Auxey-Duresses Blanc, Michel Prunier et Fille 2022 En Primeur - Case of 6

£129.00 Sold Out

75cl ALC 13%

Fresh and open, offers up notes of blossom and white flowers, apple and pear fruits. Good intensity and some viscosity on the attack, then opens out with super acidity and mineral grip, all finely textured with good drive. Super. 3-7 years.

£129.00 Sold Out

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France, Burgundy, Côte de Beaune

Still White

100% Chardonnay

Dry and full

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Ham, Air-dried



Michel Prunier et Fille

This domaine is the epitome of the smaller grower in the lesser village, and in a world of stratospheric interest in more famous Burgundy wines, such growers are worth their weight in gold.

These Pruniers – and there are several – are to be found on the main road through Auxey-Duresses in a flower-filled courtyard, with a cosy tasting room decorated by medals won and foreign bottles drunk. Being of small stature, the Pruniers – father, Michel and daughter, Estelle – have no trouble with the perilously low lintel over the entrance to their cellars! Estelle joined her father in 2004 after her wine studies and work experience in Australia and Bordeaux. Michel himself studied at the viticultural college at Avize in the Champagne region and still has a love of making hand-riddled Crémant de Bourgogne. Michel has grown the estate to 12 ha from only 2 ha in 1986 and Estelle represents the fifth generation to make wine here. They have vineyard holdings – all worked sustainably – in Beaune, Meursault, Volnay, Pommard, Chorey-lès-Beaune but their pride and joy is their premier cru, Clos du Val, in Auxey-Duresses. The grapes from Bas de Duresses, Grands Champs and Climat du Val, are made into one 1er cru. “A wine should frankly express its terroir and vintage,” says Michel, whose wines also have a remarkable capacity to age.

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