- Maison Louis Jadot
- Pinot Noir
- 2026 - 2029
- Case size
- En Primeur
Goedhuis, December 2021
Very deep dark colour, this has a cornucopia of flavours: elderberry and tayberry on the darker side and lovely sweet fresh strawberries showing a classic red fruit Pinot personality. Quite a tight wine, with a firm tannic character underpinning the bold rich fruit flavours. Good freshness on the finish gives both lift and energy making this a very complex Grand Cru.
Neal Martin, December 2021,
The 2020 Chapelle-Chambertin Grand Cru has an exquisite bouquet with beautifully-defined brambly red fruit, undergrowth and minerals, an oyster shell scent becoming more intense with aeration. The palate is medium-bodied with chalky tannins, lightly spiced with a harmonious and cohesive finish that has real body and depth. Outstanding. Drink 2027 - 2060
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.
One of the nine Grand Crus vineyards within the Gevrey Chambertin area. Chapelle-Chambertin's vineyards are on gentle slopes, sheltered from the elements by woods to the north. The thin rocky soil forces the vines to work hard. The exceptional wines produced in Chapelle-Chambertin are complex, powerful and incredibly long-lasting.