Tight and a little musty at first (but not corked), opens a bit, red fruit, spice, earth. Pleasant and a good accompaniment to the food, but didn’t strike me as GC. A 2001 Drouhin village Chambolle recently had more depth. Decent wine, but a little disappointing in context. B/B-
this is starting to really shine. nose is stupendous with tons of earth/minerality and spice with very pure black fruits. the palate is just a touch lean, but gets a bit fuller with air. i think this is not yet at peak. will never be a GREAT wine, but already quite excellent.
A delicious, very Gevrey burg, with cherry to red plum flavors with hints of darker fruits, a bit of spice and good length. Not really grand cru, but certainly premier cru quality. A bit pricey. Drink or hold.
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