Antoine Jobard Beaune 1er Cru Les Montrevenots 2021


“More open higher tones here – pretty floral accents too – that’s fine! Lots of energy and flavour dimension. The flavour is highly accessible and modestly cushioned. Long and interesting, indeed absorbing wine. I love!” Bill Nanson, Burgundy Report


A very high, cold, rocky, late-ripening site, Montrevenots is at the top of the hill on the Pommard boundary above Clos des Mouches. It’s a south-facing slope, which, to some extent, mitigates the vineyard’s altitude. The white clay and limestone soils here tend to deliver raciness, bright, red fruit notes, and fine, powdery structure. At this stage, Jobard’s Montrevenots is a tiny cuvée, cropped from just one-tenth of the domaine’s 1.4 hectares. This is because he is replanting most of this site with mass-selection cuttings. The parcel in play is historically known as the Clos des Montrevenots, where the vines are 45 years old. Again, all the grapes were destemmed and given a one-week cold soak before fermentation. There is very little new oak, and the wine is bottled after 12 months on lees. It’s a wonderfully bright and mineral Beaune for those who love purity and freshness in their Burgundies.


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