(from a 0.8-hectare vineyard planted on iron-rich rocky soil across from Corton-Charlemagne): Bright, dark red. Aromas of cherry, iron, tobacco and flowers show lovely clarity but suggest a dense wine. Highly concentrated, saline and deep, showing good medicinal reserve and energy to its black cherry fruit. Has the stuffing to support its tongue-dusting tannins on the sweet, long back end. This superb Pernand-Vergelesses wine won't be bottled until March or April, according to Rossignol, who noted that this cuvée does best in hot years like 2015, as it has a tendency toward strictness.(ST)
The red, iron-rich soils of Les Fichots have produced a wine bursting with wild red and black fruit, mingling with notes of roast venison and forest floor. On the palate, the wine is powerful, framed by taut tannins with nice balance and energy. Tight-knit out of the blocks, but will blossom with cellarage.Drinking Window 2018 - 2040.(WK)
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