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"David Duband has been gradually been making a name for himself as part of the new generation of high quality red wine producers in the CÃ´te de Nuits. Â Considering his family was based in Hautes CÃ´tes de Nuits (in the town of ChÃ©vannes, where his domaine is still located) and he now owns multiple Grand Cru sites including Echezeaux and Charmes-Chambertin, it is fair to say he has been doing a very good job."
"David Duband is a young, Beaune Wine School-educated vigneron working with enviable holdings in Nuits-St.-Georges, Gevrey-Chambertin, and Vosne-Romanee. He is yet another of the new generation of French winemakers trying to revitalize family vines whose fruit had long been sold in bulk to negociants."
"Since his first vintage in 1991 (when he was still a student!), David's wines have improved every year, and he has been working to increase the domaineâs holdings. Now practicing 100% organic farming, he has also begun to use Â more whole cluster fermentation, averaging 30% in 2009. Â Whereas his first few vintages were oak-driven, he strives today to make more elegant wines that express their place of origin and his 2009 vintage is a perfect example of his success: ripe fruit but still balanced and clear." -Importer
"Chambolle-Musigny is unique in the Cote de Nuits for the chalky composition of its soils (unlike the clay soils relevant elsewhere). The thin, calcareous layer clings to a hard rocky soil beneath, which stresses the vines and sharply restricts their yield; village and premier cru production is less than 15 hectolitres per hectare, one- third of the legal maximum. But these soils are responsible for Chambolle-Musigny's exceptional delicacy and a character possessed by no other wine of the CÃ´te de Nuits." -Importer