It wouldn't be out of line to say that Pierre-Yves Colin's work in St. Aubin has been crucial in establishing the domaine's cult status.
This speaks volumes about how impressive his work in St. Aubin is. Colin has holdings in Grand Crus and top 1er Crus, yet savvy buyers hunt the En Remilly bottlings down with the same fervor as the Chevalier-Montrachet.
Seasoned Burgundy buyers have long sought out En Remilly for the ridiculous quality-to-price ratio it delivers. Colin-Morey's wines from En Remilly are stunning. They serve as exemplars of Colin-Morey's incredible ability to render the Chardonnay grape with such purity and riveting intensity.
Today, I'm happy to offer Colin-Morey's St. Aubin 1er Cru En Remilly Nicholas et Mathis for $97.95 per bottle.
Colin-Morey's 2018s are seriously impressive. The wines hit an incredible balance. They have clear fruit, intense minerality, and perfectly integrated richness. Pierre-Yves has said that he's learned a lot from previous warm vintages and has fine-tuned harvest times along with how he handles the grapes in the winery. The 2018s testify to how well-judged his strategy was.
The 2018 En Remilly Nicholas et Mathis offers a startling mingling of power, length, and elegance. There's serious breeding on display, along with a salty and stony minerality and soaring floral and citrus notes. You get a rigorous, finely etched core that adds further excitement.
Colin-Morey makes two bottlings from En Remilly. Nicholas et Mathis is the rarer of the two bottlings. It's situated near the Grand Cru site of Chevalier-Montrachet. Compared to Colin-Morey's basic En Remilly, Nicholas et Mathis is deeper and more textural.
I'm going to wrap this up. The En Remilly Nicholas et Mathis is a customer favorite. We initially offered it over the summer and only a modest amount of our allocation remains. Please give us your ideal order, and we'll try our best.
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Director, Fine & Rare Wine
Crush Wine & Spirits