Certainly one of their top bottlings, their Genandeacute;vriandegrave;res is sourced from plots in both Genandeacute;vriandegrave;res-Dessus and Genandeacute;vriandegrave;res-Dessous. Nicolas Bernard says andldquo;For Genevrandegrave;res the growers have never made a distinction between the two parts, the upper and the lower, Genevriandegrave;res-Dessus and Genevriandegrave;res-Dessous. The soil in Genevrandegrave;res is quite homogenous. Perhaps a bit stonier in the upper part. In the lower part you have 50 centimeters of loose soil. When you plough the upper part you hit rocks all the time.andrdquo; Vandeacute;ronique Bernard Bonin explains that andldquo;Genevrandegrave;res-Dessus produces a spicier wine, whereas Genevriandegrave;res-Dessous produces a more buttery wine,andrdquo; and so as a result of this, they have chosen to always blend their plots together assuming that the sum of the whole is better than the individual parts. We couldn't agree more as the results with this wine over the years has been astounding andndash; powerful and long, piercing and pure. A true delight!andnbsp; andnbsp;
WARNING: DRINKING DISTILLED SPIRITS, BEER, COOLERS, WINE AND OTHER ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES MAY INCREASE CANCER RISK, AND, DURING PREGNANCY, CAN CAUSE BIRTH DEFECTS.