Domaine-Jean-Marc-Vincent-Santenay-Rouge-Le-Passetemps-2015

Domaine Jean-Marc Vincent, Santenay Rouge ''Le Passetemps'', 2015

Anne-Marie and Jean-Marc Vincent inherited most of their vines, principally located in and around the village of Santenay in the southern Côte de Beaune, from Jean-Marc’s grandfather, André Bardollet-Bravard. They produce three premier cru reds and two premier cru whites from Santenay, in addition to a red and a white Auxey-Duresses. The Vincent wines are characterized by rich, layered fruit, intense expression of individual terroir, and solid structure. The Vincents’ wine operation is a family affair and A-M and J-M split their time between the vineyards, cellars and their young children. Their miniscule production always sells out quickly to a small group of devoted clients. All of their wines are a testament to the importance of vigneron talent in a given appellation. While a great vigneron can make over-achievers from any appellation, a great appellation will never be great in the hands of mediocrity. This succulent Santenay 1er Cru from one of the Cotes de Beaune’s favorite producers will not disappoint.

Size: F - 750 ml
Bin: D5813
Varietal: Pinot Noir
Type: Red
Country: France
Region: Burgundy
Winery: Domaine Jean-Marc Vincent
UPC: 761503322838
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$64.95
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$779.40
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Size: F - 750 ml
Bin: D5813
Varietal: Pinot Noir
Type: Red
Country: France
Region: Burgundy
Winery: Domaine Jean-Marc Vincent
UPC: 761503322838

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Anne-Marie and Jean-Marc Vincent inherited most of their vines, principally located in and around the village of Santenay in the southern Côte de Beaune, from Jean-Marc’s grandfather, André Bardollet-Bravard. They produce three premier cru reds and two premier cru whites from Santenay, in addition to a red and a white Auxey-Duresses. The Vincent wines are characterized by rich, layered fruit, intense expression of individual terroir, and solid structure. The Vincents’ wine operation is a family affair and A-M and J-M split their time between the vineyards, cellars and their young children. Their miniscule production always sells out quickly to a small group of devoted clients. All of their wines are a testament to the importance of vigneron talent in a given appellation. While a great vigneron can make over-achievers from any appellation, a great appellation will never be great in the hands of mediocrity. This succulent Santenay 1er Cru from one of the Cotes de Beaune’s favorite producers will not disappoint.