Easter is coming: we encourage you to make your selection early to ensure you've the right wines to enjoy over the holiday weekend.
This parcel in the Hautes-Côtes de Nuits, right next to Axelle’s cellar, sits at 450 metres altitude. The isolated parcel is naturally low yielding anyway, and, she says, naturally pruned by the local deer. The vines are around 50 years old and around 10% of the vineyard is an old Burgundian variety of Melon de Bourgogne (more commonly found in Muscadet these days). It is so light and fresh, so clean-cut and refreshing. A perfect aperitif.
Ready 2022 - 2032
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Ready 2022 - 2035
Ready 2023 - 2037