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Nicolas Potel Savigny les Beaune les Hauts Jarrons 2006

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My in-bottle tastings of 2006s have confirmed it is a very good to sometimes excellent but highly variable vintage. As was described in considerable detail in Issue 29, a lot of things had to go right for the best wines to be made and some growers were either good enough, or lucky enough, to do just that. Most wines scored within their predicted ranges and while there were a few surprises, and in both directions, the average 2006 is destined to make for some extremely pleasant drinking over the next 20 years. Food Match: white meats, veal, roasts, pork, grilled meats, duck, beef.

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Winery: Nicolas Potel
Varietal: Pinot Noir
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Nicolas Potel:
Around the world, many connoisseurs think that Burgundy is the most prestigious vineyard in France. Along with Bordeaux and Champagne, Burgundy is one of the most well known vineyards in France. As well as climate and soil diversity, two exceptional varietals exist: Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, from which the greatest red and white Bourgogne wines are created. Maison Nicolas Potel has built i... Read more
Around the world, many connoisseurs think that Burgundy is the most prestigious vineyard in France. Along with Bordeaux and Champagne, Burgundy is one of the most well known vineyards in France. As well as climate and soil diversity, two exceptional varietals exist: Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, from which the greatest red and white Bourgogne wines are created. Maison Nicolas Potel has built its international reputation by making wines from the most beautiful lands of the region. Our Villages, Premiers Crus and Grands Crus are famous and recommended all over the world since they reveal the purity of grapes, their authentic appellations and native lands Read less

My in-bottle tastings of 2006s have confirmed it is a very good to sometimes excellent but highly variable vintage. As was described in considerable detail in Issue 29, a lot of things had to go right for the best wines to be made and some growers were either good enough, or lucky enough, to do just that. Most wines scored within their predicted ranges and while there were a few surprises, and in both directions, the average 2006 is destined to make for some extremely pleasant drinking over the next 20 years. Food Match: white meats, veal, roasts, pork, grilled meats, duck, beef.

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