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Bourgogne Rouge Dureuil-Janthial 2017

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One Line Description Bourgogne Rouge from Vincent Dureuil, supple, organic, barrel aged Pinot Noir aged in 33% new oak for 18 months
Production Method Organic
Country France French
Region Burgundy, France
Producer Dureuil-Janthial
Vintage 2017
Wine Type Red Wine
Wine Style Medium bodied
Grape Blend 100% Pinot Noir
Alcohol 12.5% abv
Terroir Clay and limestone
Maturation 18 months in barrels
Ageing Potential 5 years


Bourgogne Rouge from Vincent Dureuil, supple, organic, barrel aged Pinot Noir aged in 33% new oak for 18 months. Sweet, generous and accessible, with the fruit coming in part from Puligny and in part Premeaux. This is seriously good Burgundy for a veritable 'bargain', fine soft fruit, round supple texture and good fresh acidity, the nose has subtle hints of that lovely farmyard authenticity that makes Pinot and Burgundy so delicious. Bottled without fining or filtration.

A friend of Paul Jacqueson's, Vincent Dureuil is an amazing young man who has transformed this domaine and is now producing exquisite red and white wines which are among the most highly regarded (and enjoyed!) by his peers in all Burgundy. Having taken over his father's vines a few years ago, he now owns some 17 hectares. A large proportion of his vines are in excess of 50 to 75 years old. Vincent is an organic producer and all movements of the wine follow the lunar calendar. Vincent's cellars are very deep and cold and all fermentations, malolactic processes and stabilizations take much longer than ordinarily. This, together with low yielding, old vines contributes to the great richness and complexity which all of his wines demonstrate. The straight Pinot Noir is made with loving care from tiny parcels in Prémaux and Puligny, the vines are 40 years old, the fermentation natural and elevage and bottling is done according to the lunar cycle.


1Reviews For Bourgogne Rouge Dureuil-Janthial 2017

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    Keith Cunliffe02/12/2016

    For a basic Bourgogne this shows unusual intensity and fruit. Quite deep in colour, it sits around the middle of the spectrum of burgundian flavours. Any oak influence is discreet. In so far as any generic Bourgogne priced at £18 can be said to represent good value this one does; it certainly outclasses many wines higher up the Burgundy appellation ladder.

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