The Chambolle Musigny 2009 from Jean-Michel Guillon is a quite delicate wine. In the bouquet red cherries with hints of strawberries and cherrie stones. The nose offers a fine discrete minerality, and some spicy notes – white peppar and a hint of smoked meat. On the palate fine ripe red fruits, the fruit is quite delicate and fresh. The balance is very good, but the wine lacks some terroir focus. While the fruit seems light and fresh, the total impression is quite intense. A good wine to vey good wine – a pleasure.
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- Jean-Michel Guillon, Chambolle Musigny 2009 April 13, 2012
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