2019 Futures

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The campaign "Futures 2019" will stop on 2021 July 31st, in the limit of the available stock.

Newsletters Futures 2019

  • 4093
    Futures 2019 Pomerol
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    Always of a high level for a reasonable price (in Pomerol), Gazin wines, moderately full-bodied and marked by truffles, are the archetype of the appellation.

    Bettane & Desseauve :  93-94/100
    Revue du Vin de France : 92-94/100 « Discret, comme souvent Gazin dans sa jeunesse, l’échantillon affiche une puissance modérée mais un parfait équilibre. Il grandira autour d’une structure très harmonieuse et d’un fruit à la saveur florale déjà très pomerolaise. »
    Dupont (Le Point) : 17.5-18/20 « Rose rouge, cerise, élégant, bien équilibré, notes poivrées, long, délicat, frais. »
    Quarin : 94/100 « Nez très aromatique, au fruité mûr et crémeux. Délicat en entrée de bouche, avec une sensation de minutie dans l'extraction, un toucher raffiné, le vin glisse tout le long de la bouche avant de s'achever long, savoureux et même complexe. Superbe. »
    Galloni (Vinous) : 91-93/100 « The 2019 Gazin is succulent, racy and forward. Deceptive in its mid-weight feel, the 2019 is racy and forward, with plenty of the vintage's radiance on display. Best of all, the 2019 should drink well right out of the gate. »
    Martin (Vinous) : 95-97/100 « The palate is very promising with saturated tannins that belie the structure of this Pomerol. The freshness is very impressive, lighting up the senses. The finish is imbued with wonderful tension and traces of iron on the aftertaste. Quintessentially Gazin, this is a superb wine. »

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  • 4098
    Futures 2019 Pomerol
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    Vieux Château Certan is certainly, with a high proportion of Cabernet Franc (30% on average), the most classic, firm and distinguished Pomerol wine. It does not have the softness and immediate charm of other great Pomerol, but still keeps all these promises as it ages. Very classy!

    Bettane & Desseauve : 96-97/100 « Sa complexité aromatique est remarquable. Persistance, trame soyeuse énergique, beaucoup de profondeur. »
    Revue du Vin de France : 95-97/100 « Comme en 2017, une petite touche de cabernet-sauvignon apporte un singulier panache aromatique à ce grand fruit noir satiné, intense et dynamique, à la structure feutrée. Moins explosif, moins sculptural que l’herculéen 2018, 2019 offre une sapidité et un charnu absolument remarquables, son caractère solaire se résolvant presque miraculeusement en une impression de fraîcheur florale. »
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    Galloni (Vinous) : 95-97/100 « The 2019 Vieux Château Certan is a heady, rich wine that captures all of the exoticism of the year. This is an especially ripe, unctuous style for VCC. It will be interesting to see what aging brings, as there is plenty of grip and structure underneath a core of dense fruit that remains remarkably primary. »
    Martin (Vinous) : 96-98/100 « The 2019 Vieux Château Certan is deep in colour. It has a fabulous, very intense nose that explodes from the glass. The palate is so sensual and seductive on the entry, its creamy texture irresistible and completely disguising the structure underneath. Alexandre and Guillaume Thienpont fashioned a brilliant follow-up to the glorious 2018. »

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  • 4102
    Futures 2019 Saint-Émilion
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    A small vineyard of 8 ha of old vines (70% Merlot), now owned by Clos Fourtet. Superb wine, balanced and fruity and tasty, for a very modest price, which rightly became a grand cru classé in 2012. For the Revue du Vin de France as for us : "The best quality/price ratio in Saint-Émilion".

    Revue du Vin de France : 91-92/100 « Le fruit du millésime transparaît dans un bouquet aux parfums de rose, la signature des graves du terroir. En bouche, sa matière souple et ses tanins alertes nous enchantent. »
    Dupont (Le Point) : 15/20 « Cerise, cassis, floral, tanins fermes, enrobés, amer fin, finale opulente. »
    Quarin : 87/100 « La couleur est sombre, [...] la bouche agréable, fruitée »
    Galloni (Vinous) : 91-93/100 « The 2019 Côte de Baleau is a very petty, gracious wine. Lifted aromatics play nicely off of the wine's mid-weight structure. There is plenty to like in this distinctive, accessible Saint-Émilion. As always, Côte de Baleau is a wine of understatement; the 2019 is especially classy. »
    Martin (Vinous) : 93-95/100 « This feels cohesive, almost clinical, especially towards the impressively precise and mineral-driven finish. I cannot recall a Côte de Baleau with this degree of terroir expression. Bon vin! »

