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This reflects the elegance that can be found in Prémeaux and the Mugnier touch only adds to this with a nicely complex and aromatically expressive nose that offers detailed and pure aromas of earth, black fruit and plum that dissolve into beautifully complex, refined and balanced flavors that also display ample finishing minerality, a touch of austerity and reasonably good phenolic ripeness. There is some noticeable acidity on the backend but it's not enough to cause dryness. A really lovely effort that should age effortlessly and while this presently has a touch of forest floor on the nose, I suspect that it will pass in time. Score: 90 Points;  Drink: 2012+ Comments: Sweet spot Outstanding! Allen Meadows; Burghound

This has seen only one week in bottle. The nose starts wider but less intense than the ‘Fourche’, time in the glass once more sees a real tightening, the aromatics becoming more interesting by the minute. The palate seems much more affected by the bottling, it is adolescent and out of sorts though certainly more chewy and concentrated than its brother. One to return to. Burgundy-Report.Com


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