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Nuits-Saint-Georges ‘Bas de Combe’, Domaine Jean Tardy, 2022

Nuits-Saint-Georges ‘Bas de Combe’, Domaine Jean Tardy, 2022

Domaine Jean Tardy et Fils | Burgundy, France | 75cl
  • Red Still
  • Pinot Noir
Regular price £82.50
Regular price Offer price £82.50

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This wine is offered En Primeur, with an est. delivery in late 2024/early 2025.

2022 was Guillaume’s second year farming organically, and a little less challenging than 2021. He harvested on 1st September keen to ensure his wines had moderate acidity and balanced alcohol, (pH is 3.5 and ABVs generally around 12.5%) giving the supple, digestible style he advocates.

“The best Nuit Saint Georges village wine – it should be a 1er Cru” is how Guillaume describes ‘Bas de Combe’ – just look at where the vineyard is situated to see why (nestled between 1er Cru ‘Aux Baudots’ and neighbouring Vosne Romanée aristocracy: 1er ‘Chaumes’, and its northern corner practically touching 1er Cru ‘Aux Malconsorts’. From eighty-five year-old vines which have a lot of millanderage.
A brooding herbal nose with the finesse of Vosne and power of Nuits. Blue and red fruits, wild cherries, and sous bois notes with a note of bitter chocolate. Concentrated but lively with rich but elegant tannins, and a persistent, soy-inflected finish.
Tom Harrow, Head Wine Guru

What the critics say:

91-93/100Jasper Morris, Inside Burgundy

"A fine even purple. The bouquet delivers just a little more intensity, and indeed class. A dark raspberry fruit but fresher than the Chambolle, and the acidity behind is up to the task. There is a fine clean fruit all the way through, the best balanced and most interesting of the Tardy wines. Fine tannins and even a mineral touch to assist the acidity. Drink from 2028-2035. Tasted: October 2023."

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Domaine Jean Tardy et Fils

The Tardy family has been producing wine since the 1920s, and Guillaume Tardy, still in his 30s, has been running the current estate for more than 10 years, establishing a serious reputation for himself and his wines in Burgundy.

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