Clos De La Roche Dujac 2012
Clos De La Roche Dujac 2012
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Clos De La Roche Dujac 2012

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That ferruginous side that is the prerogative of certain Gevreys returns here to mark a wine with a solid tannic framework. It comes from two hectares of vines that date largely from the original acquisition of Seysses and will need a few more years in the bottle to translate its intensity into detail.PairingsSkilled fillet with porcini mushrooms and herbs.

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Founded in 1967 by Jacques Seysses, who transformed a recently acquired property into the Domaine Dujac, it now runs together with his sons Jeremy, winemaker, and Alec. The property has 12.75 hectares of which 1.25 are cultivated with chardonnay, for an average production of less than 60,000 bottles. Jacques and his son Jeremy (whose wife Diana, an oenologist, works in the domaine) are faithful to a very marked Pinot noir obtained through the vinification of whole berries: the wine obtained rarely has a great color, but after a long aging (even beyond thirty years) the tertiary aromas do justice to this vinification.

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