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Domaine Georges Glantenay

Domaine Georges Glantenay En Primeur 2019

Guillaume and Sarah Glantenay are a dynamic young brother and sister team who took over from their father Pierre in the 2013 vintage.

This family-owned Volnay domaine traces its roots to the 17th century. It has eight hectares, spread over Volnay, Pommard and Chambolle-Musigny. The Chambolle holdings were passed down from Guillaume and Sarah’s grandmother.

Guillaume is in charge of viticulture and winemaking, whilst Sarah is a great ambassador for the estate.

Viticulture is lutte raisonée, involving ploughing, with no pesticides or herbicides. The grapes are largely destemmed, macerated cool and fermented using natural yeasts. The premiers crus have 30% new oak on average, the village wines 20%. 90% of the domaine’s production is red wine.

Guillaume and Sarah Glantenay are a dynamic young brother and sister team who took over from their father Pierre in the 2013 vintage.

This family-owned Volnay domaine traces its roots to the 17th century. It has eight hectares, spread over Volnay, Pommard and Chambolle-Musigny. The Chambolle holdings were passed down from Guillaume and Sarah’s grandmother.

Guillaume is in charge of viticulture and winemaking, whilst Sarah is a great ambassador for the estate.

Viticulture is lutte raisonée, involving ploughing, with no pesticides or herbicides. The grapes are largely destemmed, macerated cool and fermented using natural yeasts. The premiers crus have 30% new oak on average, the village wines 20%. 90% of the domaine’s production is red wine.

VOLNAY

This is made from eleven different plots in the village of Volnay. Bright red berries and tea leaf spice on the nose. The palate is medium bodied and with a lovely juicy acidic lift, building into a sweetly fruited, sappy, elegant mid-palate of fine tannin. Playful perfume on the finish, very pretty. 20% new oak.

Corney & Barrow Score 17

Recommended drinking from 2022-2026

£170.00 / CASE OF 6 BOTTLES, IN BOND UK


VOLNAY 1ER CRU LE RONCERET

This is a 0.45 hectare plot in the centre of the village, just below Champans. The name is thought to come from ronce, meaning blackberry bush. The most accessible and early-drinking of the premiers crus, with small, sweet red fruits conferring an approachability. Very pretty and aromatically expressive, violets and roses. The palate is darker, with a stony, flinty minerality and impressive acidic lift. Light on its feet and with enough weight for proper ageing, excellent. Around a third new oak.

Corney & Barrow Score 18

Recommended drinking from 2023-2033

£275.00 / CASE OF 6 BOTTLES, IN BOND UK


VOLNAY 1ER CRU LES BROUILLARDS

At 1.10 hectares, Brouillards is the domaine’s largest premier cru holding and is essentially the flagship. It is on the Pommard side of the village, to the north of Mitans and across the road from Les Angles. Cedar and mocha on the nose, with firm raspberry aromas and dried spices. The palate is dark and lushly fruited, offset by a detailed sinewy texture and savoury leafiness, very fine tannins rounding the shape out beautifully. Around 20% whole bunch vinification and just under half in new oak.

Corney & Barrow Score 17.5+

Recommended drinking from 2025-2035+

£295.00 / CASE OF 6 BOTTLES, IN BOND UK


POMMARD

This comes from three plots within the village of Pommard. Cedar, blackberry and black pepper on the nose, with flinty minerality. Substantial on the palate, with a firm sense of extract and tannic grip complementing rich forest fruits. This is an elegant Pommard but doesn’t shy away from its roots, which is great to see.

Corney & Barrow Score 16.5-17

Recommended drinking from 2022-2027

£215.00 / CASE OF 6 BOTTLES, IN BOND UK


POMMARD 1ER CRU LES RUGIENS HAUTS

A steeply-sloping 0.21 hectare plot, on the Volnay side of the village. Along with Épenots, Rugiens enjoys the best terroir in Pommard; there is a move to upgrade both to grand cru status. Dried spices and pepper on the darkly fruited nose. The palate is firm and traditionally proportioned, with firm tannins guiding the blackberry fruit through to a powerful finish. Around half new oak. The name Rugiens derives from ‘ferruginous’, reflecting its irony soil.

Corney & Barrow Score 17

Recommended drinking from 2023-2036

£425.00 / CASE OF 6 BOTTLES, IN BOND UK


CHAMBOLLE-MUSIGNY 1ER CRU LES FEUSSELOTTES

We now move to the Côte de Nuits and Chambolle-Musigny. Les Feusselottes sits in the middle of the appellation, just above Les Charmes. Aromatically, this is in a different realm from the previous wines – red fruited and soaringly aromatic, with rose petals and intense ripe cranberry. The palate is beautifully pure on the entry, with substantial raspberry fruit and very fine, fruit-coated tannins. The finish is tapered and long, with salty notes adding texture and complexity. Around a half new oak.

