David Croix quickly made a name for himself as the winemaker for the venerable negociant, Camille Giroud, a position he held from 2002 to 2016. He started at Camille Giroud fresh out of oenology school, at the age of 24, and because of the range of terroirs vinified at Camille Giroud received a one-of-a-kind education on Beaune vineyards.
Tasting Note from Jasper Morris:
"An experiment to the tune of two barrels made with 100% whole bunches. The Bas de Teurons has previously been put into the village Beaune, and it may end up there again this year, or some of this may be bottled separately. Lively colour of medium depth. Vibrant rose petals and fresh alpine strawberries from the whole bunch vinification. Cherry notes appear on the palate, sweetly silky and agreeably long. Note the different style."