Christophe Buisson Nuits-Saint-Georges 1er Cru Clos des Argillieres 2009
This wine aged in oak barrels by Christophe Buisson , has a beautiful dark ruby color. The nose gives off aromas of cherry burlat, cassis, cedar, cigar and a fine oak provided by livestock. With age, he will take notes of leather, truffles and game. The mouth is fine, structured, soft and tasty with a nice fruity
100% Pinot Noir. Christophe Buisson established his domain in 1996 by renting a few acres of vines. Over time, he gradually added appellations through the purchasing or leasing of land in different areas near Saint-Romain. After moving into his own winery in Beaune in 1999, which was modernized in 2005, he invested in vineyard equipment in order to better farm the land and end the use of herbicides. In 2007, he founded a small negociant just for purchasing grapes, which allowed him to further increase the number of appellations. Since 2008, he has worked the vineyards belonging to his wife's family, a parcel of Nuits-Saint-Georges 1er Cru les Argillieres and a parcel of Puligny-Montrachet. Finally in 2009, the domain began its conversion to organic viticulture and starting with the 2012 vintage year, all their wines are certified organic by Ecocert.