Showing a whole lot more than it did late 2012. Generous Pinot fruit backed up by hints of dry soil, beef broth, barnyard, leather, spices and vanilla. Smooth and well balanced. Enjoy from now until 2020 – very glad I had the patience to wait this one out.
Quite muted in the beginning. After one hour in the glass it opened up and gained both in aromas and muth feeling. A clean and nicely structured wine, with a chevy mouth feeling. Plenty of fine tannins, that seem to have matured somewhat, but also suggest the wine will last for several more years.
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It’s amazing how far this wine has come in only a few vintages - Mugnier cannot be stopped and the Marechale would be one of the finest wines of its type in any vintage, let alone 2006. I’ve had this wine three different times from barrel and on each occasion it becomes more and more complete. If you are into Nuits (or Mugnier in general) this wine should not be missed - it rises above any preconception and delivers the promise of the terroir it was crafted from. For my taste, a fabulous expression.
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Jon Rimmerman Garagiste Seattle, WA
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