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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Albert Bichot (Clos Frantin and Long Depaquit)

2019 Clos de Vougeot Grand Cru, Domaine du Clos Frantin

Dry | Red | Still

Clos Frantin owns 0.63 hectares of the Clos, running from the bottom to top on the south side of the vineyard. This is yet another example where this vineyard - sometimes dismissed in the company of other grands crus - has excelled in 2019. Pure and poised, with smooth edges and delicious fruit depth.

Young: 2025 - 2037
Domaine Alain Chavy

2019 Puligny-Montrachet 1er Cru Clavoillon, Alain Chavy

Dry | White | Still

Clavoillon is shared between just three owners: Alain, his brother, and Domaine Leflaive. Alain’s vines are now 50 years old, and produce a concentrated, elegant example of Puligny. It is piercing, floral, and runs straight as a die on the palate, with mouthwatering minerality.

Young: 2023 - 2030
Critic Score
89/100

2019 Puligny-Montrachet Les Charmes, Alain Chavy

Dry | White | Still

The plot of Charmes in Puligny is a continuation of 1er Cru Charmes in Meursault, and shares many of its characteristics, like the light, fine, stony soils. It certainly merits single bottling, with its fine-boned nervous freshness and delicate richness underneath. Plenty of fragrant, fresh yellow fruit and a light blossom note. Great value.

Young: 2022 - 2027
Domaine Arlaud

2019 Vosne-Romanée Aux Réas, & Arlaud

Dry | Red | Still

Aux Réas is an excellent village lieu dit that a number of growers choose to bottle separately. It sits at the southern end of the village, and its wines can offer some of neighbouring Nuits’ structure and firmness, with the supple, rippling fruit of classical Vosne.

Young: 2023 - 2032
Domaine Aurélien Verdet

2019 Hautes-Côtes de Nuits Le Prieuré, Aurélien Verdet

Dry | Red | Still

This wine is not only where his cellars are based, it is also the calling card of the domaine. It shows a burst of juicy red berries on the nose, with a lifted, minty freshness. The tannins are so strawberry-soft and supple that the overall impression is of an incredibly silky texture, that might feel like it were missing some structure if it weren’t for the elegant freshness of the Hautes-Côtes acidity. Nice peppery nuance to the cranberry fruit palate.

Young: 2022 - 2026

2019 Nuits-St-Georges Hauts Pruliers, Aurélien Verdet

Dry | Red | Still

This vineyard lies just next to some of Nuits-St-Georges’s finest premiers crus, at the top of the hill, sheltered by the fringe of woodland above. It has this distinctive pink peppercorn note with fresh redcurrants on the nose. The tannins are slightly more granular and grippy than the previous wines, and add a pretty structure to this wine, which bodes well for its evolution over time.

Young: 2023 - 2032
Domaine Ballot-Millot

2019 Meursault Les Narvaux, Domaine Ballot-Millot

Dry | White | Still

Narvaux is one of Meursault's best village lieux dits, sitting relatively high up on the slope, above Genevrières. There is such wonderful pithy grapefruit bitterness, with a straight and incisive line of acidity, and a voluptuous depth of stone fruit on the mid-palate. It is bright and poised, and with subtle smokiness. It is a highly complex village wine that should evolve well for many years.

Young: 2022 - 2028
Domaine Bernard Moreau et Fils

2019 Bourgogne Chardonnay, Domaine Bernard Moreau et Fils

Dry | White | Still

The fruit comes from a number of parcels, all within the Chassagne commune. Alex says he looks for energy rather than too much ripeness in his Bourgogne. This has a wonderfully sweet core of nectarine, and some tart freshness balancing the natural roundness of the wine. A fragrant and charming Bourgogne Blanc, you will never regret having a few bottles of this in the cellar.

Ready: 2021 - 2026
Domaine Blain Sœur & Frère

2019 Pierre Bleue, Côte de Brouilly, Domaine Blain Sœur & Frère

Dry | Red | Still

This comes from a parcel of 60-year-old vines grown on the granite slopes of Mont Brouilly. These volcanic soils produce a wonderfully persistent style of Beaujolais, with the charming strawberry and cherry fruits on the nose. The palate abounds with dark juicy fruit and ripe, grippy tannins and a vibrat length. This has the structure to age extremely well.

Ready: 2021 - 2030
Domaine Bruno Clair
Critic Score
90/100

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.

