The Burgundy wine region has always fascinated and frustrated in equal measure. For every eulogising, life-changing proclamation from someone realising wine nirvana, there is some poor soul somewhere bashing their head in perplexity. At its best, Burgundy wine can provide the ultimate - the transcendental, mystifying, unexplainable pleasure that only truly great wine can bring. But at its worst, Burgundy wine can be an expensive mistake, bring disillusion and even provoke anger.
Produced from equal parts of old Pinot Noir and Gamay vines, there is an impressive level of fruit on the nose with a lovely touch of sweet spice and savouriness. The palate displays a good mix of red and dark berries supported by a good structure of fine tannins and refreshing acidity resulting in a surprisingly complex experience and a...more
Bottle 75cl £19.33
Bottle 75cl £38.68
This wine has a delicate bouquet of crunchy cherry fruits and bright plums with scents of violets and roses. On the palate, pure red fruits and seamless tannins are balanced by an invigorating freshness. While this wine will be delicious in a year or two, it should also age well. Drink from 2019.Armit Winesmore