Marcel Couturier Pouilly-Loché Le Bourg 2014
From a tiny enclosed parcel of over 70-year-old vines from an exceptional site, in the village of Loché, known for heavy clay calcareous soils which give wines of substance and grip.
Vinification A long, slow natural fermentation is carried out in traditional Burgundy barrels, aged for 12 months.
Tasting Notes A long and complex Chardonnay with classic notes of apples, quince, mushrooms, spice box: the list of aromatic descriptors could go on forever... The structure and density on the palate make this a wine whose evolution you'll want to watch over the next few years.
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