Rodolphe Demougeot Pommard 2021

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  • €70,00


Tags: BURGUNDY, Pinot Noir
Demougeot’s Pommard has a good balance of characteristics drawn from two very different village parcels. A blend of unusual names, La Rue au Porc and En Boeuf—in English they could be loosely translated as The Pork Street and Beef—are vineyards apparently named to stimulate the appetite, or not… La Rue au Porc was planted in 1948 and is composed of deep clay and limestone rock topsoil—the muscle and weight of the wine. En Boeuf is located in the Grande Combe, a somewhat narrow valley far to the west of the appellation on the north hill facing south on a steep slope of shallow rocky topsoil, close to forests, and in the direct path of colder winds from the countryside to the west, which presents an almost complete contrast to La Rue au Porc. Planted in 1979, the position of these vines brings the balance of mineral, tension, cut and lift, to compliment the richer fruit and fuller body from En Boeuf. THE SOURCE