Marsannay, Côte De Nuits

Domaine Bart

Marsannay Rosé Pinot Noir 2020

N: Strawberries and peaches with some dirt. Shows best when it’s been out for a bit.
P: Nice bright and lip smacking, it hints at cherries. Very herbal, perfect with a blt and white bean/garlic scape dip.
With extended time out, this fills out, develops a cantaloupe rind quality.
— 23 days ago

Andrew, Eddie and 12 others liked this

Domaine Bart

Les Ouzeloy Marsannay Pinot Noir 2018

All I do is pick delicious wine — 2 days ago

Katie VestaSydne AnnKris Beth
with Katie, Sydne and 2 others

Domaine Armand Rousseau

Clos de la Roche Grand Cru Pinot Noir 2018

Un vin super jeune mais quel potentiel et quelle matière, très bon maintenant malgré la jeunesse. 93-94

Very young of course but such potential, density and structure, you can still feel this Grand Cru impression when you know it is special.
— 11 days ago

Brent, LM and 19 others liked this

Domaine Francois Bertheau

Chambolle-Musigny 1er Cru Pinot Noir 2012

Delish! Lovely sappy cherry fruit. Light in color, but a hint of oak tannins. Starting to show a bit of tertiary development. Bigger and more powerful than I thought it would be. Enjoyed with smoked roasted duck. — 5 days ago

Jason, Ted and 11 others liked this

Domaine Chanson (Chanson Père et Fils)

Marsannay Pinot Noir 2015

2015 vintage. Light, bright red fruits, wild raspberry, an herbal component. Very nice. — 2 days ago

Domaine Méo-Camuzet

Les Rouges du Bas Echezeaux Grand Cru Pinot Noir 2016

2022 Independence Day Party 🇺🇲 with several members of our Tastevin crew and extended friends.🍷 Proof that our palates are wider than Burgundy. Notes may be light, scores will be honest.

750ml
— 4 days ago

Ely, Lyle and 23 others liked this

Pierre Brisset

Aux Thorey Nuits Saint Georges Pinot Noir 2020

Lyle Fass
9.9

Just a phenomenal nose. Wow. Perfect, and so deep. 4D cherries. Black, red, perfect cherries. So deep. Endless cherries. High toned and dark at the same time. Totally amazing. Wow. This is genius. Haunting earth and stoniness. This nose is a 10.0. Just insane. Totally mindblowing. The detail and depth is unreal. Best nose of the 2020 Brissets. The nose smells like GC Vosne-Romanee. Such a special site. Juicy and so dense but bright as well. So sweet and fresh. This just has a tiny berry juicy explosiveness. Sappy and pure and such lift. Finishes so mineral. Wow that opulence in the midpalate leads to unreal juicy fruit on the finish that is so bright, energetic and lifted. Stunning length. The detailed black and red cherry fruit that is blended with the perfect level of opulence. Longest of all the 2020 Brisset reds. Wow. A profound wine of total genius. I am floored. The tannins are so fine, so well knit. so velvet. This will be a 10.0 with age. — 12 days ago

Andrew, Aravind and 11 others liked this

Joseph Drouhin

Côte de Nuits-Villages Pinot Noir 2019

This is excellent stuff and punches well above its weight. Floral and spicy nose with medium body, good fine tanins and lots of minerality / balance. Very dense and structured from the mid to the end, so it will benefit from 4 to 5 years in a good cellar. Great stuff and excellent QPR. — a month ago

Adriana Pagliano
with Adriana
Ira, Anthony and 5 others liked this

Domaine Dujac

Clos de la Roche Grand Cru Pinot Noir 2006

Très beau même si c’est encore un bébé, beaucoup de matière, la structure et la texture d’un GC sont la par contre, bâti pour la route. 92-93

Very nice structure and texture, but still a baby, a little atypical of many 2006 I drank before from many producers.
— 11 days ago

Brent, LM and 13 others liked this

Jean-Marc Millot

Vieilles Vignes Côte de Nuits-Villages Pinot Noir 2019

This was delicious, and a winning blind for me. Having a baseline on the table definitely helped. Although less sweet and intense, I felt the JM Millot was in the same genre as the Métras, with similar texture, floral lift, minerality, and red fruit profile. It was the difference in fruit sweetness that gave it away as being from greater Burgundy, whereby Pinot Noir usually appears less sweet than Gamay to me. The village was definitely a lot harder to identify which made sense upon the reveal - when in doubt, it’s probably from one of the lesser communes (or Morey lol!). Fine, fresh, and energetic, I would have drank a lot more of it if not for the other wines on the table. Another to revisit. — 18 days ago

Andrew, Severn and 10 others liked this