Like my co-authors stated: rather thin, less expressionate, a bit too acidic and unfortunately a bit dull. On the second day a slight improvement - that is why I still give 80P. And another dissapointment from Burgundy!
Schön klare, für Pinot normal helle Farbe. Zuerst intensiver Cassis/Leder-Geruch der dann leider bald stark abnimmt. Im Geschmack ziemlich flüssig, eher starke Säure, aber durchaus angenehm. Nichts besonders aufregendes.
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(Potel Nicolas Pommard) Medium-plus cherry red. The nose is quite forward, initially black shaded - cherry and olive - then a violet note starts coming through. The palate starts a little tight, but is very well balanced with sweetness from the ripe fruit, drying tannins that show themselves only if you hold the wine in your mouth and forward but well mannered acidity. This wine was a bit of a bargain at ~13 Euro - so I had to invest in a six-pack.
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