The Colin family has a long and famous history in St-Aubin. Established in the late 1970s by Marc Colin and his wife, the Domaine is now managed by two of the four of Marc Colin's children, Damien and Caroline. His eldest son, Pierre-Yves, took his shareholdings in 2005 and established his own domaine "Pierre-Yves Colin-Morey" with his wife, Caroline Morey, making fantastic wines across St-Aubin, Chassagne-Montrachet, Puligny-Montrachet and Meursault. On the other hand, his other son, Joseph Colin, also started his venture in 2016 and his heroic work has amazed many tasters (including us when we tasted them in Burgundy back in 2018!) and is already considered to be one of the top rising domaines. Definitely not one to miss especially while his wines are still at excellent prices nowadays. Many of his wines are already enjoyable now but would surely benefit from further aging.
The Colin family retains very traditional winemaking practices, and we are delighted that many of their wines are still fairly accessible. Today we are pleased to share with you our latest collection of wines from the Colin family - Joseph Colin, Marc Colin and Pierre-Yves Colin-Morey - in which we would love to highlight to you the selection from Marc Colin as these are recent releases from the domaine, and many come from the excellent vintage of 2014 and have remained unmoved in the domaine's cellar for over 5 years and will only ship out at the end of this month! These are very unique opportunities with hardly any listing in Wine-searcher, so do not miss this opportunity to grab some of these stunning Chardonnays now -
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