Popped and drunk Super dark Earthy, mushrooms, moss, and a type of machine oil (Weird, but love it) on the nose. Amazing stuff. Black cherry skins, sour, but smooth finish. Short finish which is my only negative point about this wine. Dry cherry flavors. Dry medium acid. Kind of a blood orange flavor going on. Delicious stuff.
Darkish color. Great wine that has a 100pt nose for sure. So many interesting characteristics in the bouquet, and great mix of ripe red fruit and minerality. Black cherry hit on the palate, but very subtle, surrounded by some very fine grain tannins. No sweetness or berry blasted pinot here, it is very elegant and complex, fairly good balance - though I felt the finish was a bit weak. I remember liking this one more the last time I had it (2-3 years ago) Pairs great with smoked salmon.
Popped and pored. Light in color. Great, rich, unassuming nose - earth, mushrooms and mineral oil. Medium body. Hard to place flavors. Black cherry, others? No edge to this one - sublime in its mellowness. Fills the mouth delightfully. Short finish of rasberries - distinct lack of tail. Blood orange highlights four hours after opening.
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(Perrot-Minot Christophe Nuits St.Georges La Richemone) Medium-plus colour. A deep, more darkly-fruited nose that’s overlaid with some higher, faintly alcoholic notes. This is definitely a wine of structure, bathed in tannin but not so it’s overwhelmed. It’s a real mouthful, but it’s also rather good.
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