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If the name rings any bells that’s because Corentin Houillon is nephew to Pupillin’s Emmanuel (who has made wine alongside Pierre Overnoy since the early 90s) and Adéline (whose production with Renaud Bruyère is hugely sought-after). This is his Mondeuse, the fine-boned Savoyard red variety, from a tiny plot of vines on the edge of the Alpine village of Chautagne. This lacks nothing, despite coming in at just 10%, with this grape’s lithe blackcurrant fruits and singing acidity in perfect lock-step. 

Country
France / Savoie
Colour
Red
Grape
Mondeuse
Bottle Size
75cl
Year
2019

Corentin Houillon

We’re sure that you could count on one hand and, more likely, one finger the amount of winemakers who had their first exposure to their future craft by crushing grapes alongside the Jura’s legendary Pierre Overnoy. While Corentin Houillon’s familial ties (his uncle Emmanuel took over Maison Pierre Overnoy and his aunt, Adeline, makes similarly hard-to-find wines in Pupillin) have no doubt aided in his ability - helped along the way by stints with Stéphane Tissot and Dominique Derain - to craft unerringly elegant wines from his new home in the Savoie where he tends 5 hectares of steep vineyards. One to watch for sure.

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Veronnet
Veronnet

Veronnet, 2019
Corentin Houillon

£ 35.00
75cl
Red
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If the name rings any bells that’s because Corentin Houillon is nephew to Pupillin’s Emmanuel (who has made wine alongside Pierre Overnoy since the early 90s) and Adéline (whose production with Renaud Bruyère is hugely sought-after). This is his Mondeuse, the fine-boned Savoyard red variety, from a tiny plot of vines on the edge of the Alpine village of Chautagne. This lacks nothing, despite coming in at just 10%, with this grape’s lithe blackcurrant fruits and singing acidity in perfect lock-step. 

Country
France / Savoie
Colour
Red
Grape
Mondeuse
Bottle Size
75cl
Year
2019

Corentin Houillon

We’re sure that you could count on one hand and, more likely, one finger the amount of winemakers who had their first exposure to their future craft by crushing grapes alongside the Jura’s legendary Pierre Overnoy. While Corentin Houillon’s familial ties (his uncle Emmanuel took over Maison Pierre Overnoy and his aunt, Adeline, makes similarly hard-to-find wines in Pupillin) have no doubt aided in his ability - helped along the way by stints with Stéphane Tissot and Dominique Derain - to craft unerringly elegant wines from his new home in the Savoie where he tends 5 hectares of steep vineyards. One to watch for sure.

More wines by Corentin Houillon