Côte Challonnaise, the appendix of Burgundys esteemed golden slope, a necessary and much needed resort if you wish to drink decent and representative Burgundy’s without spending a fortune these days. The 2014 Bruno Lorenzo Cuvée is very true to its provenance, where the primary red fruit has just slowly started to retreat to give room for an earthy canvas of damp soil, dried leaves and truffle that we so much love with the true Burgundies. Six years after harvest it still has a long and happy life ahead, eventhough it drinks beutifully in its pre-mature stage as is today. more harmonazied than last encounter in December 2019 I would say.
Successfully paired with pan seared Salmon with red wine jus, and thinly sliced glazed beetroots.
— 16 days ago
So vibrant — 4 months ago
LOVE the tannins in this wine - it’s perfect. It’s got very light and smooth aromas with a round taste to it and a smoky finish. (Fun fact - the grapes are grown in a “Jurassic Landscape” alongside Dino fossils so that’s pretty cool) — 9 months ago
Dinner w the best Dino in SB. Flavor long lasting. — 5 days ago
Nice. Boothes. Better than Dino finally. — 3 months ago
Soft Chardonnay with an delicious non toasted oak barrel, amazing wine from an not famous Burgundy subzone🇫🇷 — 5 months ago
Very soft but nice — a year ago
The wine is alright 👁 — 3 months ago
Dark red, really balanced, hint of vanilla, just the right amount of taste — 8 months ago