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  • 4103
    Futures 2019 Saint-Émilion
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    Revue du Vin de France : 92-94/100 « La tension papable d’un tanin énergique enrobe une construction gracieuse, subtil mariage de fruits noirs et de beaux parfums floraux qu’une finale dynamique vient clore avec brio sur une allonge franche et séveuse. »
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    Quarin : 91/100 « Caressant  au  départ, moelleux au milieu, très aromatique, le vin se développe ascendant en finale, avec un gras fin  et  beaucoup  de  goût.  C’est  très  bon. »
    Galloni (Vinous) : 91-93/100 « The 2019 Grand-Pontet is a very pretty Saint-Émilion. Medium in body, with gorgeous red berry fruit, the 2019 has a lot to offer. All the elements meld together nicely in this mid-weight, juicy Saint-Émilion that speaks to balance above all else. »
    Martin (Vinous) : 90-92/100 « The 2019 Grand-Pontet feels a bit static on the nose, with plenty of fruit but missing the vivacity and energy of its peers. The palate is actually more promising with fine grained tannins and well judged acidity, a silky texture towards quite a persistent finish. »

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  • 4104
    Futures 2019 Saint-Émilion
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    This wine, the largest in St-Émilion with 57 hectares, has been offering since its purchase by Mr. Magrez (1997) structured wines that do not deny their terroir, full, gourmet and devilishly seductive thanks to a luxurious maturing process.

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    Quarin : 88/100 « Bouche ronde, agréable, fruitée et bâtie pour faire plaisir sans avoir beaucoup de fond dans la persistance. »
    Galloni (Vinous) : 92-94/100 « Fombrauge is super-expressive in 2019. Supple and nuanced, with lovely aromatic brightness, the 2019 has a lot to offer. Sweet red cherry, mocha, espresso, dried flowers and leather are some of the many aromas and flavors that give this silky Saint Émilion so much appeal. »
    Martin (Vinous) : 92-94/100 « The 2019 Fombrauge has a delightful, very pure and opulent bouquet with vivid blackberries, blueberry and vanilla. The oak is nicely assimilated. This is showing a great deal of promise. »

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  • 4106
    Futures 2019 Saint-Émilion
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    The terraces of Moulin Saint-Georges (7 ha) face those of Ausone (same owner). For the quality of its terroir and the refined style of its wines, Moulin Saint-Georges is a grand cru classé in power.

    Bettane & Desseauve : 94/100
    Revue du Vin de France : 91-93/100 « Un fruit croquant, fin et fumé distingue ce vin assez délicat et tendre, d’une belle finesse. D’une belle tension, il est bâti sur un tanin salin et presque moelleux. Jolie finale tonique. »
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    Quarin : 89/100 « Nez très aromatique, au fruité mûr et même parfumé. Ce parfum se retrouve en bouche dans un déroulé savoureux et une corpulence un peu moins dense que de coutume. »

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  • 4107
    Futures 2019 Saint-Émilion
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    The amateur looking for fine and easily digestible classified great wines should be interested in Fonroque. In organic cultivation since 2006 and biodynamic cultivation since 2008, Fonroque offers an original vision of the terroir of the Saint-Émilion plateau, made of freshness, elegance, controlled and melting power. Alain Moueix, its owner, clearly shows the way forward for the future of the great wines of Bordeaux, all shores combined.

    Revue du Vin de France : 92-93/100 « Une dimension sapide et saline unique sur un fruit radieux. Le jus frais et croquant s’enrobe d’un moulé à la gloire d’une structure où la tension se double de profondeur intégrée dans une matière à la finale aérienne, signe d’une viticulture soignée. »
    Dupont (Le Point) : 15/20 « Framboise, feuillage, note florale, tanins serrés, bonne matière, amer fin. »
    Quarin : 88/100 « Bouche juteuse et parfumée, plus sur l'arôme que la corpulence et le tannin. »
    Martin (Vinous) : 90-92/100 « The 2019 Fonroque has a ripe, almost exotic bouquet with decadent red fruit, a little excessive perhaps. The palate is medium-bodied with soft tannins, rounded and velvety in texture, one of the headiest Saint-Émilion crus that I have tasted - completely different to Alain Moueix's Pomerol cru Château Mazeyres. »

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  • 4113
    Futures 2019 Saint-Émilion
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    As well maintained as Canon-La Gaffelière (same owner), under the direction of Mr. Derenoncourt, Clos de l'Oratoire offers practically the same fullness and intensity for half the price.

