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Marsannay En Combereau, Edouard Delaunay, 2021

Marsannay En Combereau, Edouard Delaunay, 2021

Edouard Delaunay | Burgundy, France | 75cl
Regular price £231.00
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Laurent set about to catapult these wines into the stratosphere and after sweeping up at the IWC 2020 awards for their incredible 2019s, one could argue, they may have reached space itself! They were in fact the biggest winner at the awards, picking up 8 trophies, Red Winemaker of the Year (for the wonderful Christophe Briotet), as well as 15 gold, 30 silver and 7 bronze medals. Safe to say, club members lapped up last year’s allocations and the staff too have been enjoying Laurent’s wines throughout the year. It is with great pleasure therefore that I can offer these brilliant wines. Best vintage yet? We certainly wouldn’t bet against it…

Every cuvée is treated individually, without a set formula for quantity of new oak, or amount of whole bunches used, which allows each wine to offer a true and deeply satisfying expression of the individual terroirs and vintage. What we have is absolutely everything we love about Burgundy. A real sense of place.
"From a single calcareous clay rich vineyard just south of the village but quite high on the slope and on the same level as Fixin. Aged in one and two year barrels previously housing the estate’s Hospices de Beaune wines.
Lightly medicinal, smoky aromas, like an 17th Century apothecary might smell, and also raspberry and blackcurrant leaf.

There is a touch of sour cherry alongside the earthy red berry fruits on the palate and some nice sinews, provided by lapsang tea tannins, leading to a salted liquorice finish. I’m always a fan of this wine which punches well above its weight and offers genuine interest rather than generic Pinot character. " Tom Harrow, Wine Guru

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About Edouard Delaunay

Like a phoenix from the ashes, the story of House Delaunay's revival attracted considerable attention and excitement back in 2017

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