Anne & Herve Sigaut Chambolle-Musigny Les Fuees 1er Cru

Country: 
France
Region: 
Burgundy
Item code: 
FSG027
Vintage: 
2013
Bottle sizes: 
750 ML
Appellation: 
Chambolle-Musigny
Wine type: 
Red
Anne & Herve Sigaut
Varietals: 
Pinot Noir
Les Fuees is a 1er Cru vineyard that forms the south-west border of the grand cru Bonnes-Mares. It lies at about the same altitude as Bonnes-Mares; 280-300 meters. The name Fuee is a word of Burgundian origin meaning "the vineyard surface that a man can hoe in one day".
South/Southeast
Clay/limestone with a fair amount of stones
Lutte raisonée, organic after the flowering
Traditional vinification; 7 day cold maceration, 3 week alcoholic fermentation.
Aged in French barrels, 30% of which are new
216 cases
91
90-92
The 2013 Chambolle Musigny les Fuees 1er Cru comes from three parcels that were replanted in 1996, one part adjoining Christophe Roumier's holding. Here, the fruit veers toward the red side of the spectrum compared to the Les Bussières, cranberry and blackcurrant wafting gently and seductively from the glass, demonstrating some very well-integrated oak. The palate is medium-bodied with fresh, vivacious red cherries and wild strawberry fruit, fine tension and real elegance on the finish. It lingers beauitfully in the mouth - a wonderful expression of this premier cru that comes highly recommended.
Deep ruby color. There is enough reduction to mask the fruit but once again it appears to be ripe. There is a seductive mouth feel to the very round middle weight flavors where the underlying minerality is notably more prominent, all wrapped in a dusty, intense and lingering finish that displays just a hint of austerity. This is really quite good and worth you attention.
Field Publication Computed: 
Wine advocateBurghound
Field Rating Computed: 
91\nThe 2013 Chambolle Musigny les Fuees 1er Cru comes from three parcels that were replanted in 1996, one part adjoining Christophe Roumier's holding. Here, the fruit veers toward the red side of the spectrum compared to the Les Bussières, cranberry and blackcurrant wafting gently and seductively from the glass, demonstrating some very well-integrated oak. The palate is medium-bodied with fresh, vivacious red cherries and wild strawberry fruit, fine tension and real elegance on the finish. It lingers beauitfully in the mouth - a wonderful expression of this premier cru that comes highly recommended.\n90-92\nDeep ruby color. There is enough reduction to mask the fruit but once again it appears to be ripe. There is a seductive mouth feel to the very round middle weight flavors where the underlying minerality is notably more prominent, all wrapped in a dusty, intense and lingering finish that displays just a hint of austerity. This is really quite good and worth you attention.\n