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Burgundy 2022: Jean Chartron & Domaine Coquard-Loison-Fleurot

To launch our en primeur festival of Burgundy in suitable style, I’m thrilled to present the 2022s from Jean Chartron and Domaine Coquard-Loison-Fleurot.

Jean-Michel Chartron’s warmth and enthusiasm is infectious, since welcoming his wines to Vinum’s range they have deservedly become favourites of staff and clients alike.  The 2022 whites are engaging and vivid.  On this basis – and blessed with better quantities than any vintage since 2018 – we have been able to increase our allocations and will be delighted to fulfil more orders this year.
One tip: do not overlook the Chassagne Montrachet from Chartron, 30% of which is from his recently re-planted 1er Cru holding in Chassagne Cailleret.

Domaine Coquard-Loison-Fleurot is clearly one of the up-coming superstars of Vosne Romanee.  Each time I taste winemaker Thomas Collardot’s wines I come to the conclusion that this estate is the real deal – unlike some (unnamed Burgundy young guns that feel more like the Emperor’s new clothes!).
This was an extraordinary tasting, almost certainly Thomas Collardot’s finest vintage to date.
Jasper Morris MW on Coquard-Loison-Fleurot 2022 / Inside Burgundy

We’re delighted to have an allocation of Coquard-Loison-Fleurot, including a generous quantity of Grand Cru.

It is truly exciting to kick off our Burgundy 2022 offers with wines of such calibre and we look forward to speaking with you as the offers unfold over the next fortnight.

Very best wishes,
Matthew Hemming MW



The Offer:
Offered en primeur, available ex-SG in late 2024.  Some wines are subject to purchasing restrictions or allocation.


ean Chartron
Saint Aubin 1er Cru Murgers des Dents de Chien 2022
$660 per case (1×6) OC (w/ GST $719.40)
Lovely combination of the vintage’s richness and the acidity Jean-Michel has been able to capture.  Grilled nuts and orchard fruits, with a glassy, mineral aspect.  Builds complexity and sweetness on the finish.
91-93pts – Matthew Hemming MW

More lime than lemon in colour, with a bright grassy and fresh fruit nose. There is clearly more intensity here yet with the vivid mineral acidity which is compelling in the best St-Aubin vineyards. Notably the most persistent finish of the three 1ers crus from St-Aubin. Drink from 2027-2032
91-93pts – Jasper Morris MW / Inside Burgundy

Chassagne Montrachet 2022
$660 per case (1×6) OC (w/ GST $719.40)
Includes 30% 1er Cru Caillerets from young vines recently re-planted by jean-Michel.  Fruit is expressive and has some richness at the core.  Touch almonds, earthiness and a mineral finish.
91-93pts – Matthew Hemming MW

Includes one third of young vines from Chassagne Caillerets. Pale colour with green tints. The bouquet is all in white fruit, a little softer than the trio of St-Aubins. There is good body behind this, filling the palate with white fruit, and going through to a graceful finish. Drink from 2026-2030.
89-91pts – Jasper Morris MW / Inside Burgundy

Puligny Montrachet 2022
$690 per case (1×6) OC (w/ GST $752.10)
Subdued by the recent SO2 addition.  Hazelnuts, spice and floral aromas.  Nice cut on the palate. Has volume in the middle but cut through with a limey acidity to keep it all smart and upright.  A touch of green tea on the finish, almost adding a phenolic grip.
90-91pts – Matthew Hemming MW

Jean-Michel has a contract to farm an extra five ouvrées of Puligny from the commune for five years. Mid lemon and lime. Fresh and floral, with a good fresh backbone, slight lime blossom. Quite chiselled on the one hand, yet with fair flesh on the other. Drink from 2026-2031.
88-91pts – Jasper Morris MW

Puligny Montrachet 1er Cru Clos de la Pucelle 2022
$1,080 per case (1×6) OC (w/ GST $1,177.20)
** Limited availability; subjected to allocation **

