Velvety, sensual and deep Pinot Noir
Ripe purple in appearance with complex aromas of crushed wild berries, peony and petrichor. Medium+ bodied with powdery tannins alongside earthy flavours of cassis, raspberry, sour cherries and white pepper. Perfectly balanced with a long, savoury finish.
- (91-93pts) Jasper Morris (Tasted Oct '21)
- From 70 year old vines
- 95pts Robert Parker (Tasted Jan '22)
Food Pairing: Roast pork w/ herbs and fennel, beef wellington, mushroom risotto
“Santenay’s finest contemporary exponent” (Wine Advocate Magazine, Aug ’21) Jean-Marc and Ann-Marie Vincent were influencers long before the advent of social media. With methods in the vineyard that more prestigious wineries are now starting to replicate, they have set the benchmark for both Pinot Noir and Chardonnay in this corner of Burgundy. While the Domaine is small, it has now established itself as one of the most praise-worthy in the region. Coming from 70 year old vines this is a Pinot of great depth, concentration and value and will reward the drinker at any stage over the next 20 years. While this may be one of the smaller wineries in the Cote D’or, it is also one of the most exciting with 2020 regarded as their best vintage to date.