100% Pinot Noir. Alc:13.5%. Slightly riper than 2018 Black Label, more red cherries, better mouthfeel with juicy acid and vibrant. Drink now to 2030.
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This fine 1er cru lies on the Pernand-Vergelesses side of the village, and is thought to have earned its name, ‘place of the ovens’, because the village’s communal stoves were housed here. Aux Fourneaux is a low-lying vineyard with an easterly exposure. The soil has deep, rich, clay and fragmented limestone, and the vines are […]
Pernand’s five, red 1er Crus are all south of the village, close to the Corton hill. Like all villages of the Côte d’Or, Pernand chose to suffix the name of its best vineyard to the town’s original name, in this case the east-facing Les Vergelesses. Chandon de Briailles has 1.22 hectares here. This is the […]
Home Hill’s 2020 Estate Pinot exhibits all the hallmarks of its cool climate origin. Deep dark ruby in colour, with aromas of mushroom, forest floor, black forest cake and petrichor (scent of rain). Picked 22nd April 2020 the wine is very concentrated with good structure, and the middle palate displaying savoury, tobacco leaves and nutty […]
This is a stunning, limestone-rich vineyard. Situated relatively high up on the slope atop Les Vergelesses, it directly faces the hill of Corton. The cool east-by-northeast exposure means that this vineyard is often picked quite late in the harvest, and it produces a wine with great depth of fruit yet equally with an intense minerality. […]