Tasting Notes: “Aromas of redcurrant, strawberry and violet. Lythe and silky, offering expressive flavors of blueberry, licorice and spices.”
Uncovering value in one of Burgundy’s most sought after vintages can make you lots of friends… It’s as simple as uncorking a bottle of 2016 Chorey-les-Beaune Clos Margot from Dubois Bernard & Fils. Just make sure you have a second bottle on hand because this wine opens up to irresistible velvety red fruits, subtle spices, and classic Burgundian flavors that induce an immediate smile. The wine originates from 30+ year old Pinot Noir Vines, grown in a single vineyard in the Chorey-Lès-Beaune in Burgundy’s iconic Côte de Beaune region. 90% of Chorey-Lès-Beaune production is Pinot Noir, and in a vintage like 2016, there are some seriously great wines. At $34.99 per bottle, you’ll want a case of this…
Domaine Dubois Bernard is a microscopic producer in Chorey-Les Beaune, owning less than 18 acres of vineyards. It’s owned by 5th generation winemaker Jacques Dubois who works to produce terroir-pure wines form their tiny parcels. Their 2016 Clos Margot comes from a 5 hectare vineyard, planted in clay and limestone soils with just 77 centimeters of soil, before hitting pure limestone. The wine is remarkably expressive, soft and velvety with lovely depth and persistence… It’s absolutely delicious and overachieves at this price.
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