2014 vintage

The winter was mild, with a surplus of rain in January and February. A warm and dry early spring gave the growth cycle a head start. Budburst started 10 days earlier than the average for the previous 20 years. Flowering was also rapid and took place over a few days. Unfortunately, at the end of June, violent hailstorms struck different sectors and caused significant damage in the vines. The weather changed and the summer was much cooler. The growth cycle slowed and véraison was spread over several weeks. September marked the return of the sun and allowed the grapes to fully ripen. Harvesting started around 15 September in the sunshine. 

pictogram white wine of Bourgogne 2014 vintage

The whites are particularly aromatic, dominated by notes of white fruit, nuts, and citrus. In the mouth, they are fresh and precise, offering pleasant mineral notes. 2014 is a vintage that is perfect for enjoying from now onwards.

pictogram red wine of Bourgogne 2014 vintage

The reds are lovely, classic wines. Their fruity nose offers a few more-developed notes evoking undergrowth and sweet spices. In the mouth, they are smooth and elegant, thanks to their silky tannins. 2014: An indulgent vintage to enjoy.