New 2014 Releases from Domaine Geantet-Pansiot

 
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Latest releases from Domaine Geantet-Pansiot
 
Over the last 60 years the Geantet family have built up a domaine of 12 hectares from Madame Pansiot's original three. Three generations have recently been involved with Vincent, son of Edmond, currently in charge. His tenure has seen a vast rise in quality.

The vineyards are cultivated by the system of lutte raisonnee. No herbicides are used and mildew and oidium are typically treated with sulphur and copper sulphate. After harvesting the grapes are sorted four times to remove extraneous matter, broken berries, rotten fruit and finally sub-standard grapes. The grapes are chilled to 10 degrees celcius and macerated for up to ten days before fermentation begins. Approximately 30% new oak is used for all cuvees.

Geantet Charmes The wines are bottled quite early (12-14 months in barrel) without fining or filtration to capture the fruit while it is still fresh. Clive Coates in The Wines of Burgundy says of Geantet-Pansiot "These are intensely flavoured wines, but not blockbusters. There is succulent perfumed fruit and good balance; no solidity, no hard edges. Geantet is a likeable man, and his domaine a very good source". Remington Norman in The Great Domaines of Burgundy proffers "This is fine, confident winemaking from a dynamic estate, whose wines have given, and will continue to give, great pleasure over numerous vintages."

Today we offer the newly arrived 2014's from Domaine Geantet-Pansiot. To view the wines and order on our website click here.
You may also order by email to asaf@grandmillesime.com.au or phone (03) 9326 5737. 

Cheers,
Darren

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