Very light and reminiscent of a generic Bourgogne Pinot Noir or Passe-Tout-Grains, like a house wine one would expect to find in a not-too-fancy family-owned eatery in the greater Burgundy area.
That said, it has a certain restrained charm, as evidenced by a dining companion's positive review after having polished off a 2004 Numanthia Numanthia just prior — a case of subtlety following brute power.
Even though I liked this wine, I expected more from it. It is a light wine in every way - color, nose, and palate. It is an easy drinker, but at the same time it seems oddly muted, and the fruit seems to lurk just below the surface but unable to really shine through. It neither offends nor inspires, so I won't be buying more of it, especially with so many other quality wines at a comparable price.
Very pretty color, restrained nose of strawberry and herbs. Fruity acidity that matched well with chicken, but nothing particularly interesting on the palate. Tasted over two days - no noticeable change.
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