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Reviews 89-91 points Wine Advocate "The 2017 Morey-Saint-Denis Trilogie hails from three lieux-dits, this year working out at around 60% Chenevery, 30% Porroux and 15% Clos Solon, and it was vinified with 25% whole cluster. Offering up aromas of sweet berries, cassis, licorice, cinnamon and chocolate, it's medium to full-bodied, satiny and layered with a rich but lively core of fruit and fine but chalky structuring tannins. As usual, it's one of the finest renditions of the appellation. (WK)"
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About Hubert Lignier
The Ligniers' commitment to organic farming, initiated in the 1990s, distinguishes them in their steadfast dedication to soil health and vine vitality. They employ plowing, avoiding weedkillers and pesticides, to maintain the crucial microbial balance necessary for vine growth. Each vineyard, or "climate," is treated with the utmost respect to preserve its unique character.
The winemaking process at Hubert Lignier follows a minimalist approach, emphasizing the intrinsic quality of the fruit. This attention to detail results in fresh, elegant wines that possess both full-bodied richness and a lingering, mouth-watering finish. Their portfolio includes a wide range of offerings, from Bourgogne to Grand Cru appellations, each expressing its terroir authentically and distinctively.
Particularly noteworthy is the Domaine's precise vinification and aging process. Grapes are de-stemmed and undergo fermentation in open-top cement tanks, followed by a prolonged cold soak for optimal extraction. Only natural yeasts are used. The aging in barrels, which uses 20-30% new oak and lasts for 20 to 24 months, occurs on lees without racking post-malolactic fermentation. The wines are bottled using gravity, with no fining, to preserve their freshness and aging potential.
With his brother Laurent's assistance, Hubert Lignier has carried forward the Domaine's stellar reputation for wines marked by concentration, depth, and structure, celebrated for their wonderful expression of terroir. In the words of wine critic Neil Martin, the wines are "pure, sensual, quite intellectual...," echoing the sentiments of those who enjoy tasting, drinking, and appreciating the unique essence of Hubert Lignier's craft.