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DOMAINE DE LA POUSSE D'OR Grand Cru, Bonnes-Mares 2017

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94 points - AM 94 AM DOMAINE DE LA POUSSE D'OR Grand Cru, Bonnes-Mares 2017 DOMAINE DE LA POUSSE D'OR Grand Cru, Bonnes-Mares 2017

DOMAINE DE LA POUSSE D'OR Grand Cru, Bonnes-Mares 2017

From a small, .17 ha parcel, Pousse d’Or’s Bonnes Mares is planted on the clay soils known as terres rouges on the Chambolle Musigny side of this 15.06ha Grand Cru. This is classic Bonnes Mares, and Pousse d’Or’s version is typically muscular and concentrated but with the ripe, velvety tannins.
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From a small, .17 ha parcel, Pousse d’Or’s Bonnes Mares is planted on the clay soils known as terres rouges on the Chambolle Musigny side of this 15.06ha Grand Cru. This is classic Bonnes Mares, and Pousse d’Or’s version is typically muscular and concentrated but with the ripe, velvety tannins.
  • Style: Pinot Noir
  • Vintage: 2017
  • Region: Bonnes-Mares
  • Code: DPBMGC
  • Varietal: Pinot Noir
  • Country: France

Winery DOMAINE DE LA POUSSE D'OR

Domaine de la Pousse d’Or was established in the commune of Volnay in 1964 by a consortium including Louis Seysses (the father of Jacques Seysses of Domaine Dujac) and Gerard Potel, though it can trace its lineage back to the Dukes of Burgundy in 1100.  Pousse d'Or has enjoyed a strong following in Australia, because two groups of Australians including Moss Wood founder Bill Pannell and the late David Clarke AO, of Poole’s Rock and Macquarie Bank were involved as shareholders during the 80s and 90s.  Sadly, Gerard Potel, who is still revered in Burgundy, died in 1997 and the Australian shareholders sold the domaine to Patrick Landanger, an industrialist who made his fortune manufacturing surgical and orthopaedic instruments.  Over the last twenty years, Landanger has expanded the domaine from 13ha to nearly 19ha having acquired nearly 2ha of Corton rouge grand crus in 1998, 0.73ha of Puligny-Montrachet Caillerets in 2004 and, most importantly, Landanger purch

Domaine de la Pousse d’Or was established in the commune of Volnay in 1964 by a consortium including Louis Seysses (the father of Jacques Seysses of Domaine Dujac) and Gerard Potel, though it can trace its lineage back to the Dukes of Burgundy in 1100.  Pousse d'Or has enjoyed a strong following in Australia, because two groups of Australians including Moss Wood founder Bill Pannell and the late David Clarke AO, of Poole’s Rock and Macquarie Bank were involved as shareholders during the 80s and 90s. 

Sadly, Gerard Potel, who is still revered in Burgundy, died in 1997 and the Australian shareholders sold the domaine to Patrick Landanger, an industrialist who made his fortune manufacturing surgical and orthopaedic instruments.  Over the last twenty years, Landanger has expanded the domaine from 13ha to nearly 19ha having acquired nearly 2ha of Corton rouge grand crus in 1998, 0.73ha of Puligny-Montrachet Caillerets in 2004 and, most importantly, Landanger purchased the 3.5 ha Moine-Hudelot estate in Chambolle which included some Les Amoureuses Bonnes Mares.

With its state of the art, gravity fed winery, the introduction of Italian amphora for three of the Volnay premier crus, and with his son, Benoît, now calling the shots, this important domaine is firing on all cylinders.

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