The Beaune Tuvilains 1er cru from Ambroise is a true budget Burgundy. I have tasted this wine in 2009 and 2010 and it always offers a lovely classic expression of the terroir and the vintage. The 2011 version is no exception .. in the nose fine red and dark cherries – pure and quite transparent with a nice focus and a earthy minerality. On the palate quite crisp and focused … lovely balance for this level .. rather lightfooted with the oak well integrated. A quite delightful glass at this price point .. perfect for wine bars and restaurants.
Tasting Notes for this producer
- Bertrand Ambroise, Beaune Tuvilains 1er cru 2011 March 1, 2015
- Bertrand Ambroise, Corton Charlemagne 2001 January 5, 2014
- Bertrand Ambroise, Beaune Tuvilains 1er cru 2009 August 22, 2012
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