Decanted for about 30 mins. Very nice bouquet of red cherries, with a bit of abeetrooty, earthy aspect to it. The palate is light, with some tannins, light cherry. Not super impressive, but nice enough. Probably needs food to go with it. Still alive though and could last a few more years in the cellar.
Light to medium bodied. On first opening, the fruit was overpowered by earthy, vegetal, notes and some harsh tannins. Vacuvin'd, refrigerated, then retried a couple of days later. Most of the harsher notes had dissipated by then, leaving a decent amount of bright cherry fruit and some tart acidity. Overall, nothing special, but I could see it getting better.
Subtle nose with some red berries. Light to medium bodied, delivering nice lingon- and cranberries with smooth, firm acidity and gentle tannic grip.It is quite simple but really pure and elegant, showing the essence of a good basic burgundy. Clean red berries backed up with perfect acidity. Everything in simple harmony here.
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(Domaine Charles Audoin Marsannay Le Clos de Jeu) Medium dark red color with pale meniscus; light tart cherry and roses nose; solid tart cherry, red fruit and mineral palate with good acidity; short-medium finish