Exceptional pinot and gamay blend, where have you been all my life?
Three and a half glasses
Fading, but still a nice wine, especially at this price. Notes otherwise very similar to last time.
Bright translucent red color -- quite pretty. This is a medium to light bodied pinot and it's really quite a nice value. Lots of complexity for just over $10. Bright cherry, rose petals and earth on the nose. Palate is red-fruited and silky-smooth with some mushroom-y underbrush. Good acidity. This would pair well with a lot of things -- we had it with a roast chicken and it worked well.
External Reviews for Clos Tue-Boeuf Cheverny
Fresh, light red fruit with great ripeness and depth and a fine mineral streak. A bit of earth and pepper spice adds complexity. Great balance and finish.
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