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    Revue du Vin de France : 94-95/100 « En bouche, de beaux tanins enrobent une texture large, favorisée par les argiles du terroir. Son énergie est séduisante. Des notes de fleurs et une finesse mentholée animent le milieu de bouche. »
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    Galloni (Vinous) : 92-94/100 « A muscular, powerful wine, Clos de l'Oratoire is deep and expressive from the very first taste. Inky dark fruit, lavender, espresso, gravel and new leather all build as this potent Saint-Émilion shows off its character. »
    Martin (Vinous) : 92-94/100 « The palate displays more vivacity with fine-grain tannins and an almost Left Bank pencil lead note emanating from the 19% Cabernet Franc. Quite linear but persistent on the finish, this is a very well-crafted, elegant, intellectual Clos d'Oratoire »

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  • 4112
    Futures 2019 Saint-Émilion
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    With today 11 ha, the vineyard of Valandraud allows Mr. Thunevin to tighten his selections for the great wine and his second, Virginie de Valandraud (there is a 3rd, Clos Badon, and even a 4th wine!). Rich in colour, always delicious with an elegant tannic structure, Virginie de Valandraud makes those who think that second wines have no soul lie.

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    Revue du Vin de France : 90-91/100 « Ici, on retrouve le croquant classique du millésime sur une définition un peu mate du fruit. Le milieu de bouche se montre puissant, la finale intense et réjouissante. »
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    Quarin : 89/100 « Nez très aromatique, au fruité mûr. Bouche caressante de part en part, très fruitée au milieu, évoluant suave et charmante, avec une touche de truffe. »
    Galloni (Vinous) : 93-95/100 « The 2019 Virginie de Valandraud is fabulous. Inky, rich and dense to the core, the 2019 possesses tremendous creaminess and a feeling of intensity that builds with time in the glass. The 2019 finishes with a closing flourish of mineral- and floral-drenched overtones. It is such a captivating wine. »
    Martin (Vinous) : 92-94/100 « The palate is medium-bodied with fine grain tannins, superb structure and an almost Left Bank like density on the graphite-tinged finish. Excellent. »

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  • 4108
    Futures 2019 Saint-Émilion
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    An oenologist by training, Ms. Papon-Nouvel owns two tiny properties at the bottom of Saint-Émilion near Canon-La Gaffelière: Petit Gravet Aîné (2.4 ha) and Clos Saint-Julien (1.3 ha), where the vines are mainly old cabernets francs. From the vine to the cellar, she manages all the stages in the production of her wines on her own and, whatever the vintage, her talent as an instinctive winemaker gives wines of natural elegance and exemplary sweetness.

    Bettane & Desseauve : 94/100
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    Quarin : 90/100 « Sa texture est délicate dès l’entrée en bouche. Le vin se développe minutieux, très savoureux, avec de la présence, avant de s’achever long et parfumé. Beaucoup de cabernet franc infère ce comportement tout en délicatesse. Un superbe Outsider en agriculture biologique ! »
    Galloni (Vinous) : 92-94/100 « Even with all of its intensity and pure power, the 2019 retains terrific aromatic brilliance. Then again, that is the magic of Cabernet Franc in this 2.4-hectare vineyard. Petit Gravet Aîné shows the ripeness of the year a bit more than its sibling Clos Saint-Julien, but it has an allure all of its own. »
    Martin (Vinous) : 85-87/100 « The palate is medium-bodied with grippy tannins. A bit disjointed compared to its peers with a dry and atypically austere finish that feels green around the edges. Perplexing. »

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  • 4114
    Futures 2019 Saint-Émilion
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    Bettane & Desseauve :  93-94/100
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    Quarin : 93/100 « Superbe nez éclatant de fruits noirs et frais, avec un fond crémeux et épicé. Bouche voluptueuse, où le corps ne cesse de fondre, gracieux, suave, velouté, sans une once de tannin dans la persistance. »
    Galloni (Vinous) : 92-94/100 « The 2019 La Marzelle is such a gorgeous wine. Rich and unctuous in the glass, the 2019 is a heady, flamboyant wine, but it all works so well here. La Marzelle is not exactly complex, but it sure is delicious. »
    Martin (Vinous) : 92-94/100 « The 2019 La Marzelle is extremely pure on the nose with vivacious dark cherries, cassis, pressed iris flowers and incense, well defined with seamlessly integrated new oak. It is a well-crafted modern-style Saint-Émilion. »

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  • 4117
    Futures 2019 Saint-Émilion
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    From 2005, this prestigious terroir adjacent to Cheval-Blanc, L'Évangile and La Conseillante returns in great shape, under the supervision of M. Thunevin (Valandraud). His velvety and sensual style places him halfway between Saint-Émilion and Pomerol.

