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Domaine Pierre Labet

The wines sold under the Domaine Pierre Labet name are vinified at Château de La Tour and enjoy the same fastidious attention to detail as those of Clos de Vougeot Grand Cru.


Both estates are under the watchful eye and fastidious vineyard management of François Labet. As at Château de la Tour, the vineyards are organically farmed and 100% whole bunches are used here, in preference, when vintage permits, giving a lifted, sappy quality to the wines. We have dubbed François secateuriste as he prefers to control production by strict pruning rather than green harvesting. He is passionate about vine health, resolute in his belief that his wines rely totally on the health of the crop.

No sulphur dioxide is used at harvest, with François instead choosing to protect the grapes using carbon dioxide (dry ice) at the top of the vats. There is no racking after malolactic fermentation. The wines are left to settle in vat after pressing. The white wines are given brief periods of lees contact following fermentation, but no bâtonnage (lees stirring). Whites are given a light fining, not for the reds. No wines are filtered. It may seem like precious micro- management - tant mieux.

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In-Bond / En-Primeur

Selecting Retail Prices will display wines with retail prices which are inclusive of UK Duty and VAT. We can store goods, purchased at retail inclusive of tax prices, on your behalf in our Customers' Private Reserves

Selecting In Bond Prices will display wines with In Bond prices. These are exclusive of Duty and VAT. Wine purchased In Bond must be purchased by the unmixed case and stored in a bonded warehouse approved by HM Customs & Excise. Duty and VAT must be paid before delivery can take place.

En Primeur refers to the process of buying wines before they are bottled and released onto the market. Wines are purchased exclusive of Duty and VAT and then usually shipped 2-3 years after the vintage. They can only be purchased by the unmixed case (12 bottles, 24 half bottles, 6 magnums etc.).