Produced in limited quantities, this Saint-Aubin premier cru elegantly demonstrates that this appellation has nothing to envy regarding the Côte d'Or's bigger names. More info
Saint-Aubin is an appellation with no reason to be ashamed when up against big names like Chassagne-Montrachet and Puligny-Montrachet. Naturally possessing a fine minerality, this wine will reward at least three years in the cellar in order to fully express its impressive supple and rich character. Foodies among you might want to pair this wine with roasted lobster, white meat in sauce, or a creamy cheese. Watch out, Domaine Hubert Lamy only produces small quantities of this cuvée!
The Lamy family has been working in Saint-Aubin since the mid-17th century. Hubert Lamy created his domaine in 1973, over 8 hectares. Today, the domaine covers 18.5ha and produces wines in 18 appellations. Olivier Lamy, who joined the domaine in 1995, has now followed his father into management. Today he is one of the best ambassadors of the Saint-Aubin appellation, which is sadly not well known and is a superb alternative to the Chassagne wines. Less seductive than those of certain neighbours, the wines are superb in their integrity and elegance thanks to a particularly well managed aging process and generally made in 600 litre demi-muids. A not-to-be-missed location in the Côte de Beaune.
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