Wow would never have guessed this being a Bourgogne! And still plenty of life — 2 months ago
The 9th and final Wine in the Gevrey Chambertin Grand Cru bracket. Quite a rich dense crimson in colour. A tarry nuance to the black cherries on nose and palate. A medium to full bodied palate finishing with some astringency. This is the 4th year I have been to this tasting and I have learnt that Dugat Py make their Burgundies on the large side. For that reason I was able to pick this as the Dugat Py in this blind tasting knowing the identities but not the order of service. Also my least pointed in this 9 wine bracket. — 2 years ago
Unexpectedly deep colour. Very expressive (but not as sexy as Jean Grivot wines). Dominant oak, sour cherry, red flowers, pickles and animal notes. Powerful and rustic palate, though well structured. Seems like it has a huge potential, can't believe it's already 13 years old! For my taste it lacks elegance and complexity. High rating is partially because of potential.
Tasted on 2021-08-26 — 2 months ago
Good Depth. Dense masculine and concentrated. Medium plus body and Intensity. More how I would identify Gevrey Chambertin Grand Cru. Biggest wine in the bracket. Dry powdery Tannins. I thought this was the Dugat Py Mazis when tasted blind and most of us were gob smacked when it was revealed as a Charmes. James Halliday who was at the tasting, and who has tasted more Burgundy than the rest of the room put together, said put this one away “for your grandchildren”. No. 4 of 9 in bracket. — 4 years ago