||Out of stock
||€46,65 / Liter
From Pinot Noir planted in the years 1926 and 1954 in the vineyards Belle Croix and Allots, Philippe Gavignet produces a Nuits-Saint Georges Vieilles Vignes (old vines), aged in barriques for 15-16 months, a quarter of which is renewed annually.
The old vines give only a low yield, but a wine with a particularly high concentration and depth, the aromatic complexity is very impressive for a Village Wine and would be more than ok for a 1er Cru. The silky tannins give the elegance to this wine. 2017 is a classically structured vintage, everything is perfectly balanced and the harvest is back to a normal quantity after the frosty year of 2016. Neil Martin from Vinous writes: "The 2017 reds are very good, often excellent, and from time to time, bloody awesome". A vintage that should not be missed.
||2022 until 2035
||13% alc. vol.
||15-16 months from Pièces a 228L
||100% Pinot Noir
||dry red wine
Bottled by:: Domaine Philippe Gavignet, 36 rue Dr Louis Legrand, 21700 Nuits St Georges, FRANCE
Produced in France - contains sulphites