Domaine Pierre-Olivier Bonhomme is the continuation and evolution of the now defunct Puzelat-Bonhomme négociant project. In the 90's Clos du Tue-Boeuf was faced with many years of tiny crops caused by late frost, mildew, hail or general bad weather. Revenues were tight, and Thierry Puzelat, the younger of the two brothers running the estate, wanted to to expand the estate by renting or buying more vineyards. His brother Jean-Marie, in his late forties at the time, did not want to add more vineyard and cellar work to his already heavy schedule. So Thierry started a negociant business, set up a winery in the village of Monthou-sur-Bievre, and sourced excellent vineyards and vine-tenders to buy their grapes.
Fruity nose, freshness and lots of minerality on the palate. Red berries and hints of spice in the finish.