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Domaine Henri Prudhon & Fils Saint-Aubin les Rouges Gorges 2010

Winemaker's Notes:

The crisp fruit aspect rubs elbows with the animal-leather aspect in a very distinctive harmony. Perfect with meat in sauce. This wine is produced from two separate parcels: one on a hillside above the hamlet of Gamay and the other from a parcel between Saint Aubin and Chassagne Montrachet. The average age of the vines is 50 years (as of 2011). A classic wine of this sector with compelling notes of animal and wild berries. The elevage is about 18 months before bottling; again, very little new oak is used.

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Henri Prudhon & Fils:
Henri Prudhon founded his domaine in 1945 and his son Gerard started making and bottling their own wines in the 1980's rather than sending grapes to the negociant. The domaine is now run by Henri's grandsons Philippe and Vincent.They have plots in Puligny-Montrachet.Chassagne-Montrachet as well as Saint Aubin totalling just over 14 hectares and produce a range of red and white Burgundy wines

The crisp fruit aspect rubs elbows with the animal-leather aspect in a very distinctive harmony. Perfect with meat in sauce. This wine is produced from two separate parcels: one on a hillside above the hamlet of Gamay and the other from a parcel between Saint Aubin and Chassagne Montrachet. The average age of the vines is 50 years (as of 2011). A classic wine of this sector with compelling notes of animal and wild berries. The elevage is about 18 months before bottling; again, very little new oak is used.

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