Bright medium red. Aromas of redcurrant, cherry and spices. Offers more energy and definition than the Clos du Roi, with higher-pitched flavors of spices and red fruits. A juicy Beaune wine with a touch of youthful bitterness on the back end, but sound acids and tannins give grip to the finish.
Beaune 1er Cru “Les Grèves” Reviews
Deep red. Attractive lift to the aromas of cherry, menthol, licorice and herbs. In a rather cool style, with juicy black fruit flavors accented by licorice and fresh herbs and framed by lively acidity. Tannins are a touch dry but not overbearing.
A subtle application of wood serves as a relatively neutral backdrop for the intensely earthy
dark berry aromas that introduce mineral and soil-inflected middle weight flavors that possess a lovely sense of underlying
tension, all wrapped in a serious, intense and lingering finish. There is a hint of dryness but in this case there is a plausible
chance that it will dissipate once this has been bottled.