    Bettane & Desseauve : 95-96/100 « Attaque veloutée plaisante avec une finale énergique. Le cru a gagné en ressor et en expression pour afficher un vrai caractère, énergique et sans aucune lourdeur. »
    Revue du Vin de France : 94-95/100 « Un fruit puissant et ardent, ainsi qu’une touche de pivoine pour le nez qui a déjà pris les notes de bois. Le bouquet reste sur un fruit noir et la structure serrée devient plus crémeuse au fil de la dégustation. Ce millésime affirme le style et libère le potentiel du vignoble de La Dominique. »
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    Galloni (Vinous) : 94-96/100 « The 2019 La Dominique just shimmers with beauty. Bright, floral and vibrant, the 2019 is a total stunner. Freshly cut flowers, mint, cedar and red cherry jam open up in the glass, but it is the wine's purity that impresses most today. This is a fabulous showing. »
    Martin (Vinous) : 93-95/100 « The palate is well defined with detailed black fruit laced with graphite, but the real difference vis-à-vis previous vintages is the weight on the mid-palate. There is no hole in the middle and the wine stretches out languorously on the finish. Is La Dominique beginning to realize its potential? This sample suggests that is the case. »

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  • 4121
    Futures 2019 Saint-Émilion
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    Galloni (Vinous) : 86-88/100 « The 2019 Rocheyron is a soft, pleasant, easy-going wine. Inky dark cherry, plum, chocolate, licorice and spice all develop with a bit of air. It would be nice to see a bit more mid-palate and overall body. »
    Martin (Vinous) : 93-95/100 « The palate is medium-bodied with supple tannins, a fine bead of acidity, so much freshness and tension bursting towards the finish that you want to immediately return for another sip. The best Rocheyron thus far. »

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  • 4123
    Futures 2019 Saint-Émilion
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    Bought out in 2017 by the reinsurer SCOR, a page is turned in Troplong-Mondot, a formidable terroir in Saint-Emilion. Up to and including 2016, these are the richest in extract and most generous wines of the appellation, made by Christine Valette and her husband, under the aegis of Michel Rolland.

    A radical break in style from the 2017 vintage: armed with the power of its terroir, the Château now aims, under the leadership of Aymeric de Gironde (former director of Cos d'Estournel), to produce more harmonious wines, combining elegant precision with their natural aromatic richness.

    Bettane & Desseauve : 96/100 « Mâche soyeuse subtile en attaque, avec un tannin qui prend de la densité et de la profondeur. La fraîcheur aromatique est intégrée et la finale crayeuse donne de la verticalité au vin. »
    Revue du Vin de France : 95-96/100 « Le profil est massif mais le fruit dynamique. La puissance rassemblée des calcaires sert l’équilibre de ce vin complexe et généreux, à l’extraction plus infusée. Une belle réussite. »
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    Quarin : 95/100 « Immédiatement délicat dès l’entrée en bouche, plus floral que jamais, minutieux dans son toucher et sans cesse parfumé, le vin s’étire en finale, savoureux et délicatement complexe dans son déroulé. »
    Galloni (Vinous) : 96-98/100 « The 2019 Troplong Mondot is sensational. Rich, vibrant and explosive, the 2019 pulses with energy. Black cherry, violet plum, licorice, lavender and dark spice build in a statuesque Saint-Émilion endowed with tremendous energy and pure power. Troplong Mondot is not as obvious a wine as it was a few years ago, but its grandeur - and more importantly, the grandeur of this site - are evident. »
    Martin (Vinous) : 95-97/100 « Its gentle personality belies the backbone of this Troplong, with touches of white pepper and tobacco toward the cerebral finish. It is a wonderful Saint-Émilion from Aymeric de Gironde and his team, more approachable than the 2018, to be frank, just a wine you are going to want to drink. »

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  • 4125
    Futures 2019 Saint-Émilion
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    Advised by Mr. Derenoncourt, Clos Fourtet regularly and unobtrusively demonstrates that the upper part of the Saint-Émilion plateau can produce wines as great as the Ausone or Pavie hillsides. Sobriety, depth, finesse and intensity are exemplary.

