Jacques-Frédéric Mugnier Bonnes-Mares Grand Cru 2019


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Burgundy, France
93 points




Our approach to both viticulture and wine-making is aimed at preserving in the wines the purest expression of Nature with minimal interference from technological practices.

We have a pragmatic approach to viticulture and we favour hand work and preventive protection methods in the vineyard. The purpose is not to eradicate pests and diseases but to preserve or restore a rich and active ecosystem.

With healthy and ripe grapes grown on the greatest terroirs, wine-making only has to be kept simple and respectful.

50% of the vines in this .35 ha parcel of Bonne Mares Grand Cru were planted in 1980 and 1988, with the remainder planted in the '50s; the vines run from top to bottom and are planted in both terres rouges and terres blanches with a relative proportion of about 1/3 of the former and 2/3 of the latter


93 - 93 points

A very cool, restrained and appealingly layered nose reluctantly reveals its array of the essence of plum, warm earth and pretty floral wisps. There is fine volume and richness to the supple, round and seductively textured middle weight plus flavours that deliver outstanding length on the balanced, firm and youthfully austere finale.


Serving Temp.
14-18 °C
Cellar until
Now - 2038
Food pairing
Robust meat dishes with rich sauces

Tasting Profile

The Bonnes Mares appellation sits astride the village communes of Chambolle-Musigny and Morey-Saint-Denis, it, therefore, presents characteristics intermediate to both appellations. The influence of the Morey terroir gives frankness, firmness and a more earthy character. Then there is the aromatic spectrum of red fruit berries which dominates in Chambolle, blended with more mineral nuances and sometimes hints of forest floor undergrowth.

Jacques-Frédéric Mugnier Bonnes-Mares Grand Cru 2019

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