The 2015 Gevrey AC here is a bit more red fruity than the Morey villages, wafting from the glass in a lovely blend of cherries, red plums, mustard seed, lovely minerality and a smoky topnote. On the palate the wine is full-bodied, pure and every bit as transparent as the Morey, with a fine core of fruit, suave tannins and a long, focused and bouncy finish. This will be another excellent villages with a bit of bottle age.
The 2015 Gevrey Chambertin Village has a slightly more exotic bouquet compared to both the Morey Saint Denis and the Chambolle Musigny, perhaps the vintage character impressing more upon the character of the wine here? The palate is medium-bodied with succulent ripe tannin, vivacious raspberry and wild strawberry fruit, good depth with a touch of pepper on the composed finish. (NM)
A completely different aromatic profile is present here with much more sauvage character evident on the earthy red and dark currant scents that are trimmed in just enough wood to merit mentioning. The sleek, cool and beautifully well-detailed middle weight flavors possess both a bit more volume and noticeably more punch on the delicious yet entirely serious finish that is at once well-balanced and persistent. This lovely Gevrey villages is worth checking out.
Good dark red. Very ripe, slightly liqueur-like raspberry and game aromas are lifted by floral and herbal nuances. Juicy and initially quite closed on the palate, this village wine took on enticing strawberry, boysenberry and rose petal notes with air while retaining its youthfully medicinal character. Finishes nicely delineated and firm. (ST)
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