×

This wine has a per person limit. We do this as the wine is hard to find, very rare and/or incredibly sought after.

We do this to ensure that we are able to share the love with everyone!

We kindly ask that you do not abuse this limit by placing multiple orders. In the event that you place multiple orders - they will be canceled and subject to a 5% cancellation fee.

If you would like to request more than the allowable amount - we may be able to help - send us an email at info@thatcherswineconsulting.com

2016 Henri Naudin-Ferrand (Claire Naudin), Bourgogne, Hautes Cotes de Beaune Bellis Perennis

CellarTracker

90
Regular price $62
/

2016 Henri Naudin-Ferrand (Claire Naudin), Bourgogne, Hautes Cotes de Beaune Bellis Perennis

CellarTracker

90
Regular price $62
/
0 In Stock

Add to Favorites

We’re currently updating


Please try refreshing your page or logging out. If this issue persists, please click the button below or email us at info@thatcherswine.com.


Same Day Pick Up at Thatcher's Wine - Warehouse

Available same day if ordered by 2pm

View store information


Though in the same family's hands for half a millennium, since 1994 the Naudin-Ferrand Domaine is perhaps in its most capable in the form of Claire Naudin. Though she bottles under several different labels, her ethos is the same, relying on strong, sustainable viticulture - and the wines reflect it in their grace and energy.

Henri Naudin-Ferrand (Claire Naudin)

Claire Naudin oversees now some 22 hectares between the Cote de Nuits and Cote de Beaune, including incredible parcels in Aloxe-Corton and Echezeaux. Following the traditions she gleaned from her father, the work both in the vineyard and the winery are largely done by hand, gravity flow and performed organically, the focus always being the health of the grapes and their resulting juices.

The wines under the Henri Naudin-Ferrand label are largely traditional, largely-de-stemmed - except for the Echezeaux - and barrel-fermented. Elegant and long-lived, the Naudin-Ferrand wines are well-known to any collector.

The Claire Naudin labels bear names of the Hautes-Cotes wildflowers, and are made a bit more naturally, without the addition of sulfur. They are exuberant and open beautifully to reveal the wondrous complexity of each Burgundian varietal's personality from the Hautes-Cotes' higher-altitude vineyards.

BiNaume is a shared project with her husband, Jean-Yves Bizot that was a result of seeking to augment their meager 2016 crop. Wines of Gamay and Pinot Noir are harvested from Saint-Pourçain (west of Beaune) and vinified at the Naudin winery. Grapes are fermented whole-cluster and the extraction very light, the resulting wines uplifting and delicious.

Meet the Producer

Henri Naudin-Ferrand (Claire Naudin)

Though in the same family's hands for half a millennium, since 1994 the Naudin-Ferrand Domaine is perhaps in its most capable in the form of Claire Naudin. Though she bottles under several different labels, her ethos is the same, relying on strong, sustainable viticulture - and the wines reflect it in their grace and energy.

Claire Naudin oversees now some 22 hectares between the Cote de Nuits and Cote de Beaune, including incredible parcels in Aloxe-Corton and Echezeaux. Following the traditions she gleaned from her father, the work both in the vineyard and the winery are largely done by hand, gravity flow and performed organically, the focus always being the health of the grapes and their resulting juices.

The wines under the Henri Naudin-Ferrand label are largely traditional, largely-de-stemmed - except for the Echezeaux - and barrel-fermented. Elegant and long-lived, the Naudin-Ferrand wines are well-known to any collector.

The Claire Naudin labels bear names of the Hautes-Cotes wildflowers, and are made a bit more naturally, without the addition of sulfur. They are exuberant and open beautifully to reveal the wondrous complexity of each Burgundian varietal's personality from the Hautes-Cotes' higher-altitude vineyards.

BiNaume is a shared project with her husband, Jean-Yves Bizot that was a result of seeking to augment their meager 2016 crop. Wines of Gamay and Pinot Noir are harvested from Saint-Pourçain (west of Beaune) and vinified at the Naudin winery. Grapes are fermented whole-cluster and the extraction very light, the resulting wines uplifting and delicious.

What We Are Drinking
Recently viewed

Who We Are
&
What We're About


Thatcher’s Wine is an online bottle shop and importer featuring wines from some of the world’s most dynamic domaines and emerging winemakers. From exceptional everyday bottles to rarified finds, our highly curated cellar focuses on honest expressions of climate and terroir from across Europe.

Learn More About Us