Every time that we offer Hudelot-Noëllat's Bourgogne Rouge, we brace ourselves for a flood of orders.
For the 2015, we're an expecting an onslaught like we haven't seen before.
In any year, Hudelot-Noëllat’s Bourgogne is one of the best deals in all of Burgundy. You’d be hard pressed to find a bottle that delivers as much complexity and sheer deliciousness for the price.
The 2015 is off-the-charts in this regard. For red Burgundy, 2015 is one of the greatest red Burgundy vintages of the past few decades, so this comes as no surprise.
It's an exciting vintage across the board, but the more humble categories, like Bourgogne Rouge and Villages, were elevated to shocking levels.
You can expect the 2015 Bourgogne Rouge to deliver a level of complexity and sophistication that hasn't been seen before. It achieves this without sacrificing any of its drinkability. There’s impressive presence, along with lovely brightness, texture and lift. It possesses pristine red fruits, soil tones and a striking mineral streak.
Since Charles Van Canneyt arrived at Hudelot-Noëllat, quality at the domaine has reached an elite level. But even as the wines have attracted the attention of savvy Burgundy buyers, they've remained gently priced. When you taste the 2015 Bourgogne Rouge, the world class winemaking here becomes immediately evident.
Every time that we offer Hudelot-Noëllat’s Bourgogne Rouge, we hunt down as much as we can find, and then watch as our parcel quickly disappears. For Burgundy lovers seeking value, Hudelot-Noëllat’s is a godsend. We created special 6-pack pricing because this is a wine you'll want to have in quantity. We strongly advise stocking up now, before it's all gone.
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Director, Fine & Rare Wine
Crush Wine & Spirits
2015 Hudelot-Noëllat Bourgogne Rouge
Burghound: "This is at once notably ripe yet quite fresh with liqueur-like red berry fruit aromas. There is excellent volume to the delicious middle weight flavors that possess fine richness and punch on the lightly structured finale. This would make a very good choice for a delicious yet serious house red. By the way, Hudelot consistently seems to do well with their Bourgogne and this admirable effort will only add to that reputation."