Saving this baby for a special occasion and it didn’t disappoint. Vibrant red fruits were in perfect balance with the earth flavors, acid, oak, and tannin. When I go to Burg this is what i want. Only critique is I wish I gave it just a couple more years in the bottle for tertiary flavors to develop. — 16 days ago
NSG from Boudots is a very close cousin to a Vosne and we feel it in the fruit(still red with just some blueberry) and in the tannin which we still find quite soft.
It took hours to open up
It started quite oaky, but luckily, it turned onto the fruit and spices
Not extremely long on the palate
First bottle of the Nuits-St-Georges night — 12 days ago
Last of three bottles. Structurally mature. On opening there is a really nice tertiary bouquet but that recedes and the slightly stewed funk that had always been there is back. There are flashes of purer fruit which I don’t remember from before, though. This seems as ready as it will be but a part of me wonders what would happen if it was just forgotten for a while longer. — 4 hours ago
I found it very enjoyable, very smooth, very complex
Not overwhelmed by the oak, but supported
Again being Boudots it has lots in common with a Vosne wine, but that is not necessarily a bad thing.
Second bottle of the Nuits-St-Georges night — 12 days ago