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Chapelle-Chambertin Grand Cru V.V., Perrot-Minot - 2020

This Grand Cru is located on a slightly sloping area. It is one of the sunniest and earliest growing areas in all of Gevrey, and very often reaches maturity a few days before Chambertin. Its soil is made up of white limestone scree which, thanks to its permeability, ensures optimal drainage. This marl-limestone substratum allows rock heads to emerge in certain places at the top of the finage. The vines here are very old, which gives them extra finesse and a memorable Morello cherry fragrance, which tends towards cherry. An incredibly charming wine. Tim Atkin : 97/100 ; Guide Vert RVF : 96/100 ; Neal Martin : 95-97/100 ; Jasper Morris : 94-97/100
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Sweetbread pie with morels - Small hot meat pie - Roast chicken.

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In just a few years, Christophe Perrot-Minot has been able to evolve like no one else in order to synthesise contemporary viticultural and oenological advances with the fundamental values of the Burgundy tradition, thus making his entry into the Olympus of the great pinots of the Côte de Nuits. The wines are now unanimously acclaimed, even by the most demanding journalists, and for several years now, the man has been favouring the use of products approved for organic farming. He also works to recreate the microbial life of his soils and to improve their structure by systematically ploughing and winter mounding the vines. The Guyot pruning is relatively short, to limit the outflow of grapes and to allow a good maturation of the berries. Leaf removal and green harvesting can be useful depending on the vintage to ensure optimum ripeness of the fruit. The harvest is exclusively manual and is first sorted in the vineyard, then transported in small crates for a second pass on a sorting table. All the bunches are cut in half to check their health and to eliminate all those that are not perfectly ripe. Depending on the vintage, a proportion of the whole crop is put into vats. It is transported in small bins, which allows the logs to be kept intact and to preserve the most natural and accurate expression of the terroir possible. The logs are calibrated in order to keep only the...
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