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Hospices de Beaune

Mâcon
Milly-Lamartine 2020

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Region: Bourgogne
Level: Village
AOC: Mâcon
Grapes: Chardonnay
Color: White

Tasting

In the Southern part of Burgundy les the famous appellation Mâcon, a symbol of generosity. This beautiful terroir wine combines a mouth-watering nose (white peach, citrus, white flowers)  and a gorgeous palate. Roundness, generosity and seduction for a wine to enjoy at any time.

Food matching

An ideal aperitif, this versatile white wine will also be a good friend with oysters and seafood, mixed salads or goat cheese

Meursault Les Criots
Domaine du Pavillon 2020

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Region: Côte de Beaune
Village: Meursault
Level: Village
AOC: Meursault
Grapes: Chardonnay
Color: White

Tasting

Nose: fresh flowers, citrus and a bit of grassy undertones. A modern-style Meursault, meaning not too fat or buttery but rather going in the mineral precision direction. Great balance where maturity and power do not hide intrinsic freshness.
Mouth: generous and full-bodied with dried fruits balanced by citrus and quince. Beautiful length and ageing potential.

Food matching

Smoked salmon, chicken breast in creamy sauce, mature mountain cheese. Or just as a perfect treat for an aperitif!

History

Situation: a small plot (1/2 an hectare) in the village of Meursault, kingdom of Burgundy’s best whites. Rather old vines.
Know-how: hand harvested in small baskets. Vinified and aged in oak barrels, in a very traditional way. Ageing for 12 months (30% max new oak with fresh forests origins)

Terroirs

Les Criots

Bâtard-Montrachet Grand Cru Cuvée Dames de Flandres 2014

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Region: Côte de Beaune
Village: Chassagne-Montrachet
Level: Grand Cru
AOC: Batard-Montrachet Grand Cru
Grapes: Chardonnay
Color: White

Tasting

Superlative words can rightly be used for this out-of-the-ordinary grand cru. A most delicate nose of white flowers, a touch of honey and citrus. A powerful palate with density and volume. An everlasting finish. Everything is here for this high-level cuvée from the Hospices de Beaune estate.

Food matching

Enjoy on its own with the respect due to this wine, or combine it with high level yet simple fine food. The wine must remain the star.

Nuits-Saint-Georges 1er Cru Les Terres Blanches – Cuvée Pierre de Pème

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Region: Côte de Nuits
Village: Nuits-Saint-Georges
Level: Premier Cru
AOC: Nuits-Saint-Georges 1er Cru
Grapes: Chardonnay
Color: White

Tasting

Coming from the Nuits-Saint-Georges 1er Cru Les Terres Blanches, the Cuvée Pierre de Pème shows a beautiful yellow robe with golden hues. Nose: lemon and tangerine with great vivacity. Some flowers and spices too. Mouth is rich and generous, with a dash of nerve at the end keeping the wine’s vivacity.

Food matching

Enjoy on its own or with a seafood platter, a cod grilled fillet with fennel puree, some old comte mountain cheese

History

Cuvée Pierre de Pème is the only white wine from the Hospices de Nuits-Saint-Georges.

Terroirs

Les Terres Blanches

Pouilly Fuissé Cuvée Françoise Poisard

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Region: Mâconnais
Village: Pouilly-Fuissé
Level: Village
AOC: Pouilly-Fuissé
Grapes: Chardonnay
Color: White

Tasting

Clear yellow robe with honey tones. Citrusy nose with yellow stone fruits and hint of linden. Fine and enjoyable mouth with good amplitude. A pleasure-driven wine true to its beautiful origins from the Maconnais in South Burgundy.

Food matching

Enjoy on its own at the aperitif, with a few toasts of smoked salmon or dices of mountain cheese (comté). A spinach salad with chopped walnut, seabass filet or dry goat cheese will be a perfect match!

History

The Domaine acquired these vineyards in 1994 and 2012 thanks to Françoise Poisard’s bequest. The vines are located in Chaintré to the south of the appellation, the majority being 35 to 90 years old. There are 5 plots: Les Plessys gives round and powerful wines, while Les Robées and Les Chevrières give wines of perfumed fruitiness with considerable minerality. La Chatière and Haut de Savy are more richly structured.

Terroirs

Les Plessys 0.58 ha.,

Les Robées 0.53 ha.,

Les Chevrières 0.4 ha.

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Pouilly Fuissé Cuvée Françoise Poisard 2016

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Region: Mâconnais
Village: Pouilly-Fuissé
Level: Village
AOC: Pouilly-Fuissé
Grapes: Chardonnay
Color: White

Tasting

Clear yellow robe with honey tones. Citrusy nose with yellow stone fruits and hint of linden. Fine and enjoyable mouth with good amplitude. A pleasure-driven wine true to its beautiful origins from the Maconnais in South Burgundy.

