Burgundy, and Pinot Noir can seem like such a minefield. The nuances of the grape coupled with the intricacies of the Burgundian wine system leave me with a headache sometimes. Having said that, I am trying my hardest to discover and having fun doing it.
See-through pinkish purple, as would be expected of a Pinot Noir. The nose intrigues me- but kinda thin. It offers shades of cherry, straw, dust and perhaps some pomegranate. The initial attack is very subtle and smooth. Cherry for sure, some capsicum, and spices. Violets come to mind as well. The mid palate is where the wine opens up- cherries, berries and some nice juicy tannins show up. The pomegranate re-appears on the finish as the wine closes out in a slightly acidic note. The whole package is quite delicious but lacks depth for now. I’m thinking it may evolve somewhat. 90 points from me (the pro’s gave it 92). Drink from now until 2025 and pair it with Cornish hens, maybe even some Salmon on the grill. For $50, it is a pricy wine, but very typical of small production Burgundy. 3 stars. Salut….