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Rating: 93 Pts Wine SpectatorSize:750ML
Region: Burgundy Country:France
Varietals: Not Available ABV:13.5%

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93 Pts Wine Spectator

"Dense, almost chewy, yet suave and refined. Peach, hazelnut, toast and citrus flavors build to a long finish. This is powerful and needs time to integrate. Best from 2009 through 2020." 93 Points - Wine Spectator

"Didier Darviot reported that he began the harvest on September 26th and while there was some sorting for under ripe and dried berries, there was almost none because of rot. The reds were vinified as usual and, unlike the majority of his colleagues, had normal malos. This domaine has always been better known for its whites, and the range of wines certainly contributes to this reputation but I find that Darviot has made huge strides with his reds over the last few vintages. In particular, the Belissand and Volnay "Les Blanches" are very impressive. Darviot told me that the mise will occur in March, probably without fining or filtration." -Importer

"Les Santenots is a Premier Cru rated vineyard in Meursault, in the Cote de Beaune. It is officially divided into two climats, Santenots Blancs and Santenots du Milieu. The site is located in the northern edge of the commune, in a cluster of Premier Cru vineyards near the commune boundary with Volnay. These vineyards can legally produce both white and red wines, although being on the Meursault side of the boundary they produce almost exclusively white wines made from Chardonnay. The few red wines which are produced (from Pinot Noir) are sold under the Volnay appellation as Volnay Santenots." -Importer

"The domaine is located in Monthelie, where Didier and Genevieve Darviot maintain an impeccable and extremely cold cellar. While vineyards and viticulture have been a primary focus of their families for generations, it was not until 1989 that this estate produced its first wines under the Darviot-Perrin label. Working with ideally situated vineyards with an average vine age in excess of 50 years, Didier’s first priority is producing small yields of pristine fruit with a determined non-interventionist strategy."

"Once in the cellar, the wines evolve at a glacial pace, with typically long malos and minimal batonnage or rackings. Usually wines emerge from the cellar a full year after most other producers have released a given vintage. The resulting wines are tightly-coiled, energetic and expressive of their privileged terroirs, and while charming and lively from the start will also reward long keeping in a cool cellar. These are reference-point wines that perfectly exemplify why Burgundian wine from prime terroirs is a treasure." -Importer


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