Quite a big and creamy style.  Has plenty of mid-palate richness and a ripe, fleshy fruit expression.  Acid is bright but not wildly mineral here.  There’s mid-palate energy but not true glassiness or steely quality.  A fuller, bolder expression of the vintage.
93-95pts – Matthew Hemming MW

Pale lime tints to the colour. Quite closed on the nose, a little positive reduction, plenty of energy but tightly wound. Then a significant concentration of pure white fruit, evidently with plenty more to give later on. I did not quite find the anticipated personality and intensity, but this may just be going through a very closed stage. Drink from 2028-2034.
91-94pts – Jasper Morris MW

Puligny Montrachet 1er Cru Clos du Cailleret 2022
$1,080 per case (1×6) OC (w/ GST $1,177.20)
** Limited availability; subjected to allocation **

All about the palate as the nose is very subdued.  Lots of mineral crunch and texture.  Reverberates with energy and charge.  Needs lots of time in the glass to open and start to relax the fruit.  Has a marked mineral tension and the potential to overtake the Pucelle this year.
93-95+pts – Matthew Hemming MW

The 2022 Puligny-Montrachet Clos du Cailleret 1er Cru has a prettier, slightly more floral bouquet compared to the Clos de la Pucelle, a little more mineralité and tension. The palate is well-balanced with a silver bead of acidity, impressive tension and slightly more nuanced than the Clos de la Pucelle. Good race and energy in evidence here. It represents one of Jean-Michel Chartron’s most promising 2022s.
92-94pts – Neal Martin / Vinous

Corton Charlemagne Grand Cru 2022
$1,980 per case (1×6) OC (w/ GST $2,158.20)
** Maximum one case per client; to be ordered with other non-Grand Cru wines **

Four barrels, from Le Charlemagne.  Has a distinctly herbal, fennel, peppermint tone.  Really bright and complex.  Long, spicy and cool.  A terrific success this year.
93-96pts – Matthew Hemming MW

Five barrels. Fresh lemon and lime. A very pure clean white fruit on the palate. More perfumed than mineral at the outset. A generous concentrated white fruit across the palate, ripe apples in particular, well backed by its oak, with good length too. To bottle in April 2024. Drink from 2029-2037.
92-95pts – Jasper Morris MW

Chevalier Montrachet Clos des Chevaliers Grand Cru 2022
$4,500 per case (1×6) OC (w/ GST $4,905)
** Maximum one case per client; to be ordered with other non-Grand Cru wines **

A total enigma.  Elegant and delicate, with lemon, yet buttery and then almost painfully intense.  Exquisitely pure,  extremely long, fine and cleansing.
96-98pts – Matthew Hemming MW

A full primrose yellow. The bouquet is sturdier here, surprisingly, after the pure white fruit Bâtard. However, the chiselled elegance of Chevalier shows much more on the palate, where there is an impressive, if initially restrained, intensity and a second wave of flavour further back on the palate. This will be particularly fine and the aftertaste is notably persistent. A very long finish indeed. Drink from 2030-2040.
95-98pts – Jasper Morris MW



Domaine Coquard-Loison-Fleurot
Morey Saint Denis 2022
$660 per case (1×6) OC (w/ GST $719.40)
Like last year, the 2022 Morey-Saint-Denis Village is more generous on the nose than the Chambolle Village: dark cherries and crushed violet scents – commendable purity. The palate is medium-bodied with a granular texture, black fruit with touches of blueberry. A little chalky towards the finish. Très Morey in style – this is a well-made Village Cru.
89-91pts – Neal Martin

An additional fresh purple density. Rich purple, with a depth of fruit to match. Quite special. I love the balance of this in the mouth, a dense and quite exuberant red fruit, brought back at the finish to the typical savoury style of Morey, long and fine. Darker fruit at the finish. Drink from 2028-2035.
92-93pts – Jasper Morris MW

