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Pommard Premier Cru, Les Epenots, Philippe Pacalet, 2021

Pommard Premier Cru, Les Epenots, Philippe Pacalet, 2021

Philippe Pacalet | Burgundy, France | 75cl
  • Red Still
  • Organic
  • Biodynamic
  • Pinot Noir
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Philippe Pacalet is easily one of our favourite Burgundians, combining a wicked sense of humour with his own bold approach to winemaking that has placed him at the forefront of the Cote d’Or. What else would you expect from the former winemaker at the illustrious Domaine Prieuré-Roch?!

We’re always delighted to visit Philippe in Burgundy and few winemakers are able to express the complex character of a vintage in such few words. His wines have reached cult status worldwide, remaining viscerally exciting and characterised by energy, intensity, authenticity, complex tannins and a “funky purity”.

What the critics say:

91-93/100Allen Meadows, Burghound

"Admirably subtle wood influence easily allows the spicy and overtly floral-inflected essence of red cherry and currant aromas to be appreciated. There is fine punch and a discreet minerality to the delicious, detailed and tautly muscular middleweight flavors that possess a gorgeous mouthfeel before culminating in a lingering, impeccably well-balanced and highly persistent finish. Once again, this could use better depth, but the fine development potential seems clear. Excellent and worth considering. 'Outstanding'"

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About Philippe Pacalet

Philippe Pacalet's wines are known for their unusual distinctiveness, reflecting his winemaking philosophy of preserving grape integrity and avoiding oxidation as naturally as possible. He farms biodynamically, insists on 100% whole bunch fermentations, uses only natural yeasts, and avoids adding sulphites.

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