    Bettane & Desseauve : 94-95/100
    Revue du Vin de France : 96-97/100 « Une extraction très douce procure au vin beaucoup de finesse, la minéralité des calcaires du plateau lui confère son élégance. Ce saint-émilion profond dévoile ici un profil aérien avec un fruit gorgé de sève et un tanin crayeux. »
    Dupont (Le Point) : 16.5-17/20 « Fruits rouges, nez frais, bouche crémeuse, tanins veloutés, élevage discret. » 
    Quarin : 95/100 « Nez très aromatique, fin, au fruité mûr et frais. Moelleux en entrée de bouche, ample au milieu, avec un corps juteux et fondant, le vin évolue avec beaucoup de goût en finale. Il s’étire longtemps sur un grain fin et des sensations fraîches. »
    Galloni (Vinous) : 95-97/100 « The 2019 Clos Fourtet is exotic and beguiling in the glass. Inky dark fruit, licorice, espresso, menthol and lavender all run through this sumptuous, beautifully resonant Saint-Émilion with bright mineral underpinnings that extend the finish effortlessly. A regal, exquisite wine »
    Martin (Vinous) : 95-97/100 « The palate is medium-bodied but (as expected) contains more weight and girth compared to its peers. Firm grip, solid and yet graceful, there is a crescendo of flavours towards its heady, focused and very persistent finish. Wonderful salinity in the mouth, the aftertaste is one of the longest you will find on the Right Bank. Fabulous. »

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  • 4129
    Futures 2019 Saint-Émilion
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    Bettane & Desseauve : 95-96/100 « Le crémeux de texture est l'un des plus purs de Saint-Émilion. Le vin évolue ensuite par paliers savoureux et la finale s'impose avec charme et fraîcheur. »
    Revue du Vin de France : 96-97/100 « Le pur style Valandraud pour ce millésime au parfait équilibre, entre le velours chatoyant de la matière et la fraîcheur du fruit caractéristique de 2019. Le nez sur la cerise juteuse et la feuille de tabac évolue en permanence à l’aération. Le milieu de bouche pulpeux et lisse livre en finale le souffle de fraîcheur qui anoblit le vin. »
    Dupont (Le Point) : 16.5-17/20 « Eucalyptus, boisé frais, bouche tendue, tanins fermes, racé, très persistant. » 
    Quarin : 95/100 « Nez très aromatique, avec un fond de fruits noirs et d'épices. Moelleux à l'attaque, dense au développement, plutôt parfumé, le vin se développe à la fois plein et juteux, sur des saveurs truffées et une tannicité parfaitement enrobée. »
    Galloni (Vinous) : 95-97/100 « A regal, statuesque wine, the 2019 Valandraud dazzles from the very first taste. Deep, beautifully textured and expansive, the 2019 races across the palate with stunning energy and pure vibrancy. A wine of notable power and explosive richness, Valandraud is truly magical in 2019. »
    Martin (Vinous) : 96-98/100 « The multi-layered dark cherry and plummy fruit is underpinned by a killer line of acidity. The finish feels pixelated to the n'th degree. This is a formidable wine from Jean-Luc Thunevin and ranks amongst the very best Right Bank wines of this vintage. »

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  • 4145
    Futures 2019 Chevlaier-Montrachet Grand cru
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    In 2004, Jean-Michel Chartron gave a new impetus to his estate, with the chance to have an extraordinary land heritage (the Clos des Chevaliers is the best part of the Chevalier-Montrachet, itself considered the best grand cru in Puligny after Montrachet). Mineral, nervous, powerful and long, its wines are among the greatest in Puligny. Rated two stars in the Revue du Vin de France guide.

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    Jean-Michel Chartron was doubly elected "Winegrower of the Year": in the magazine "Bourgogne Aujourd'hui" in March 2018 and in the Hachette guide in September 2018.

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  • 4163
    Futures 2019 Crozes-Hermitage blanc
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    In 1994, Michel Tardieu began selecting and maturing wines from very old vines and from the best terroirs, following the precepts of his friend Dominique Laurent. While Laurent is known for the concentration of his Burgundy wines, Tardieu has, due to the innate power of Rhone Valley wines, sought to favor elegance and aromatic complexity in his selections. In addition, the luxurious maturation in high quality barrels is a perfect match for the wines of this region.

    Promoted two stars in the 2020 guide Revue du Vin de France.

    100% marsanne (over 50 years old), dry white wine, aromatic (apricot, peach, frangipane...) and fat, with a judicious touch of bitterness on the finish.

