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Daniel Bouland Morgon Vieilles Vignes Corcelette 2012
Balanced and fresh, this subtle red offers raspberry, peach, dried herb and floral notes. Lightly chewy tannins show on the mineral-tinged finish. Drink now through 2015.Add winemaker's notes
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Balanced and fresh, this subtle red offers raspberry, peach, dried herb and floral notes. Lightly chewy tannins show on the mineral-tinged finish. Drink now through 2015.
Brilliant ruby. Assertive aromas of red fruit, cherry skin, floral oils and smoky minerals. Sappy and primary on the palate, offering intense raspberry and bitter cherry flavors and a touch of blood orange. Shows impressive depth of flavor with no undue weight. Finishes lithe and spicy, with superb tenacity and alluring sweetness.
Bouland’s 2011 Morgon Corcelette Vieilles Vignes displays dark berry and peat aromas of surprising discretion considering the intensity of juicy black raspberry fruit, the smoky pungency, and the meaty, subtly gamy animal dimension delivered on its rich palate. A hint of cardamom adds interest to an already multi-faceted, not to mention prolonged, finish. Expect this to perform well through at least 2017. (Game, brown spice, and alkaline elements along with confitured dark berries have come to the fore in the 2009 Corcelette, which like Bouland’s other wines from that very ripe vintage has preserved admirable primary juiciness.)
Boulandandrsquo;s 2010 Morgon Corcelette Vieilles Vignes offers scents of violet, wisteria, fresh cherry, red currant, and smoked meat. Sweetly-ripe yet vivacious fruit informs a silken-textured palate, while smokiness and salinity lend invigoration to a purely-persistent, downright vibrant finish. Look for 4andndash;6 years of satisfaction. (A bottle open overnight was surprisingly unevolved.)
Bright ruby-red. Intense, floral-accented aromas of wild red berries, cherry and smoked meat. Juicy, expansive red fruit and spicecake flavors are deepened by a suggestion of candied licorice and pick up smokiness with air. Finishes with firm grip, very good focus and a persistent mineral quality.
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