Tasted blind at Flint Wines’ 2007/2012 Nuits Saint-Georges tasting in London. The 2007 Nuits Saint-Georges 1er Cru Les Boudots from Jean Grivot has an easy-going, open, leather-tinged red berry nose, quite earthy after five minutes in the glass, the fruit having receded a while ago. The palate is medium-bodied with mature, degraded tannin. Notes of bay leaf and black tea infuse the vestiges of red fruit, whilst the tannins provide a little more structure than its peers, bestowed with a persistent finish that shows decent substance. (NM)
This is spicier and riper with a now highly expressive nose of blue fruit, violets and earth aromas that are followed by spicy and broad-shouldered flavors that are naturally sweet and clearly powerful as there is ample mid-palate concentration and real drive on the fresh, intense and presently linear but lingering finish.
Medium red. Slightly reduced aromas of redcurrant and minerals. Suave, sweet and pliant, but with good life to the flavors of redcurrant, smoke and minerals. Not especially complex but offers solid density and structure. (ST)
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