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92 points - NM 92 NM 90 points - ST 90 ST 90 points - WK 90 WK LANGTON'S Discover Red Burgundy Six Pack MV LANGTON'S Discover Red Burgundy Six Pack MV

LANGTON'S Discover Red Burgundy Six Pack MV

<h3>Langton’s Discover Red Burgundy six-pack</h3> <p>Five Pinot Noirs, three of them Premier Crus or ‘First Growths’, plus a cheeky Gamay from the far south, make up this compelling north-south survey of the red wines of Burgundy.</p> <p><strong>Jerome Galeyrand ‘Antonin’ Bourgogne Pinot Noir 2016</strong></p> <p>Jérôme Galeyrand is a Loire Valley cheese-maker turned passionate Burgundy winemaker. In 2002 he bought his first vines – a tiny 0.05ha plot. He is based in Gevrey-Chambertin and his now-5ha estate was certified biodynamic in 2015. This wine comes from four parcels in the village of Chambolle grown on clay-limestone soils. The grapes were 100% de-stemmed, then macerated for 3-5 days before fermentation over 18-20 days followed by gentle pressing and 16 months maturation in oak barrels (20% new).</p> <strong><p>Lignier-Michelot ‘En la Rue de Vergy’ Morey-Saint-Denis 2015</strong></p> <p>This 2ha terraced vineyard, planted in 1974, lies immediately above Clos de Tart and is farmed organically (though not certified). The grapes are cold-macerated briefly before whole-bunch fermentation followed by one year of maturation on fine lees in oak barrels (20%-30% new). The wine is settled in tank before light filtration and bottling.</p> <strong><p>Dominique Mugneret ‘Aux Boudots’ 1er Cru, Nuits-Saint-Georges 2015</strong></p> <p>The Premier Cru ‘Aux Boudots’ borders the commune of Vosne-Romanée. The Mugneret vines, below Les Damodes, bordering Les Malconsort, and planted between 1930 and 1980, sit on steep (18%), north-facing, mineral-rich (limestone and clay) slopes. The grapes are hand-harvested, 100% de-stemmed and cold-macerated for 4-6 days before 12-16 days fermentation in tank on indigenous yeasts. Aged in oak barrels (50% new) for 16-17 months.a year before bottling unfined and unfiltered.</p> <strong><p>La Pousse d’Or ‘Clos de la Bousse d’Or’ 1er Cru, Volnay 2014</strong></p> <p>La Pousse d’Or is one of the great names of red Burgundy. This walled monopole vineyard is located next to the Volnay town hall. A quarter of the vines were planted in 1958, the rest in the late 1960s and 1970s. The grapes are and-harvested, destemmed and fermented on indigenous yeasts in temperature controlled tanks. The wine is aged in French oak barriques (30% new) for 15 months before being bottled unfined and unfiltered.</p> <strong><p>Domaine Joblot ‘Les Bois Chevaux’ 1er Cru, Givry 2015</strong></p> <p>Domaine Joblot is among the greatest names of southern Burgundy. The wines from this 14ha estate are made with meticulous care and can rival the best of the Côte d’Or. The Pinot Noir grapes are de-stemmed and elevage is mostly in barrels from Francois Freres. Ageing is for around 16 months but the wines do not take on too much character from the wood; rather the aim is to enhance texture. This Pinot Noir shows great finesse and charm. The nose is typically fresh and fruity, with cherry and raspberry notes. Earthiness and gentle oak on the palate are complemented by red fruit notes. This is a medium bodied Pinot with moderate tannins and a balanced finish,</p> <strong><p>Chateau du Moulin-à-Vent ‘Couvent des Thorins’ Moulin-à-Vent 2016</strong></p> <p>Chateau du Moulin-à-Vent dates back to 1732 and gave its name to the appellation when it was created in 1936. The estate has 37 hectares of vines across the appellation’s finest terroirs on mostly granitic soils rich in iron oxide, copper and manganese. This is the entry-level wine, 100% Gamay from three sites on the eastern slope below the windmill that gives the appellation its name.</p>
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Langton’s Discover Red Burgundy six-pack

Five Pinot Noirs, three of them Premier Crus or ‘First Growths’, plus a cheeky Gamay from the far south, make up this compelling north-south survey of the red wines of Burgundy.

