Auxey-Duresses 1er cru 1987 - Michel Prunier
13.5% Alc vol
Label: Very beautiful, very slightly stained
Overall condition: Very good
Terroir: This wine comes from three different plots: "climat du Val" and "les Grands Champs" facing south, and "Bas de Duresses" facing south-east. Clay-limestone soil, stony, shallow and draining.
Situation: The plots are located in the town of Auxey-Duresses (which is pronounced "Ossé-durez" you're welcome). These terroirs are an extension of Volnay and Monthelie and announce the vineyards of Meursault and Puligny.
Vineyard of 0.74 ha, vines of 56 years of average age.
Vinification: 50% destemmed grapes to balance the fruit and the tannic material. 13-day maceration with pumping over. Aging for 16 months in oak barrels, 20% of which are new barrels.
- 75 cl
- Grape(s) variety
- 100% Pinot Noir
- Red wine
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