A markedly ripe yet still elegant nose features notes of black raspberry, violet, lilac, anise and a lovely hint of spiced tea. The much more refined middle weight flavors are lacy and attractively energetic while displaying good minerality before tightening up considerably on the firm and lingering finish. This very ripe effort is also a bit more structured than it usually is.
Bright medium ruby. Blueberry, wild huckleberry, menthol and licorice pastille on the very pure but reticent nose. Offers a plush texture and a restained sweetness but not quite the energy, lift or balance of the Charmes. Tannins are reasonably suave and well-supported, though. Patrick Landanger finished his harvest with his Chambolle vineyards on September 14. The rich, mounting finish displays a faintly gamey quality.(ST)
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