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La Soufrandière - Pouilly Vinzelles

Domaine La Soufrandière is located in the tiny village of Vinzelles, just north of the charming town of Mâcon. It is run by brothers Jean-Guillaume and Jean-Philippe Bret (‘J-Guy’ and ‘J-Phi’ to each other), who specialize exclusively in wines of Southern Burgundy. They are young, dynamic, and ambitious, and dedicated to ‘farming that quite simply respects life’. When they took over the family domaine in 2000 they immediately converted to organic and biodynamic farming, and have been certified since 2006. With no herbicides, pesticides, or additives of any kind, the wines are extraordinarily focused and pure. The Brets specialize in old vines—in this wine they are 33 to 80 years old, grown on a mix of red clay and limestone formed over 180 million years ago. Very low yields ensure that the wines always faithfully reflect nuances of vintage and terroir. Of course the 2014 Pouilly-Vinzelles has Chardonnay’s buttery richness, but there are so many layers of Burgundian complexity above and below that: apple, pear, lemon, hazelnut, spice, and profound mineral force. This bottle is deserving of crab or lobster.

  • 750ml
  • $77.99
La Soufrandière - Pouilly Vinzelles - 750ml bottle

Domaine La Soufrandière is located in the tiny village of Vinzelles, just north of the charming town of Mâcon. It is run by brothers Jean-Guillaume and Jean-Philippe Bret (‘J-Guy’ and ‘J-Phi’ to each other), who specialize exclusively in wines of Southern Burgundy. They are young, dynamic, and ambitious, and dedicated to ‘farming that quite simply respects life’. When they took over the family domaine in 2000 they immediately converted to organic and biodynamic farming, and have been certified since 2006. With no herbicides, pesticides, or additives of any kind, the wines are extraordinarily focused and pure. The Brets specialize in old vines—in this wine they are 33 to 80 years old, grown on a mix of red clay and limestone formed over 180 million years ago. Very low yields ensure that the wines always faithfully reflect nuances of vintage and terroir. Of course the 2014 Pouilly-Vinzelles has Chardonnay’s buttery richness, but there are so many layers of Burgundian complexity above and below that: apple, pear, lemon, hazelnut, spice, and profound mineral force. This bottle is deserving of crab or lobster.

  • France
  • 750ml
  • $77.99

Food Pairings

  • Aged Cheese
  • Chicken
  • Fish
  • Pork

Tasting Notes

  • Mineral
  • Pear
  • Peach
  • Lees

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