Auxey-Duresses VIEILLES VIGNES Blanc 2009 - Prunier-Bonheur

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SKU
B314
€20.60
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Description

Pascal Prunier belongs to the fifth generation of winemakers in the family. He created his own farm in 1983 on an initial area of 3 hectares, the entire leased. Then the area has gradually expanded through purchases of vines. It now covers 6 hectares spread over several towns in the Côte de Beaune which can present a range of titles more interesting. Tasted blind after decanting, the wine is exceptional. The wines are full, rich and complex although they remain difficult to assess in their youth. Wine is very complex, delicate and long, but it should be open at least 1:30 before serving. family estate set in Meursault for generations, Jean Bocard the field is one of those traditional areas that do not seek to take advantage of a trend or another other, but to offer wines that their match. Distinguished several times by the Revue du Vin de France, this area is now recognized as a major area bourguignon.

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SKU B314
Color White
Bottle Size 0.75 L
Country France
Region Bourgogne
Appellation Auxey-Duresses
Alcohol 13.00
Main grape Chardonnay
Grapes 100% Chardonnay
Maturing Barrique
Tasting Scores

RVF 15, BA Cité

When to drink 2012-2019
Vintage 2009
Vintage Description

Burgundy can rejoice as the Bordelais: 2009 sign there as a beautiful vintage. Throughout the growing season, the vines benefited from good weather conditions, with sun and heat in summer. In September, maturity was optimal with good balance sugar / acid / aromas. The harvest took place rather calmly, all the grapes having been harvested at the appropriate medium through removal of the ban the harvest. Disease pressure, important enough in the spring, has been contained and summer weather conditions were then avoided the appearance of rot, thereby decreasing the risk of developing these diseases early in the season. White wines: The aromatic profile of a pretty auspicious future. The wines are structured on the roundness and magnitude, with good vivacity. Terroir differences fully play this year. Red wines: The deep and shiny dresses, aromas of red and ripe black fruit (a little premature at this stage), however, portend a good overall quality. On the palate, the wines showed good development, complexity, silky tannins. The feeling of fullness, supported by comfortable lengths, dominates.