Moulin aux Moines' Pommard 1er Cru les Pezerolles is one of the jewels of the domaine (along with the monopole Clos Orgelot). This high mid-slope vineyard is owned by only a few families (de Montille being one of them( and the parcel owned by Moulin aux Moines was planted in 1957. East-facing, with clay-limestone soils, this wine has an intense nose, with dark fruit, spice and earth notes. It is certainly the most intense and complex of the wines made by the domaine.
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The high altitude of Vergisson (about 350 meters) and the eastern exposure of the "Chatenay" give the Bret Brothers perfect balance to this exceptional Pouilly-Fuissé. Press Vintage: 2017 Format: 3...
This is the southernmost Cru of the Beaujolais. This beautiful, south-facing parcel is located at the foothill of Mount Brouilly on clay-limestone soils. The resulting wines are ripe and concentrated....
This is just the second time this cuvee has been in the Ontario market, and it is an incredible value. From 25 year old vines, on calcareous white soils, the wine sees vilification...