Medium red core with brown rim and some brown hints throughout. Woody nose with toast, coffee, mushroom, and meat notes showing. On the palate, a black cherry, strawberry, and rhubarb red fruit element appears and combines with mushroom and sous bois elements. The finish has a bit of drying tannin and notes of leather appear. This appears to be past prime, but was drinkable and would complement a meal. Drink.
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(Chevillon Robert Nuits St.Georges Les Vaucrains) Plenty of oak still on a nose that narrowly avoids reduction. Where the aromatics don’t involve, the palate delivers more; good dimension set against a furry tannin. Overall this is quite good but no more.
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