2011 Champs Perdrix Domaine Huguenot

Grapes Pinot Noir
Colour Red
Origin France, Burgundy
District Côte d'Or
Sub-district Côte de Nuits
Village Marsannay
ABV 13%
Vineyard Champs Perdrix

This is on the hard limestone named 'Comblanchien' after the village next to Nuits where it is quarried for marble. Named the 'partridge field', and there is a hint of subtle gaminess. Delicate fruit and this tonic dryness. Long and straight. L&S (Jan 2013)

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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 has taken the bold step of taking all twenty-two hectares into organic production (the conversion was completed in 2010).

Deep in colour, this modern style red Burgundy displays a fine fresh berry fruit fragrance, lots of juicy fresh strawberry-sweet fruit freshness and a hint of spicy oak with lively purity of Pinot Noir fruitiness in a well-crafted, balanced style. Very good for under £20. Rating: 90 (Feb 2013)

Quite rich nose and some real texture and energy. Solid stuff. 2016-2022 Rating: 16 Jancis Robinson MW OBE - (Jan 2013)

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