"Intensely early aromas introduce racy, crisp, intense flavors that display excellent cut because of the bright and prominent acidity. I very much like the intensity and finely detailed flavors." --Burghound
The wines from this region is the wine King Henri IV had in mind to go with the Sunday chicken he wished every family in France to enjoy. It is as accessible as it is amiable, honest and straightforward in taste. The wine is pale gold in color or sometimes a little darker. The fragrance is of white flowers (acacia, may) mixed with plum. When older, ripe apple, fig, pear or quince appear, as well as some spicy notes. Lively and clean, it has both energy and elegance while nevertheless remaining direct in its expression and unfaultingly likeable.
Now practicing 100% organic farming
30% fermented in new barrels and aged in them for 15 months and the balance fermented in stainless and sees no oak. David Duband is a young, Beaune Wine School-educated vigneron working with enviable holdings in Nuits-St.-Georges, Gevrey-Chambertin, and Vosne-Romanee. He is of the new generation of French winemakers trying to revitalize family vines whose fruit had long been sold in bulk to negociants. Since his first vintage in 1991 Davidís wines have improved every year.