Another small-is-beautiful, reference point worthy example is their .09 hectare parcel of 75+ year old Chambolle Musigny les Feusselottes. This was sold off prior to its first vintage in-house bottling in 2017, and has quickly become a reference point worthy example. Whilst not priced shyly, it promises to deliver the Chambollean goodness and then some. Allan’s note sounds delicious to me…..
“(from Feusselottes proper). This too is elegant, cool and restrained with its ripe yet airy aromas of plum, dark currant, spice and pretty floral wisps. The super-sleek, delicious and stony medium weight flavors possess a lacy and sophisticated texture that carries over to the delicious, firm and well-balanced finale. This is a wine that could be enjoyed young but one that should also have no problem rewarding a decade plus of cellaring. (90-93)/2028+” Allan Meadows ———-> “particularly outstanding for their respective appellations and especially merit your attention”