Romuald Valot makes his living as a contract vigneron for some of the top Grand Cru names in Burgundy. He's been doing it for the past two decades. His approach is farming first; he's the son of a winegrower in the Hautes Cotes de Nuits and grew up in the vineyards.
Everything he does is hands-off. Not in the lazy sense, like that "the wine makes itself" bullshit. But in the sense that his fruit is so impeccable and his touch so deft that he can create beautiful wines without tricks or overparenting. His wines are unmistakably zero zero but they hang on the clean side of that razor's edge.