Bruno enjoyed the traditional Burgundian path, learning his winemaking skills at the Viticultural School in Beaune before starting to work with his parents at the family domaine in 1993. In 2003, the family domaine was divided into three separate estates, Domaine Michel Colin-Deleger (the parent's estate), Domaine Philippe Colin (his brother's) and Domaine Bruno Colin, where Bruno made his first vintage in 2004.
This pure Pinot from a vineyard planted in the 1970s, offers red cherries, subtle baking spice and fine herbs, it has an earthy core, reminding you exactly which part of the world it comes from! Great value, and a wine which already drinks very well, but can easily age for a few more years.
'One-third aged in barrel. Chassagne vines and some bought-in grapes from same sector. Bottled in August. Spicy and peppery dark red fruit. Juicy and mineral, more Nuits than Beaune? Light-bodied, very fine tannins, juicy and moreish.' Julia Harding MW, jancisrobinson.com