Young: 2022 - 2029
Critic Score
90/100

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
Critic Score
93/100

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
Critic Score
91/100

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
Domaine Bruno Colin

2019 Bourgogne Blanc, Bruno Colin

Dry | White | Still

Ready: 2021 - 2025

2019 Chassagne Montrachet 1er Cru Les Vergers, Bruno Colin

Dry | White | Still

This is the most linear and acid-driven of Bruno’s premiers crus, with a zingy line running through the palate. Light almond and hazelnut notes add depth and complexity. The most subtle and precise in the cellar.

Young: 2022 - 2030

2019 Chassagne-Montrachet 1er Cru En Remilly, Bruno Colin

Dry | White | Still

En Remilly sits at the meeting point of three villages: Chassagne-Montrachet, Puligny-Montrachet, and St-Aubin. The larger part of it falls within St-Aubin, with the tiny part on the Chassagne side enjoying a superb position - next to Chevalier-Montrachet and just above Le Montrachet. It is a standout wine in Bruno’s cellar - so elegant and pure. The high elevation here, rocky soils, and old vines means yields are particularly low, and the wine is concentrated and explosive, with such tense precision.

Young: 2022 - 2032
Domaine Chandon de Briailles
Critic Score
90/100

2019 Savigny-Lès-Beaune 1er Cru Les Lavières, Chandon de Briailles

Dry | Red | Still

The soil in Les Lavières is high in limestone, and produces a wine with lots of mineral bite, and a floral nose. This is a cuvée where the gentler pressing of the vertical press has given greater elegance and silkiness to the structure.

Young: 2024 - 2032
Critic Score
87/100

2019 Pernand-Vergelesses 1er Cru Île des Vergelesses Blanc, Chandon de Briailles

Dry | White | Still

This is a steep site with very high limestone soils. It always produces a nervous, tight wine that can do with a year or two in bottle before the floral notes can blossom.

Young: 2023 - 2028
Critic Score
95/100

2019 Corton-Bressandes Grand Cru, Chandon de Briailles

Dry | Red | Still

Always one of our favourite wines here, the Bressandes is always the most fleshy and appealing of their Cortons. The thin topsoil is very stony, with gravel over limestone. It always has a dark berry character, with some wild herbs in the background.

Young: 2024 - 2034
Critic Score
91/100

2019 Pernand-Vergelesses 1er Cru Île des Vergelesses, Chandon de Briailles

Dry | Red | Still

Pernande-Vergelesse is just slightly cooler than neighbouring Savigny, and the wines often have this spicy, mineral freshness about them. This is always a charming example.

Young: 2024 - 2032

2019 Savigny-Lès-Beaune Blanc, Chandon de Briailles

Dry | White | Still

This comes from the sandy west-facing soils on the lower part of the village’s slope, which enjoy a cool and fresh microclimate. Always zippy and fragrant.

Ready: 2021 - 2026
Critic Score
91/100

2019 Corton Blanc Grand Cru, Chandon de Briailles

Dry | White | Still

This is a blend of grapes from Corton-Bressandes and Corton-Chaumes. It always displays an abundance of white fruit aromas, complemented by the little hint of vanilla and spice from the oak.

Young: 2023 - 2030
Domaine Comte Armand
Critic Score
92/100

2019 Volnay 1er Cru Les Frémiets, Comte Armand

Dry | Red | Still

Les Frémiets borders Pommard, and this wine has something of the character of both villages. Old vines here make a concentrated wine, with profound depth and sweet-fruited complexity. Gentle acidity and supple tannins bode well for the future.

Young: 2023 - 2033

2019 Bourgogne Blanc, Comte Armand

Dry | White | Still

The domaine's tiny holdings of Chardonnay are situated on the flat plain opposite Pommard and Volnay. Only made in tiny quantities, there was just one large barrel in 2019. It is zesty and bright, with some tropical notes thanks to the Muscat clone of Chardonnay they have.

Ready: 2021 - 2025

2019 Bourgogne Aligoté, Comte Armand

Dry | White | Still

This is a secret gem of a wine to know about: outstanding value, and over-delivers in a big way in vintages like 2019. It's a blend of young vine fruit (now 10 years old) with some 90-year old Aligoté Dorée, whose tiny, golden berries are packed with vibrant flavours.

Ready: 2021 - 2025
Critic Score
94/100

2019 Pommard 1er Cru Clos des Epeneaux, Comte Armand

Dry | Red | Still

This monopole is a giant amongst the great terroirs of the Côte de Beaune. This walled vineyard is over 5 hectares and contains within it some of the finest plant material in Burgundy – a great source of massal selection for growers around the world. The old vines – some in their 100th year – are low yielding but remarkably resilient. A good third down in volume in 2019, this is one of the wines to bag early on. It is ripe and full, but so fresh and pure, and elegantly powerful. Paul Zinetti continues to prove that the Clos des Epeneaux is one of the greatest vineyards of the Côte de Beaune.

