Domaine Dujac, Chambolle Musigny 2010

The Chambolle Musigny 2010 village from Domine Dujac is a real beauty. In the bouquet lovely red notes – strawberries, raspberries and red currant with hints of rose petals and a slightly dusty minerlity. On the palate beautiful refined red fruits with a lovely intensity – somewhat tight and with a beautiful expression of the terroir. Lovely transparancy, a playful acidity and finely grained ripe tannins in the finish – a truly beautiful expression of pinot fruit.

20120309-125513.jpg(Drink from 2020) – Very Good+ 90p – Tasted 16/11/2012

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