A perfect cork. Possibly entering a bit of a state of transition. Pale brick red. Somewhat restrained nose with red berry and sauvage notes. A seemingly faded palate with prominent teak, tobacco and cigar box flavours and more subtle notes of tea, citrus, bramble and violet in the background. Complexity and certainly length, but faded and somewhat insipid somehow. Furry tannins. Might wait several years to try bottle number 2?
Bright red. Pungent red fruits- cherries (stewed tomatoes?). Dry and savory on the palate. This has much of what I hope for in Burgundy. There are herbs and red sour fruits and something... that keeps me coming back. Love this winery. Not surprisingly, I have more of its wines than any other in the cellar.
Fresh, expressive, punchy nose of dried flowers, menthol, cherries and earth. It is quite savoury in the mouth with plenty of meat and earth and crunchy red fruits. There is excellent underlying minerality and the finish is brisk with refreshing acidity.
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