Quite dark and medium body. Showing some evolution, the nose is quite elegant, wafts of cherries and a little leather, it's missing a bit of acidity now, but the length isn't bad and it's quite an enjoyable bottle
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(Potel Nicolas Santenay Clos Tavannes) A fine and fresh nose that slowly deepens, again plenty of interest. Bigger and more concentrated than the Volnay VV but with a sophisticated structure. It might benefit from a little extra length, but it's a very friendly and easy to drink wine.
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