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After 10 successful years as a vigneron, David has decided to search out new challenges in his life. The 2012 vintage (available January 2014) is the last from this excellent source of Burgundy wine. Domaine David Clark was based in the small village of Morey-Saint-Denis, nestled in the heart of Burgundy's famous and exclusive Côte de Nuits. His penchant for wine, developed after spending a year working for a UK wine merchant, led him to the 1997 harvest at Mayacamas in the Napa Valley and the 1998 at Tahbilk in Australia. It was also within this region that he was interviewed and subsequently hired by the Williams Formula One team for the Grand Prix.
Sadly this is the last vintage from David Clark, as the finest Scottish vigneron in Morey St Denis has decided to embark on a new career. Although the growing conditions were difficult early in the season, he ended up with healthy vines and no rot at all. Happily for him, and for us, he has finished his distinguished career as a vigneron with three superb wines.
Bottle 6 x 75cl16cs
2010 has produced miniscule yields for David Clark, no more than 20 hl/ha, the most courageous Scotsman in Morey St-Denis. The wines are superb though, with very gentle extraction, no stems this year and of course, David’s meticulous attention to detail at his micro estate. This will be the last vintage for his Bourgogne Passetoutgrains, David having recently sold the vineyard.
Bottle 6 x 75cl1cs
Bottle 12 x 75cl1cs