Food matching

Enjoy on its own at the aperitif, with a few toasts of smoked salmon or dices of mountain cheese (comté). A spinach salad with chopped walnut, seabass filet or dry goat cheese will be a perfect match!

History

The Domaine acquired these vineyards in 1994 and 2012 thanks to Françoise
Poisard’s bequest. The vines are located in Chaintré to the south of the appellation, the majority being 35 to 90 years old. There are 5 plots: Les Plessys gives round and powerful wines, while Les Robées and Les Chevrières give wines of perfumed fruitiness with considerable minerality. La Chatière and Haut de Savy are more richly
structured.

Terroirs

Les Plessys 0.58 ha.,
Les Robées 0.53 ha.,
Les Chevrières 0.4 ha.

Pouilly Fuissé Cuvée Françoise Poisard 2017

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Region: Mâconnais
Village: Pouilly-Fuissé
Level: Village
AOC: Pouilly-Fuissé
Grapes: Chardonnay
Color: White

Tasting

Clear yellow robe with honey tones. Citrusy nose with yellow stone fruits and hint of linden. Fine and enjoyable mouth with good amplitude. A pleasure-driven wine true to its beautiful origins from the Mâconnais in South Burgundy.

Food matching

Enjoy on its own at the aperitif, with a few toasts of smoked salmon or dices of mountain cheese (comté). A spinach salad with chopped walnut, seabass filet or dry goat cheese will be a perfect match!

History

The Domaine acquired these vineyards in 1994 and 2012 thanks to Françoise Poisard’s bequest. The vines are located in Chaintré to the south of the appellation, the majority being 35 to 90 years old. There are 5 plots: Les Plessys gives round and powerful wines, while Les Robées and Les Chevrières give wines of perfumed fruitiness with considerable minerality. La Chatière and Haut de Savy are more richly structured.

Terroirs

Les Plessys 0.58 ha.,

Les Robées 0.53 ha.,

Les Chevrières 0.4 ha.

Puligny-Montrachet Cuvée Bernard Clerc

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Region: Côte de Beaune
Village: Puligny-Montrachet
Level: Village
AOC: Puligny-Montrachet
Grapes: Chardonnay
Color: White

Tasting

The first aromatic notes reveal already a fine Burgundy wine, with a floral and complex nose (almond, white pepper). Mouth with tension and precision, with a solid backbone that ageing will structure and reveal.

Food matching

Springtime salad with shrimps, aioli, chicken breast in creamy mustard sauce with mushrooms.

History

This cuvée comes from a donation in 2017 by Mr. Bernard Clerc, retired vigneron from Puligny-Montrachet where he owned a significant wine estate. The traditional generosity of the Burgundians is thus clearly as alive as ever in the 21st century.
The cuvée comes from two plots in the climat “les Reuchaux”, on the Meursault side of the village, the vines being planted in 1968 and 1969. Together they comprise 18.96 ares. This is the first donation of vines in Puligny-Montrachet for the Hospices de Beaune.

Terroirs

Les Reuchaux, 0,19 ha.

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Saint-Romain Cuvée Joseph Menault

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Region: Côte de Beaune
Village: Saint-Romain
Level: Village
AOC: Saint-Romain
Grapes: Chardonnay
Color: White

Tasting

Pale yellow colour with green tones. A lot of precision in the nose (lime, hint of grapefruit), followed by a mouth where finesse and intensity combine. The altitude of the terroirs allow it to keep its fresh minerality throughout, defining a beautiful Burgundy.

Food matching

Oysters, octopus salad with coriander, grilled fish, thai spicy soup.

History

This wine is named after a generous benefactor, Joseph Menault, who donated vineyards to the Hôtel-Dieu in 1992. All the vines needed replanting, and this took place in 1994 (le village haut) and 1998 (Sous la Velle). The village of Saint-Romain is situated in a precipitous cleft of hills, just west of Meursault. Over half of this Cuvée comes from a steeply-sloping vineyard, Le Village Haut, located above 400 metres, near the highest point of Saint-Romain. The balance comes from Sous la Velle, 50 meters lower down. Previous vintages tasted display intense perfume, raciness and minerality.

Terroirs

Le Village Haut 0,43 ha.,

Sous la Velle 0,33 ha.

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Meursault-Charmes 1er Cru Cuvée Albert Grivault 2014

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Region: Côte de Beaune
Village: Meursault
Level: Premier Cru
AOC: Meursault Charmes 1er Cru
Grapes: Chardonnay
Color: White

Tasting

Clear bright colour. The bouquet has a beautiful intensity of ripe and fresh citrus, with a minty touch and floral complexity. Mouth displays an impressive energy. A remarkable wine year after year.

Food matching

Seared shrimps with a dash of lemon and Asian spices, simply cooked fish, squashed pumpkin soufflé.

History

Mr. and Mrs. Grivault made their gift to the Hospices in 1904, the vines being magnifcently situated in Les Charmes dessus. 38% of the plantings date from 1958, 30% from 1985, and 32% from 1997.