- Domaine Anne-Françoise Gros
- Pinot Noir
- 2025 - 2037
- Case size
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Goedhuis, December 2020
Les Boucherottes is on the southern boundary of Beaune just above Pommard’s Epenots vineyards. This side of the appellation tends to produce poised, elegant wines rather than the firmer more muscular style of the northern side of the commune. Deliciously scented, with a mass of fresh raspberry fruit. Elegant, gentle, fine and long.
Burghound, April 2021,
Discreet but easily perceptible wood influence sets off the aromas of ripe plum and plenty of earth character. There is fine volume to the energetic, intense and attractively textured medium-bodied flavors that are a combination of good cut and richness, all wrapped in a saline, youthfully austere and sneaky long finale. Drink 2027+
Jasper Morris MW, December 2020,
Old vines from a postwar planting. Brisk crimson colour. The nose here is a little deeper than usual. There is a good weight of fruit, a few briny and savoury touches (clean), enough acidity, this has got some heart and good length. Lively finish. 4 stars
Domaine Anne-Françoise Gros
The name Gros is one of the most famous in the Côte de Nuits, synonymous with great Vosne Romaneé. The original Gros domaine is now divided amongst four family members. Anne-Françoise, daughter of Jean Gros, married into another great Burgundy dynasty, the Parent family of Pommard. In 1998 François Parent and Anne Françoise combined their domaines to create a superb 10 hectare property comprising some of the finest terroirs in the Côte d’Or. Today their children Caroline and Mathias run the estate, with Mathias ever experimenting and pushing boundaries in both vineyard and cellar.
The viticultural capital of Burgundy, Beaune was the headquarters to the Duchy in the 13th century and is now home to many winemakers and négociants. The appellation of Beaune includes both reds and white wines, though the quantity of red is significantly greater. The soils are predominantly sandier than either those to the north in Aloxe Corton or those to the south in Volnay or Pommard, producing wines that are supple and early drinking in nature. Similar to other surrounding Côte de Beaune appellations, there are no grand crus, but it does offer 42 premier cru sites, some of which are exceptional. These include Les Grèves, Les Teurons and Les Vignes Franches.