Strong tannins which ease into Raspberry and light fruits--very easy to drink on a very hot night. Darker in color than a typical Bourgogne.
External Reviews for Maison Ambroise Bertrand Ambroise Bourgogne
Light-weight and succulent, offering tangy berry and cherry notes. Straightforward, with a touch of dryness on the finish. Drink now through 2014. 500 cases imported.
Light- to medium-bodied with vibrant cherry nutmeg and smoke. Excellent value from an amazing vintage.
Closed nose. Supple and velvety, elegant and seamless, with fine tannins; intense, spicy, and long.
The 2005 Bourgogne is amazingly dark in color, smells and tastes of raw blackberries and graphite, saturates the palate with formidable, bitter-sweet intensity of fruit, and finishes firmly with persistent flavors of blackberry and roasted meat.