This is a go-to wine for me in many vintages (my first one was the '92) and while I won't argue qpr, it always agrees with my palate. This one balances medium size with fullness and freshness all at once. Primary notes of peach, apricot, apple with a trace of vanilla and butterscotch. My favorite of the previous decade along with the 05.
Burgundy at Formel B. Much better than anticipated. Very fat and quite mature nose but with admirable freshness. Perfect amount of wood (less than in the past?). Actually outshone the Coche Dury (village) which is rare. On the palate this is very interesting with a steely attack, quite full bodied and with very good grip. Fresh and long finish. The beauty of this wine is the balance between "bigness" and "freshness". Grand Cru quality.
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