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Rating: 87 Pts Antonio Galloni - VinousSize:750ML
Region: Burgundy Country:France
Varietals: Chardonnay ABV:13%

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87 Pts Antonio Galloni - Vinous

"The 2009 Bourgogne is a decidedly flashy wine loaded with fruit. This radiant, extroverted white is best enjoyed over the next year or two. Anticipated maturity: 2013+."

"Bruno Colin's 2009s show quite a bit of freshness for the year. The harvest began early, on September 5. The malos were finished in between December 2009 and March 2010. The Bourgogne, St. Aubin En Charmois and Chassagne-Montrachet were bottled before the 2010 harvest, while the rest of the 2009s were bottled in March 2011. I tasted the 2010 Bourgogne Aligote, Bourgogne, St. Aubin En Charmois and Chassagne-Montrachet from steel, while the remainder of the 2010s were in barrel. Colin planned to rack the rest of the 2010s in July and bottle in the winter of 2011/2012." (08/11)

85 Pts Allen Meadows - Burghound

"A light touch of reduction will probably dissipate soon and in any event does not completely mask the ripe orchard fruit aromas. There is good punch if not great complexity to the energetic, round and fleshy flavors that offer acceptable length. To enjoy immediately."

"Raised in two-thirds stainless and the rest in cask, 50% of which was new." (02/11)


"Michel Colin was the third generation in his family to grow grapes in Burgundy within the prestigious Cote de Beaune. When he retired in 2003, he handed the property over to his sons, Philippe and Bruno, who split the holdings between them to bottle under separate labels. With the help of his wife, Stephanie, Bruno farms eight hectares of land, in thirty different parcels scattered over five communes, with sometimes as little as just a few rows per parcel. To farm under these circumstances is quintessentially Burgundian, where the old Napoleonic codes of inheritance (evolved from Roman law) divide property equally among offspring. Parcels farmed by any one family continue to get smaller and smaller as they are distributed among relatives."

"He bottles Chassagne-Montrachet, Puligny-Montrachet, Saint-Aubin, Santenay, and Maranges. In the old family winery in the center of the village of Chassagne-Montrachet, he vinifies nineteen cuvees separately, twelve of which are premier cru! He uses traditional vinification methods and ages his wines anywhere from twelve to eighteen months in barrel, though he tends to vinify each parcel in a similar fashion. Bruno's style shows beautiful balance, both aromatically and texturally, while showcasing the delicate minerality and nuanced complexity of each vineyard." -Importer