Flashcards in CdN Producers Deck (52):
Who are the current co-gerants of DRC?
Aubert de Villaine (de Villaine) Henri-Frédéric Roch (Leroy)
What is the style of farming at DRC?
Biodynamic since 2007
What is the average vine age at DRC, and what is the replanting regime?
40-50 years old, replanted via selection massale from the pre-phylloxera vines prior to 1945.
DRC: wines produced
Romanée-Conti La Tâche Richebourg Romanée-Saint-Vivant Grands-Echézeaux Echézeaux Corton (Bressandes, Clos du Roi, Rendardes) Montrachet Bâtard-Montrachet
What is Cuvée Duvault-Blochet?
A 1er cru wine produced in some vintages from Gaudichots, Petits Monts, Au-Dessus de Malconsorts & some of the Grands Crus. Named for the founder.
Recent vintages of Cuvée Duvault-Blochet
1999, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2009
Is DRC’s Bâtard-Montrachet ever sold?
No, usually consumed at the domaine.
100% New Oak aging, 12mos for Montrachet, 18-22mos for the reds. Fermentation in neutral wooden cuve for reds, new Tronçais oak for whites. Full stems except in cold years.
DRC: Inaugural vintages of Montrachet, Cuvée Duvault-Blochet, Corton
Montrachet - 1965 Cuvée Duvault-Blochet - 1999 Corton - 2009
Rousseau: Top Wines
Chambertin Chambertin Clos de Bèze Charmes-Chambertin Clos des Ruchottes Mazis-Chambertin Clos de la Roche Clos Saint-Jacques Cazetiers Lavaux Saint-Jacques
Rousseau: Whole Cluster or Whole Berry?
Whole Berry - 90% destemmed
Rousseau: Oak Treatment
100% new french for Chambertin and Clos de Bèze 80% new french for Clos Saint-Jacques All other 1er and grand crus in 1st pass barrels, village in older still.
When did Rousseau begin domaine bottling?
What is the negociant arm of Dujac?
Dujac Père et Fils
Whole cluster unless otherwise mandated by vintage. 70-100% New French on the Grands Crus 50-75% on the 1ers Crus 20-25% on the village wines 20% or less on the whites, with little to no battonage.
Dujac: Wines Produced
Clos Saint-Denis Clos de la Roche Echézeaux Bonnes Mares Chambertin Romanée Saint Vivant Aux Combottes Aux Malconsorts Monts Luisants
Méo-Camuzet was looked after by métayers for the 60’s and 70’s. Which métayer is responsible for the style they work in today?
What vintage marked a shift from the lighter, more ethereal Jayer-influenced style to a darker, more extracted style for Méo-Camuzet?
All destemmed, no fining, no filtering. 15-18mos in wood - 50% new french for AOC, 60-70% for 1er Cru, 100% for Grand Cru.
Méo-Camuzet: Top Wines
Richebourg Echézeaux Clos de Vougeot Corton Clos Rognet Aux Brûlées Les Chaumes Aux Boudots Aux Murgers
When did Mugnier reposess Clos de la Marechale?
100% destemmed, whole berry 20% new oak max on all wines, 18mos of aging.
What were the Mugnier Musigny bottlings prior to 1989?
Standard Vieilles Vignes (1947 block)
What was the sole vintage of Mugnier Musigny Vieilles Vignes post-1989?
1992 (to celebrate the birth of Frédy’s daughter)
What wines are produced from Clos de la Marechale?
Blanc (grafted over from PN o to 25yo vines in 2004 & 2007) Rouge Clos des Fourches (young vines)
Who owns Domaine de l’Arlot?
l’Arlot: Whole Cluster
As much as possible, depending on the vintage. Destemming will vary from vineyard to vineyard (one vintage may see 100% in Clos Arlot and 0% in Clos du Chapeau, etc.)
l'Arlot: Oak Treatment
18mos - 50% new for Romanée-Saint-Vivant and Clos des Fôrets 35% new for Clos Arlot and VR Suchots 20% new for village/young vines (Petits Plets, Petit Arlot, Gerbotte, Clos du Chapeau, Les Lurets) 20%
Clos de l’Arlot Blanc Cepage
Chardonnay & Pinot Beurot (grafted
What are the youngest vines Fourrier will allow in the domaine wines?
30 years - all other fruit is sold to negociants.
What was the last vintage that Bouchard purchased fruit from La Romanée
Who is the majority landholder of Musigny?
Georges de Vogüé 7.16ha, or ~65%, including ALL of Petits Musigny
de Vogüé’s Chambolle 1er cru is made from what vines?
Young vines in Musigny (under 25yo)
Where is Anne Gros’ parcel in Clos de Vougeot?
Where is Anne Gros' parcel in Echézeaux?
Loachausses (southerly, lower on the slope)
Anne Gros: oak treatment
30% for village 50% for 1er Cru 80% for Grand Cru
When were Ponsot’s aligoté vines in Mont Luisants planted?
What was the first vintage that Ponsot Mont Luisants was 100% Aligoté? What was it before?
2005 Previously, it had some Chardonnay and Pinot Gouges planted as well.
Hippolyte Ponsot’s 2,000-vine “nursery” in Clos de la Roche was the source of what?
The Dijon clones selected by the university of Dijon and spread worldwide.
What % of Ponsot’s production is Grand Cru?
80% grand cru 12% 1er cru 8% village/regeional
Ponsot: Oak treatment
All used barrels.
What is Pinot Gouges?
Pinot Noir vines in the Perrières vineyard that spontaneously mutated to white - Gouges propogated cuttings. Today all of Perrière is blanc.
From whence does Robert Chevillon’s Pinot Blanc originate?
Gouges’ cuttings in Perrière.
When did Henri Gouges begin domaine bottling?
What viticultural practice was pioneered by Henri Gouges, and when?
Planting of grass between rows to prevent erosion, control vine vigor, eliminate humidity (and therefore rot) and other things. 1977.
All destemmed, whole berry. Must and berries chilled prior to fermentation for 18 days. 15-20mos aging in oak - 1st pass for Bourgogne rouge, 50% new for Vosne-Romanée 100% new for the rest.
Producers notable for new oak usage:
Sylvain Cathiard (Vosne) Dugat-Py (Gevrey) Denis Mortet (Gevrey)
What % of Faiveley’s wines are domaine?
What is Les Ouvrées Rodin?
Faiveley’s cuvée from Clos de Bèze, consisting of the oldest vines (1949). Inaugural vintage 2009.
What is Domaine du Clos de Tart?
The domaine owned by Mommessin in possession of Clos de Tart (the negociant end of the business was sold to Boisset in 1997).
What is the orientation of the rows in Clos de Tart?
North-south, to prevent erosion.