Dugat-Py, Gevrey Chambertin Coeur du Roy 2010

The Dugat-Py Coeur du Roy 2010 is a big dense village wine. The bouquet is quite expressive with loads of lush red and dark fruit spiced with oak and a quite strong floral note. The palate offer a incredible concentration for a village wine – it’s big, quite openly knit and with a weight of a 1er cru. The terroir expression does however not quite match the abundant concentration, and this does leave you with a somewhat rustic feel. Would have loved a stronger expression of Gevrey Chambertin terroir to match the amazing concentration – and a little less producer impression. Nevertheless it’s a very good wine – concentrated well beyond it’s level.

20120309-125513.jpg(Drink from 2025) – Very Good+ 90p – Tasted 20/02/2013


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