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Clos Saint-Pierre lies on the south-facing slopes of the Mont du Mâconnais, where soils are varied but limestone is prevalent. Due to frost, the 2021 was drawn from very low yields, gifting a wine of impressive density to match this cool vintage’s energetic drive. Harvested from 23 to 24 September, the free-fun juices fermented entirely in used barrels until the end of January.
It’s a beautifully pitched, coiled white Burgundy, with cool stone fruit and lemon rind, giving way to a mouthcoating texture and orange and crème fraîche flavours. The beautifully tailored palate combines silky suppleness and pulsating energy, tapering to a chalk-infused finish. This would very easily slip into a tasting of more expensive wines from the Côte-d’Or.
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