This is a 6-pack. This case contains 2 bottles of each wine:
Name: Dominique Cornin 2017 Pouilly‐Fuissé Clos Reyssié
This single-vineyard wine comes from old Chardonnay vines planted by the Romain's (winemaker) great-grandfather in the 1930's. The berries on these vines are small and the flavours are concentrated. The vineyard is classically located on the east side of the slope and the soils are made of fine clay, which gives the wine good structure. Fermentation is via native yeasts and takes place in a 225L barrel, where the wine remains for a year on its fine lees. The wine is then racked in a tank and ages for one more year in stainless steel. This wine is not filtered or fined and only a small amount of sulphur is added.
This dynamic wine has aromas of ripe lemon, tone fruit and white flowers. On the palate, the wine is invigorating but round with some finely integrated hints of oak and a saline, refreshing finish.
Name: Maison Champy 2018 Pernand Vergelesses
The grapes from Domaine Champy's “Les Quartiers”, “Les Pins”, “La Morand” and “Derrière Frétille” are used in this wine. They are grown on clay and limestone soil. The grapes are harvested by hand, fermented and aged for 10 months in barrel (30% of which are new). This wine is pale golden in colour with hints of silver. It has good aromatic intensity and nice transparency. The nose opens with white flower, citrus and wild mint notes, and a mineral touch. A frank, fresh and elegant attack. On the palate, the wine is mineral, harmonious and rich, with a long and persistent finish.
Name: Frédéric Magnien 2018 Meursault Les Peutes Vignes
In 1168, the monks of Cîteaux received from the daughter of Duke Capetian Hugues, 60 hectares of vines on Meursault. 50 years later it was the turn of the Abbey of Tart to bequeath its territories to the monks and the donations continued during the Middle Ages. Today the Meursault AOC has an area of 395 hectares composed of 96% white wines.
"Les Peutes Vignes" is located in the northeast of the village of Meursault, bordering the first cru "Les Plures". This hillside, limestone and limestone, enjoys a slight slope offering enchanting wines, characteristic of the Meursault appellation famous all over the world. This wine is bright and balanced. It has powerful aromas of flowers and white fruits. Nice, ample and well structured on the palate and ends with a lush finish.