Domaine François Lamarche Bourgogne 2009

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Mild oak frames the very ripe red currant, blue berry and cassis aromas that are liberally laced with ample amounts o...

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Buffalo, NY (2,200 mi)
USD 24.99
750ml
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Hand picked, 80 to 100% de-stemmed depending on the vintage. Vatting period of about 15 to 18 days, in open oak vats at a low temperature (controll... Read more

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Source: eVintner Wines and Spirits
10/04/2012

Hand picked, 80 to 100% de-stemmed depending on the vintage. Vatting period of about 15 to 18 days, in open oak vats at a low temperature (controlled by thermo-regulation).Drink with all types of meats and cheeses Domaine Francois Lamarche Website


Winemaker's Notes:

Mild oak frames the very ripe red currant, blue berry and cassis aromas that are liberally laced with ample amounts of Vosne spice. The rich, fleshy and delicious middle weight flavors possess good volume and are underpinned by firm tannins as well as excellent complexity on the long mouth coating finish. This is an impressive villages where the only nit is a backend trace of warmth. Recommended.Allen Meadows' Burghound

Mild oak frames the very ripe red currant, blue berry and cassis aromas that are liberally laced with ample amounts of Vosne spice. The rich, fleshy and delicious middle weight flavors possess good volume and are underpinned by firm tannins as well as excellent complexity on the long mouth coating finish. This is an impressive villages where the only nit is a backend trace of warmth. Recommended.Allen Meadows' Burghound

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