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Pierre-Yves Colin-Morey Hautes-Cotes de Beaune Blanc 2021

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The Wine

Vines in the direction of Nolay, in the lieu-dit of En Creuzilly at a height of 420 metres with high clay content. It was bought in 2014 with Benoît Riffault and Emilie Sauzet. Grapes are harvested about a week later than the vines around Chassagne.  A very fresh wine with less ‘fat’ that wants time to show its best. Ample depth covering a very fine structure.

86-89 Points Allan Meadows, Burghound "A broad-ranging nose features notes of mineral reduction, pear, white flower and hints of wood and zest. The sleek, delicious and more mineral-inflected flavors also terminate in a clean and dry but not especially austere finale. This is very good for its level. Outstanding"


The Details
Variety - Chardonnay
Country - France
Region - Burgundy
Sub Region
 - Hautes-Cotes de Beaune
Extra - Cork
Year - 2021
Volume - 750ml

About the Wine Maker

Established as one of the young rising stars of Burgundy, Pierre-Yves Colin-Morey in 2005 left his family Domaine, Marc Colin, where he gained a solid reputation for his outstanding white wines. Pierre-Yves took control of a share of the family vineyards (Domaine Marc Colin) from 2006 vintage. His first vintages have been made from vineyards and growers that he works closely with buying the wine as must and aging the wines in barrels which he has supplied. If the resulting wines meet his standards the barrels of wine purchased are then matured in his own cold cellar below his house in Chassagne Montrachet. The white wines are whole bunch pressed, fermented with natural yeasts, aged on lees for up to 18 months in mostly in 350 litre barrels with no lees stirring and no filtration. The corks used come from one tiny supplier and are extra long and extra wide (55mm x 25mm) for the village, 1er cru and Grand cru wines and are untreated with no paraffin and the bottles are then sealed with soft wax to ensure no problems with premox. The resulting wines are built to age classically up to 10 years or more.