Jane Eyre 2021 Burgundies
Winery : Jane Eyre
Jane Eyre arrived in Burgundy in 2004. Now, after a decade of producing wines under her own micro-negociant label, she has been awarded La Revue de France's 'Negociant of the Year 2021'. Eyre's approach is one of careful nurturing - techniques to suit the season and interference only when necessary. 'I figure if I buy the best fruit I can afford and fastidiously sort it, then what needs to be extracted will come out without me forcing things. '
2021 Jane Eyre Cotes de Nuits Villages: Eyre's notes - 'A blend of two parcels located mid-slope in Comblanchien that we have been producing since 2014.
2021 Jane Eyre Gevrey-Chambertin Villages: Eyre's notes - 'From two sought-after parcels, the "Combe du Dessus" just across from Chambertin Castle and "En Champs" a little further up the slope opposite the Champeaux 1er cru, 10% whole clusters.
2021 Jane Eyre Savigny les Beaunes 1er Vergelesses: Eyre's notes - The vineyard is located in the upper part of this famous climate, on an eastern slope, which gives it a fresher style.
2021 Jane Eyre Beaune 1er Les Avaux: Eyre's notes - The Avaux vineyard is located on the Pommard side of Beaune. Really perfumed wine, fine in structure but with a fair bit of fruit weight.
2021 Jane Eyre Fleurie (cru Beaujolais): Screw cap. One hundred percent whole bunch from 30 and 100 year old vines.