2012 - Chambolle Musigny 1er Cru Les Chatelots Ghislaine Barthod
Colour
Red
Producer
Domaine Ghislaine Barthod
Region
Chambolle Musigny
Grape
Pinot Noir
Drinking
2017 - 2029
Case size
6x75cl
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2012 CHAMBOLLE MUSIGNY 1ER CRU LES CHATELOTS GHISLAINE BARTHOD - 6x75cl

Colour
Red
Producer
Domaine Ghislaine Barthod
Region
Chambolle Musigny
Grape
Pinot Noir
Drinking
2017 - 2029
Case size
6x75cl
Available Now
Duty Paid (Inc. VAT)
Case price £1,576.07 (Inc. VAT)
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Tasting Notes

  • GDH

    Goedhuis, January 2014

    Although slightly lacking in top soil, this vineyard always produces a very crisp, bright cherry fruit styled wine. This is a well-rounded example, with silky tannic undertones and gentle sweetness of fruit on the finish.

  • NM

    Neal Martin, December 2013,
    Score: 89-91

    The 2012 Chambolle-Musigny 1er Cru Châtelots (of which there are 4½ barrels this year) comes from Ghislaine's 0.23-hectares of 45-year old vines. It has a fleshy, more rounded bouquet than the Combottes with ebullient red cherries bursting from the glass. The palate is medium-bodied with crisp tannins; fine tension and a strict, focused finish with fine mineralité that will hopefully develop a touch more persistency during the remainder of its élevage.

  • BURG

    Burghound, January 2014,
    Score: 90-92

    Here too there is a subtle touch of wood setting off an airy and restrained nose of mostly red berry fruit aromas though there are background hints of plum and rose petal. There is a lovely tension to the delineated and more obviously mineral-infused middle weight flavors that possess good mid-palate density, all wrapped in a dusty, palate coating and well-balanced finish that also displays mild austerity. In a word, lovely. Drink 2020+

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Producer

Domaine Ghislaine Barthod

Exquisitely pure, ethereal, and terroir-driven, Ghislaine’s wines also have wonderful mineral raciness. The domaine was originally created by Marcel Noëllat, Ghislaine’s maternal grandfather. After attending viticultural college in Beaune in the 1980s, she began assisting her father, Gaston Barthod, at the family domaine. Her straightforward, no-nonsense approach helped introduce a sorting table, extended lees contact, a gentle cold soak before fermentation, and domaine bottling. All this enabled greater control over the quality of fruit, texture of tannins, and purity of flavours. The results have been year upon year of magical masterpieces from Chambolle Musigny. Along with her partner Louis Boillot, today she is joined in the vineyard and cellar by their son, Clément.

Region

Chambolle Musigny

The wines of Chambolle Musigny are like no other. They can be superbly delicate, yet mindblowingly complex. Of all the northern Burgundy appellations, they are the most ethereal, and as a result the most feminine. Most of the Chambolle Musigny vineyard area is encompassed in its Village and Premier Cru appellations including the robust Beaux Bruns, the splendidly mineral Le Cras and the poised yet powerful Les Amoureuses. It produces only two Grand Crus - the round and rich Bonnes Mares which it shares with Morey St. Dénis, as well as what could be described as the Stradivarius of grand crus, Musigny.