Have worked through 4 bottles of a half case by now, I have refrained from writing a TN as I was puzzled by the showing of the first 3 bottles, asking myself if Christophe really understands Vosnee. There is certainly alot of sulphur upon opening, which never really recedes fully, and a high acid level. Very firm wine, unlike P-M Chambolle Musignys, not as sensual and seductive. Plenty of allspice, clove, baking powder, juicy black liquorice, and pepper. If there is fruit, it is black cherry with pits putting in a showing between the teeth. Cold, slippery, slimy stone whisking the mid-palate into a nice, long, even symphonic ending. Not a forthcoming wine, but certainly provocative in a withdrawn, self-effacing, genteel manner. Gains length on top of protein. Can inspire alot of profound meditation, in a sort of melancholy direction.
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