Burgundy 2022 – C

wall in Ladoix

This is the second of eight alphabetically ordered articles containing 900+ reviews of 2022 burgundies tasted in London earlier this month. Above, a wall in Ladoix photographed by Jon WyandFor much more on this vintage, see this guide to our coverage of the 2022 vintage in Burgundy.

These 161 tasting notes are grouped alphabetically by producer (sur)name and within those groups are ordered whites before reds, ascending from generic through village, premiers and grands crus. You can change the order within groups as you prefer using the menu below.

Dom Jacques Cacheux et Fils (Vosne-Romanée)

Dom Jacques Cacheux et Fils 2022 Vosne-Romanée

Cask sample. Mid crimson. Sweeter-fruited than some, highlighted by some oak sweetness. Scented on the palate, with raspberry and bright energy, fresh and sustained. (JH)

£264 per case of 6 ib Montrachet Fine Wine Merchants

Dom Jacques Cacheux et Fils, Grand Cru 2022 Échezeaux

Cask sample. Deepish crimson. Immediate impression of ripe red fruits, some dried fruit too but this is a cask sample and may not be showing all its freshness. Deep, chewy power on the palate, much more promising than the nose suggested. Giving this the benefit of the doubt. (JH)

£934 per case of 6 ib Montrachet Fine Wine Merchants