This gives away a bit of elegance for more complexity, particularly on the cool, pure and airy nose that displays notes of plum, earth, iron and underbrush. There is a slightly smoky character to the round, supple and solidly well-concentrated medium-bodied flavors that offer very fine depth on the balanced and lingering finish. This cellar-worthy effort is the most complete wine among the three Beaune 1ers in 2011.
Good full medium red. Slightly medicinal aromas of red berries, cherry and mocha. Thicker and sweeter than the Perrieres but with a light touch for its density. Savory and nicely done, finishing with suave tannins and very good length. Incidentally, Etienne de Montille describes his 2011 reds as "vibrantly fruity, crisp and transparent--like 2007 but with more mid-palate, a higher-toned acidity and better-quality tannins." (ST)
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