Biodynamic excellence from one of the lesser-known Burgundy Appellations, Eric Desuremain and his Classy Monthelie Reds will change the way you think about Burgundy. This offer features two Premier Crus from the classic and classy 2012 Vintage, and the village Chateau de Montelie from 2014.
Case includes 4 bottles of each PLUS ground shipping included:
Domaine De Suremain Chateau de Monthelie 2014
This village appellation Monthelie is an ‘assemblage’ of four different parcels of vines, each of which is vinified and raised separately. Yields are very low here (22hl/ha), and the result is a wine of intense limpid ruby color, with a youthful fruit and spice attack that already shows complexity and elegance. 2010 is showing itself to be a vintage with great aging potential, and the tight tannins and juicy acidity that we see here proves the point.
Domaine De Suremain Monthelie 1er cru 'Le Clou des Chenes' 2012
Of the two De Suremain Monthelie 1er Cru, this ‘Clou des Chenes’ would be the one to lay down. You immediately sense the structure: the vanilla and black pepper; the tender tannins, integrated but present. And then you get the fruit, frank, foursquare and generous. You can go for the immediate pleasure, but better to wait a few years to get the full show.
Domaine De Suremain Monthelie 1er Cru 'Sur la Velle' 2012
With four different strains of Pinot Noir planted in the same parcel, this south-facing low-yielding premier cru has-- year in, year out-- incredible diversity and breeding. Here we find that black cherry Pinot, with rich extraction, soft tannins and great balance. Great aging potential too.