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Vininor 27Domaine drives i dag av Phillipe og Christin Drouhin. Eiendommen består av totalt 11,50 hektar med vinmarker fordelt over Côte de Nuits i noen av Burgunds mest anerkjente vinmarker som Musigny og Bonnes-Mares. Phillipe søker etter å bringe det beste ut av jordsmonnet og Pinot Noir, ved å kombinere eleganse, finesse og kraft.

Vinen gjennomgår en lang og naturlig lagring på eikefat i 18 måneder. Grand Cru-vinene modnes i 100% ny eik, mens Premier Cru-vinene modnes i 50% ny eik og kommune-vinene i fat som har vært brukt en gang før. Når fatlagringen er fullført tappes vinen på flasker uten å gjennomgå klaring eller filtrering. Produksjonen er på rundt 50.000 flasker årlig. Hvorav 46% av produksjonen er Grand Cru, 14% Premiere Cru og 40% er kommune viner.

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Årgang Vin Vinmark
2007 Musigny Grand Cru
2007 Bonnes-Mares Grand Cru
2007 Clos De Vougeot Grand Cru
2007 Chambertin-Clos De Beze Grand Cru
2007 Latricers-Chambertin Grand Cru
2007 Chapelle-Chambertin Grand Cru
2007 Gevrey-Chambertin 1er cru Au Closeau
2007 Gevrey-Chambertin 1er cru Clos Prieur
2007 Gevrey-Chambertin 1er cru Craipillot
2007 Gevrey-Chambertin
2007 Morey-St-Denis

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“Philippe Drouhin described the 2007 growing season as one that “began extremely early followed by a very early flowering as well. But unfortunately truly poor weather installed itself in the late spring and lasted all summer, really up until 15 days before the harvest. Even then, the temperatures weren’t really all that much warmer but there was a strong vent du nord (north wind) that dried up the rot and concentrated everything, sugars as well as acidities. Still, there was an enormous sorting job to be done and we wound up with 40% less than a normal crop. We waited a few days after the majority of our neighbors and commenced on the 4th of September, bringing in sugars that were surprisingly good at between 12.5 and 13%. The wines seem okay after a normal vinification but we were really quite agreeably surprised by how much they changed before and after the malos, in fact, they may be better than the 2006s.” Drouhin noted that he had used a bit more new wood than usual because of the reduced quantities. He also noted that he finds the ‘07s sufficiently developed that he will probably bottle one month earlier than usual, which is to say January rather than February. As an aside, I fully agree with Drouhin that his ‘07s, when considered across the entire range, are better than their ’06 counterparts. For those who may not be familiar with the Drouhin-Laroze wines, the style is traditional in the sense that it is neither old school nor modern with moderate extraction and clean aromatics and I’ve also noticed a meaningful moderation in the amount of oak influence”
– Burghound