Domaine Dufouleur Hautes Cotes de Nuits Demoiselle Hugette Blanc 2017

Domaine Dufouleur Hautes Cotes de Nuits Demoiselle Hugette Blanc 2017

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Domaine Guy & Yvan Dufouleur was established on the slopes of Nuits-Saint-Georges in 1596, and is currently managed by Yvan Dufouleur and his uncle Xavier.

The Dufouleur family sold the négociant arm of their business, “Dufouleur Père et Fils,” in 2006, wanting to focus exclusively on estate bottled wines. Four hundred years is a long time for any winery, and through the centuries the family has acquired a whopping 28 hectares of prime vineyard sites extending from Fixin to Santenay. This portfolio includes the exclusive ownership of Fixin Clos du Chapitre Premier Cru. Farming is natural, and cellar work is hands-off.

These sensory, revelatory wines are a must for anyone interested in distinctive Burgundy.

Notes and Reviews

Château Tasting

Pale or yellow gold hue depending on the vintage. The nose expresses honeysuckle and citrus aromas, and even dried nuts such as almonds and hazelnuts with some bottles' age. The wine is forthright on entry to the palate showing fat, lovely complexity and good length.

Product Details

Vintage 2017
Grape Varieties Chardonnay, Pinot blanc
Viticulture Sustainable Agriculture
Type White
Age of Vines 45 years old
Vinification Hand picked. Pneumatic pressing. Cooling of must, addition of enzymes, settling, yeasting. 1 month’s fermentation in 500l barrels (1/3 new). Daily stirring of lees during fermentation, maintained at 15°C in order to obtain fat, complexity and finesse.
Elevage 10 months in 500l barrels after malolactic fermentation, 2 months spent blending in vat. Fining followed by filtration to enhance the wine’s brightness and the purity of its aromas.
Production 5,000 bottles
Soil Type Fairly poor clay-limestone, piles of lava. Plot situated on the plateau of Les Dames Huguette, a lieu-dit (local spot) overlooking Nuits-St-Georges. Alt. 350 metres.