From a vintage, the red wines of which were described as "awesome" by Neal Martin, this is finely nuanced Chambolle from a much loved domaine. Full of upfront fruit now, which will drop back into layers of gorgeous subtle flavour. Very fine, classic.
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Beyond the Label
Ample fleshy palate of bright summer fruits, undergrowth, minerality
Sweet bouquet of cherries, summer berries, rose petals, leaf
Domaine Hudelot Baillet produces a wide range of beautifully made Burgundies – from Villages through to Grands Crus. It was founded in the 1970s by Paul Hudelot Baillet. His son, Joël, took over in 1981, while the man in charge today is Dominique Leguen, his son in law, from Brittany. They worked together for six years, until Dominique took over in 2004. Since then, the domaine has grown hugely in reputation - from big, powerful wines then to Burgundy of more elegance and finesse, with the elegance and length for ageing. Critic Neal Martin wrote of the domaine, "it's just got everything that I like about Burgundy: delicious, nuanced wines." Enjoy here the Villages Chambolle, packed with intense fruit that will gain complexity with age.
"Everything I like about Burgundy. Just delicious, nuanced wines that need but a sip to compel"
Neal Martin Critic
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