Perfumed, displaying floral, wild cherry and strawberry aromas and flavors. Feels light-weight, yet intense, with an echo of berry lingering over the chalky finish. Drink now through 2027. (BS)
The 2014 Marsannay Villages has an expressive nose that captures the essence of Marsannay better than the Clos du Roy (at least at this early stage). It is adorned with attractive blueberry and cassis notes, all nicely defined and joyful. The palate is well balanced with supple, rounded tannin. This feels fleshy in the mouth, quite caressing with a gentle raspberry and dark plum finish interlaced with white pepper and sage. It leaves the mouth tingling with pleasure. Very fine. (NM)
This wine from the most northerly of the Côte d'Or appellations is a blend from multiple growers. It has red cherry and plum fruit with a fresh streak, typical of the vintage. Underlying firm tannins will sustain it as it ages. Drink from 2018. (RV)
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