bold and rich on the nose. It is concentrated and juicy. It is butch and full. Plenty of rich tannin with a big structure. There is clearly no intention here to make a more ‘elegant’ style of Vougeots, but go with the flow and bring out its more bullish and overt character. A full-on Vougeots. “I see it like an an English lord in his landrover,” says Jerome. Drinking range: 2023 - Rating: 19.15 Sarah Marsh MW, The Burgundy Briefing (Nov 2017)

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2016 CLOS SAINT DENIS Grand Cru Domaine Faiveley

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2016 MAZIS CHAMBERTIN Grand Cru Domaine Faiveley

2016 MAZIS CHAMBERTIN Grand Cru Domaine Faiveley

75cl bottles, wood case of 6

(60% new oak): Dark red with ruby highlights. Complex, inviting aromas of black raspberry, peony, toast, smoke and game. Compellingly rich, creamy wine with a captivating mixture of dark berries, (60% new oak): Dark red with ruby highlights. Complex, inviting aromas of black raspberry, peony, toast, smoke and game. Compellingly rich, creamy wine with a captivating mixture of dark berries, flowers and toasty oak. Maintains its thickness and body straight through to the very ripe, long, suavely tannic finish. A beauty. Rating: 93-95 Stephen Tanzer, www.vinousmedia.com (Jan 2018)

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2016 CHAMBERTIN CLOS DE BÈZE  Grand Cru Domaine Faiveley

2016 CHAMBERTIN CLOS DE BÈZE Grand Cru Domaine Faiveley

75cl bottles, wood case of 6

(from a 1.29 ha parcel). This is softly oaky with a wonderfully spicy array of black cherry, pungent earth and evident sauvage nuances that can be found on the impressively rich and seductively (from a 1.29 ha parcel). This is softly oaky with a wonderfully spicy array of black cherry, pungent earth and evident sauvage nuances that can be found on the impressively rich and seductively textured broad-shouldered and concentrated flavors that coat the palate with extract, all wrapped in a balanced, long and deep finish. I very much like the way this fans out on the strikingly persistent finish. Note that plenty of patience is a requisite here and it would be largely pointless to open a bottle before its 10th anniversary. Drinking range: 2036 - Rating: 93-96 Allen Meadows, www.Burghound.com (Jan 2018)

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Domaine Joseph Drouhin

Joseph Drouhin, founded in 1880 and still family owned, are one of the most well respected names in Burgundy, especially through their flagship wine, the iconic Clos des Mouches. Small refinements continue to be made made here. The presses have been changed - a reversion to basket pressing for the reds, and for whites the presses are open - along with a number of other growers they are following the trend to think that slight oxidation of the juice before fermentation is not a problem and may add complexity as well as avoiding later problems of premature oxidation in bottle. For the reds there has been the introduction of 15-20% of whole-bunch fermentation in the Côte de Nuits wines. The house style remains one that 'emphasises the natural elegance of great Burgundies' as they describe it.
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2016 GRIOTTE CHAMBERTIN Grand Cru Domaine Joseph Drouhin

2016 GRIOTTE CHAMBERTIN Grand Cru Domaine Joseph Drouhin

75cl bottles, wood case of 6

Sweeter, easier, quite generous. Ripe red fruit, gloss, but just a tad of grippy suede texture keeps this serious. Intense, grip and feel from whole cluster fermentation. Good, balanced Griotte. Sweeter, easier, quite generous. Ripe red fruit, gloss, but just a tad of grippy suede texture keeps this serious. Intense, grip and feel from whole cluster fermentation. Good, balanced Griotte. L&S (Nov 2017)

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2016 CHAMBERTIN CLOS DE BÈZE Grand Cru Domaine Joseph Drouhin

2016 CHAMBERTIN CLOS DE BÈZE Grand Cru Domaine Joseph Drouhin

75cl bottles, wood case of 6

A little harder, a little more compacted fruit core. More serious. Good power. Attractive fruit, not too ripe. Silky warm strawberries to finish, but a good mineral cut too. Whole bunch is not 'new' A little harder, a little more compacted fruit core. More serious. Good power. Attractive fruit, not too ripe. Silky warm strawberries to finish, but a good mineral cut too. Whole bunch is not 'new' says Veronique, however much people are calling it innovative - her grandpa did it too - not systematically but it works well in their Grand Crus particularly. Bunches that are smaller clusters work better. With this wine the Drouhin team normally aim for 15% to 50% - but here it is 65% in 2016 L&S (Nov 2017)

