Maison Lou Dumont Charmes Chambertin Grand Cru 2017
- Burgundy,Cote de Nuits
- Pinot Noir
Aromatic bouquet of red fruits and minerality. On the palate light to medium body with fine juicy red fruit. The ripeness is balanced by good acidity and fine minerality. - Winemaker's Notes
Maison Lou Dumont is a relatively new negociant house set up originally in Nuits Saint Georges before moving Gevrey-Chambertin in 2000 by Koji Nakada and his Korean wife Jae Hwa Park. Koji has been a sommelier in before pursuing his dream in Beaune learning and working with Cote d’Or domains.
Wine Making Style
Using only natural yeasts, fermentations occur naturally, with minimal remontage (pumping over) if any, any very little punch downs. The fermentation takes place in steel tanks, but there still remain a few wooden tanks for experimental purposes. The wines then spend 12 to 24 months depending on the cuvee in oak, of which 15% is new for regional wines, 30% for village wines, 50% for Premier Crus and 70% for the Grand Crus.