Maison Louis Jadot carry a simple vision: the inscription in the long term of great terroirs of Burgundy. Founded by Louis Henry Denis Jadot in 1859, it was the first vineyard bought by the Jadot family is the Beaune vineyard, Clos des Ursules, in 1826. Jadot consistently draws paise for his excellent wines from Wine Advocate, James Suckling and in fact all serious wine writers. The reason being consistency across the range of wines where village and premier cru wines receive the same attention as his grand crus.
Their 2019 en Primeur was a sell out and we expect the 2020 release to do the same.
Whilst still too early to give a definitive assessment on 2020 vintage itself, most reports suggest the 2020 Burgundy vintage is shaping up to be superb. Throwing the Covid pandemic and the unusually high temperatures that year into the mix meant it was an unusual year. Producers have high hopes for their wines however with the whites said to be both aromatic and fresh, and the reds said to be complex and structured. The general feeling remains one of optimism particularly when it comes to the whites which could prove to be the region's winning card.
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