Outstanding. Surprised by this one. More masculine than most French pinots. Lots of dark cherry, spiciness, earth, and minerality. Tannins well integrated. Medium bodied. Good structure and balance, very elegant. Drinking really well now. 91-92 pts.
Classy brambly black cherry, red licorice, and dark forest floor notes. Coarser, charcoal-like, grainy tannin and a definite oaky note. A clear resemblance to an Oregon Pinot, but Gevrey masculinity shines through, more in the texture and structure than the elegant nose. Good weight for its level, just falling a bit short in the end.
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