To say that Florence Heresztyn and her Champenois husband Simon Mazzini are enjoying a fine run of winemaking form is the understatement of 2019. Having delighted us with their impressive 2015s, closely followed by a range of exceptional terroir-led and beautifully proportioned releases in 2016, the 2017 vintage continues their rise to worldwide prominence and speaks volumes about progressive, true-to-terroir, thoroughly modern Burgundy.
Most of the wines are made along biodynamic principles, with partial whole-bunch fermentation which has once again produced wines of notable perfume, richness, texture and depth of fruit. The generosity but equally, tight-lipped restraint and crunch of their Gevrey Chambertins is utterly beguiling and from the estates' Morey St Denis and Grand Cru Clos St Denis parcels can be found wines the equal of any grower in the region. Simply, these are wines you are certain to fall in love with and we cannot recommend them highly enough.