Gevrey Chambertin, Marchand-Tawse 2015
Here the nose is decidedly earthier with notes of forest floor, humus and game adding breadth to the largely dark berry fruit-scented aromas. There is very fine volume to the rich, powerful and mouth coating flavors that terminate in a serious, youthfully austere and well-balanced finale. Despite being relatively tightly wound today there is so much sap that this could be drunk with pleasure young. Again, worth considering especially for value.
|Score: 89/91||Allen Meadows, Burghound.com (65), January 2017|
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