July 10, 2021 - The acidity of 2008 is still present but there are signs of secondary development amongst the red fruits and savoury vanilla but this is my last bottle so will not find out how it develops further .
October 16, 2018 - I thought this was a lovely Bourgogne. It had such a perfumed, pretty Chambolle nose, with dark cherries and berries garlanded with whiffs of freshly stalked violets. There was some typical Barthod earthiness at first, but that faded behind the more perfumed notes with time. The body was clearly on the thinner side, but there was a nice round juiciness to it, with a pure crunch of fresh cherries seasoned with spice and a kiss of florals. Simple, but delicious - just want you want from a Bourgogne of its age.
February 6, 2017 - an easy drinking wine but lacks vibrancy - may have left it too long?
December 4, 2015 - Fierce tannins. Hope they calm down. Plenty of fruit. A borgoune that needs a decade ?
February 15, 2015 - Very good bottle. Hint of berry with soft tannins and and easy finish.
October 31, 2014 - Medium-deep ruby, clear.
Not very expressive, cherries, later turns to tobacco notes, old leather. Already on day two it showed signs of tiredness and went on oxidating slowly.
On the palate it is light and fresh and very pleasant to drink. Tannins are still present and a little rustic. At times it feels as if the fruit was not completely ripe.
Overall quite enjoyable, but doesn't have much resistance to air.
April 13, 2014 - A little tight initially with '08 acidity to the fore but settled down in the glass and revealed surprisingly dark fruit with some richness through the mid-palate. Very different to the 2009 drunk the week before but no less enjoyable.
January 17, 2014 - Lett og elegant vin. Kunne nok med fordel ha vært lagret 2-3 år til.
June 21, 2013 - Stylish, crisp, clean and simple pinot noir. Not for the fainthearted with regards to acid. Best value for money in this segment for Norwegians.
October 27, 2012 - Once again, consistent with previous note. Pure cherries, some hints of game and a light mineral tone. Acidity is great, however the fruit is really not there to make the great balance. With food however, it is fine.
Could perhaps take a few more years in the cellar, but I cannot see the big reason for doing so. The concentration is really not there to make up for the already lingering acidity being present. It should be underlined, that for this level of Burgundy it is a great bottle of wine.