2013 Thomas et Jean Marc Bouley Pommard villages

2013 Thomas et Jean Marc Bouley Pommard villages


Essentially a single parcel villages from Vaumuriens at the very top of the Pommard hill.  East/NE facing (cold), from completely white chalky soils.  You can smell it on the nose! This is gorgeous and right up my alley of nervy upper slope character.  This got a YUMM! and a smiley face.  Serious sh!t.    😉
“85% Vaumuriens which is north east facing, high and windy. So this was not so badly destroyed. White soil and young vines – now 16 years old. As it gets better (he has done a lot of work here in this vineyard) I do less in the fermentation. A late harvest and cold and this is a very late plot usually, and it is difficult to get the maturity. He has done such a good job here as this is a lovely wine. Pure aroma. Cool and up-toned. This is silky, pure, high toned, mineral. A straight wine. The tannins are light and sit neatly in the palate. It is light, lucid and energetic…I like the swift mineral finish. It’s tastes cool. It’s a nervy wine. 21 hl/ha though, this is why he got the ripeness. It has vitality. With 40hl/ha it would be green and acidic and have no sweetness.). Top notch. ” -Sarah Marsh


May ’15 arrival

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