Pale yellow and 100% fermented in stainless steel. Selected grapes...
Pale straw yellow in colour, the nose has a fine, fruity and delicate...
An exotic vanilla and creme brulee bouquet, candied orange aromas and...
H by Hine is a young cognac with a taste for adventure and originality....
AN IMMENSELY POPULAR VSOP COGNAC FROM THE EVER-DEPENDABLE RÉMY...
A beautifully complex nose of fresh tobacco, damp earth and spices that is still pure and while fully mature, there is no sous bois yet in evidence. The full-bodied, supple flavors have retained a lovely freshness to them as well with decent persistence though the slightly astringent finishing tannins that has always displayed are still in evidence
|When to Drink||Now|
|Region||Côte de Nuits|
|Appellation||Musigny Grand Cru|
|Volume||75cl (Full Bottle)|
In 1880, Joseph Drouhin, who was from the Chablis region originally, chose the city of Beaune to found the business that
bears his name. Over the years and with each generation, the vineyard estate grew. At the same time, the founder's
passionate search for excellence and knowledge was handed down like a family heirloom; Maison Joseph Drouhin
continues to ensure this valuable family heritage.
Dedication to the diversity of Burgundy has always been the sole focus and vocation of Maison Joseph Drouhin, as
vineyards - mostly premier and grand crus - were acquired in all major areas.
Out of firm conviction, Drouhin has adopted a biological and biodynamic approach to viticulture. Listening to nature:
from vine to glass, at every step in the elaboration of the wine, a profound respect and deference to nature prevails.
From its very beginning, Maison Joseph Drouhin has aimed for an ideal of perfection and elegance. The style of Joseph
Drouhin combines balance, harmony and character, providing infinite pleasure.
Thanks to its open-minded world view, Joseph Drouhin introduces the best of Burgundy to all continents. Its active
presence in many countries is the surest proof of its desire to get acquainted and understand other cultures and styles of
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