Un vin surprenant qui mêle finesse et caractère : une main de fer dans un gant de velours. A déguster sur une viande blanche délicate (ris de veau, volaille). More info
Chambolle-Musigny wines are often referred to as iron hands in a velvet glove. Racy and elegant, Cécile Tremblay’s Premier Cru Les Feusselottes confirms the adage. The nose offers up floral (rose, peony, violet) and fruity aromas (raspberry, blackcurrant, strawberry). On the palate, the wine is full-bodied yet remarkably suave. Unusually enough, we recommend you enjoy this red wine with a white meat.
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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