Our first red on Burgundy Sunday Sipping 'n Snacking at home. Light, bright red on the eye. Still barely legal. We let her breath for 2 hours before partaking. Aromas of dark, smoky red fruit, leather and liquorice. Medium bodied, sickly salacious, powerful, ripe and concentrated fruit. We did her a slight disservice unveiling her at this dance, but her dainty confidence ensured she did not disappoint. Dahlin', we will see you in another 10 years or so...luvly
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(Domaine Robert Chevillon Nuits St. Georges 1er Cru Les Cailles) Very dark ruby color; brett, tart cherry, green herb, tart raspberry nose; tight, brett, tart cherry, green herb, sous bois, mineral palate; needs 9-plus years; medium-plus finish 91+ points
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