With Sandy, the best red Burgundy I've had in years. Complex nose of violets, liquorice, mature raspberries, and a hint of mushroom, medium weight (for a Bordeaux drinker), silky smooth yet with good backbone and great length. Will develop further
Wet soil with hints of white truffle opening. Evolves into dried red cherries, violet, and purple berries. Red cherries and strong mineral on the palate with slight hint of smokiness. Silky texture but very long finish. Delicious wine
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(Potel Nicolas Chambertin) Medium-plus colour. The first sniff is disappointing - high-toned and alcoholic - but it soon slips into an interesting and deep impression of dark cherry fruit. Good acidity and plenty of well covered tannin, good dimension too. The finish is a very long diminuendo
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