Ripe citrus, orange oils, stone-fruits and under-notes of smoke. Like a baby brother to the 2014, same focus, energy and drive, yet at the same time not as tightly wound and will show its charms earlier. Lots of texture, grip and tension.
894 bottles made
From a small vineyard above and behind the village of Saint Aubin as the slope starts facing westerly. Sharp shards of limestone poke out of a very white, chalky Argovian soil at the top of the vineyard, slowly merging into a iron-rich Callovian limestone from marl at the base of the slope. The fruit from the top is more mineral and acid driven, with grapes lower down giving richer, riper, fruit-driven character. Being westerly facing and tucked up towards the HautesCôte de Beaune, this is a late ripening site with old vines delivering classic Saint Aubin aromatics, flavours and verve.
From vines planted when the Douro was wild, this wine is made out of grapes from ancient vines and is full of plum, herb and floral aromas. The palate is...
What a wine - truffles, honey, cooked peaches and a lovely long, semi sweet palate. A fabulous example of a sweeter Vouvray. Wine available Mid May 2018. Contains Sulphites
Classic Amarone - earthy, dark, powerful and yet graceful. If you want a great Barolo without spending a fortune, this is where to go. People: Cesari Family (Owners) Contains Sulphites...