2015 - Beaune 1er Cru Celebration Louis Jadot
09B5BCLJM3PK _ 2015 - Beaune 1er Cru Celebration Louis Jadot - 3x150cl
Colour
Red
Producer
Maison Louis Jadot
Region
Bourgogne
Grape
Pinot Noir
Drinking
2021 - 2034
Case size
3x150cl
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2015 BEAUNE 1ER CRU CELEBRATION LOUIS JADOT - 3x150cl

Colour
Red
Producer
Maison Louis Jadot
Region
Bourgogne
Grape
Pinot Noir
Drinking
2021 - 2034
Case size
3x150cl
Available Now
Duty Paid (Inc. VAT)
Case price £226.07 (Inc. VAT)
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Tasting Notes

  • GDH

    Goedhuis, April 2018

    This is a juicy, rich example of Beaune 1er Cru, and an epitome of the vintage. Aromas of sweet red berries are followed by a palate reminiscent of crushed raspberries. Abundant but nimble tannins give some structure; they support the rich fruit and will soften and melt into the weight of the wine over time. Subtle freshness keeps the wine in balance, and although it has all the elements to age into a fine old Pinot, it is hugely enjoyable in its youth.

  • AG

    Antonio Galloni, March 2018,
    Score: 93+

    The 2015 Beaune 1er Cru Celebration is a rich, radiant wine. Sumptuous and expansive on the palate, the 2015 possesses striking inner perfume and fabulous depth. The flavors are dark, bold and incisive in this decidedly potent, somber Beaune 1er Cru from Jadot. Even with all of its natural richness, the 2015 is massively tannic and shut down. I wouldn’t dream of opening a bottle anytime soon. The combination of 19 climats results in a Beaune of unusual complexity and pedigree, but readers will have to be patient. The 2015 was only bottled in December 2017. Drink 2030-2055

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Producer

Maison Louis Jadot

Founded in 1859 by Louis Jadot, Maison Louis Jadot has always been situated in the centre of Beaune in the heart of the Burgundy vineyards. Managed by three generations of the Jadot family and then by the Gagey family assisted by Jacques Lardière in the cellar, Jadot is now directed by Pierre Henry Gagey, who has introduced a new wine making team, Frédéric Barnier and Guillaume Large. Since careful ageing in wooden barrels is so very important for the balance, aromas and the ageing potential of a great wine, in 1996, Louis Jadot entered into partnership with a firm of coopers, forming Cadus Cooperage, established in Ladoix Serrigny. This allows them to control their wood sourcing and the barrel production. Maison Louis Jadot now controls 105 hectares in Burgundy with more than 70 hectares in the Côte d'Or, exclusively in Premier and Grand Cru. They produce both negociant wines under the Maison Louis Jadot label and a number of Domaines: Gagey, Duc de Magenta, Louis Jadot and Héritiers de Louis Jadot.

Region

Bourgogne

This blanket regional appellation can apply to wines throughout Burgundy (60% of the area's production) as long as they comply with regulations relating to grape type, yield and alcohol content. Reds and roses are from Pinot Noir or Gamay. Whites are Chardonnay. They are usually the most straightforward of the Burgundy wines, and as a result are the least expensive and the most approachable upon release. In the hands of a more serious producer these can represent exceptional value and quality. The wines are made with the same care and attention to detail as their grander wines. However, they may not qualify for a village or communal appellation because the vines are too young or the vineyard area is outside the appellation boundary.