Cécile Tremblay: purity and elegance at the highest level

Cécile Tremblay - Purity and elegance

Cécile Tremblay is a small-scale Burgundy producer from Morey-Saint-Denis and has acquired real cult status for several years now. Cécile is the great-granddaughter of Edouard Jayer, an uncle of Henri Jayer.
When Cécile was given the opportunity in 2003, she did not hesitate for a moment to take back the family vineyards. Previously, the vineyards were leased to other producers, but Cécile is bitten by the wine bug and takes the vines from the start to the next level by working biodynamically.
The first two years are not easy, due to financial problems and the weather that produces a very small crop. 2005 is the turning point and the best vintage of the century brings her a great harvest and a good reputation.
The domain currently covers 4 hectares and produces wines from some of the most acclaimed vineyards in Burgundy: Chapelle Chambertin and Echezeaux 'du Dessus' (both Grand Cru), Nuits-Saint-Georges 'Les Murgers' 1er Cru, Chambolle Musigny 'Feusselottes' 1er Cru, Vosne-Romanée 'Les Rouges du Dessus' 1er Cru and Vosne-Romanée 'Les Beaumonts' 1er Cru.

Pure, refined and elegant are just a few words to describe her wines. Cécile works very intuitively and follows her taste when it comes to vinification: whether or not to use whole bunches, the pigeage and pumping over. All this gives the wines a very own style, which you must have tasted! However, the challenge is to get hold of these very scarce wines.

At the auction
At this auction you will find wines from Cécile Tremblay in lots 913 - 940. Highlights are the bottles of Nuits-Saint-Georges 'Les Murgers' and some bottles of Echezeaux 'du Dessus' and Chapelle Chambertin.

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