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2015 Fleurie Clos Vernay (LAFA58215A)
Very rich and black - blackberry, blackcurrant and black cherry - with fine tannins and a long juicy finish.
2014 Fleurie Clos Vernay (LAFA58214A)
A more serious wine than the Bel Air, showing more tannin, greater depth of fruit and more length. Will benefit from cellaring.
2018 Côte de Brouilly (LAFA60218A)
Old vines 12km to the south on blue granite are earliest to ripen of the domaine’s holdings. The raspberry fruit is dense and rich, and there is a lovely freshness to the fine dark tannins dominating the long elegant finish.
2017 Cote De Brouilly (LAFA60217A)
A new acquisition, leased vines nearly sixty years old on blue granite soil. This is juicy and round, with an abundance of spicy raspberry fruit, structured fine tannins and good persistence.
2016 Cote De Brouilly (LAFA60216C)
A new acquisition, leased vines nearly sixty years old on blue granite soil. This is rich, structured and mineral-driven, with lovely pure fruit and persistence on the finish.
2018 Bourgogne Aligoté Raisins Dorés (LAFA02218A)
None of your lean acid bombs here: harvested towards the end of September, this is ripe and fresh, with yellow fruit and a subtle herbal character.
2017 Bourgogne Aligote Raisins Dorés (LAFA02217A)
All the clear brightness of a good Aligot? combined with the ripe roundness of the vintage: lovely!
2017 Meursault (LAFA03217A)
Not produced since 2015. The fruit is rounded, nutty and ripe, and kept on the straight and narrow by a vibrant streak of lemony acidity.
2018 Beaune 1er cru Clos des Aigrots Blanc (LAFA04218A)
The fruit is poised and spicy, and there is energy and depth, along with a smooth saline finish.
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