Located in the heart of Volnay, Joseph Voillot owns about 8 hectares of vineyards in Volnay, Pommard, Meursault and Beaune. After Joseph Voillot passed away in the late 90s, his son-in-law, Jean-Pierre Charlot, took over the domaine, and has been recently passed down to his grandson Etienne Chaix. Vinification remains very traditional - they destem all their vines, use wild yeast and moderate pressing, and apply comparatively less oak barrels having only 10-15% new oak barrels used for the reds.
We received a freshly landed parcel of Voillot’s Pommard Les Epenots 1er Cru 2014 yesterday and could not wait to pop one open to taste. It received the highest score among all wines from the domaine under Vinous’ Neal Martin, who described Jean-Pierre as the “unsung hero of the Côte de Beaune” and “the winemakers’ winemaker.” We found this wine to be already showing its charm now and performs well in complexity and finish.
Immediately available and limited to 48 bottles, let us know if you would like to get a few of this fantastic Pommard -
Joseph Voillot Pommard Les Epenots 1er Cru 2014
HK$500 per bottle
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48 bottles in stock, Immediately available for delivery
90-92 pts Neal Martin
From the lieu-dit Petits Epenots, the 2014 Pommard 1er Cru les Epenots has a crisp, effervescent bouquet with red cherry and strawberry fruit interlaced with orange zest and cola. There is lots of energy here and that translates through onto the palate. There is plenty of fleshy ripe red fruit, a little tart compared to others, a very comely Pommard with fine precision if not quite the persistence on the finish. Drink 2017-2032.
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