There's not much to say about Bachelet's Côte de Nuits. For over a decade, this has been a go-to wine for me.
Bachelet’s top-to-bottom quality is staggering. You can taste at any level, from the Aligoté to his epic Charmes-Chambertin, and be thoroughly impressed.
With that said, it's the Côte de Nuits where I think the greatest value is at.
The Côte de Nuits Villages is sourced from a mere .37 ha, so this is a tough wine to have a soft spot for. There's something about its depth and soulfulness that separates it from the pack and causes me to devote a lot of time trying to secure enough wine for an offer.
Bachelet's Côte de Nuits Villages always have a rigorous structure and a gorgeous mix of soil tones, spice and lifted notes of smoke and red fruits.
The 2014 is a really exciting vintage of Bachelet's Côte de Nuits. It's an absolutely radiant and classy example. I really love how it combines nimbleness with a subtle, building complexity. It's drinking well right now but has everything in place to age well.
For many years, whenever we offer Bachelet's Côte de Nuits we get a very strong response. It's very safe to assume that this will sell out and we'll need to allocate. Please give us your ideal order and we'll try our best.
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Director, Fine & Rare Wine
Crush Wine & Spirits