From 3 parcels of vines 1960’s and early 1990’s old located in Le Chene, Les Masures and La Bergerie. Pure crystalline fruit showing great style and restraint with good generosity for AC level. Average is at least 40 years-old. New vines en-fermage in this vintage. Assembled all the lieu-dits this year, though all vinified separately.
Ooh – pungently impressive, mineral, a suggestion of agrume reduction. Wide, quite the widest, intense again, driving with flavour – this time with some salinity too. Bill Nanson, Burgundy Report, October 2019
Reticent aromas are comprised by notes of white flowers, orchard fruit and subtle application of wood. There is a bit more weight and volume to the vibrant and sappy middle weight flavors that possess slightly better depth and persistence. This is a very good Chassagne villages and worth checking out. Drink 2024+, 89-91 – Allan Meadows, Burghound.