Puligny-Montrachet "Enseignères", Prudhon

Puligny-Montrachet "Enseignères", Prudhon - 2021

Item # 38369 750mL

This parcel is almost one hectare in size with one part planted to 30-year old vines and a second part planted to vines in excess of 80 years of age! A splendidly sited lieu-dit that sits just beneath the Grand Cru Bienvenues Bâtard Montrachet. This wine is aged in barrel (20% new oak) for 16 months before bottling.

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  • Limited Production: Only 1 bottle(s) per customer
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About the Producer

St. Aubin, Côtes des Beaune Burgundy, France The domaine was established by Henri Prudhon who was born and raised as a vigneron in the village of Saint Aubin since his birth in 1921. He and his wife, Marguerite, combined forces upon their marriage in 1945, putting their small vineyard holdings together to form the Domaine Henri Prudhon. Monsieur Prudhon was a force in his village, serving for...

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