Well, isn’t this a nice surprise from the “wrong” Lignier. A pointe, red fruit and sandalwood, not a lot of weight here but it’s village Chambolle so I’m happy with elegance. A- (probably really deserves a B+, but points for overachieving).
Super Tasting 2 of 6; Maciej Does Burgundy (Bosk, Toronto, Canada): Uncorked approximately 30 minutes before service, served blind. Garnet in the glass, with a mild brick. On the nose, typical aromas of red fruit, spice, but also a touch of pyrazine, opening up to reveal a nice earthy base, leather, pomegranate and brown sugar. Aromatically, this was like a blend of the last two wines. On the palate, showing a bit of age, with fairly integrated tanin, moderate acidity, with nice sappy red fruits and earth rounding out the finish. In a good spot right now.
Absolutely stunning. Very complex nose and great balance on palate with a wonderful long fruit finish. While it is wonderful at the moment I would probably hold off for a few more years before opening this wine again.
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