Domaine Michel Gros Bourgogne Hautes Cotes de Nuits Fontaine St Martin 2020


ไวน์จากแคว้น Burgundy เหมาะกับนักดื่มรุ่นเก๋า หรือนักดื่มที่เบื่อไวน์สไตล์เดิมๆเก่าๆ อยากลองหาอะไรใหม่ๆดื่มดู ไวน์เบอร์กันดีมักจะเป็นทางเลือกแรกเสมอ ที่นักดื่มจะหันมาลิ้มลอง ด้วยเอกลักษณ์ที่ไม่เหมือนใคร เป็นไวน์ที่ดื่มไม่ง่ายเลย แต่ดื่มได้เรื่อยๆ ไม่เลี่ยน ออกแนวพริ้ว มี Movement อยู่ตลอดเวลา นักดื่มไวน์ที่ดื่มมานานมักจะมาจบที่ไวน์เบอร์กันดี กันซะส่วนใหญ่ สำหรับตัวนี้จะโดดเด่นเรื่องกลิ่นหอม และแทนนินที่อ่อนนุ่ม


Bright cherry, blackberry and plum flavors are allied to a vibrant structure in this red. Spice, earth and smoke accents chime in, while dusty tannins line the finish. Fine balance and length overall.

-Wine Spectator-

ไวน์ Facts

Country: Burgundy, France
Sub Region
: Bourgogne, Burgundy
Vintage: 2020
Colour: Red
Varietal: Pinot Noir
Alcohol %: 13%
Food Suggestion: Chicken and Turkey
Provenance (Old/New World): Old World
Bottle Size: 750 ml


Wine Score

90 Critics' Score, Aggregated
Wine Spectator 90Points

Grape Variety

Pinot Noir

In many ways, Pinot Noir is the polar opposite of Cabernet Sauvignon.  Pinot Noir has thin skins not thick and makes much lighter paler wines that are not as well suited to blending or long-term aging.  Cabernet Sauvignon needs extra heat to ripen fully, while Pinot Noir needs cooler conditions to retain its seductive earthy charm and falls flat in places where it gets too ripe and fruity.

Burgundy Wine

About 200 million years ago, the region was part of a vast, tropical sea which created limestone soils. These soils are the secret behind the zesty minerality that’s the hallmark of Burgundy wines. In fact, if you venture into the vineyards you can find chunks of limestone or marl (limestone mixed with clay) that contain fascinating fossilized sea creatures mixed within.

The easiest way to wrap your brain around Burgundy is to understand that there are really only two grape varieties to remember Pinot Noir & Chardonnay.  Burgundy is not only the original home of these grapes, but the “terroir” (tare-wah) that best expresses their character – elegant, aromatic, complex and highly enjoyable

  • Red Burgundy is wine that is made in the Burgundy region of eastern France using 100% Pinot Noir grapes. That’s right, Red Burgundy is just a Pinot Noir.
  • White Burgundy is also made in Burgundy, but, since it is white, it is made from 100% Chardonnay grapes.

Burgundy has become known for being the best land in the world for producing both Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, and it is for this reason that Burgundy wines have received such acclaim. In fact, the quality of the land is considered to be so important to the creation of red and white Burgundy, that inside the Burgundy region, vineyards are classified by four levels, depending on how exceptional it is believed one’s plot of land is for growing the grapes. When buying a bottle of Burgundy, one of these four classifications will be labeled on the bottle:

  • Grand Cru – This classification is reserved for the best vineyards. Only about 2 percent of all vineyards in Burgundy receive this classification
  • Premier Cru – These wines are produced from vineyards that are still considered to be of stellar quality, but just a small step down from Grand Cru. These vineyards make up about 12 percent of all vineyards in Burgundy and can also produce wines that are quite expensive.
  • Village Wines – These are Burgundies that are produced from grapes sourced from several vineyards in 1 of the 42 villages of Burgundy. You will know it’s a Village wine because the name of the village where the grapes were sourced will be labeled on the bottle. These wines represent 36 percent of all Burgundy.
  • Regional Wines – Finally, Regional wines are considered to be the lowest level of classification. These are wines that are created from a combination of vineyards from a variety of villages within Burgundy, as opposed to a single village, like Village wines. As such, wines of this classification will simply be labeled as a wine of Bourgone. These wines represent 50 percent of all wines produced in Burgundy.

Burgundy Wine Style

To the ‘vigneron” (winemakers/growers) Burgundy is not only the original home of these grapes, but the terroir that best expresses their character – elegant, aromatic, complex and highly enjoyable.  Pinot noir from Burgundy as “Rustic” “Barnyard” or “Forest-floor”

No other wine region in the world is as well-known for its terroir as Burgundy, where vineyards that are metres apart can produce vastly different wines from the same grapes.

It was in 1830 that the GROS family set up in Vosne-Romanée. Today, Michel GROS, sixth generation of this dynasty of winemakers, continues and develops the work undertaken by his ancestors, as do his sister (Domaine AG Gros), his brother (Domaine Gros Frère et Soeur) and his cousin (Domaine Anne Gros).
Passionate but also very rigorous, Michel GROS brings constant care to the development of his wines, by mastering all the stages of production, from vine through to bottling. Modest and unassuming, he expresses himself through his wines: generous, fine, elegant, of reliable and even quality.

Michel GROS and all his team invite you to discover this universe of hard work and exigency, but also of sharing and passion.