Domaine Marc Colin makes wines of finesse, full-flavored with a fine balanced of oak and fruit. Pierre-Yves Colin took over the winemaking duties from his father Marc, in 1995. A patient and meticulous man who farms as organically as possible but refuses to be hamstrung by dogmatically following any viticulture or winemaking philosophy, Colin wants the wine to speak of the vineyards from which they come. He uses only the wild yeast from each vineyard and keeps lees stirring to a minimum this vintage. The whites from the stonier soils, such as the Puligny- Montrachet “Trezin,” are firmer and taste of minerals; those from the deeper soils have more breadth and weight.