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Meursault-Blagny La Pièce Sous le Bois 1er Cru, C. de Cherisey - 2019

The term collector is not misused! The estate grows 30 ares of century-old vines here, with yields peaking at 10 hl/ha in generous vintages. We should add that 2019 will be the last vintage in this long history, as the decision was then taken to uproot these very old vines and replace them with pinot. The wine reaches new heights of freshness, mineral and spicy percussion, brilliance, verticality and finesse. Jasper Morris: 90-93/100
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This 33 ares 29 parcel is currently being grubbed up in 2019 and left to lie fallow. 2021 will be the wheat vintage! The soil in this climate is less rich in clay than Genelotte, but has a high proportion of scree.


Hand-picked, rigorous sorting of the grapes before pressing. Direct pressing, decanting of the juice for 12 hours then racking directly into 228 litre oak barrels. The percentage of new oak and the length of maturation depend on the vintage. The wines are not fined or filtered.

The Comtesse de Chérisey estate cultivates 9.30 hectares of vines, 8 of which are Premiers Crus. It is located on the Côte de Beaune, on the remarkable site of the Hameau de Blagny, which belongs to the commune of Puligny-Montrachet. After studying agriculture and viticulture and several years as a teacher, Laurent Martelet and his wife decided to return to their roots in 1998, to cultivate the vineyard of the family property, acquired in 1811. Their career as farmer-winemakers began with the cultivation of about 1.30 hectares of Puligny-Montrachet 1er Cru. The farming practices have been very close to agrobiology for many years. This approach has now been formalised by the conversion to organic farming. Natural and local resources are a priority. Thus, the Martelets produce their own oak stakes and barrels, thanks to the creation of the "Groupement forestier des grands ducs". Their forests are certified. The soils are worked by alternating natural grassing and ploughing. The vineyard is protected by biological control. Tradition and the absolute search for purity are the two requirements of the family. Tradition and the absolute search for purity are the two requirements of the family. Thus, no input is added to the wines apart from sulphur. Fermentation takes place using indigenous yeasts. Yields average 40 to 45 hl/ha. Vinification and ageing take place in 228 litre barrels,...

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