Antoine Jobard Pommard 2021


“Also a nose of depth and guarded darker fruit. Broad, mouth-filling wine – a fine, grainless tannin as a support for everything else. Modest bitters add extra complexity to these finishing flavours. Another wine to wait for, but perhaps becoming accessible a little before the previous Beaune.” Bill Nanson, Burgundy Report

The 2021 Pommard Village has an open-knit red cherry and crushed strawberry scented bouquet that has more charm than its Volnay counterpart. The palate is lithe and supple, exerting fine grip, beautifully balanced with a sense of panache on the finish. Classy.” 90 points, Neal Martin, Vinous


The lion’s share of Jobard’s Pommard is drawn from a site known as Les Petits Noizons, where the vines are exposed to the southeast on the hill above the 1er Cru line. Meanwhile, the evocatively named Rue au Porc climat sits below the village abutting the D974. Across the holdings (which are not large) the average age of vines is around 50 years. Tasting in recent vintages with Antoine, it is already clear that he has the same touch with red wine as white wine. His style tends towards brightness, perfume and digestibility. “It’s the kind of Burgundy I want to enjoy and to drink,” he says. The grapes are 100% destemmed and naturally fermented, with roughly 10 days on skins. The wine was then aged for 12 months in barrel (only 20% new). As we know, so many great white Burgundy producers are today making outstanding reds. You can now add the name Antoine Jobard to that list. This year, the Pommard was cropped at 20 hl/ha, and it punches well above its weight.


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