Domaine Poisot, Pernand-Vergelesses en Caradeux 1er cru 2012

The Pernand Caradeux is really enjoying the quite abundant fruit of the 2012 vintage. It’s offering fine red and dark berry fruit in the nose. On the palate it’s firmly structured – but also blessed with a lovely rich fruit – well balanced and quite refined for the terroir. Normally not a great fan of Pernand, but this is working well.

20120309-125513.jpg(Drink from 2018) – Good (84 – 85p) – Tasted 19/03/2013 from CASK

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Mongeard-Mugneret, Pernand Vergelesses 1er cru 2010

Lets face it … I’m not a big admirer of the Pernand Vergelesses terroir – but this effort from Mongeard is actually a quite lovely wine. The Pernand Vergelesses Les Vergelesses 1er cru 2010 from Mongeard-Mugneret is a very expressive and straight forward pinot. In the bouquet cool red fruit – raspberries and forest strawberries – with a clear hint of both the domaine style and origin. On the palate juicy red fruit – a quite good concentration – lovely balance with a firmness from the terroir. The fruit expression is perhaps more Mongeard-Mugneret than Pernand, and the Vosne origin of the producer is also detectable …. and thats in my view not a bad thing in a Pernand. Summing up – a lovely and quite joyful wine.

20120309-125513.jpg(Drink from 2013) – Good+ 87p – Tasted 20/02/2013

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