Morey St.Denis・Coquard Loison Fleurot・2016

Product name: Morey Saint-Denis

Producer name: Coquard Loison Fleurot

Variety: pinot noir

Region: France > Burgundy

Category: red

Capacity: 750ml


(The following is from the importer's materials) We use grapes from three plots, including Clos Solon, located in the center and north of the village. Very lively, with aromas of raspberry red fruit, cedar, underbrush, and damp earth. The taste is medium bodied, spicy and slightly aromatic. Balanced, with good acidity and a nice, long peppery finish.

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Coquard Loison Fleurot

A maker that attracts attention around the world, reminiscent of Gibourg and Rouget.

A domaine in the village of Flagey-Echezeaux that is little known internationally because until its predecessor, it was sold in buckets to major négociants and mainly sold in the French domestic market. The 9 hectare fields in each village of Côte de Nuits, including six special-grade fields, are located in excellent locations and have mature trees. After completing his training and returning to his family's domaine in 2010, Mr. Thomas Corrado began taking charge of cultivation and brewing, increasing the number of people working at the domaine, quickly blossoming his talent, and making a breakthrough in the international market. Influenced by the fact that he worked closely with Sébastien Catiard, the owner of Domaine Sylvain Catiard, who is a close friend of his generation, he, like Catiard, focuses on field work, and each terroir is clearly visible. It is characterized by a style with a certain degree of purity, precision, and dynamism.

In Wine Advocate issue 234, Neil Martin said of the 2016 vintage, ``Stylistically, it's reminiscent of Mugneret Gibourg, or its neighbor Emmanuel Rougier, with lots of crystalline red fruit. There is a feeling of tension, silky smoothness and tension that sends shivers down your spine.” Other players such as Jancis Robinson, Jasper Morris, and Antonio Galloni are also attracting attention and giving him high praise. Due to the long and difficult-to-remember domain name, various media outlets have taken the initials and started calling it CLF instead of DRC.