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2018 Givry Rouge (DENI60218A)
Half the normal yield has produced a concentrated, dark-fruited wine tinged with spice, and showing dense supple tannins. There is a lot of new wood here which will take time to integrate.
2017 Givry Rouge (DENI60217A)
What the French call gourmand: generous, rich spicy red cherry fruit, rounded rich tannins that give structure and freshness, and a ripe juicy finish.
2016 Givry Rouge (DENI60216A)
One doesn't expect silky tannins in Givry, but here they are, accompanied by bramble fruit and an appealing, long fresh finish.
2015 Givry Rouge (DENI60215A)
A very dark, smooth and fleshy wine packed with black cherry fruit, very ripe, supple tannins and a mouth-filling long finish.
2014 Givry Rouge (DENI60214A)
Rich, clay-heavy soils give a dark wine with ripe black-cherry and blackberry fruit, melting but quite present tannins, and a long fresh, juicy finish.
2013 Givry Rouge (DENI60213A)
Lively and pure red fruits, with a long fresh finish. Quite delicious.
2018 Givry 1er cru A Vigne Rouge (DENI62218A)
A greater proportion of limestone in the clay soils (the same composition as Chambolle, says Christophe) makes this lighter and finer than the village. It certainly is: the wine is lively, rich and supple, with juicy black fruit and big, supple tannins that drive all the way to a satisfying clean finish.
2017 Givry 1er Cru A Vigne Rouge (DENI62217A)
A greater proportion of limestone in the clay soils (the same composition as Chambolle, says Christophe) makes this lighter and finer than the village. There is some new oak, but more than enough fine black cherry fruit to carry it, supple elegant tannins and a long rich fresh finish.
2014 Givry 1er Cru A Vigne Rouge (DENI62214A)
A greater proportion of limestone in the clay soils makes this lighter and finer than the villages. The fruit is sweet and ripe, and more in the red spectrum, the tannins silky, and the whole has an appealing bright freshness that drives through to a long, fine finish. A big bang for your buck, as they say in Beaune.
Cremant De Bourgogne (DENI03216A)
An elegant, gentle mousse, softened by 12 months on the lees, showing a light brioche character and a lovely roundness on the palate.
2018 Montagny 1er cru Le Vieux Château (DENI30218A)
Matured in concrete eggs, this has density and weight, but is balanced by lemony freshness. It finishes on a rich, rounded note and a zing of salt.
2017 Montagny 1er Cru Le Vieux Château (DENI30217A)
A dense wine with a higher proportion of wood than usual. There is fresh ripe pear fruit, a hint of citrus and a rich creamy finish.
2016 Montagny 1er Cru Le Vieux Château (DENI30216A)
Delightfully accessible floral fruit is backed by mineral richness, lemony acidity and a powerful pure pithy finish.
2015 Montagny 1er Cru Le Vieux Château (DENI30215A)
The concentrated juice merited a little more wood treatment this year, and has given a wine brimming with aromas of ripe pear and white flowers, gentle ripe acidity and a fine minerality.
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