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Domaine Camille Thiriet Côte de Nuits-Villages Rouge La Montagne 2022

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Domaine Camille Thiriet Côte de Nuits-Villages Rouge La Montagne 2022
Producer Domaine Camille Thiriet
Region, Country Côte de Nuits, France
Bottle Size 750ml
Product Code 23333-750

Not to be confused with the Aux Montagnes négociant bottling, this comes from a high, estate-owned site (280 metres) on the Corgoloin-Ladoix border. La Montagne lies below Clos Magny (see below) and faces due east. The soils are light and dominated by sandy clay. In Camille’s words, the wine combines “the freshness and purity of Savigny with a little more depth and structure of the Côte de Nuits”. Really fine and perfumed yet with good depth, this has a cooler and slightly more structured persona than the Magny. Would love some time in the cellar—even if, like all of Matt and Camille’s 2022s, it’s already delicious. 

Domaine Camille Thiriet Côte de Nuits-Villages Rouge La Montagne 2022

Reviews

“Five Star Wine. One of the new domaine vineyards from Corgoloin, not to be confused with Aux Montagnes in Comblanchien. Mid slope on light clay. Clear crimson purple. A very elegant pure raspberry nose. Super perfume here, fine acidity, a little more tension perhaps, a fresh acidity at the back, with similar length. Hard to separate the two.”
91 points, Jasper Morris MW, Inside Burgundy
“From a parcel in Corgoloin (not to be confused with Aux Montagnes in Comblanchien) characterized by fine, sandy clays, the 2022 Côte de Nuits-Villages La Montagne wafts from the glass with scents of sweet plums, berries and orange zest. Medium to full-bodied, fleshy and fine-boned, it’s an elegant, precise wine that concludes with a mineral finish.”
91 points, William Kelley, The Wine Advocate

Reviews

“Five Star Wine. One of the new domaine vineyards from Corgoloin, not to be confused with Aux Montagnes in Comblanchien. Mid slope on light clay. Clear crimson purple. A very elegant pure raspberry nose. Super perfume here, fine acidity, a little more tension perhaps, a fresh acidity at the back, with similar length. Hard to separate the two.”
91 points, Jasper Morris MW, Inside Burgundy
“From a parcel in Corgoloin (not to be confused with Aux Montagnes in Comblanchien) characterized by fine, sandy clays, the 2022 Côte de Nuits-Villages La Montagne wafts from the glass with scents of sweet plums, berries and orange zest. Medium to full-bodied, fleshy and fine-boned, it’s an elegant, precise wine that concludes with a mineral finish.”
91 points, William Kelley, The Wine Advocate

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