Coquard Loison Fleurot, Gevrey Chambertin 2021


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Coquard Loisin Fleurot

It wouldn’t be a surprise if you haven’t ever heard of Coquard Loisin Fleurot, even as a Burgundy enthusiast. They are one of the rare examples of a family-run domaine with excellent holdings that flies under the radar. The majority of their wines were previously sold in French supermarkets or directly to clients locally, with small international reach.

The domaine changed significantly in 2012 when Thomas Colladot took over winemaking and the majority of vineyard management. Thomas spent time working at Sylvain Cathiard and is best friends with Sebastian Cathiard; needless to say, the shift in winemaking and viticulture mirrors the practices at Cathiard. The vineyard holdings are quite impressive, with property in Grand Echezeaux, Echezeaux, Clos de la Roche, Clos St Denis, Charmes Chambertin, and Clos de Vougeot. Despite the range in terroir, there is a throughline that Thomas finds in all the wines, with a focus on elegance and purity of fruit.



It would be difficult to overstate the importance of France to the wine world. With a rich history of wine production across virtually all of France over the last thousand years many of the grape species that are known for producing benchmark wines from all over the world had their beginnings in France. Over centuries vignerons refined their focus on what grapes thrived and transmitted a sense of place.