We have tried the 2006 this month and we were pleased to taste a wine with great complexity and ready to drink. Fruits have opened and the palate is round with smooth tannins.
“A firm wine that has ripe but structured tannins. It is not a big wine, but rather shows a tighter style of Pinot Noir that balances sweet red fruits and a spice edge of wood. It would benefit from aging for 2–3 years.” – 88pts Wine Enthusiast 2008
Albert Bichot owns four estates set at the heart of four great viticultural regions that make up Burgundy: Domaine Long Depaquit in Chablis, Clos Frantin in Côte de Nuits, Du Pavillon in Côte de Beaune, and Domaine d’Adelie for Mercurey in Côte Chalonnaise. Each estate consists of vineyards cultivated with sustainable practices, as well as facilities and teams devoted to the making and ageing of the region’s wines. Wine with one or other of these denominations will be sourced from their own vineyards, while those just bearing the name Albert Bichot will be made from purchased grapes. View our Selection.