As the name suggests this is sourced from 5 different terroirs in Gevrey Chambertin. Red fruits with a rhubarb note, decayed plant matter, forest floor a lovely perfume with a touch of rose petals. A mellow palate showing red fruits with resolved tannins. A great mouthfeel with more substance than you would expect - with depth of flavour and medium plus intensity. One of the best Village red burgundies I’ve ever had. A great vintage from a wonderful wine maker who sadly isn’t with us any longer. — 7 days ago
Lovely, sooo pure boysenberry fruit. Can’t get much better than this at the village level. A few bottles into the case and in a really nice spot - no need to hold back from drinking the rest as at its peak. — 6 days ago
Dark scarlet tawny. Barely translucent. Enticing, deep nose. Notes of raspberries, bing cherries, rhubarb, pepper, menthol and some tart strawberries. Noticeable fruit in the mouth, but it’s holding something back. Feels like it wants to be impactful but it’s too shy to announce it’s presence. Has a nice coolness with a hint of menthol in the nose and finish. There is probably upside in waiting a few more years on these, and if you open one today give it ample hours of decanter time. — 7 days ago
Tasted blind. Phenomenal bouquet that easily led us to Grand Cru Burgundy. I had the region being a Morey St. Denis GC and originally felt it was 2014 but changed my guess to 2010. Should have trusted my gut! The wine was shockingly open, so giving and not as primary as I would have expected. Superb density and finesse and so silky on the palate. Fantastic. — 17 days ago
Nose is stunning. Animal, game, pointed cherry fruit, gorgeous minerals and earthiness. Huge iodine and minerality. Just huge. A sense of sweetness. Wow. Cherry flower. Floral beyond belief. Just a sick nose. Maybe 9.7. Maybe higher.
Palate has energy for days. Teeming with energy and purity. So compact and pure. Terrific sweetness and depth. Tangy and red fruited with very good structure and sweetness. Really open as well. So tangy and deep. Amazingly red fruited compared to all the black fruited 19 Brisset reds. Also Bouillon on the nose.
Nose is really opening. Really opening. Superb clarity and layering. So complete. The fruit is so sweet and gloriously beautiful. Most open of any of the 19 Brisset reds. — 15 days ago