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Bruno Clair 2014 Bonnes Mares Rouge Grand Cru, Burgundy, France

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Bruno Clair 2014 Bonnes Mares Rouge Grand Cru, Burgundy, France

  • Winemaker: Bruno Clair
  • Variety: Pinot Noir
  • Terroir: 1.64 ha (4.05 ac) of Grand Cru vineyards (1/2 planted in 1946, 1/2 in 1980) in Morey-St.-Denis, next to Clos de Tart, white limestone soil
  • Farming: Lutte raisonnée (converting to organic)
  • Vinification: 30% whole-cluster, indigenous yeast fermentation in open wooden tanks, minimal punch-downs and pump-overs (one each per day in general).
  • Aging: Aged for 18 months in barrel (up to 30% new oak).

Importer Notes:

One could say Bruno Clair is a vigneron’s vigneron. His wines are loved worldwide by everyone lucky enough to know them, and what’s truly impressive is the respect he garners within Burgundy, where his fellow growers consider him one of the greatest of their ranks. They admire his attention to detail in the vineyard, his organic practices (even if he doesn’t bother with certification), and the long hours he and his crews put in. In the cellar, along with his longtime enologist Philippe Brun (they have been called “the Batman and Robin of Marsannay”), Bruno produces wines that are loved for their purity of expression. They show no ego or even style, but just seem to be true to the essence of each individual vineyard.

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