2019 Domaine Pierre Boisson Bourgogne Hautes Côtes De Beaune Rouge, Burgundy, France

 The nose has some delicate, ripe red fruit notes: wild strawberries, red plums, sweet cherries, and something really sexy that keeps me intrigued... Is that the oak? There are some notes of toasted country bread and Tonga beans; that's it! It's like vanilla/coffee.
The palate is silky and ripe but balanced with some great power and the right amount of freshness. 

$41.99
$41.99

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ABOUT THE WINE

Sourced from the Hautes Cotes de Beaune, the area on the top of Cote d'Or escarpment, and the adjacent valleys and slopes. This 1.5 hectares vineyard is situated 5 kilometers west of Meursault in the communes of Orche and Baubigny. Vine age is 15-40 years old.
Vines are farmed using natural methods and grapes are hand-harvested. 
Destemmed; traditional vinification with native yeast fermentations that are slow and long. These wines take their time.

Aged in barrique, 20% of which are new, for 18 months


ABOUT THE WINERY

Anne and Pierre Boisson don’t make a lot of wine. So even with a 200-year family track record in Meursault - previously Domaine Boisson-Vadot - they lack the name recognition of some of the region’s icons. As a result, their classic, old-vine bottlings represent some of the best values in all of Burgundy. This bright, smooth red comes from a cool vineyard a couple kilometers west of their homebase in Meursault.  This 1.5 hectares vineyard is situated 5 kilometers west of Meursault in the communes of Orche and Baubigny. Vine age is 15-40 years old.


The property is divided into three units: the parents represented by Domaine Boisson-Vadot (3.5 Ha), the son of the entity Pierre Boisson (3.5 Ha) and finally a daughter with the entity Anne Boisson (1.5 Ha).

Details:

Grape(s) Pinot Noir
Farming Sustainable