Pale red, clear edges and moderately long drops. Cherry, Wood, vanilla and graphite nose. Cherry, rhubarb and faint wood taste. Bright fruit, lively. Quite acidic. Faint alcohol and restrained tannins. Long aftertaste. A bit austere, but matched well with mutton, which made it appear sweeter.
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(Potel Nicolas Charmes-Chambertin) Depth, lovely depth on this nose, everything just edged with coffee before high-tones start to evolved. Sneaky concentration - this really grows in the mouth. Versus all the other wines here this was a little anonymous, everything in it's place but competent rather than excellent - I loved the nose though…
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