Jerome Galeyrand ‘Antonin’ Bourgogne Pinot Noir 2016

Jérôme Galeyrand is a Loire Valley cheese-maker turned passionate Burgundy winemaker. In 2002 he bought his first vines – a tiny 0.05ha plot. He is based in Gevrey-Chambertin and his now-5ha estate was certified biodynamic in 2015. This wine comes from four parcels in the village of Chambolle grown on clay-limestone soils. The grapes were 100% de-stemmed, then macerated for 3-5 days before fermentation over 18-20 days followed by gentle pressing and 16 months maturation in oak barrels (20% new).

Lignier-Michelot ‘En la Rue de Vergy’ Morey-Saint-Denis 2015

This 2ha terraced vineyard, planted in 1974, lies immediately above Clos de Tart and is farmed organically (though not certified). The grapes are cold-macerated briefly before whole-bunch fermentation followed by one year of maturation on fine lees in oak barrels (20%-30% new). The wine is settled in tank before light filtration and bottling.

Dominique Mugneret ‘Aux Boudots’ 1er Cru, Nuits-Saint-Georges 2015

The Premier Cru ‘Aux Boudots’ borders the commune of Vosne-Romanée. The Mugneret vines, below Les Damodes, bordering Les Malconsort, and planted between 1930 and 1980, sit on steep (18%), north-facing, mineral-rich (limestone and clay) slopes. The grapes are hand-harvested, 100% de-stemmed and cold-macerated for 4-6 days before 12-16 days fermentation in tank on indigenous yeasts. Aged in oak barrels (50% new) for 16-17 months.a year before bottling unfined and unfiltered.

La Pousse d’Or ‘Clos de la Bousse d’Or’ 1er Cru, Volnay 2014

La Pousse d’Or is one of the great names of red Burgundy. This walled monopole vineyard is located next to the Volnay town hall. A quarter of the vines were planted in 1958, the rest in the late 1960s and 1970s. The grapes are and-harvested, destemmed and fermented on indigenous yeasts in temperature controlled tanks. The wine is aged in French oak barriques (30% new) for 15 months before being bottled unfined and unfiltered.

Domaine Joblot ‘Les Bois Chevaux’ 1er Cru, Givry 2015

Domaine Joblot is among the greatest names of southern Burgundy. The wines from this 14ha estate are made with meticulous care and can rival the best of the Côte d’Or. The Pinot Noir grapes are de-stemmed and elevage is mostly in barrels from Francois Freres. Ageing is for around 16 months but the wines do not take on too much character from the wood; rather the aim is to enhance texture. This Pinot Noir shows great finesse and charm. The nose is typically fresh and fruity, with cherry and raspberry notes. Earthiness and gentle oak on the palate are complemented by red fruit notes. This is a medium bodied Pinot with moderate tannins and a balanced finish,

Chateau du Moulin-à-Vent ‘Couvent des Thorins’ Moulin-à-Vent 2016

Chateau du Moulin-à-Vent dates back to 1732 and gave its name to the appellation when it was created in 1936. The estate has 37 hectares of vines across the appellation’s finest terroirs on mostly granitic soils rich in iron oxide, copper and manganese. This is the entry-level wine, 100% Gamay from three sites on the eastern slope below the windmill that gives the appellation its name.

  • Style: Mixed cases - Red
  • Vintage: mv
  • Region: Burgundy
  • Code: LDRBSP
  • Appellation: Burgundy
  • Country: France

Region Burgundy

Burgundy is renowned for producing some of the most elegant and sought after wines of the world. Spread over 230km with 50,000 ha of vineyards and over 110 different appellations, the region resembles a veritable patchwork quilt of vineyards. The principal grape varieties of the region are Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Gamay. Burgundy’s climate is northern continental, ranging from cool marginal conditions in Chablis in the north to the warm climate of Beaujolais on its southern boundary. The classic “Burgundy” wines come from the central part of the region known as the Côte d’Or. Burgundy has a hierarchical classification system based on the quality of the vineyard site. The best vineyards are “Grand Cru” and are usually located on the slopes with the most favourable aspect and soils. Premier Cru (1er Cru), Village and generic Bourgogne wines follow in descending order. There are 30 Grand Cru vineyards mostly located in the Côte d’Or and over 560 Premier Cru sites.
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