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Domaine Arlaud Père et Fils Chambolle-Musigny 2021  - First Bottle

Reviews

95 James Suckling -
Some pine needle with mushroom and dried earth. Fresh and bright. Medium-bodied with firm, fine tannins and a fresh, vivid finish. Lovely length and brightness. Drink now.
88-90 Robert Parker's Wine Advocate -
Derived from holdings in La Buissière, Les Herbues, Les Chardanes and Les Gammaires, the 2021 Chambolle-Musigny is another pretty middle-weight, offering up aromas of red berries, peonies and spices, followed by a medium-bodied, ample and enveloping palate.

Technical Details

  • BlendPinot Noir
  • WinemakerCyprien Arlaud
  • CountryFrance
  • RegionBurgundy
  • Sub-RegionCôte de Nuits
  • AppellationChambolle-Musigny
  • VineyardSourced from four separate, estate-owned parcels on the Morey-Saint-Denis side of Chambolle: ‘Les Chardannes,’ ‘Les Herbues,’ ‘LesGamaires’ and ‘Les Bussières,’ which borders premier cru vineyards in Morey
  • Farming MethodCertified Biodynamic
  • OakAged in 15% new barrels
  • Alcohol13%

Domaine Arlaud Père et Fils Chambolle-Musigny 2021

Pinot Noir  |  France
WA88-90

Certified Biodynamic
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The Domaine Arlaud Père et Fils Chambolle-Musigny 2021 is a captivating Pinot Noir that entices with its alluring bouquet of red cherry, wild strawberry, and hints of rose petals. On the palate, the wine unfolds gracefully, revealing supple tannins and a vibrant acidity that harmonize with the delicate fruit flavors. Its refined structure and lingering finish make this Chambolle-Musigny a true expression of elegance and finesse.

About the Producer

Domaine Arlaud is a on a roll right now. With roots back to 1942 when Joseph Arlaud married Renee Amiot, whose family was deeply engrained in Burgundian wine culture, the family inherited some incredible holdings that they still farm today according to the rules of biodynamics. Joseph's son Herve Arlaud took over the estate in 1982 and expanded the domaine with purchases of prime vineyards, mostly in their home village of Morey St. Denis. Today, the star of the show is Hevre's son Cyprien, who in the last ten years, has come into his own as one of the most exciting growers in all of France.