Corney & Barrow Score 18+

Recommended drinking from 2024-2036

£665.00 / CASE OF 6 BOTTLES, IN BOND UK


MONTHELIE 1ER CRU LES CHAMPS FULLIOT

Sarah and Guillaume’s parents bought this plot in 2008. It is located just above Santenots. After replanting it to Chardonnay – an excellent move – the first proper vintage was 2015. The only other grower producing white wine from this vineyard is Domaine Roulot. Flinty minerality and white peach, with deft cedary spice and a poised, crunchy pear fruited mid-palate. A substantial wine, with firm extract, very impressive.

Corney & Barrow Score 17.5

Recommended drinking from 2022-2026

£240.00 / CASE OF 6 BOTTLES, IN BOND UK


VOLNAY

This is made from eleven different plots in the village of Volnay. Bright red berries and tea leaf spice on the nose. The palate is medium bodied and with a lovely juicy acidic lift, building into a sweetly fruited, sappy, elegant mid-palate of fine tannin. Playful perfume on the finish, very pretty. 20% new oak.

Corney & Barrow Score 17

Recommended drinking from 2022-2026

£170.00 / CASE OF 6 BOTTLES, IN BOND UK



VOLNAY 1ER CRU LE RONCERET

This is a 0.45 hectare plot in the centre of the village, just below Champans. The name is thought to come from ronce, meaning blackberry bush. The most accessible and early-drinking of the premiers crus, with small, sweet red fruits conferring an approachability. Very pretty and aromatically expressive, violets and roses. The palate is darker, with a stony, flinty minerality and impressive acidic lift. Light on its feet and with enough weight for proper ageing, excellent. Around a third new oak.

Corney & Barrow Score 18

Recommended drinking from 2023-2033

£275.00 / CASE OF 6 BOTTLES, IN BOND UK



VOLNAY 1ER CRU LES BROUILLARDS

At 1.10 hectares, Brouillards is the domaine’s largest premier cru holding and is essentially the flagship. It is on the Pommard side of the village, to the north of Mitans and across the road from Les Angles. Cedar and mocha on the nose, with firm raspberry aromas and dried spices. The palate is dark and lushly fruited, offset by a detailed sinewy texture and savoury leafiness, very fine tannins rounding the shape out beautifully. Around 20% whole bunch vinification and just under half in new oak.

Corney & Barrow Score 17.5+

Recommended drinking from 2025-2035+

£295.00 / CASE OF 6 BOTTLES, IN BOND UK


 

POMMARD

This comes from three plots within the village of Pommard. Cedar, blackberry and black pepper on the nose, with flinty minerality. Substantial on the palate, with a firm sense of extract and tannic grip complementing rich forest fruits. This is an elegant Pommard but doesn’t shy away from its roots, which is great to see.

Corney & Barrow Score 16.5-17

Recommended drinking from 2022-2027

£215.00 / CASE OF 6 BOTTLES, IN BOND UK


POMMARD 1ER CRU LES RUGIENS HAUTS

A steeply-sloping 0.21 hectare plot, on the Volnay side of the village. Along with Épenots, Rugiens enjoys the best terroir in Pommard; there is a move to upgrade both to grand cru status. Dried spices and pepper on the darkly fruited nose. The palate is firm and traditionally proportioned, with firm tannins guiding the blackberry fruit through to a powerful finish. Around half new oak. The name Rugiens derives from ‘ferruginous’, reflecting its irony soil.

Corney & Barrow Score 17

Recommended drinking from 2023-2036

£425.00 / CASE OF 6 BOTTLES, IN BOND UK



CHAMBOLLE-MUSIGNY 1ER CRU LES FEUSSELOTTES

We now move to the Côte de Nuits and Chambolle-Musigny. Les Feusselottes sits in the middle of the appellation, just above Les Charmes. Aromatically, this is in a different realm from the previous wines – red fruited and soaringly aromatic, with rose petals and intense ripe cranberry. The palate is beautifully pure on the entry, with substantial raspberry fruit and very fine, fruit-coated tannins. The finish is tapered and long, with salty notes adding texture and complexity. Around a half new oak.

Corney & Barrow Score 18+

Recommended drinking from 2024-2036

£665.00 / CASE OF 6 BOTTLES, IN BOND UK



 

MONTHELIE 1ER CRU LES CHAMPS FULLIOT

Sarah and Guillaume’s parents bought this plot in 2008. It is located just above Santenots. After replanting it to Chardonnay – an excellent move – the first proper vintage was 2015. The only other grower producing white wine from this vineyard is Domaine Roulot. Flinty minerality and white peach, with deft cedary spice and a poised, crunchy pear fruited mid-palate. A substantial wine, with firm extract, very impressive.

Corney & Barrow Score 17.5

Recommended drinking from 2022-2026

£240.00 / CASE OF 6 BOTTLES, IN BOND UK

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