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Region Producer Vintage Name Qty Unit Case Format Price Note Ratingsort descending
Red Burgundy Jadot, Louis 2012 Gevrey Estournelles St Jacques

2 Case 6 75cl £350
Red Burgundy Jadot, Louis 2011 Vosne 1er Cru Chaumes

1 Case 6 75cl £285
Red Burgundy Jadot, Louis 2014 Morey 1er Cru Clos des Ormes

3 Case 6 75cl £185
  • Tasting note: There is enough wood spice present to remark upon though not so much as to mask the pretty and airy combination of various red berry aromas that are sprinkled with earth and floral nuances. I like the refinement of the round, supple and attractively textured middle weight flavors that are shaped by firm but well-integrated tannins on the solidly persistent and well-balanced finale. In a word, lovely.

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Red Burgundy Jadot, Louis 2012 Clos de la Roche -

2 Case 6 75cl £650
  • Tasting note: A pungently earthy nose also offers supporting aromas of gentle wood, spice and both red and dark fruit components. There is excellent richness and body to the large-scaled, mineral-inflected and openly powerful flavors that possess plenty of tannin-buffering dry extract before terminating in a striking long finish. This is a robust and very serious effort that possesses excellent cellaring potential and note well that it will need it as this is presently a bruiser. 93/100

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Red Burgundy Jadot, Louis 2011 Clos Saint Denis

3 Case 6 75cl £690
  • Tasting note: A tight and while not completely closed, it would be fair to describe as the nose of subtly layered and spicy dark currant aromas as highly restrained. By contrast, there is fine vibrancy and freshness to the silky and focused middle weight flavors that are shaped by fine grained if distinctly firm tannins, all wrapped in a wonderfully intense, mouth coating, impressively persistent and austere finish. This may be a Clos St. Denis of finesse but it doesn't lack for power or seriousness.

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Red Burgundy Jadot, Louis 2011 Mazis Chambertin

1 Case 12 75cl £1,025
  • Tasting note: There is a bit more wood on the fresh and open sauvage-infused nose of both red and dark currant, earth and game hints. There is excellent volume to the very smooth and polished mid-palate of the broad-shouldered flavors that possess plenty of dry extract before culminating in a mineral-inflected, powerful and long finish. This moderately firm effort is supported by tannins that are ripe if borderline rustic. A classic Mazis.

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Red Burgundy Jadot, Louis 2015 Vosne 1er Cru Suchots

1 Case 3 150cl £450
  • Tasting note: In contrast to the prior two wines this is aromatically much more reserved though aggressive swirling eventually liberates Asian spice box, tea, plum and violet scents. There is fine richness to the very suave and highly seductive medium-bodied flavors thanks to the abundant amounts of dry extract that impart a sappy texture to the lingering and solidly complex finale. This is both classy and stylish and built to reward medium plus-term aging.

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Red Burgundy Barthod, Ghislaine 2017 Chambolle Musigny Les Cras

1 Case 3 75cl £320
  • Rating

    (92 - 94)

    Release Price


    Drink Date

    2021 - 2040

    Reviewed by

    Neal Martin

    Issue Date

    29th Dec 2017


    234, The Wine Advocate

    The 2016 Chambolle-Musigny 1er Cru Les Cras was severely affected by the frost, with 70% less production than normal, or just six barrels this year. It has a tightly wound bouquet with dark berry fruit, wild strawberry, mulberry and light graphite scents that come through with aeration. The palate is medium-bodied with fine tannin, impressive density and energy, a little confit-like towards the finish that has more spiciness than the Véroilles or Les Fuées. Excellent, maybe one of the longer-term Chambolles from the domaine.

    There was some trepidation as Ghislaine Barthod came out to greet me with her husband Louis Boillot. The question spinning around in my mind: how bad was it? Chambolle-Musigny was acutely affected by the frost and with practically all their vines located within that very appellation, I prepared for the worst. The empty cellar was an ominous sign. Where usually there are two tiers of barrels on top of each other, for the most part there was just one. “The frost was terrible,” Ghislaine confirmed. “This vintage there is no Chambolle-Musigny Combottes or Chatelots. They were completely wiped out and we just had a handful of crates. I have made a few vintages so I am used to things like this, but the affect on my son…he was devastated. We picked from 24 September and over the following six days, using around half the team, the same that pick Louis’ wines.” I have included exact quantities of each surviving cuvée within the tasting notes. The only vineyard that offered some relief from the frost was Les Véroilles, which Ghislaine believes escaped the worst because it is located in a small hollow. At least the 2017 vintage is plentiful and Ghislaine has not lost her sense of humor. “I had one UK importer who asked about his allocation. I told him that he had just drunk it,” she told me. While their 2016s are not up there with the 2015s, they managed to eke out small quantities of fine-boned, elegant wines that might not have the depth or the power of a more benevolent growing season, yet attest to the high standard of winemaking, so that they make the best of what they can. The Chambolle Les Fuées still captures the essence of what makes this vineyard one of the best premier crus in the appellation while the Les Véroilles is one of the best that I have tasted in recent years. There is always consistency across the range from Ghislaine-Barthod and despite the sturm und drang of frost and mildew, that remains in this vintage with the exception of a rather lean Bourgogne Rouge. Ghislaine will be back next year with much more quantity to offer and hopefully that UK importer will not drink his company’s entire allocation (though knowing the gentleman in question that would not surprise me).

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