Honey floral. Interesting. Has good salinity and bright. Dry. . Need to buy. — 2 months ago
A lovely burgundy that drinks very true to form with lively character. Plenty of fruit with￼out being overbearing. Can always count on Moore Bros - another winner. — 8 months ago
平成31年4月30日 — 4 years ago
Rich, luxurious — 3 months ago
Very very good! — 4 years ago
Mellow, smooth as silk and lovely sweetness perfect blend ! — 5 months ago
Very 15 on the nose. That sunshine infused Burg fruit. Soupy but precise cherries. Really expansive. Also showing some secondary advancement with decaying leaves. Red cherries are very aromatically opulent. Palate is concentrated but elegant but also showing heat. It’s only 13% so maybe air will help. Juicy and clean with structure and a long finish with heat dissipating. This is just huge now but it’s all there. Needs air. Let’s see.
9.1 to 9.3 overnight. More together today and no heat. Great purity and balance and much more elegant but still a bit ripe for me. — 8 months ago
Nose has fresh cherry, under-ripe cherry, ripe raspberry, strawberry jam, slight wood bark, slight alcohol, cherry jolly rancher candy and dried cherry.
Palate has (bright) dehydrated tart cherry, dried strawberry, slight acidic notes, dehydrated citrus with mild tannins.
Decanted 2H, high acidity nose on initial pour. Wine displays translucent amethyst with clear, light brown edge.
An absolutely fantastic Bourgogne! Bought a few months ago from a trusted source ($36!), honestly expecting to be dead, but we're so far from that it's breaking my mind...
I believe this is Monthélie vines.
The most perfect and supple cork, no Durand required today.
Paired to duck confit and green lentils, a favorite meal for cats and humans in our humble abode. — 2 years ago