Bourgogne Hauts-Côtes de Nuits 'Cuvée Maelie' 2014, Domaine Jean TardyBurgundy, France
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Bourgogne Hauts-Côtes de Nuits 'Cuvée Maelie' 2014, Domaine Jean Tardy Burgundy, France
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The quality on show here from Jean Tardy easily raises this Bourgogne status to village. There is incredible concentration and intensity on the palate with depth and energy beyond its price point. Classic red and dark cherries combine with subtle earthy notes of "sous-bois" and stony minerality. The tannins are so well integrated they are practically non-existent and the fresh finish leaves a mouthwatering experience.
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About this wine
Domaine Jean Tardy
Goes well with
Rare roast lamb
Domaine Jean Tardy
Guillaume Tardy, the son of Jean Tardy and the grandson of Victor Tardy, the first of the family to farm vineyards in Burgundy back in 1920, is the current winemaker at Jean Tardy et Fils. He attended viticultural school in Beaune, followed by a degree in Oenology from the University of Dijon. After eight months working as an assistant to the winemaker at Picardy Winery in Western Australia, he returned to take up the winemaking reins in the family business. In 2003, he also took over the management of the business, still working closely with his father.