I first heard about them about a year and half ago while perusing Berry, Bros & Rudd's site. My theory is that the British wine merchants always find out about the next big thing before us in the states. Anyways, here what they say:
"This 3-hectare estate based in Chambolle Musigny was founded by Michel Digioia's wife's grandmother in the 1930s. 1999 was Michel's first vintage and he followed this up with some excellent wines from the 2000 vintage.
He has a quality-orientated philosophy of the highest order and this led to making two green harvests in 2000 to ensure low yields and excellent fruit. Michel is a welcome addition to our increasing ranks of high quality Burgundy growers."
As luck would have it, I tasted the at a portfolio tasting in September (?) and really enjoyed them. The guys name who imports them and who's tasting it was eludes me but I'll remember here shortly. We bought a couple, and they are particularly nice at the low end end as JC suggests, Bourgognes and Villages are nice.
JC's description's pretty accurate of the whole line in my opinion. They are indeed floral. They remind me a bit in style of the Chambolles from Drouhin perhaps, elegant but with good stuffing and grip when young.