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2014 Henri Darnat 1Er Cru Les Champs Gains


Les Champs Gains is the second largest premier cru vineyard in Puligny. The name "Champs Gains" refers to a "field" that has been won or regained and we'll be shocked if this wine doesn't win you over! Exotic fruit aromas mix with dried flowers. There is a mineral vein running through each sip, balanced with clean citrus flavors and the slightest kiss of wood. This wine is poised to age but can be enjoyed tonight with 20-30 minutes of decanting.

ABV % = 12.5


Puligny-Montrachet is the most powerfully mineral of the white wines in Beaune. Here is where the limestone takes center stage in the village wines, the premier crus, as well as the grand crus. The village wines are known to be incredibly structured, with lots of earth, mineral, and lean, nervy fruit. Due to their power, these wines can take a fare amount of new wood, and the toast and spice balance the fruit character. The grand crus are Montrachet, Bâtard-Montrachet, Chevalier-Montrachet, and Bienvénues-Bâtard-Montrachet. They are listed in descending order of power-scale, however none of them are light by any means.

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