Philippe Pacalet, Chambolle Musigny 2008

The Chambolle Musigny 2008 village from Philippe Pacalet is a crisp and zappy wine. In the nose cherries, raspberries, sous bois and a hint of gooseberries. On the palate cool and energetic red fruit, good concentration and length. It’s very balanced with a quite long and intense finish focused by the powerful and zappy 2008 acidity. Typical for the vintage and with a lovely presentation of the Chambolle terroir. A nice airy feel and a vibrant energy … not a wine for lovers of coca-cola pinot! Lovely juice!

20120309-125513.jpg(Drink From 2017) – Very Good 89p – Tasted 08/02/2013

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