2009 Vougeot 1er Cru Les Petits Vougeots Domaine Fourrier - 6x75cl
09A9VPVF6PK _ 2009 - Vougeot 1er Cru Les Petits Vougeots Domaine Fourrier - 6x75cl
  • Colour Red
  • Producer Domaine Fourrier
  • Region Vougeot
  • Grape Pinot Noir
  • Drinking 2014 - 2024
  • Case size 6x75cl
  • Available Now

2009 - Vougeot 1er Cru Les Petits Vougeots Domaine Fourrier - 6x75cl

  • Colour Red
  • Producer Domaine Fourrier
  • Region Vougeot
  • Grape Pinot Noir
  • Drinking 2014 - 2024
  • Case size 6x75cl
  • Available Now
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Case price: £1,936.07 Duty Paid inc VAT
Case price: £1,600.00 In Bond
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  • Goedhuis, January 2011

    Typically very Chambolle-like due to its terroir, the Petits Vougeots is a quiet and pensive wine in 2009 that will need a bit of time to be coaxed out of its shell. Nonetheless, it still embodies the vintage's glossy sweetness that is buttressed with layers of crunchy fruit and chunky tannins.

  • Neal Martin, January 2011, Score: 88-90

    Racked the previous day, this has a lifted nose of redcurrant, raspberry coulis and just a hint of oyster shell. Very fine definition. The palate is fresh and vibrant on the entry, good weight of fruit here, firm structure towards the finish with a citric edge. Just lacks a little length on the finish, but it has a sense of “coiled energy” that should see it gain volume post-bottling.

  • Burghound, January 2011, Score: 89-92

    Relatively strong reduction renders the noseimpossible to fairly evaluate but the rich, supple and generous middle weight flavors possess good vibrancy and thesupporting tannins are actually quite fine, all wrapped in a complex and impressively persistent finish. Lovely.

Producer

Domaine Fourrier

Jean-Marie Fourrier took over his family domaine in 1994 and has attacked every vintage with dynamic determination and ambition, building the reputation of the estate with astute viticulture and fanatical winemaking. He had learned from the best, most notably the late Henri Jayer of Vosne Romanée and Domaine Drouhin in the Willamette Valley in Oregon with whom he did his formative training. He is a keen participant in the ...Read more

Jean-Marie Fourrier took over his family domaine in 1994 and has attacked every vintage with dynamic determination and ambition, building the reputation of the estate with astute viticulture and fanatical winemaking. He had learned from the best, most notably the late Henri Jayer of Vosne Romanée and Domaine Drouhin in the Willamette Valley in Oregon with whom he did his formative training. He is a keen participant in the growing trend towards minimal intervention in the vineyard and winery. The domaine has a remarkable array of very old vines, many having been planted between the wars. The Fourrier wines are pure and balanced.Read less

Region

Vougeot

Unlike the other predominant Côte de Nuits appellations, Vougeot's main appellation is its onlygrand cru vineyard, Clos de Vougeot. It is by far the largest grand cru of the area totalling over 50 hectares with over 40 owners rumoured to own vines. As a result, its vineyards run from the flat, clay-dominated valley floor to the well-drained, venerated sloped hillsides suggesting that its quality ending on where it is grown. As a result, it is often the least valued of the grand crus and can offer excellent value, particularly in good vintages where ripeness has been attained.