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(Nicolas Potel Pommard Premier Cru Arvelets) A vibrant core surrounded by a pink-taupe maturing rim. The nose is fine; cherries, smoke, dust and meat rolled around in aromas of a leafy, woodland, forest floor character. And the palate is no less enjoyable. It is a little silky on entry, and very pure and well composed through to the finish. A well joined up, seamless style, with elegance and texture combined. There is pepper, spice and grip on the finish. This is really impressive. Although I think it still has more yet to give, this is just fine for drinking now.
(Potel Nicolas Pommard Les Arvelets) Bright, medium ruby, already a trace of brick at the rim. Nose starts with chunky oak but this disappears after about 20minutes leaving sweet, alcoholic raspberry. The palate is as wide as a motorway, very silky with good fruit. The high but well covered acidity and tannins that creep up on you. Very impressive length. You can happlily drink this now, or leave it another 5 years. Very good.
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