I have now sampled the first 2017s and the style and the quality of the vintage seems pretty consistent.
The 2017 vintage is a pleasent “surprise”, both the reds and the whites are very pretty, drikable and enjoyable wines. For those who like forward, charming and elegant Burgundies – this represents a return to the more classic styled Burgundies, after the intense and low yield 2016s, and the mighty and concentrated 2015s.
It’s still early and at least 6 months of elevage left for most wines – but here are my impressions of the vintage.
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