This cuvée is a blend of Beaujolais and Burgundy, of Gamay and Pinot Noir to be precise. This explains the name, “Les Deux Terres”, meaning “The Two Lands”. This combination results in a wine with the finesse and distinction of Pinot Noir and the delicious indulgence of Gamay.
|Format:||12 x 750ml|
|Varietal(s):||Gamay, Pinot Noir|
17.5 POINTS, JANCIS ROBINSON
Deep crimson. A light smoky note of reduction (low SO2 and not much racking). Fabulous dry texture, with graphite, mineral texture. Not fruity or powerful but incredibly refined. ‘Tasted more in the throat than in the mouth’, says Liger-Belair and I think I agree. Very structured and dry and elegant. Peppery more in texture than in flavour. Fine granular texture. All about texture at the moment. Deliciously dry and currently rather closed.
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