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Benjamin Leroux Bourgogne Rouge 2018

This year’s blend includes a quarter of declassified villages-level wine from St-Romain and Monthélie. The Bourgogne-level fruit is drawn mostly from the excellent Maison Dieu in Pommard, Les Mont Pellans in Meursault, some Estate vines in Volnay and even a little contribution from Vosne-Romanée (Croix Blanches). The remaining 25% comes from the Hautes-Côtes de Nuits above Vosne-Romanée. The élevage took place in 22-hectolitre Grenier cask supported by a few 228-litre Burgundian pièce
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The whole nine yards!

Benjamin Leroux Bourgogne Rouge 2019

A great mixture of sites this year includes 25% villages wines from St-Romain Sous le Château, Savigny and Monthelie. The Bourgogne-level fruit was drawn from the excellent Maison Dieu in Pommard, Mon Poulain in Volnay, Belles Côtes in Meursault and Croix Blanche in Vosne. Then there’s a good glug from the Dames Huguettes vineyard which lies in the Hautes-Côtes de Nuits above Vosne-Romanée. Make no mistake, these are serious vineyards for a wine at this level. Leroux has alway
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Domaine Joannes Violot-Guillemard Bourgogne Côte d’Or ‘Maison Dieu’ 2019

Maison Dieu is the name of an actual lieu-dit situated in Pommard but Violot chooses to employ the term cuvée anyway; in the period prior to 1937 this well-situated parcel was declared as Pommard rather than Bourgogne “Ripe aromas of red berries, plum and plenty of earth lead to voluminous and very rich middle weight flavors that possess a seductive texture before concluding in a clean, refreshing and only mildly rustic finale.” Burghound
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Pommad - From the Pommard Master!

Benjamin Leroux Pommard 2019

Given his experience in Pommard, home turf, if he'll have handle on any fruit this will be it!
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Domaine Thierry Violot-Guillemard Pommard 1er ‘La Platière’ 2016

Stunning. Beautiful perfume such a divine fragrance that leaps out of the glass. Excellent energy. Zesty fine acid, the texture here is exceptional. There is often a misconception that wines from Pommard are brutish, structured and will need decoded to even be approachable. Like most things in life, mass generalisation does no one any favours. Although this undoubtedly has much much more to give with time it is divine with super fine tannins now! Layered and complex with perfumed persistant f
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Domaine Thierry Violot-Guillemard Pommard 1er ‘Les Fremiers’ 2016

Fascinating drinking here. More down the strawberry line. With excellent harmony. This is divine, violets and underlying savoury notes. Another excercise in textural difference. Arvelet so even fine and plush, derrière building in structure, Fremier super high quality tannins with a very slight mid-palate prominence and wonderful length of tannin. Drinking these wines side by side is a demonstration in the diversity of Pommard, a celebration of the differences between vineyards.
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Domaine Thierry Violot-Guillemard Pommard 1er ‘Les Arvelets’ 2016

Incredibly together, sophisticated and elegant this has such harmony. Wonderful refinement even long palate. Baking spice on red fruit with a touch of slatey tannin. Beautiful, it draws you in, so much coming out as it opens in the glass. Roses and perfume layered in with savoury pops and earthiness. Beautifully played oak again just a gently sweep across the palate. Divine Wine!
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Domaine Thierry Violot-Guillemard Pommard 1er ‘La Platière’ 2017

Rounder, plusher than the 2016. A lovely differentiation between vintage that still sees the qualities of clearly very fine house at play. None of the reduction Meadows noted on first release is present now. A little more time is needed for this to show it’s full colours at the moment. A little more savoury with the same fruit energy at play. As seems to be the case for the Domaine there is a harmony that you don’t always see in Burgundy. Superb drinking.
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Domaine Thierry Violot-Guillemard Pommard 1er ‘Les Fremiers’ 2017

Want to deep dive into the Village of Pommard? Check the Wine Bites Mag article “Getting Your Head Around Burgundy Part 6 – The Reds of Pommard from the Côte de Beaune” About Thierry Violot-Guillemard Importer, Euan’s story of discovering this 5th generation Domaine is one of Serendipity. After too many stays in bland hotels visiting […]
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Domaine Thierry Violot-Guillemard Pommard 1er ‘Les Fremiers’ 2018

A cooler and quite pretty nose combines notes of plum, red and dark raspberry along with spice and floral top notes. The finer and more seductively textured medium-bodied flavors that possess a lovely sense of underlying tension, all wrapped in a bitter pit fruit-inflected finish. This firmly structured effort could use a bit more depth, but more will almost certainly develop over the course of time. Good stuff here. ♥ Sweet spot Outstanding Drink 2030+ Burghound, 92 Points
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Domaine Thierry Violot-Guillemard Pommard 1er ‘La Platière’ 2018

A brooding and still very primary nose offers up liqueur-like notes of dark cherry, raspberry, anise and a hint of wood. There is excellent verve to the utterly delicious flavors that also possess excellent delineation before concluding in a mineral-laden and sneaky long finale. This is lovely and worth a look. ♥ Outstanding Drink 2028+ Burghound, 91 Points
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Domaine Joannes Violot-Guillemard Pommard 1er ‘La Platière’ 2019

Deep and concentrated, the 2019 Pommard 1er Cru La Platière evokes aromas of rose petals, red berries, Indian spices, raw cocoa and loamy soil. Medium to full-bodied, layered and vibrant, with powdery tannins and lively acids, it's the most elegant young Platière that I've tasted from the domaine. William Kelley, 91-93 Points
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Domaine Thierry Violot-Guillemard Pommard 1er ‘Clos de Derrière Saint-Jean’ Monopole 2016

Opens with juicy crunchy fruit that takes just a little while to settle in. More immediately overt than the others. There’s a build in tannin here that when you relate it back to the vineyard location near Rugien and listen to Anne Parents thoughts on Pommard makes sense. A certain savoury meatiness comes through. You can see this will need a little more time in bottle to really come together. Excellent depth and length of fruit as seems to be the case with all of Thierry’s wines.
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Domaine Thierry Violot-Guillemard Pommard 1er ‘Clos de Derrière Saint-Jean’ Monopole 2017

Well I couldn't find a review of this and haven't had a chance to taste it. Given the other 9 wines from 2016 and 2017 I've tried it's hard to see this being anything but true to form and simply put a 2017 version of the 2016! My Note on the 2016: Opens with juicy crunchy fruit that takes just a little while to settle in. More immediately overt than the others. There’s a build in tannin here that when you relate it back to the vineyard location near Rugien and listen to Anne Parents
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Domaine Thierry Violot-Guillemard Pommard 1er ‘Les Rugiens’ 2016

There are 2 vineyards that are talked of when the best of Pommard is discussed. Les Épenots and Les Rugiens. It’s clear tasting Thierry's interpretations of these vineyards that there is merit in those discussion. The 2016 Les Rugien is exceptional. Darker, tighter and more structured than the Epenots while there is an extra edge to the tannins they are of very high quality. The oak is handled well again with just a fine sweep across nose and palate, nothing overt or distracting from a won
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Domaine Thierry Violot-Guillemard Pommard 1er ‘Les Épenots’ 2016

There are 2 vineyards that are talked of when the best of Pommard is discussed. Les Épenots and Les Rugiens. It’s clear tasting Thierry's interpretations of these vineyards that there is merit in those discussion. WOW! This is very good. Seriously good. Again the vitality, stunning perfume, divine tannins of depth and style. The depth and drive through the finish of exceptional flavours. I am in a very happy place. A build in tannin weight over La Platiere with extra layers, a gentle sweep
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