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Griotte-Chambertin Grand Cru, Perrot-Minot (magnum) - 2019

This very small cru is located immediately below the Clos de Bèze, practically where it adjoins the Chambertin. The slope is very uneven and its microclimate is without doubt the warmest of the Grands Crus, with an advance of 5 to 6 days compared to Chambertin. The place is very sunny and very early and has received a large part of the silt that has flowed down the valley and forms a sort of alluvial cone curving in a west-east direction with its northern and southern edges as summits. Jancis Robinson: 18/20; Jasper Morris: 94-97/100
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Viticulture

65 year old vine. This very small vineyard is located immediately below the Clos de Bèze, practically where it borders the Chambertin. The slope is very uneven and its microclimate is without doubt the warmest of the Grands Crus, with an advance of 5 to 6 days compared to Chambertin. This very sunny and early location has received a large part of the silt that has flowed down the valley and forms a sort of alluvial cone curving in a west-east direction with its northern and southern edges as summits.

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The grapes are 100% de-stemmed. Cold maceration for about a week, at 14°. Natural fermentation, gentle extraction by pumping over and very little punching down. Once fermentation is complete, the wines are racked for 48 hours and put into barrels for 12 to 14 months of ageing, depending on the nature of the vintage. 50% of the barrels are new, the rest being made up equally of one and two year old barrels.

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