Ruby in color, purple at the core. The nose has cinnamon, cherries, and dark cherries. Some cedary spice. On the palate, this has nice tart cherries with an underlying earthiness. It seems open and drinking well although will certainly mature. Some depth to it. Would work with a lot of different foods. This retails for around $35 which, for Burgundy, makes this a nice entry point.
Light ruby in color. The nose is great but a bit tighter than the Clos Vougeot. Cherries, and some rhubarb and cranberries. Also some cedar. On the palate, this is medium bodied with nice cherry and cranberry fruit. There are slight tannins. Lots of depth. This continued to improve in the glass but really needs more cellar time. It has good acidity. Long finish. A lovely wine proving why the better wines from Echezeaux justify its Grand Cru status.
Ruby in color. Gorgeous nose. Surprisingly accessible. Cherries, black cherries, floral notes and slight baking spices. Complex. On the palate, this is very pretty. Elegant. A soft texture but yet firm. Cherries and black cherries. Just a touch of earth and spice. Long finish. Great balance. While this is sure to improve for twenty years, it is superb right now. This is an expensive wine in anybody's book, but given the state of Burgundy, this is a great wine that will justify its price (relatively speaking). Lots of upside here.
it is unusual for a French wine to list a varietal on the label. This is labeled Vin de France which is why it can be done. There is an address in Mercurey so perhaps these grapes are grown in Burgundy but that is just speculation. Ruby in color, clear and bright. The nose is slightly earthy with macerated cherries and slightly sour cherries. On the palate, this has some serious tannins especially for Pinot Noir which is unusual. The wine is thin bodied and lean with cherries. There is a slight depth. It sold for under $10 per bottle so would make a find party wine.
Jon Thomas is one of those winemakers that every region seems to have. Idiosyncratic but making some of the best wines in the region. This is ruby in color. The nose is nice with slightly sour cherries. With air, cherries emerge as well. On the palate, this is complex with layers of cherries and spice. Long finish. Thomas wines are made for the long haul and this is no exception. Drinking great with air, its best days are still ahead. This will improve. Works well with a large variety of foods. This is an Oregon wine, it is not "Burgundian" or Californian. And, it competes and e
Ruby in color. The nose has nice cherries, slight sour note and some spice. On the palate, this is easy drinking. Not a lot of depth. Lighter in style. Not a lot of acidity. OK finish. A very solid wine.
Beautiful Pinot Noir. Ruby with some purple swirls. The nose is great with bright cherries contrasted by an earthy, damp forest floor note. Also some spice. On the palate, this is tight but quite good. It needs at least five years or a long decant. Cherries, macerated cherries, layered tightly with damp earth and spice. Complex. Good balance. Long finish. Went quite well with food.
Light pink/orange in color. The nose has some slight watermelon and a bit of grapefruits. This is an easy, light rose on the palate. Refreshing notes of cherries and some cinnamon. Around $16, this is nice for a party.