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A domaine with a tongue-twister name, but "the wines are well worth seeking out" said Vinous critic Neal Martin. Certified organic and run biodynamically (even more exacting) speak volumes of the care lavished here. A very fine 90-92pt Gevrey.
Silky, with bright red fruits, freshness and grippy tannins. Long
Bright red fruits, light tobacco notes, spiced vanilla, Earl Grey hint
Based in the heart of Gevrey-Chambertin, this estate is run by Florence and her Champenois husband, Simon. They worked at Florence's family domaine for 10 years, before deciding to start a venture of their own. Certified organic and shortly to be biodynamic too - these are a clear indication of the painstaking care they adopt in the vineyards and the winery. The skilled husband-and-wife team favour the use of whole bunch fermentation (50% here), adapting the winemaking to suit the needs of each vat. Using grapes from a 60-year-old vineyard, adjacent to the winery, with minimal pigeage (plunge down of the grape skins), this is an elegant, expressive red, aged 16-18 months in part new oak. Open early and decant or, ideally, cellar.