Jean-Claude Boisset – Bourgogne Pinot Noir Les Ursulines

In 1961, a tenacious eighteen-year-old, Jean-Claude Boisset founded his eponymous négociant winery in Nuits-St.-Georges. An artisan Burgundy producer with an audacious, contemporary style, the winery is housed in a former Ursulines convent where Winemaker Grégory Patriat strives for authentic wines…

Jean-Claude Boisset - Bourgogne Pinot Noir Les Ursulines

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In 1961, a tenacious eighteen-year-old, Jean-Claude Boisset founded his eponymous négociant winery in Nuits-St.-Georges. An artisan Burgundy producer with an audacious, contemporary style, the winery is housed in a former Ursulines convent where Winemaker Grégory Patriat strives for authentic wines in which human intervention has been kept to a bare, discreet minimum. Utilizing native yeasts and never more than 30% new oak, the wines are concentrated, well-rounded, and naturally expressive of their terroirs. The winery embraces the philosophy devised by the Boisset family of the VINICULTURALIST, where the winemaker is as much engaged in the vineyards as in the cellars, building close partnerships with growers to achieve the highest quality in the vineyards.

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