Sylvain Loichet Bois de Gréchons Ladoix (Monopole) 2015


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£259.56 Price Per Case ( 6 Bottles )

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Country - France

Region - Burgundy

Grape Varieties - Chardonnay 100%

Alcohol by volume - 13.5%

Bottle - 75cl

Producer - Sylvain Loichet

Tasting notes - Delicate aromas of white flowers and vine peaches are supported by underlying mineral and toasty notes. A flavoursome and mouth-watering palate with grapefruit, mellow oak and lemony, flinty notes on the finish.

"‘Massive but classy’ was Lutyens Bar & Restaurants’ Mattia Mazzi’s first impression of this Gold medallist, going on to describe it as ‘intense, fine and concentrated’."

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Aromas of white flowers and vine peaches with underlying mineral and toasty notes give way to a flavoursome and mouth-watering palate with mellow oak.


Producer Note
Sylvain Loichet is a rising star of Burgundy. In 2005, he took over his parents’ three and a half hectares of vines in Côte de Nuits Villages, Clos de Vougeot and Ladoix.
They had previously rented out the vineyards while they made a living as stonemasons. While his parents were interested in Burgundy stone, Sylvain was only interested in Burgundy wine. He passionately believes in respecting the health of the vines; he has lowered the yields; he follows certain biodynamic principles and has converted to organic winemaking. His aim is to produce wines which reflect the Burgundy terroir; he has achieved this and more. His wines are impressive, full of energy and precise like jewels.


Vintage
A mild winter and mild spring were followed by a warm summer. Early flowering took place but hot July temperatures slowed ripening down. Rain at the end of the month
and a cooler August eased drought pressures and allowed ripening to advance. Fine weather in September resulted in excellent quality fruit. 2015 is an outstanding vintage.


Vineyard
Ladoix is an appellation in the north of the Côte de Beaune. The grapes for this cuvée come from the named vineyard ‘Bois de Gréchons’ in Ladoix village, which is
a Monopole, owned exclusively by Sylvain Loichet. This east facing parcel of 30 year old vines has fairly deep soils, composed of a mix of white marl and clay. The vineyard is cultivated organically; natural preparations are used in the vineyard and chemical herbicides are not used. Careful attention is paid to the condition of the soil and subsoil; with weeding, ventilation of the soil and careful management of the soil’s micro fauna. The grapes are hand-harvested.


Winemaking
The grapes were carefully sorted in the cellar, before being gently pressed using a pneumatic press. The must was left to settle overnight in cool temperatures and then
transferred into barrel. - Fermentation took place in second to fourth passage French oak barrels using indigenous yeasts naturally present on the grape skins. The wines
were aged for nine months, then racked, finely filtered with a membrane filter and bottled by gravity.


Tasting Note
Delicate aromas of white flowers and vine peaches are supported by underlying mineral and toasty notes. A flavoursome and mouth-watering palate with grapefruit,
mellow oak and lemony, flinty notes on the finish.


Serving Suggestion
Seafood, shellfish or a variety of cheese.


Grape
Chardonnay 100%

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Data sheet

Vintage
2015
Bottle Size
75cl
Case Size
6 Bottles
Region
Burgundy

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Sylvain Loichet Bois de Gréchons Ladoix (Monopole) 2015

Country - France

Region - Burgundy

Grape Varieties - Chardonnay 100%

Alcohol by volume - 13.5%

Bottle - 75cl

Producer - Sylvain Loichet

Tasting notes - Delicate aromas of white flowers and vine peaches are supported by underlying mineral and toasty notes. A flavoursome and mouth-watering palate with grapefruit, mellow oak and lemony, flinty notes on the finish.

"‘Massive but classy’ was Lutyens Bar & Restaurants’ Mattia Mazzi’s first impression of this Gold medallist, going on to describe it as ‘intense, fine and concentrated’."

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