Lively, medium-bodied Pinot Noir by one of Burgundy’s leading natural wine producers, Fanny Sabre, a tiny estate of 4.5 hectares of vineyards scattered throughout some of Côte de Beaune’s great appellations, Pommard, Volnay and Meursault. This particular one comes from a plot with old vines in Pommard, an appellation known for its full, rich and concentrated Pinot Noir (perhaps due to the iron-rich soils). Aged for 15 months in French oak barrels. Quite perfumed, straightforward nose with ripe red fruit, underbrush/balsamic notes. Fruity, somewhat earthy and velvety. — 7 months ago
her satt jeg på velo med kjetil, ane og viktor. siden eva bech var der prata vi en del om å KONFRONTERE henne siden hun kjenner den gale instajenta som ville ha bilder av eksen min. det ble heldigvis med praten. denne vinen var syrlig og digg. etterpå danset vi med fanny. helgi snelgi! — a year ago
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@Casey @ Travelling Corkscrew I'm not going to sabre this one, maybe another time. Nice post/feature today.
Seemed excessively frizzante when we opened the bottle, more mellow after an hour, quite nice. Lightly brioche, the Chardonnay is more prominent tonight. Light caramel on under-ripe peach, delish. At hour two, lightly saline, red fruit arrives, the terroir is making an appearance. — 2 years ago
Robe rubis clair
Nez délicat épicé framboise ronce
Bouche délicate superbe équilibre
Un pillard délicat et plus infusé que concentré — 8 months ago
Crisp citrus and lotsa flowers. Bright, wet steely character. Stands ok alone. Had with a kohlrabi+scallops+fingerlime thing and it was mind blowing. — a year ago