Stephane Guillemin

Domaine Creusserome, Vire Clesse 2021

White
$23
Buy 12+ bottles at $19.55 each and save!

A pale golden hay colored wine with a crisp and mineral bouquet along with fragrance of white flowers, chalk and yellow fruits : perfect balance. Vegan wine: using plant based compound for finning. A fantastic price for a wine sold $26 average in the US.

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews Write a review
12.50%
35 years old
Certified HVE. Tye up vines in fall, Guyot simple arched pruning in winter starting November, mechanical plowing in Vire Clessô, gass maintain between each row to stress roots to grow deeper, putting back dirt that was drained down the hillside, reset wire and stakes, plowing (April May), non systematic preventive organic treatments in Spring (very low dosage Bordeaux mixture), debudding for optimizing yield quality, trimming of the top (non systematic), leave the leaves to prevent grappes from overheat, mechanical harvest.
Fully destemmed and pressed, clarification and settling by gravity for 12 hours, only and single pump over then put in stainless steel tank for alcoholic fermentation at 20Cô max for 2 month (very long), systematic Malolactic fermentation for 3 weeks, rest on fine lees for 10 month average, blending, earth filtration (diatoms), Vegan filtered.
Chardonnay
Chardonnay
3,000 cases
Burgundy
After multiple warm/hot vintage, 2021 brought back “normal” conditions to create one of the best vintages for Domaine Stephane Guillemin. After a terrible start in the Spring (April) when 40% of vineyards were hit by frostbite, the cooler summer was ideal to let the minerality of the terroir shine. While 2021 was overall a vintage that won’t be remembered in France, it will be a fantastic one for White Burgundy.
Macon, Bourgogne, France
Several parcel scattered on an elevated cool hillside. Rocky clay and limestone soil with exposition to East. Optimal sun exposition to benefit from the gentle morning light while being protected from afternoon heavy heat. Excellent aeration thanks to Valley de Soane's natural air flow.
2021

You may also like

Recently viewed