    Terroirs : Gervans, Habrard, Tenay
    Varieties (age of vines) : 60% marsanne (more than 50 years), 40% roussanne (more than 50 years)
    Alcohol content : 14°
    Ageing : 10 months in new and one old barrels
    Bottling : no fining and very light filtration

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  • 4164
    Futures 2019 Saint-péray
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    In 1994, Michel Tardieu began selecting and maturing wines from very old vines and from the best terroirs, following the precepts of his friend Dominique Laurent. While Laurent is known for the concentration of his Burgundy wines, Tardieu has, due to the innate power of Rhone Valley wines, sought to favor elegance and aromatic complexity in his selections. In addition, the luxurious maturation in high quality barrels is a perfect match for the wines of this region.

    Promoted two stars in the 2020 guide Revue du Vin de France.

    50% marsanne (with 100 years old vines!) and 50% roussanne. On a background of honeyed and toasted notes, intense aromas of white flowers and quince, the freshness is well present and, in the mouth, the vivacity balances the roundness.

    Terroirs : La Côte, La Beylesse
    Varieties (age of vines) : 50% marsanne (50 to 100 years), 50% roussanne (more than 40 years)
    Alcohol content : 14°
    Ageing : 12 months in new and one old barrels
    Bottling : no fining and very light filtration

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  • 4165
    Futures 2019 Châteauneuf-du-pape blanc
    • Dry white
    160,00 € ex VAT
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    In 1994, Michel Tardieu began selecting and maturing wines from very old vines and from the best terroirs, following the precepts of his friend Dominique Laurent. While Laurent is known for the concentration of his Burgundy wines, Tardieu has, due to the innate power of Rhone Valley wines, sought to favor elegance and aromatic complexity in his selections. In addition, the luxurious maturation in high quality barrels is a perfect match for the wines of this region.

    Promoted two stars in the 2020 guide Revue du Vin de France.

    40% Grenache and 30% Roussanne, with Clairette and Bouboulenc, this Châteauneuf Blanc was discreet in its early days. Always keeping well, its natural power is expressed as it ages, with aromas of white peach and orange blossom.

    Terroirs : La Crau, Palestor, Les Gardioles, Cabrières, Plateau de Mont-Redon
    Varieties (age of vines) : 40% grenache (60 years), 30% roussanne (40 years), 20% clairette (50 years) et 10% bourboulenc (50 years)
    Alcohol content : 13,5°
    Ageing : 8 months in new and one old barrels
    Bottling : no fining and very light filtration

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  • 4166
    Futures 2019 Condrieu blanc
    • Dry white
    183,00 € ex VAT
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    In 1994, Michel Tardieu began selecting and maturing wines from very old vines and from the best terroirs, following the precepts of his friend Dominique Laurent. While Laurent is known for the concentration of his Burgundy wines, Tardieu has, due to the innate power of Rhone Valley wines, sought to favor elegance and aromatic complexity in his selections. In addition, the luxurious maturation in high quality barrels is a perfect match for the wines of this region.

    Promoted two stars in the 2020 guide Revue du Vin de France.

    Terroirs : Paton, Chanson, La Bonnette, Malleval, La Ribaudy, Merlant
    Varieties (age of vines) : 100% viognier (45 years)
    Alcohol content : 14°
    Ageing : 10 months in new and one old barrels
    Bottling : no fining and very light filtration

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  • 4167
    Futures 2019 Hermitage blanc
    • Dry white
    250,00 € ex VAT
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    In 1994, Michel Tardieu began selecting and maturing wines from very old vines and from the best terroirs, following the precepts of his friend Dominique Laurent. While Laurent is known for the concentration of his Burgundy wines, Tardieu has, due to the innate power of Rhone Valley wines, sought to favor elegance and aromatic complexity in his selections. In addition, the luxurious maturation in high quality barrels is a perfect match for the wines of this region.

    Promoted two stars in the 2020 guide Revue du Vin de France.

    Splendid Hermitage white wine, 80% Marsanne and 20% Roussanne, with aromas of peach and acacia honey, with a characteristic touch of marzipan.

