This Premier Cru vineyard was planted in 1954, when much more of this famed village was planted to Pinot Noir. The wine offers a ripe profile with a darker cast to the fruit. Both sappy and powerful, this possesses an almost chewy mouthfeel but then has the magic of also ending with a dry, tight mineral impression on the concentrated finish...all from a village that should in fact be more recognized for the quality of its reds!
Practicing organic farming. Unfiltered.
95 POINTS, James Suckling, formally of Wine Spectator. "This youthful Chateauneuf has a very complex nose of graphite, raw meat and lilies. With aeration the black-cherry note steadily grows in intensity. Bold, leathery and earthy palate with fine tannins that...
Beautifully complex with wonderful depth of fruit and woody spice. Classic Bordeaux with dusty earth and freshness. We love the cocoa and cedar this wine brings to the table. A perfect complement to your next dinner party.
A tiny property (for Bordeaux standards) established in the 19th century in the heart of the Margaux appellation. This family domaine bucks the high commerce and commercial trends in Bordeaux. They do not deal with negociants, who re-sell wines the...