Chambolle Musigny 2022
$720 per case (1×6) OC (w/ GST $784.80)
Here the expressive nose is both more elegant and more floral-inflected on the spicy red cherry and plum scents. There is equally good vibrancy and better detail on the finer medium weight flavors that exude a subtle minerality on the youthfully austere finale. This could use better depth so a few years of cellar time should prove helpful.
88-90pts – Allen Meadows / Burghound

There was enough to make two cuves which will be blended together. A fine and even mid purple, with a gently charm to the nose, this is not too forceful though it certainly has plenty of energy on the palate. The barrel adds grip to the persistent finish. Drink from 2027-2033.
90-92pts – Jasper Morris MW

Clos Vougeot Grand Cru 2022
$2,160 per case (1×6) OC (w/ GST $2,354.40)
** Maximum one case per client **
The 2022 Clos de Vougeot Grand Cru is raised in 50% new oak with 15% whole bunches. This feels a little muted on the nose compared to the other Grand Crus at the moment, despite coaxing from the glass. The palate is medium-bodied with a sapid entry. Good body and weight. There’s slightly peppery red fruit with blood orange and hints of curry leaf towards the finish that has more gusto than the current aromatics. Be patient here – this Clos Vougeot has something up its sleeve.
92-94pts – Neal Martin

A rich deep purple, super saturated, with a bouquet to match. A full and firm structure with Thomas Collardot’s abundant fruit flowing over the top. A darker fruit with a blackberry note, but not the mulberry which would imply over-ripeness. The 20% whole bunch vinification adds an additional freshness, a slight salinity which works very well. Drink from 2032-2040.
94-97pts – Jasper Morris MW

Charmes Chambertin Grand Cru 2022
$2,280 per case (1×6) OC (w/ GST $2,485.20)
** Maximum one case per client **
The 2022 Charmes-Chambertin Grand Cru has a more generous and expressive bouquet than the Clos de Vougeot: black cherries and wild strawberries, just a bit of reduction to wade through at the moment. The palate is medium-bodied with a sapid, quite structured entry. Grippy in the mouth, a solid Mazoyères-like Charmes with a dash of peppercorns on the finish. Solid and a bit unyielding at the moment; this is one to cellar for several years before broaching.
93-95pts – Neal Martin

The fine deep colour goes without saying. Immediate raspberry and strawberry fruit thrusts itself to the front. Fresh dark berries, less explosive than Clos Vougeot, all tightly wound with an impressive intensity. This is going to be a beautiful bottle in due course, with a lovely, fine, summer pudding aftertaste. Drink from 2030-2038.
94-97pts – Jasper Morris MW

Clos de la Roche Grand Cru 2022
$2,400 per case (1×6) OC (w/ GST $2,616)
** Maximum one case per client; to be ordered with a case of a village wine **
The 2022 Clos de la Roche Grand Cru, matured in 50% new oak with 20% whole bunches, has an entrancing, beautifully defined bouquet with mineral-rich black fruit, becoming ever more floral in the glass: rose bush and iris petals. The palate is medium-bodied with crunchy black fruit laced with orange sorbet and allspice, building confidence towards its ripe and quite spicy finish. With fine persistence on the aftertaste, this represents a very impressive Clos de la Roche.
95-97pts – Neal Martin

A glowing fresh purple. Not reduction but just a mineral flinty top note above the fruit. Sitting back on its haunches but this lack of immediacy makes it even finer. All at the back of the palate and then additional waves come through thereafter, blue fruit indeed. So subtle yet striking as well Drink from 2032-2040.
96-98pts & 5-stars – Jasper Morris MW


Terms & Conditions
Offer ends on Monday 26th February 2024 l No further discount l Immediate payment required l Delivery fees ($32.72) waived for purchases above $500 before GST excluding airports | Cancellation of orders not allowed l Orders to be collected/delivered within 3 months upon stock availability l Offered Ex-Singapore & subject to remaining unsold​

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