Domaine Lucien Boillot & Fils Pinot Beurot les Grands Poisots 2010

Member Review by Christy Canterbury MW:

Pinot Beurot is an old Burgundian name for Pinot Gris. It’s hard to recognize the variety here, but its taste and texture are Burgundian, perhaps due in part to the 50 plus-year-old vines. This vin shows pure fruit, crystalline acidity and chalky texture. Fairly short length. Drink through 2014.

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Snooth User: Christy Canterbury MW
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10/04/2012

Pinot Beurot is an old Burgundian name for Pinot Gris. It’s hard to recognize the variety here, but its taste and texture are Burgundian, perhaps due in part to the 50 plus-year-old vines. This vin shows pure fruit, crystalline acidity and chalky texture. Fairly short length. Drink through 2014.



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