Young: 2025 - 2040
Domaine Fontaine-Gagnard
Critic Score
90/100

2019 Chassagne-Montrachet 1er Cru La Maltroie, Domaine Fontaine-Gagnard

Dry | White | Still

La Maltroie is located just up the road from the winery, near the heart of the village. The domaine owns two parcels, one of 0.56 hectares and the other 0.17 hectares. Céline says it is always approachable, and in 2019 it is bursting with zesty fresh lemon. The palate is salty, noticeably weighted with a satisfying depth, and a persistent finish.

Ready: 2021 - 2028

2019 Chassagne-Montrachet, Domaine Fontaine-Gagnard

Dry | White | Still

This is a rich and nutty expression of the village; full and energetic, with a ripe nectarine character and a salty acidity on the balanced finish. As ever, a benchmark Chassagne from one of our favourite producers, and excellent value.

Ready: 2021 - 2026
Domaine François Lamarche

2019 Bourgogne Hautes Côtes de Nuits, Nicole Lamarche

Dry | Red | Still

From a parcel in Concoeur-et-Courboin, on the hills just above Vosne. It is sappy and fruity, pale, and approachable, with a delicate astringency that adds elegance and structure.

Young: 2022 - 2026
Domaine Georges Noëllat

2018 Nuits-St-Georges, Maxime Cheurlin Noëllat

Dry | Red | Still

Young: 2023 - 2031
Domaine Gilbert et Christine Felettig

2019 Beaune 1er Cru Les Champs Pimont, Domaine Felettig

Dry | Red | Still

This cuvée has only been made by Domaine Felettig since 2018. It comes from a half hectare plot on the gentle slope towards the top of the Montagne de Beaune, just underneath Montée Rouge.

Young: 2023 - 2033

2019 Bourgogne Aligoté, Gilbert et Christine Felettig

Dry | White | Still

This uncelebrated ‘other’ white grape from Burgundy is enjoying a moment: the wines are fresh, vibrant, wonderful for early drinking and offer unparalleled value. The Felettig example is everything we’re looking for: salty, fresh, and moreish.

Ready: 2021 - 2025
Domaine Gérard Julien & Fils
Critic Score
86/100

2019 Aloxe-Corton, Les Valozieres, Gérard Julien et Fils

Dry | Red | Still

Aloxe-Corton, which hugs the hill of Corton, may not be the most famous village in the Côte d’Or, overshadowed both metaphorically and literally by the grands crus, but in the hands of winemakers like Etienne the results can be impressive - and good value. This is spicy and dark-fruited on the nose, with a juicy palate that abounds with summer fruits and a voluminous, structured finish.

Young: 2023 - 2029
Critic Score
89/100

2019 Nuits-St-Georges 1er Cru Les Bousselots, Gérard Julien et Fils

Dry | Red | Still

One of the lesser known Nuits premiers crus, this vineyard is shared with Domaine Robert Chevillon, just below Aux Thorey, on the Vosne side of the appellation. Its clay-rich soils have yielded a big-shouldered, powerful Nuits, with a complex and surprisingly silky palate with an ample, pleasing finish.

Young: 2024 - 2033

2019 Nuits-St-Georges 'St Julien', Gérard Julien et Fils

Dry | Red | Still

This single vineyard is located on the north side of Nuits, near Vosne-Romanée. It has a hint of that silkiness, but in its youth, the Nuits structure and stature dominate. This is a great example of the bold and muscular Nuits: fully bodied and full flavoured, with 2019’s brilliant freshness.

Young: 2023 - 2030
Critic Score
91/100

2019 Echézeaux Grand Cru, Gérard Julien et Fils

Dry | Red | Still

Etienne’s parcel is just next to Grands Echezeaux and has produced a magnificent wine in 2019. The fruit is so exuberant and full bodied, with a long, powerful finish of tremendous intensity.

Young: 2025 - 2035
Domaine Hubert Lamy

2019 Santenay Clos des Hâtes, Hubert Lamy

Dry | Red | Still

It is well-worth following Olivier’s reds, particularly in recent vintages. The 2019 might just be the finest yet. Frost, high density planting, and organic farming mean low yields were reached, and this wine has manifest concentration. 70% whole bunch in the tank adds juicy spice, but underneath, this is clearly a wine of powerful and precise dimensions. The vineyard had previously been owned by M. Duvault-Blochet, former owner of Domaine de la Romanée-Conti.

