The Guinaudeau family on Bordeaux's Right Bank are most well known for their exceptional Pomerol property, Château Lafleur, which sits across from Chateau Petrus, and every year the family makes a wine that rivals it in terms of depth, lusciousness and complexity. The Guinadeau’s are now producing two delicious everyday wines of which we are huge fans and drink as an everyday wine. Grand Village is the name of the property, located just north of Fronsac on the Right Bank, which produces both a red and a white wine.
If I could have just one vintage of red Burgundy in the last ten years, I wouldn't hesitate for a second: 2010. The reason? The clarity, precision and delicacy of flavours and textures which the vintage so naturally gave.