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Domaine JEAN-MARC BURGAUD Regnie 'Vallieres' 2019
Domaine JEAN-MARC BURGAUD Regnie 'Vallieres' 2019

Domaine JEAN-MARC BURGAUD Regnie 'Vallieres' 2019

$150

Only 48 left in stock
*Case price discount: Buy a Case (6 x 75 CL) to get the best price for each bottle.

SKU:

83556539

"A fruit forward Beaujolais cru, this Régnié comes from a one hectare vineyard where the vines are over 60 years old."

  • Wine Region: Burgundy - France
  • TerroirMorgon (Beaujolais)
  • Grape: Gamay (100%)
  • Color: Red
  • Farming: Biodynamic 

Tasting notes: Wonderful Beaujolais Cru with plenty of upfront red berry & strawberry fruit, a silky texture and fine texture & spice to add in complexity.

93/100 Robert Parker

'From 50-year-old vines growing in stony, sandy soils, the 2019 Régnié Vallières bursts with aromas of cherries, raspberries and blackberries, complemented by subtle hints of potpourri and smoked meats. Medium to full-bodied, fleshy and enveloping, it's velvety and succulent, with an ample core of beautifully pure fruit that's girdled by melting tannins and lively acids. This has turned out especially well this year.'

Jean-Marc Burgaud is a budding young star in Beaujolais. Located in the village of Morgon, he is hard working and meticulous and has great ambitions for his wines that his vineyards easily justify.

His 19 hectares (Beaujolais villages 5 hectares; Régnié 1 hectare; Morgon 13 hectares) are planted with Gamay noir on granitic/schistose hillsides. The vinification, elevage and bottling all take place in the chateau cellars. The vines are, on average, 40 years old.

Typical Beaujolais vinification, with carbonic maceration of the whole berries for 5 to 6 days. Raised in a tank for 4 to 5 months. Within Morgon there are several lieu dits and the Cote du Py is considered as the best vineyard in the appellation. This large sloping hillside, where the vines are in excess of 50 years old, has soil of schists, degraded rock, iron oxide and manganese which impart a distinct minerality to the wine. 

This is a well-structured wine, redolent of black fruits (mulberries and cherries). Carbonic maceration of the whole berries lasts 12 to 15 days, and the wine is raised in barrel as well as tank. Jean-Marc’s wines are all very bright and pure.

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