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David Duband

France - 

Borgogna Côte d’Or - 

Chevannes 

Nuits-Saint-Georges

100% Pinot Noir

Production area: Burgundy, Côte de Nuits

Terrain: roccioso e argilloso

Harvest: manual

Vinification: Alcoholic fermentation in thermoconditioned steel for 17 days. During this period, fulling and pumping over are carried out, then pressing is done and it is left to decant for 2 weeks before proceeding for aging

Refinement: 14 months in barrels and 3 months in tanks before bottling

Color: deep ruby with pink highlights

Fragrance: hint of strawberries and black fruits with a floral touch

Flavor: black fruit aromas with hints of menthol, well balanced with tannin

Alcoholic Grade: 13.5% vol

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THE COMPANY

David, a young oenologist, made his mark as a novelty in Burgundy from the beginning because of his decisive and marked style, always searching for cleanliness but also intensity. His first wines placed him among the “modernists”, in search of large concentrations, but over the years his “touch” has developed continually, heading towards elegant and sweet tannins. David works 17 hectares of vineyard, but half of the grapes are given to François Feuillet, the owner of the vineyard, therefore the maximum production is 85,000 bottles, 75% of which is pinot noir. This grape variety, with David, expresses itself with a deep red color, with spicy notes where the minerality is perfectly fused with the tannins, always velvety and soft. This is made possible by the fulling and pumping over that is done as many as 10 times during the weeks of maceration. From the “small” Bourgogne Pinot Noir, passing through the villages where the slight edges can be sensed already in the aroma, until the Grand Crus where the terroir reigns supreme with its marked mineral content, the young Duband shows himself to be experienced and able to interpret the extraordinary fruits from Burgundy, competing as a prominent figure in the vignerons of the Côte d’Or.