A new (good) name to me – Brice Garlan, Irancy

Update 23.7.2023(21.7.2023)billn

Brice GarlandOr maybe I should have said Prehy, in Chablis – but the family, and, of course, the vines are from Irancy. Brice’s father was one of the first in the village to change to organic farming. These wines were bottled at the start of November and contain only pinot:

2021 Irancy Paradis
A modest red colour. Old vines next to Mazelots – all pinot fin. Almost a small smoky note of tobacco to this nose. Nice shape in the mouth – juiciness of red fruit – just enough ripeness. The last drops are almost a little juicy, creamy, peach in the finish.
Rebuy – Maybe

2021 Irancy Mazelots
Younger colour and a little more colour too. A more vibrant nose – seemingly quite silky too. Hmm – texturally lovely – width and velour. The fruit with a small creamy cushion – it’s from an old demi-muid. This is delicious, impressive wine – very lovely in this difficult vintage.
Rebuy – Yes

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There are 3 responses to “A new (good) name to me – Brice Garlan, Irancy”

  1. mitchelltsui21st July 2023 at 11:09 amPermalinkReply

    I also went to 2 wineries in Irancy in June, Domaine du Clos du Roi & Domaine Jean-Louis Jean-Christophe Bersan. This was my first time tasting wines from Irancy. They were amazing.

  2. MdMdlV23rd July 2023 at 6:26 amPermalinkReply

    Typo in the headline Bill ? Garlan without the ‘d’.

    Interesting looking domaine – 19 hectares and close to Brocard & C Davenne.

  3. MdMdlV24th July 2023 at 5:54 amPermalinkReply

    You got me first so 1 – 1 😉 . I only realised in trying to look up the domaine website.

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