Drink with pleasure: strong chewy wood, loads of fresh fruit and brightness, delicious young burg with a naughty finish in a very good year at $59 I'm not complaining. I'll look for more and try for premiere.
This falls in the category of "best served very chilled." Perfectly drinkable on ice over lunch at LGP, but out of the ice bucket this wine is one those French pinots which are light on the front end and dry and way too chalky on the back end.
Helles Rubinrot. Rote Johannisbeeren,vanillige Kirschen,erdig,Hauch Mokka,Tannine integriert,Holznoten gut eingebunden. 1.Tag Säure prägnanter,2.Tag weicher,runder,minzig. Frischer, reintöniger Gevrey Chambertin mit mittelangem rotfruchtigen Abgang. Hält auch problemlos den Sommer aus.
Lets go of its reduction over about a half an hour; a lovely, light 2010 bright package of a sweet, skunky Gevrey. Nice tart clean acid finish proper to a 2010. Will only get better! I wonder if these will ever shut down. I'm guessing they won't.
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