2019 Burgundy: All Wines

2019 is a brilliant vintage in Burgundy, for both reds and whites. The quality across the region is outstanding, though volumes are down by 30-50%. From Chablis, the Côte de Beaune, Côte de Nuits, Mâcon & Côte Chalonnaise to Beaujolais, these are wines that belong in your cellar and on your table.

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Domaine Bruno Clair
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2019 Savigny-les-Beaune 1er Cru La Dominode, Bruno Clair

Dry | Red | Still

These are the oldest vines of the domaine, and were planted in 1902. Their concentration and complexity shows on the nose, which is chalky, floral, pretty, and spicy. The wine has so much energy, tightly coiled, and sinewy, with a pomegranate weight and floral power.

Young: 2023 - 2033
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2019 Gevrey-Chambertin 1er Cru Clos du Fonteny, Bruno Clair

Dry | Red | Still

This clos is a monopole of the domaine found right at the centre point of Gevrey, between the grand cru slope and the Combe de Lavaux. There is a spicy depth of fruit on the nose, and a surprisingly fine, elegant frame on the palate. It always has a sweet salinity to it, which complements the nicely ripe fruit in 2019. A charming Gevrey premier cru that should drink well from early on. One of Bruno’s personal favourites.

Young: 2023 - 2035
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2019 Morey-Saint-Denis En La Rue De Vergy, Bruno Clair

Dry | Red | Still

This remarkable village lieu dit sits directly above Bonnes Mares, Clos de Tart, and Clos des Lambrays. The Clair parcel is situated just above their Bonnes Mares parcel. Up here there is virtually no top soil at all, and the vines plunge straight into the limestone bedrock. The wine has a dark-fruited depth, with a tannin structure that feels so sumptuous and silky. It’s hard to believe this isn’t a premier cru.

Young: 2022 - 2032
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2019 Marsannay Les Grasses Têtes, Domaine Bruno Clair

Dry | Red | Still

Bruno Clair has an impressive 10 hectares in his home village of Marsannay, and bottles five separate cuvées, including this wonderful iteration from a single parcel at the southern end of the commune, on the slope that rises up behind the village. Its name (meaning “fat heads”) refers not to anybody involved in its cultivation, but rather the large rocks that show through the surface of the soil. It is typically the most structured and powerful of the Clair Marsannays, and in 2019 has peppery red fruit and a fresh crunch that runs through the mineral tannins. Quintessential Marsannay, and quintessential Clair. Since being bottled it has evolved to reveal a wonderfully floral aroma with a supple palate, so poised and juicy. This will drink brilliantly from early on.

Young: 2022 - 2029