The stony soil holds the heat of the sun to release it on the grapes, speeding up their maturation. These natural privileges contribute to the structure of the wine and to the complexity of its nose, enhancing its aromas, whereas climatic conditions confer the ageing ability. The slope, often steep, avoids excess of humidity and eases draining. Quality grape varieties, voluntary yield control, 100% hand-picking, strict vinification of each appellation and careful ageing in oak casks are required, each year, to allow the consumer to appreciate wines reflecting their individual terroir and vintage.
Marquis d'Angerville Volnay Clos des Ducs 2014
While all Jacques' wines display a trademark elegance, complexity and length due to the high incidence of limestone in the subsoil, the different exposures and topsoils created distinct expressions. Clos des Ducs, the great d'Angerville monopole, enjoys the highest elevation, on a steep, chalky slope. The "Duc" is a always ... more
in mixed case $195.49
Marquis d'Angerville Volnay Fremiet 2014
While all Jacques' wines display a trademark elegance, complexity and length due to the high incidence of limestone in the subsoil, the different exposures and topsoils created distinct expressions. His Fremiets' lushness, with notes of wood-smoke and leather, reflects the vineyard's location on the Pommard border. more
in mixed case $93.49
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