    Terroirs : Pierrelles, Beaume, Murets, La Croix
    Varieties (age of vines) : 80% marsanne (more than 50 years), 20% roussanne (more than 40 years)
    Alcohol content : 14°
    Ageing : 12 months in new and one old barrels, and 12 months in wooden tank
    Bottling : no fining and very light filtration

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  • 4168
    Futures 2019 Crozes-hermitage rouge
    • Red
    107,00 € ex VAT
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    In 1994, Michel Tardieu began selecting and maturing wines from very old vines and from the best terroirs, following the precepts of his friend Dominique Laurent. While Laurent is known for the concentration of his Burgundy wines, Tardieu has, due to the innate power of Rhone Valley wines, sought to favor elegance and aromatic complexity in his selections. In addition, the luxurious maturation in high quality barrels is a perfect match for the wines of this region.

    Promoted two stars in the 2020 guide Revue du Vin de France.

    Thanks to vines (Syrah) 60 years old, Mr. Tardieu produces a 'grand' Crozes-Hermitage. Divided between fruit and minerality, in a round and silky style more Burgundian than Rhodanian, a perfect introduction to the Hermitage.

    Terroirs : Larnage, Battis, Gervans, Habrard
    Varieties (age of vines) : 100% syrah (more than 60 years)
    Alcohol content : 13,5°
    Vinification : 1/3 not destemmed grapes
    Ageing : 12 months in new and one old barrels, and 6 months in wooden tank
    Bottling : no fining and no filtration

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  • 4169
    Futures 2019 Saint-joseph rouge
    • Red
    129,00 € ex VAT
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    In 1994, Michel Tardieu began selecting and maturing wines from very old vines and from the best terroirs, following the precepts of his friend Dominique Laurent. While Laurent is known for the concentration of his Burgundy wines, Tardieu has, due to the innate power of Rhone Valley wines, sought to favor elegance and aromatic complexity in his selections. In addition, the luxurious maturation in high quality barrels is a perfect match for the wines of this region.

    Promoted two stars in the 2020 guide Revue du Vin de France.

    Perfect balance between the gourmet raspberry/cherry fruit (as in Hermitage) and the mineral tension of the schist and granite subsoil (as in Cornas). Syrah and serine (small syrah), aged 60 and over 100 years respectively.

    Terroirs : La Roue in Saint-Jean de Muzols, La Ribaudy in Chavannay, Coteau Vitrine in Saint-Pierre de Bœuf
    Varieties (age of vines) : 100% syrah (more than 40 years)
    Alcohol content : 13,5°
    Vinification : 1/3 not destemmed grapes
    Ageing : 10 months in new and one old barrels, and 6 months in wooden tank
    Bottling : no fining and no filtration

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  • 4170
    Futures 2019 Cornas rouge
    • Red
    148,00 € ex VAT
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    In 1994, Michel Tardieu began selecting and maturing wines from very old vines and from the best terroirs, following the precepts of his friend Dominique Laurent. While Laurent is known for the concentration of his Burgundy wines, Tardieu has, due to the innate power of Rhone Valley wines, sought to favor elegance and aromatic complexity in his selections. In addition, the luxurious maturation in high quality barrels is a perfect match for the wines of this region.

    Promoted two stars in the 2020 guide Revue du Vin de France.

    From Syrah and small Syrah aged 60 years minimum. The austerity due to the schistose soil is perfectly balanced here by Michel Tardieu's talent as a breeder. A model for the northern Rhône.

    Terroirs : Les Savaux, Les Chaillots, Patou at the base of the slopes
    Varieties (age of vines) : 100% syrah (60 to 100 years)
    Alcohol content : 14°
    Vinification : 1/2 not destemmed grapes
    Ageing : 24 months in new and one old barrels
    Bottling : no fining and no filtration

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  • 4172
    Futures 2019 Côte-rôtie
    • Red
    285,00 € ex VAT
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    In 1994, Michel Tardieu began selecting and maturing wines from very old vines and from the best terroirs, following the precepts of his friend Dominique Laurent. While Laurent is known for the concentration of his Burgundy wines, Tardieu has, due to the innate power of Rhone Valley wines, sought to favor elegance and aromatic complexity in his selections. In addition, the luxurious maturation in high quality barrels is a perfect match for the wines of this region.

    Promoted two stars in the 2020 guide Revue du Vin de France.

    A new cuvée created in 2017, a Côte-Rôtie from the heart of the hillside on the major terroirs of the Côte Brune. Phenomenal concentration, energetic tannin, a compact but refined wine, to wait at least 10 years before considering tasting.

