Chambolle-Musigny Vieilles Vignes, Remi Jeanniard
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Chambolle-Musigny Vieilles Vignes, Remi Jeanniard - 2021

Item # 32689 750mL

An old vines Chambolle that comes from 3 sites: Les Chardannes, Les Drazeys and Les Herbues. The oldest vines are from 1920 and the youngest come from 1975. Planted on clay soils, the grapes were hand-harvested, fermented (20% whole cluster) and then aged in oak (20% new) for one year before bottling. Pair with duck confit.

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Are you a young person with an old soul? Are you simply impatient? Are you looking for red Burgundy with some age on it but don't want to/can't afford those prices? Domaine Rémi Jeanniard to the rescue! The 2016 Chambolle-Musigny Vieilles Vignes is sourced from 3 parcels: Les Chardannes, Les Drazeys and Les Herbues. All planted between the years of 1920-1975, these old vines give great depth, concentration, and minerality. Earth, wet leaves, dried red fruit, and a sanguine-copper note all come together harmoniously. This is a wine that appears and tastes wise beyond its years. Traditional winemaking with low sulphur addition, makes this a red Burgundy to seek out!

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