Domaine Thierry Mortet Bourgogne 2008
Also labelled as Pinot Noirien which is an ancient eastern French name for Pinot Noir. Essentially this is Pommard Villages level fruit and is produced in a new 10 hectolitre tronconic wooden fermentation vat. It is a lovely cherry pith and strawberry fruited Pinot Noir with good complexity at this level and is super-fine now but tends to put on some nice weight given nine to twelve months in the cellar.
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A pure cherry note picks up a hint of plum and licorice in this rich, supple red. Balanced on the soft side, with light tannins on the finish. Drink now through 2007.
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