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Domaine des Lambrays

Thierry Brouin is handing over the reins to Boris Champy, but is still on hand for now, we had a great tasting with both of these delightful (and hugely talented) men in October to assess the 2016 vintage, which is looking fantastic. The team continues to do a magnificent job at this monopole Grand Cru vineyard which is very well-placed next to Clos de Tart at the top of the village of Morey-Saint-Denis. The wines are opulent and rich yet still well-defined and freshly fragrant, and there's a tiny volume of top-notch Puligny too.
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2016 CLOS DES LAMBRAYS Grand Cru Domaine des Lambrays

2016 CLOS DES LAMBRAYS Grand Cru Domaine des Lambrays

75cl bottles, wood case of 6

Nice nose. Gently rich and warm. Nice woody spices. Touch smokey. On Palate there is a younger feel. Sculpted and sprightly with juicy acidity. Lovely ripe fruit, but so much more fresh and tart. Nice nose. Gently rich and warm. Nice woody spices. Touch smokey. On Palate there is a younger feel. Sculpted and sprightly with juicy acidity. Lovely ripe fruit, but so much more fresh and tart. Great texture, wood seems to fit in so well. Deliciously integrated. Tricky season there was the frost - although not a big deal in Morey then it stayed cold. June was tricky. Some Mildew which killed a lot of fruit that had survived the Frost! By July and August conditions were excellent - and all turned out nice. Assemblage was done in March 2017 after the Malolactic had finished - so from barrel we could taste the final blend already. 85% whole Bunch. 30% more available in 2016 than 2015. L&S (Oct 2017)

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Domaine Christophe Perrot-Minot

Christophe is now the fourth generation of his family producing wine on the estate after his great grandfather Amédée Merme devoted himself to the management and production of wine over 130 years ago. The estate has gone from strength to strength – always keeping the highest standards. Integrated viticulture has been practiced for many years now which has been adapted especially for the terroir. No herbicide or chemical fertilizer is used, instead, Christophe prefers to “stand back and listen to this terroir, only intervening when necessary or when the weather requires it, never systematically.” We still await the offer an allocations from Christophe, so please form an orderly queue - ie send requests and we will deal with them once we know what we have. This is one of the star domaines of the whole of Burgundy.
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2016 CHARMES CHAMBERTIN Vieilles Vignes Grand Cru Domaine Christophe Perrot-Minot

2016 CHARMES CHAMBERTIN Vieilles Vignes Grand Cru Domaine Christophe Perrot-Minot

75cl bottles, case of 6

Christophe says this is smoky, but not from the oak, it's in fact a graphite reduction in the soil - the result on the nose is just a lovely oriental wood-spice framing the red fruit. There is a Christophe says this is smoky, but not from the oak, it's in fact a graphite reduction in the soil - the result on the nose is just a lovely oriental wood-spice framing the red fruit. There is a trace of this frame on the palate too. Great fruit though, riper, more supple. Pure expression, but this has an extra element of generosity a sucrosity. No spare fat, just relatively ripe and full bore. Then focuses, comes together beautifully. Charming. Christophe says the samples are a little too chilly, muting the expressiveness - they are certainly showing a purity and a restraint. L&S (Oct 2017)

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2016 MAZOYÈRES CHAMBERTIN Vieilles Vignes Grand Cru Domaine Christophe Perrot-Minot

2016 MAZOYÈRES CHAMBERTIN Vieilles Vignes Grand Cru Domaine Christophe Perrot-Minot

75cl bottles, case of 6

Intense fruit hit opens up this with a loud noise. Great weight of riper red berries, ripe raspberry and some delicious strawberry too. More burly, more breadth, yet again this is very straight, with Intense fruit hit opens up this with a loud noise. Great weight of riper red berries, ripe raspberry and some delicious strawberry too. More burly, more breadth, yet again this is very straight, with good focus. Not weighty or heavy. Just pure and powerful with beautifully ripened fruit and incredibly fine, delicate tannins. Long finish of beautiful, gourmand fruit. L&S (Oct 2017)

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2016 CHAMBERTIN CLOS DE BÈZE Grand Cru Domaine Christophe Perrot-Minot

2016 CHAMBERTIN CLOS DE BÈZE Grand Cru Domaine Christophe Perrot-Minot

75cl bottles, case of 6

On the nose this is not overtly expressive. On the palate however, this is strong and deeply aromatic. Great intensity, lovely more opulent middle. Riper, richer, polished weight of more juicy, more On the nose this is not overtly expressive. On the palate however, this is strong and deeply aromatic. Great intensity, lovely more opulent middle. Riper, richer, polished weight of more juicy, more ripe red berries and soft strawberry. Indulgent, sexy and full. Finishes with a kick of acidity and sparkle. Some gentle mineral dusting supports the long, long finish. Good, fine and indulgent. L&S (Oct 2017)

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