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Derain: Bourgogne La Combe

THE WINE

HARD FACTS

WINE NAME:
Bourgogne La Combe
PRODUCER:
Derain
VINTAGE:
2017
APPELLATION:
Bourgogne La Combe
GRAPE VARIETIES:
Chardonnay
FERMENTATION TANKS:
Barrels
YEASTS:
Natural
MACERATION:
None
MALOLACTIC:
Done
AGED IN:
Minimum 5 Year Old Barrel
AGED FOR:
10 Months
CLARIFICATION/FILTRATION:
Filtration with Diatom
VEGAN:
Yes
TOTAL SO2:
< 20 mg/L
SO2 REGIME:
1 Month Before Bottling
ALCOHOL CONTENT:
13.5% vol.
TOTAL PRODUCTION:
1,800 bottles
ALTITUDE:
230 m
SOIL:
Deep soil with brown clay, silty, limestone
YEAR PLANTED:
1988
DENSITY:
10,000 vines/hectare
YIELD:
45 Hectoliters per Hectare

THIS WINE’S STORY

The lieu-dit “La Combe” is in the village of Puligny (outside of Puligny villages line) and it was originally planted by Dominique Derain in 1991. The domaine has 0.30 hectares under vine.

There’s a lower amount of limestone in the soil and here you see more clay-silt, giving the wine power.

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