Clay topsoil. 100% Meunier since 2012. Medium- acid. Caramelized French toast, sweet vanilla, apricot, and lime curd. — 3 days ago
Lifted aromatics of tangerine, lemon curd, white wet stone, and fresh herbs - medicinal. — 3 days ago
Hay, rose petals, cherry, nice classical burgundy nose. The palate is very nice, on the sweet side of burgundy with a strong acid backbone, some nice cherry blossoming all around, a soft and welcoming touch on the border, gentle tannins and a looonggg finish with fruit. You gotta love the style but if you do, this is great. I love it — 4 days ago
Draws a fine line between concentration, grace, and structure. The black cherry and pomegranate fruit is deep, mixing ripe with a touch kirsch. Classic NSG savory notes come through but framed by an alluring floral side. Game, iron, hung meat, licorice, floral pastille, sandalwood and cedar. The fruits richness shines up front on the palate, and he wine departs with a compact mineral touch and very fine tannin. This packs a lot of length, complexity, and balance for a village wine with purity that really helps it punch above its weight. — 17 days ago
100% Pinot Noir. Dried apricot, fig, prune, and almonds. — 3 days ago
Love it. Minerally. — 18 days ago
Lovely intense medium cherry lipstick nose. Palate is crunchy cherries. Delicious. Perfect balance. Amazing freshness. Stay tuned ... this will change as it opens.
As it opens the nose is dense perfume. Really concentrated. Almost like a gas transforming into a liquid in your nostrils.
Palate is amazing. Terrific texture. Crazy internal aromatics. Palate coating beyond belief.
90 minutes in this is spectacularly delicious.
This vaporizes chevillon so bad it’s not funny. Cant believe this is a village wine. Wow.
Tanins are still a bit chunky. My guess is that they need another 2-3 years to smooth out.
Bought from fass selections. — 16 days ago