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2019 Domaine Jean-Marc Bouley, Pommard

Regular price $76
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2019 Domaine Jean-Marc Bouley, Pommard

Regular price $76
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From 4 parcels on the top of the Pommard slopes, totaling 1968. Vines were planted in the shallow white soils as early as 1956, the newest in 2000, and are subject to cool winds due to the eastern exposition. Entirely de-stemmed, and fermented in concrete and stainless. The wines age 18 months in 10% new oak.

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Jean-Marc Bouley had started his own domaine name in 1974, and later added the family vines to his holdings a decade later. Thomas has managed the cellars since 2012, and the quality of the wines has proven to exceed that of his predecessors with his keen eye in the vineyard and cellar. 

Domaine Jean-Marc Bouley

Like so many of our favorite producers, Thomas has focused on identifying the unique personality and composition of each of his 29 plots throughout Volnay, Pommard, Beaune and Meursault, and on the periphery of these appellations. You'd notice extreme vine health even from afar - the high-reaching shoots cascade freely, higher and more free-form than any surrounding vineyard. This has actually allowed the vines to gather more rays of sun, filling the vines with energy which befits his style - there is no green-harvesting and no fertilizer, so the vine produces more bunches but with smaller, more intensely-flavored berries. He does adhere to the biodynamic principles, and his wines feel justifiably energetic and alive. 

In the cellar, the elevage is not long - extending just into a second winter - with at least a small portion of new oak, with his top cuvées often receiving as much as 50% new barrels. At least a small percentage of the whole clusters are retained to add complexity and life to the wine. 

Meet the Producer

Domaine Jean-Marc Bouley

Jean-Marc Bouley had started his own domaine name in 1974, and later added the family vines to his holdings a decade later. Thomas has managed the cellars since 2012, and the quality of the wines has proven to exceed that of his predecessors with his keen eye in the vineyard and cellar. 

Like so many of our favorite producers, Thomas has focused on identifying the unique personality and composition of each of his 29 plots throughout Volnay, Pommard, Beaune and Meursault, and on the periphery of these appellations. You'd notice extreme vine health even from afar - the high-reaching shoots cascade freely, higher and more free-form than any surrounding vineyard. This has actually allowed the vines to gather more rays of sun, filling the vines with energy which befits his style - there is no green-harvesting and no fertilizer, so the vine produces more bunches but with smaller, more intensely-flavored berries. He does adhere to the biodynamic principles, and his wines feel justifiably energetic and alive. 

In the cellar, the elevage is not long - extending just into a second winter - with at least a small portion of new oak, with his top cuvées often receiving as much as 50% new barrels. At least a small percentage of the whole clusters are retained to add complexity and life to the wine. 


Vinous

Vinous

91

The 2019 Pommard Village has a fragrant nose with dark berry fruit mixed with Earl Grey and undergrowth notes emerging with aeration. The palate is beautifully-defined with fine depth for a Village Cru, slightly chalky tannins and a precise, quite persistent finish. I would afford this 3-4 years in bottle before broaching.

What the Critics are Saying

Vinous

Vinous

91

The 2019 Pommard Village has a fragrant nose with dark berry fruit mixed with Earl Grey and undergrowth notes emerging with aeration. The palate is beautifully-defined with fine depth for a Village Cru, slightly chalky tannins and a precise, quite persistent finish. I would afford this 3-4 years in bottle before broaching.