    Terroirs : Landonne, Lancement, Chavaroche, Les Rochains
    Varieties (age of vines) : 100% syrah (more than 60 years)
    Alcohol content : 13,5°
    Vinification : 100% not destemmed grapes
    Ageing : 12 months in new and one old barrels, and 12 months in wooden tank
    Bottling : no fining and no filtration

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  • 4173
    Futures 2019 Hermitage rouge
    • Red
    285,00 € ex VAT
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    In 1994, Michel Tardieu began selecting and maturing wines from very old vines and from the best terroirs, following the precepts of his friend Dominique Laurent. While Laurent is known for the concentration of his Burgundy wines, Tardieu has, due to the innate power of Rhone Valley wines, sought to favor elegance and aromatic complexity in his selections. In addition, the luxurious maturation in high quality barrels is a perfect match for the wines of this region.

    Promoted two stars in the 2020 guide Revue du Vin de France.

    More roundness and flesh than Côte-Rôtie, with a texture of fatty and melting tannins, the solar side of the Hermitage hillside is perfectly highlighted here.

    Terroirs : beginning of Le Méal, Pierrelles, Diognières, Les Bessards, La Croix
    Varieties (age of vines) : 100% syrah (60 years)
    Alcohol content : 14°
    Vinification : 1/3 not destemmed grapes
    Ageing : 12 months in new and one old barrels, and 12 months in wooden tank
    Bottling : no fining and no filtration

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  • 4174
    Futures 2019 Côtes-du-rhône rouge
    • Red
    70,00 € ex VAT
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    In 1994, Michel Tardieu began selecting and maturing wines from very old vines and from the best terroirs, following the precepts of his friend Dominique Laurent. While Laurent is known for the concentration of his Burgundy wines, Tardieu has, due to the innate power of Rhone Valley wines, sought to favor elegance and aromatic complexity in his selections. In addition, the luxurious maturation in high quality barrels is a perfect match for the wines of this region.

    Promoted two stars in the 2020 guide Revue du Vin de France.

    Terroirs : on the borders of Châteauneuf-du-Pape, side of Courthézon
    Varieties (age of vines) : 95% grenache (70 years), 5% others
    Alcohol content : 14,5°
    Vinification : 100% not destemmed grapes
    Ageing : 8 months in two or three old barrels, and 10 months in wooden tank
    Bottling : no fining and no filtration

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  • 4175
    Futures 2019 Rasteau rouge
    • Red
    80,00 € ex VAT
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    In 1994, Michel Tardieu began selecting and maturing wines from very old vines and from the best terroirs, following the precepts of his friend Dominique Laurent. While Laurent is known for the concentration of his Burgundy wines, Tardieu has, due to the innate power of Rhone Valley wines, sought to favor elegance and aromatic complexity in his selections. In addition, the luxurious maturation in high quality barrels is a perfect match for the wines of this region.

    Promoted two stars in the 2020 guide Revue du Vin de France.

    Blend of 70% Grenache aged 80 years, 20% Syrah (40 years) and 10% Mourvèdre (40 years), on the clay-limestone slopes of Rasteau, a fleshy, generous wine, typical southern Rhône.

    Terroirs : limestone-clay slopes, blue and yellow clay
    Varieties (age of vines) : 70% grenache (80 years), 20% syrah (40 years), 10% mourvèdre (40 years)
    Alcohol content : 14,5°
    Vinification : 1/3 not destemmed grapes
    Ageing : 10 months in one or two old barrels, and 10 months in wooden tank
    Bottling : no fining and no filtration

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  • 4176
    Futures 2019 Vacqueyras rouge
    • Red
    93,00 € ex VAT
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    In 1994, Michel Tardieu began selecting and maturing wines from very old vines and from the best terroirs, following the precepts of his friend Dominique Laurent. While Laurent is known for the concentration of his Burgundy wines, Tardieu has, due to the innate power of Rhone Valley wines, sought to favor elegance and aromatic complexity in his selections. In addition, the luxurious maturation in high quality barrels is a perfect match for the wines of this region.

    Promoted two stars in the 2020 guide Revue du Vin de France.

    A blend of Grenache (70%), Syrah and Mourvèdre, firm and earthy vigour, in a style comparable to that of the Gigondas.

    Terroirs : Plateau de Sarrians, La Ponche, Les Grès, Les Pendants, Cazaux, Cabassole
    Varieties (age of vines) : 60% grenache (over 60 years), 35% mourvèdre (40 years), 5% syrah (40 years)
    Alcohol content : 14,5°
    Vinification : 1/2 not destemmed grapes
    Ageing : 10 months in one or two old barrels, and 12 months in wooden tank
    Bottling : no fining and no filtration

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    Available February 2022
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