Young: 2023 - 2029

2019 Santenay 1er Cru Blanc, Clos des Gravières, Hubert Lamy

Dry | White | Still

Santenay is one of the southern-most villages of the Côte d’Or. This sunny spot on limestone soil was the first Olivier picked in 2019, and he has captured the precocious juiciness of the fruit, with the chiselled, zingy freshness of vibrant acidity and phenolic extract giving an overall cool mineral effect. Excellent.

Young: 2022 - 2028
Domaine Jean Grivot
Critic Score
86/100

2019 Côteaux Bourguignons, Jean Grivot

Dry | Red | Still

Unlike some Côteaux Bourguignons which are a blend of Gamay and Pinot Noir, this is 100% Gamay, from a parcel of very old vines the Grivots inherited via the Jayers, one of whom was married to Etienne’s father. When tasting, Etienne mentioned that Henri Jayer once told him to never, ever rip out these vines. He has since kept his word, and it is now one of the wines that Etienne is most animated about in their whole cellar. 2019 is a tiny vintage though, with the volumes reduced from a usual 20 barrels to just eight. It is dark, dense, and impressively powerful, with a full and exuberant palate that fans out with black cassis concentration. Certainly not your run of the mill Gamay.

Young: 2022 - 2026

2019 Nuits-St-Georges Aux Lavières, Jean Grivot

Dry | Red | Still

Aux Lavières is tucked just beneath 1er Cru Aux Murgers, on the Vosne side of the appellation, and it’s quite a step up on your regular village cuvée. It is deeply structured, with layers of tobacco, spice, coffee, and dark cherries. Mineral tannins and a sumptuous fresh finish.

Young: 2023 - 2029
Domaine Jean-Marc Boillot

2019 Puligny-Montrachet 1er Cru La Truffière, Jean-Marc Boillot

Dry | White | Still

La Truffière has some of the poorest soil in Puligny, and the wines it produces often glide along at another level. This is zingy, potent, fragrant and complex. As long as you like, as well.

Young: 2023 - 2034

2019 Puligny-Montrachet 1er Cru Les Referts, Jean-Marc Boillot

Dry | White | Still

From the Meursault side of the village, touching Meursault’s Charmes. This is tight and firm, and fairly closed in youth; it will need some time. But the lovely orange blossom character, with hints of almonds and a citrus finish, promises a complex and interesting development.

Young: 2022 - 2032

2019 Puligny-Montrachet, Jean-Marc Boillot

Dry | White | Still

With seven parcels scattered across 3 hectares, of which five are located in Enseignères (a highly-regarded vineyard that touches the grands crus), the JM Boillot Puligny is one of the most complete and quintessential Pulignys we know. The 2019 is tight, fresh, saline, and lime-driven. There is something sappy and tense about the palate. Very good indeed.

Young: 2022 - 2028

2019 Puligny-Montrachet 1er Cru Champ Canet, Jean-Marc Boillot

Dry | White | Still

The Boillots have two parcels here, which together amount to just over one hectare. This 2019 already feels open and ready, with a ripe, generous character on the nose, followed by the classic Puligny salinity and drive on the palate.

Young: 2022 - 2032

2019 Pommard 1er Cru Les Jarollières, Jean-Marc Boillot

Dry | Red | Still

This well-located premier cru is just beneath Les Rugiens-Bas on the Volnay side of the village. It is one of the most improved wines of this estate over the past ten years. In 2019, it has some crunchy herbal notes amongst the red fruit notes, and an appealing salinity on the palate.

Young: 2024 - 2032

2019 Puligny-Montrachet 1er Cru Les Combettes, Jean-Marc Boillot

Dry | White | Still

Their tiny parcel of the highly-regarded Combettes is situated between Les Referts and Champ Canet, right at the top of the Puligny slope. It soars in 2019: fantastic tension and persistence, with a grand cru-esque complexity. It has a majestic power and elegance. Wonderful focus and length, powerful and intense.

Young: 2023 - 2034
Domaine Jean-Marc Millot

2019 Côtes de Nuits-Villages, Les Faulques, Jean-Marc Millot

Dry | Red | Still

This single vineyard Côtes de Nuits village wine is a firm Lay & Wheeler favourite. It has a superbly lifted cherry fruit nose, with some excellent minty freshness on the peppery palate. Exactly what you’d look for in this appellation, with the intensity and dimensions to out-perform some grander communal wines with a few years in bottle.

Young: 2022 - 2026