Jacques exploits a mere quarter-hectare of 40-year-old vines in this great northern-Puligny 1er cru. Where Perrières is punchily mineral, Referts is broodingly intense, with a limestone core that murmurs rather than shouts. There is a hair’s breadth more concentration to the fruit here, but the impression of freshness and salinity is still notable, with the palate showing a gleaming energy.
Practicing organic farming.
The vines of this fiercely independent domaine are all at least 60-years-old. Laurent Martelet is vigneron at this small estate located in the hamlet of Blagny. "La Genelotte" is a Premier Cru site just north of Blagny, on the Meursault...
Alois Lageder Pinot Grigio is a brilliant straw yellow with green shimmer. There are quite pronounced and expressive aromas of flowers with somewhat spicy notes. There is rich flavor in the mouth, with slight smokiness at the back and a...
This is a bright and juicy white from the Piedmont region in Northern Italy. Gorgeous soft, floral fruit with peach and honey and freshness. Serious elegance here with a mouthful of bright, crisp minerality.