In 1964, a selection of pinot fin was planted by grandfather Pierre Guillot in the "clos" of the Guillot family. What makes this so special is the following: pinot fin is a tricky but special ancestor of pinot noir, tricky because it has some nasty properties that make winemaking difficult, and special because it can produce fantastic wines if handled properly. This grape is quite rare due to its recalcitrant character and here it has, from the moment it was panted, never been treated with chemicals, both in the vineyard and during the winemaking. Add to that the fact that it was grown on red, ferrous clay on limestone soil (the initiated readers know that at NWC we can get pretty excited about this combination) and voilà: a monument of a wine, at an unlikely price-quality ratio.
In 1964, a selection of pinot fin was planted by grandfather Pierre Guillot in the "clos" of the Gui..
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