*ALL PRICES IN BOND* 25 year old vines of chardonnay grapes in clay-limestone terroir. Maturing in french oak barrel, 30% of which are new. A rare Chardonnay appellation which is to be served young.
*ALL PRICES IN BOND* 35 year old vines of pinot noir grapes on clay-limestone terroir. 14 months maturation in french oak barrels, 30% of which are new.
A fleshy and crunchy mouth, with a red fruits expression that leaves a fresh sensation. Silky tannins.
*ALL PRICES IN BOND* The Ladoix 1er Cru la Corvee Rouge contains 25% whole cluster fruit and matured in 25% new oak. It has a pleasant dark cherry and cranberry-scented bouquet with a touch of damp earthiness coming through.
*ALL PRICES IN BOND* A fruity and straight forward wine with supple and round tannins. To drink relatively young.
42 year old vines, clay-limestone terroir. Stalking, cold maceration for 3 - 5 days. Total fermentation on skins 16 - 18 days. 14 months in french oak barrels, 30% of which are new.
Jancis Robinson – “2016 is a seriously delicious vintage for Burgundy” “Bad news Burgundy lovers, there is a shortage of Burgundy wine in this vintage” – So grab yourself a 6 pack or two. The wines from Anne Parent are a firm favourite with us and with a little bit of bottle age they are exceptional.
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From purchased grapes, the Monthèlie Village Rouge has a pleasant dark berry and tea leaf-scented bouquet. The palate is medium-bodied with supple tannins, slightly leafy perhaps, with a gentle grip on the dry finish. Drink this easy-going Montelie over the next two or three years. (Neil Matin)
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100% Pinot Noir with 14 to 15 months in French oak where approximately 30% are new. A textured and caressing mouth, concentrated and vibrant medium-bodied flavours that display a touch of wood on the mildly rustic and delicious finish.
Great with poultry and roast meat.
*ALL PRICES IN BOND* Pommard 1er Cru Les Croix Noires, one of the smallest premier crus of the appellation on fine grey clay soils, includes 10% whole-cluster fruit. It has a slightly more tertiary-driven bouquet than Anne Parent’s other cuvées, just a hint of brine underneath the carapace of blackberry and wild cherries.