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2018 Bourgogne Rouge Hautes Côtes de Beaune (BOUL12218A)
A more elevated vineyard with a higher limestone content gives a lean, structured wine with very pure fresh fruit and a taut, angular finish.
2017 Bourgogne Hautes Côtes De Beaune (BOUL12217A)
Well, you may want this: a distinct step up in intensity and structure, showing very fresh spicy bramble fruit and a long finish.
2018 Volnay (BOUL20218A)
From three plots with soils shading from white to red. This is a powerful, heady wine, with a stack of ripe spicy black fruit, but it is kept fresh by juicy acidity and a sweep of fine dark tannins that provide energy as well as structure.
2017 Volnay (BOUL20217A)
From three plots with soils shading from white to red. The red gives sweet black cherry fruit, the white contributes structure and a fresh salinity, the whole topped off with ripe spicy notes on a long fresh finish. Drop dead gorgeous.
2016 Volnay Vieilles Vignes (BOUL22216A)
From red soils in a vineyard protected from winds and well-exposed to the sun. This is dense, silky and pure, with crunchy red fruit and a long fresh finish.
2015 Volnay Vieilles Vignes (BOUL22215A)
From red soils in a vineyard protected from winds and well-exposed to the sun. With rich and intense black fruit, this is fresh and concentrated, silky and well defined and beautifully long.
2014 Volnay Vieilles Vignes (BOUL22214A)
Generous ripe black-cherry fruit with appealing silky tannins and clear mineral flavours. Lots of energy and, as ever, great purity.
2018 Volnay Clos de La Cave (BOUL24218A)
The steep vineyard adjacent to the cuverie is composed of white pebbly sandy soils and some clay, and catches the morning sun. The wine is fresh, spicy and fine, with pure elegant red fruit and tannins that manage to be both structured and melting at once. A fascinating comparison with the ?regular? Volnay.
2017 Volnay Clos De La Cave (BOUL24217A)
The steep vineyard adjacent to the cuverie is composed of white pebbly sandy soils and some clay. The wine is relaxed and elegant, with pure ripe red fruit, and a brightness and energy that last to the long pure finish.
2013 Volnay Clos De La Cave (BOUL24213A)
Powerful and concentrated, with ripe fruit of great intensity and fine tannins for this level. It finishes long and rich.
2012 Volnay Clos De La Cave (BOUL24212A)
From the vineyard surrounding the cellar. Sweet ripe fruit of great intensity, beautifully textured supple tannins and a persistent fine minerality. Long silky finish. Very exciting.
2013 Pommard (BOUL26213A)
Mostly from the top of the Vaumuriens vineyard, higher up on the slope, with cooler white soil. Light and pure, with lovely fresh red fruit and a vibrant fine tannin structure. Lots of energy and balance, with a delicate mineral flourish on the finish
2013 Beaune 1er Cru Les Reversées (BOUL30213A)
From well drained, sunny soils. Grape bunches are small, with a good deal of millerandage and this year, there was 40% whole-bunch fermentation. The wine has a perfumed and lifted nose, lovely texture, dense fruit and a fine tannic core. It is very fresh and aromatic, with a hint of menthol on the ethereal finish.
2012 Beaune 1er Cru Les Reversées (BOUL30212A)
80% whole-bunch fermentation this year. Fine, densely-woven ripe fruit, and smooth silky tannins. It has vibrancy, freshness and length.
2011 Beaune 1er Cru Les Reversées (BOUL30211A)
40% whole-bunch fermentation as usual, which imparts aromatic complexity and freshness. Intense black hedgerow and red cherry fruit, well-structured minerality, fine silky tannins and a long finish. Very accessible and lovely.
2018 Volnay 1er cru Carelles (BOUL40218A)
From old vines in the middle of the slope that catch the sun, growing in deep red soils mixed with chalk. Red soil produces fleshy dark spicy fruit, and chalk gives freshness and definition to the rich ripe tannins. It is long, bright and exciting.
2017 Volnay 1er Cru Carelles (BOUL40217A)
From old vines in the middle of the slope that catch the sun, growing in deep red soils mixed with chalk. The fruit is supple, ripe and fresh; thanks to the chalk the tannins are a little bitty at this stage, but will quickly soften and melt in, and there is a long bright finish.
2016 Volnay 1er Cru Les Carelles (BOUL40216A)
From old vines in the middle of the slope that catch the sun, growing in deep red soils mixed with chalk. It is rich, juicy and fresh, the expressive raspberry fruit is tinged with spice and the finish is silky and long.
2015 Volnay 1er Cru Les Carelles (BOUL40215A)
From old vines in the middle of the slope that catch the sun, growing in deep red soils mixed with chalk. Generous ripe fruit with perfectly balanced tannins and freshness, are complemented by an intense long finish.
2014 Volnay 1er Cru Les Carelles (BOUL40214A)
From old vines in the middle of the slope that catch the sun, growing in deep red soils mixed with chalk. The grapes ripen early, and give a delicate, lifted wine with density, freshness and vibrant mineral flavours to complement the pure red fruit.
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