A strong, chewy Nuits-Saint-Georges crafted by one of Burgundy’s rising stars with an aptitude for biodynamics. More info
A rising star in Burgundy, Cécile Tremblay who produces organically and biodynamically has here created in Nuits-Saint-Georges matured in wood for 15-18 months. It reveals a particularly meaty profile, marked by floral and spicy notes. Dense and powerful, it is structured by fine tannins and has a long finish. You can age this bottle for over 15 years before pairing it with meat or strong cheese.
In 2003, Cécile Tremblay was only 25 years old and had just finished her studies when she decided to go back to her hometown to work there. It covered four hectares of vines between Nuits-Saint-Georges and Gevrey-Chambertin. The young winemaker was lucky enough to work in 11 different appellations, including some Grands Crus (Echezeaux and Chapelle-Chambertin), cultivating the vines organically. In just a few years, Cécile Tremblay – whose great uncle is none other than Henri Jayer – has dramatically improved the quality of her wines, becoming one of the must-try rising stars of the Côte-de-Nuits.
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