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Rating: 90 Pts Wine SpectatorSize:750ML
Region: Burgundy Country:France
Varietals: Pinot Noir ABV:13%

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90 Pts Wine Spectator

"Cherry jam, blackberry, black currant and spice flavors highlight this juicy red. Solid, with a base of dusty tannins. The beam of cherry persists and lingers. Best from 2014 through 2020. 291 cases made." (04/13)


"A wine of pure happiness, a tasting takes us upward of sweet spice with black cherry, while passing by touches of chocolate and citrus." - Winery

"After a rewarding experience working around the world as a consultant, Bruno Lorenzon took over control of the family domaine in the middle of the nineties. His travels helped him to find his own style, and to understand the exceptional terroir of his own domaine. Today his place is here, in Mercurey, and nowhere else. He has restructured the domaine, taking into account its heritage and history, whilst adding his own personal touch: the desire to focus on purity, minerality."

"Today Carline, Bruno's sister, acts as second-in-command, and she shares her brother's values: respect for the vines and nature, and the production of a vinous jewel from this exceptional terroir." - Winery

"To grow grapes as they did in the XIX century - with a minimum of intervention and a maximum of understanding - is Bruno Lorenzon's philosophy. As he says, "great grapes are 90% of the work". The work in the vineyard must be a balance between what goes on underground and what goes on above: herbicide should not be used, rather one should refine the work in the vines, and pay particular attention to the foliage to help harmonise the plant. The grapes should be harvested at physiological ripeness and picked with precision and care. The style of each vintage should be respected - this is the domaine's philosophy."

"To work in the vines to ensure that each grape shows it's true potential. During his travels through different countries in the Southern Hemisphere, Bruno Lorenzo learnt much about "downstreaming". For him, there is no question of trying to compensate in the winery for that which was not obtained in the vineyard. It is during a precise maturation that the real potential of the fruit is shown. Each vintage has its own identity, its own peculiarities, and one must accept them as they are." - Winery