Steven Spurrier's top wines to put in the cellar

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Steven Spurrier to the cellar 2013, Domaine du Marquis d’Angerville

Domaine du Marquis d’Angerville

Guillaume d’Angerville showed his 2011 Volnays in London recently. The domaine, biodynamic since 2009, has 12ha in this commune, covering eight premiers crus, all planted with their own massal-selection clone. Vines are old, yields are low and new oak is limited to 20%. The Volnay Villages (£26.25) is floral and taffeta textured, drink 2015–2018; Volnay 1er Cru from Pitures and Mitans (£30) is fuller, richer with better depth and structure, 2015–2021; Clos des Angles (£35.42) more briary on the nose, spicy and serious, 2016–2023; Fremiet (£37.50) is lively with lovely supple fruit and firm tannins from old vines, 2016–2026; Caillerets (£44.17) from youngish vines on a higher elevation has lovely spicy ripeness, smooth and rich yet well structured, 2016–2026; Champans (£44.17) is vibrant, a touch exotic, firmer, more reserved yet very elegant, 2017–2029; Taillepieds (£44.17) shows Volnay’s lissom texture over broad fruit and lots of energy, 2016–2028; Clos des Ducs (£65.83) has finesse, beautiful texture and length, 2017–2030. (Bottle prices are in bond from Corney & Barrow)

Taken from the August 2013 issue of Decanter magazine

Steven Spurrier to the cellar 2013, Elk Cove Willamette Valley
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Steven Spurrier to the cellar 2013, Domaine du Marquis d’Angerville
Steven Spurrier to the cellar 2013, Yabby Lake
Steven Spurrier to the cellar 2013, Finca Sandoval Signo 2010