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Community Tasting Notes (4) Avg Score: 85 points

  • This tastes and looks very mature. Acid quite pokey. Think it is time to drink these up

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  • This wine needs a two to three hour decant otherwise its unpleasantly dry. Afterwards it opens out to show a rich, gravy-laden aroma with swards of wet earth. Sweet blackfruit palate, savoury and spicy, sweet black tea. Good weight, strong tannins and good acidity.

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  • Limpid in the glass, cherry red with pale rim. Not a lot of fruit on the nose but quite a pleasant compact, savoury aroma. This profile is replicated on the palate along with puckering tannins and a dry finish. Lovely medium body, silky feel and good acidity. What this wine needs most is time in the decanter, maybe even three hours plus. Then, the aromas thicken: Black tea is discernable, and tannins soften. Nice wine with food, but plan ahead! 9 Euros a bottle from Chamonix, so good value, despite double disabilty of being from a rather unfashionable corner of Burgundy and an average vintage to boot!

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  • Sight: Red/brownish. Smell: Aged flavors, leather, mushroom/earthy, not much fruit left, a little funkiness. Taste: Big impact on the palate, a little cherry flavor left, but different, more black than red, earthy. Awkward stage, better in five years.

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