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Bottle 6 x 75cl35cs
It was difficult at the start and difficult at the end but OK in between”, says Nicolas, who began harvesting on 6th October. Younger vines flowered better, giving more volume than 2012, and only the Beaune vineyards were hailed on. There were no grave problems with rot, and they avoided heavy extraction as the colour came easily enough. Nicolas noted that cool vintages such as 2013 are best for terroir definition, and certainly the hallmark of his wines this year is elegance, and precision.
Bottle 6 x 75cl26cs
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Bottle 6 x 75cl5cs
Sadly just one barrel was made of this Latricières but it is, once again, a lovely wine. Raspberries and crushed strawberries dominate the senses; it is very sensual from start to finish, and very long. Extremely limited availability. Jasper Morris MW - Burgundy Director
These are brilliant wines once again from David Croix and his team at Camille Giroud and fortunately they were able to make a little more wine this year than last. Alhough the white selection is small, the wines are just as fine as the reds. David has made some inspirational wines from less fancied appellations such as Maranges and Santenay, as well as majoring on the Grands Crus of Corton and the Chambertins. Almost all of the wines are from purchased grapes, but somehow Camille Giroud feels to us much more like a domaine.
Bottle 12 x 75cl1cs
Several years down the road since they switched to biodynamic farming, the Rossignol brothers are looking at ways to fine-tune the finished product with a few tweaks in their cellar work. They have been careful to aerate their excellent 2010s throughout the vinification process to avoid any problems of reduction and to soften the end palate of the wines. Some stems were used again this year, albeit less than in 2009.
Bottle 6 x 75cl3cs
Very perfumed on the nose this year and quite sensual, it is a fine result. 50% stems offer roses and graceful red fruit on a very suave palate with several layers of fruit and a lingering finish. Jasper Morris MW, Berrys' Burgundy Director