2014 Domaine Dureuil Janthial Rully
The immensely talented Vincent Dureuil, only in his mid-30s, produces a stunning range of single-vineyard white and red
Burgundies in the Cote-Chalonnaise village of Rully, where his family has been since the 1500s. His tireless vineyard work
(he spends 14 hours a day among his vines during much of the growing season, doing most of the vineyard work himself)
and his assured but light touch in the cellar make for some of the most surprising and incredible Burgundy values to be
For the whites, whole clusters are pressed directly and fermented on indigenous yeasts. Wines are aged in French oak
barrels, with no more than 25 percent new oak, depending on the cru. Wines are racked according to the cycles of the
moon, and are bottled unfined and unfiltered.
Aromas of white peaches and citrus zest; chalky notes. Supple and juicy; lemon, quince and white pepper.
"Here too there is enough wood to notice on the pretty nose that actually closely resembles that of the La Combe. The rich,
round and utterly delicious middle weight flavors that possess both good volume and punch, all wrapped in a clean and dry
finale. This is a quality Rully villages. “ Alan Meadows, Burghound
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Bottles are in perfect condition.