Domaine Fourrier Wines Reviews

Domaine Fourrier Wines Reviews

Domaine Fourrier has managed to produce some great 2017 wines, perhaps their very old vines have naturally lowered yields and retained their acidity and concentration very well. There are Gevrey producers with the broader Grands Crus holdings – Domaines Rousseau, Rossignol-Trapet, and Pierre Damoy, for example – but the Fourrier’s 10 hectares still include several gems, including the Griotte-Chambertin, Chambolle-Musigny Premier Cru Les Gruenchers, and Five Gevrey Premiers Crus – Clos St Jacques, Combe aux Moines, Champeaux, Chebaudes, and Goulots – all but one located in the northwest corner of the appellation, influenced by the refreshing breezes of Combe de Lavaux. We had a good tasting in Furrier at the end of May as his assistant took the time to explain things as well as serve some of the market wines; great tasting. Jean-Marie Fourrier had a 6-month internship for some time with Henri Jayers as well as Domaine Drouin in Oregon, although Jean-Marie has a clear wine style he wants to make (which is stylistically unlike Henri Geyers), Jean -Marie Marie drew attention to detail from the legendary Henri Jayer.    

Wine Advocate 93 points “Blind tasting at Burgess 2014, Jean-Marie Fourrier 2014 Gevrey Chambertin 1er Cru Clos St Jacques (labeled“ Vieilles Vignes ”) has a very clean bouquet, almost fruity, almost flavored, dark cherry combined with blueberries and blueberries … subtle hints of jam John Gilman 96 points “Griotte-Chambertin 2016 by Domaine Fourrier – great wine in the making. Griotte Chambertin is Furrier’s flagship and also the only Grand Cru vineyard in the Fourier Domain. This wine has all the basic qualities of an estate, but with a slightly darker side.    

Since its inception, Domaine Fourrier wines have received critical acclaim. Fourrier Gevrey Chambertin Vieilles Vignes 2016 is incredibly aromatic and aromatic for a rustic wine. Particularly popular are the Grand Cru Griot-Chambertin and Premier Cru Gevrey-Chambertin Clos Saint-Jacques (0.89 hectares, vines planted between 1902 and 1910), including the Cuvee Centenaire. wines “.” I like Fourier wines with their direct and obvious fruit flavors.    

Jean-Marie Furrier, who took over the family estate, adopted a style that exactly matches what the current generation of Burgundy drinkers want from a bottle of wine. The Furrier family has been exporting wine since the mid-1950s and was one of the first bottling companies starting in the 1930s. This very round wine is completely different from the Furrier Gevrey from the fruit of the estate. David Schildknecht-Wine Advocate 89 points “Fourriers 2008 Gevrey-Chambertin Aux Echezeaux (from nearly 90-year-old vines) is intensely flavored with kirsch, herbs, and sea sprays that overshadow its bright, salty, hard, but not hard or harsh flavor.  

They may not be the most concentrated or strongest wines, but their great fruity character attracts my hedonistic soul. It has the richness and gravity of a grand cru, which is why its neighbor may have influenced the quality of the wine due to osmosis. Ask Furrier to describe his wines and the words he uses are drinkability and pleasure.    

After some time in the bottle, the wines become harmonious with bright, sometimes candied fruits, as well as aromas of musk, truffle, and undergrowth. Furrier owns 0.87 hectares of Combe aux Moines, the wines were planted in 1928. William Kelly – Wine Advocate 95 points “The 2016 Gevrey-Chambertin 1er Cru Clos Saint-Jacques is magnificent, opening in a glass with a multifaceted bouquet, in which aromas are a mixture of raspberries, orange peel, and black currant with nuances of peony, spices, and tender grilled meat.    

For the production of wines in this domain, only Pinot Noir grapes with vines over 30 years old are used. He prefers to work in a reducing manner, with high levels of dissolved carbon dioxide, even in finished wines.    

This scent has a darker cherry tint than their Gevrey Chambertin Vieilles Vignes, Morey musky earth, and fruit with good energy. Currently, Furrier is completely focused on Burgundy, although in 2011 he introduced a line of mostly high-end wines for shopkeepers, made from purchased grapes. Domaine Jean-Marie Furrier has produced some impressive wines but struggled to make a profit.    

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