Deep black plums on the nose with some spices and licorice. Serious concentration for this appellation. There is a nice freshness lifting the firm body and giving the long, spice and licorice finish a light touch. If you can't afford a top Côte de Nuits wine, this is a very good alternative. Drink or hold.
A discreet application of wood sets off the pretty array of plum, earth and red and dark currant scents. There is a bit more volume to the medium-bodied flavors that possess a velvety mid-palate while delivering better persistence on the ever-so-slightly rustic finish. This too is quite good.
A wholly-owned vineyard, called a Monopole in Burgundy, this 14-acre parcel has produced a juicy wine full of red fruits and with some firm tannins. Its bright flavors, acidity and structure are still young and the wine should age further. Drink from 2021. (RV)
(from classic red Mercurey soil; tasted from tank): Bright, dark ruby-red. Lively scents of black cherry, licorice and flowers. Round and sweet but penetrating in the mouth; less showy than the Framboisière but more firmly structured. This juicy midweight offers a solid core of dark cherry and licorice flavor and finishes with rising floral length and a distinctly dark cast. (ST)
Monopole. Mid crimson. Darker and sweeter than the Framboisière – lots of ripe cherry fruit. Firmer texture too, deeper and less juicy. Drink window: 2019-2024 16.5/20 (JH)
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