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LécheneautBourgogne Hautes-Côtes de Nuits Blanc
Pinot Noir from Burgundy, France
SOLD OUT.  Situated on a hillside facing south at about 350 meters of altitude west of the “Côte”, the roots of the vines penetrate through Jurassic-era chalk. The surface soils are very thin, at times non-existent, and are primarily decomposed limestone and marl. 2,100 bottles produced. PLEASE...
Sustainable
DB6120-15
LécheneautBourgogne Hautes-Côtes de Nuits Rouge
Pinot Noir from Burgundy, France
6/750 Located on a hill facing south at about 350 meters in altitude, the vines cover the slope of a valley cutting into a plateau of Jurassic limestone, to the west of the “Côte”. The substrate is identical to that of the Côte, but the superficial formations are thin, or even non-existent; the...
Sustainable
DB6121-15
LécheneautChambolle-Musigny
Pinot Noir from Burgundy, France
6/750 This cuvée is sourced from a total of .10 hectares spread over several parcels: Chardannes, Herbues, Maladières and Babillère. Downslope, the soil is a thin layer over the bedrock; numerous cracks in the stone allow the roots to penetrate deep into layers dating back to the Jurassic period....
92 WS Sustainable
DB6130-16
LécheneautChambolle-Musigny 1er Cru
Pinot Noir from Burgundy, France
6/750 A blend of two vineyards: “Les Plantes” represents about a quarter of the blend, with the balance coming from "Les Borniques". These two parcels— .04 hectares in total— are located on the alluvial cone of the Ambin valley; the substrata are composed of periglacial red silt, enriched with...
Sustainable
DB6132-14
LécheneautClos de la Roche Grand Cru
Pinot Noir from Burgundy, France
Clos de la Roche is highly chalky, with barely 30 centimeters of topsoil, strewn with a few pebbles and some large blocks of stone from which derives its name. The vines, located in “Monts Luisants”, grow in marl and Prémeaux limestone and average 60 years of age. The Lécheneauts farm a miniscule ....
(93-95) VM, 94 WSSustainable
DB6133-16
LécheneautGevrey-Chambertin
Pinot Noir from Burgundy, France
6/750 This wine is a blend of equal parts from two parcels, Seuvrées and Charreux; the Lécheneauts farm a total of .11 hectares between these two vineyards. The village appellation is predominantly brown calcareous and brown limestone soils; these sites also have marl covered with scree and red...
92 WS, (89-91) VMSustainable
DB6131-16
LécheneautMarsannay "Les Sampagny"
Pinot Noir from Burgundy, France
6/750 The vineyards are located in the commune of Couchey, on a hillside facing east/southeast. Here, the soils date from the middle of the Jurassic period, with strata of limestone and fossils as well as marl. The vines are 40 years of age on average; the Lécheneauts farm a total of .065 hectares...
Sustainable
DB6122-14
LécheneautMorey-Saint-Denis
Pinot Noir from Burgundy, France
6/750 This cuvée is sourced from several parcels, spread out over .22 hectares total: Pierres Virants is 80% of the blend, with the balance made up of fruit from En Seuvrey, Cognées and Porroux. The vines are rooted in limestone and chalky-clay soils from the Jurassic period: Bathonian white öolite...
90 WS Sustainable
DB6123-16
LécheneautMorey-Saint-Denis "Clos des Ormes"
Pinot Noir from Burgundy, France
6/750 These vineyards fall half under the appellation of “village” and half under the appellation of “1er Cru”, but all carry the name “le Clos des Ormes”. The upper part of the parcel—the 1er Cru part—is limestone and chalky-clay soil from the Jurassic period. As you descend lower on the slope to...
(90-92) VM, 92 WSSustainable
DB6124-16
LécheneautNuits-Saint-Georges
Pinot Noir from Burgundy, France
6/750 This cuvée is sourced from several parcels: Damodes, Saint Jacques, Herbues, Tuyaux, Belles Croix, Charmois and Chaliots (right-click the map to enlarge). The soils from the northern parcels contain silt and gravel from the alluvial Meuzin valley, whereas in the southern parcels the soil is...
90+ VM, 93 WSSustainable
DB6125-15
LécheneautNuits-Saint-Georges
Pinot Noir from Burgundy, France
6/750 This cuvée is sourced from several parcels: Damodes, Saint Jacques, Herbues, Tuyaux, Belles Croix, Charmois and Chaliots (right-click the map to enlarge). The soils from the northern parcels contain silt and gravel from the alluvial Meuzin valley, whereas in the southern parcels the soil is...
91 WS, (90-92) VMSustainable
DB6125-16
LécheneautNuits-Saint-Georges "Au Chouillet" Vieilles Vignes
Pinot Noir from Burgundy, France
6/750 The Lécheneauts farm .17 hectares of 68-year-old vines here; the soils are a combination of marl deposits and alluvial sediment from the river Meuzin, which divides this vineyard into two zones: north and south. 4,200 bottles produced annually.   Right-click the map to enlarge.
Sustainable
DB6126-15
LécheneautNuits-Saint-Georges 1er Cru Les Damodes
Pinot Noir from Burgundy, France
6/750 From a total of .13 hectares. The 55-year-old vines grow in brown calcareous soils; the vineyard is peppered with chalky limestone blocks called “sheep’s head” that are the result of weathering. These boulders lay on compact pink limestone called "Prémeaux."  3,000 bottles produced annually....
Sustainable
DB6127-15
LécheneautNuits-Saint-Georges 1er Cru Les Pruliers
Pinot Noir from Burgundy, France
6/750 These 42-year-old vines grow at the base of the parcel, in dark brown to reddish brown silt and coarse limestone gravel.  2,700 bottles produced annually. Right-click on the map to enlarge.
Sustainable
DB6128-14
LécheneautNuits-Saint-Georges 1er Cru Les Pruliers
Pinot Noir from Burgundy, France
6/750 These 43-year-old vines grow at the base of the parcel, in dark brown to reddish brown silt and coarse limestone gravel.  2,700 bottles produced annually. Right-click on the map to enlarge.
Sustainable
DB6128-15
LécheneautVosne-Romanée
Pinot Noir from Burgundy, France
6/750 Sourced from the lieu-dit Aux Ravioles, which is located at the bottom of the hill on lightly chalky soils mixed with marl and clay; the vines here average 57 years of age. 2,400 bottles produced annually. Right-click on the map to enlarge.
92 WS Sustainable
DB6129-16