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We have been buying from David Moreau since his first vintage in 2009 and are delighted to have found such a class act at the southern end of the Côte de Beaune. There were little bits of hail in 2012 here but nothing very serious compared to other appellations. David chose to harvest relatively late, around 27th September, with yields between 18 and 33 hl/ha.
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Nicholas feels that the saving grace of the 2013 vintage was the amount of small berries caused by millerandage. He has opted for minimum extraction but longish cuvaison. The white wines have not been stirred because they were rich enough naturally. They are expected to be bottled in December and will all be under DIAM corks, apart from the Grands Crus. The reds will be bottled during February.
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Some of the Drouhin flagship vineyards have suffered as badly as any from the hail. Their yield in the Clos des Mouches was between six and eight hl/ha, depending on the plot! We have fought for the best allocations possible though because the Drouhin wines are glorious in 2012. They have added a new laser-optic sorting machine and have used fewer whole bunches in vinification, but given the wines a longer period of maceration in the vats. They have also hired a special smallscale bottling line for the little lots.
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This Beaune is entirely de-stemmed and is a great success this year. Fine ripe red fruit dominates, but it is elegantly poised and cleverly balanced once again, with fine acidity and a real vivacity coming through at the end. Jasper Morris MW - Burgundy Director
Etienne de Montille thinks he has made brilliant 2011s and we are inclined to agree with him. They have freshness, balance, low alcohol, good acidity, excellent fruit and wonderful tannin integration. Picking began on 27th August and continued through to the 9th September as individual vineyards ripened. The fruit has attractively ripe flavours while rarely getting beyond 12.5% alcohol and Etienne chose to include slightly fewer stems than in recent vintages, except for the top Cuvées. Certain wines are available in magnum and double magnum formats, please contact us if they are of interest to you.
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Bénigne Joliet presides over one of Burgundy’s most fascinating properties, the Clos de la Perrière, first established by the monks of Cîteaux in 1142. The impressive Manoir has over four hectares of this Monopole under vine, with different vine age (up to 85 years), exposures and soils bringing complexity. Bénigne uses 20% whole bunches and 15% new barrels, with a relatively long maturation period, in order to avoid the rustic aspects of some Fixin wines.
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Jean-Philippe Fichet is very excited with his 2013s, which he picked before the weekend of bad weather. He has also refined his techniques in the cellar, pressing the grapes for longer and settling out the juice less than before; both methods aimed at enhancing the vineyard character of each plot and making less ‘technical’ wines. A lovely range.
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This was the first domaine vineyard, purchased by Joseph Faiveley in the mid 19th century. Dense dark purple, with very explosive fruit, it is sensual at first then sturdy, long and fine with a crunchy depth of flavour. Jasper Morris MW, Berrys' Burgundy Director
The resurgence begun by the trio of Erwan Faiveley, Bernard Hervé and winemaker Jérôme Flous, who arrived in 2007, is very apparent in this brilliant series of 2011 wines. They began the harvest on 31 August and picked for 9 days. There are some new wines this year from a contract for the whole production of an estate in Chambolle-Musigny and the Faiveley white wines from totally healthy grapes are particularly successful in 2011, perhaps the best we have seen from the new regime.
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Poor spring with difficult flowering, though this varied from one vineyard to another. Old vines suffered worse. The reds were later to flower, with better results, and for the first time were picked after the whites, which needed to be harvested quickly before rot set in. The balance of the whites has ended up quite similar to 2012, with the same acidity but the fruit more exuberant in style. One technical note on quality: Olivier presses his whites for much longer now, which intensifies the dry extract and will preserve longevity.
Alain Burguet’s sons now have their own names on the label. The style at this excellent domaine has been evolving in recent years, away from firmly extracted wines towards a lighter touch. The vineyards are organic (without certification) and biodynamic from 2012, and they are trying out different barrel makers now.
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This is a thoroughly fine range from the young and enthusiastic Sylvain Loichet in 2010. The whites have their usual energy and pure fruit while the reds have been fine-tuned, with a slightly shorter time in vat producing far more elegant wines. This is becoming an exceptionally good address. Note also the two cuvées of Corton-Charlemagne from different parts of the hill.
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