Gilles Jourdan established his eponymous domaine in 1998, having looked after the family holdings since 1970, whilst making wine at Bichot in Beaune. The domaine’s cellar is located in the quiet village of Corgoloin, on the eastern side of the Route Nationale. A central garage-like space is crammed with bottling equipment and a small tasting table, with a bottle cellar to one side and a barrel cellar to the other. This was the first vintage that this wine was made under the new Côte d’Or appellation. It is made from a 2.5 hectare parcel of around 70 year old vines and is 20% whole bunch vinified in 2017. Displaying excellent density for its level, this is substantial, with bright red berries and forest fruits alongside ripe, supple tannins. This is a real find – an affordable Pinot Noir which impresses.
Sutable for: Vegetarians
Alcohol content: 13.5%
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