Having spent a few years with Chauvet up until his death before moving to his native Burgundy where he was making wine at the infamous Prieuré-Roch as well as the Sabre family. His own Domaine has spread its wings of late as he looks outside of his Burgundian holdings, applying his skill to other terroirs with a deft touch and understated refinement.
The 2018 Chambolle has no vineyard assertion as it is a blend of two, Les Sentiers and Feusselottes. Mid cherry red hue, Pretty red-cherry fruit and a nice touch of stone dust. Succulent, pure and lovely freshness. Excellent balance and length. Tannins are fine but definite.
Dry and juicy at the same time with a light stemmy freshness on the finish.