Domaine Besancenot Cent Vignes Beaune 1er Cru 2014, Ap

Pinot Noir Pinot Noir
Burgundy, France

$55.95 (545764)

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90 pts
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June 09, 2018

Critic Reviews (3)

John Szabo, MS
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John Szabo, MS

Appropriately pale garnet appearance. The nose is attractively herbal and earthy, with plenty of leaves and twigs,...

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Michael Godel
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Michael Godel

Here is a lovely, old-school, firm and grippy Beaune Premier Cru with obvious ripe red cherry fruit from the really...

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David Lawrason
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David Lawrason

This is a light, tart, sour red fruited pinot with a fairly generous with red roses, sour cherry and generous wood...

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Mikhail Polienko
Mikhail Polienko

The Besancenot family’s winery has its roots in 1850. Their 12 different appellations are planted within 10 hectares with 6 noble grape varieties.
The Beaune vnyrd stretchers over gentle slopes at 270m altitude on the Eastern side of hills chain of the Côte d’Or (Golden Coast) between Savigny and Pommard. It is one of the most early-ripening Vineyards.
The nose, small red fruits, berries of wood and blackcurrant will entice you. His very present and powerful tannins assert the length and largeness in mouth of this wine.
Serve at 14°C with lamb, roast chicken, turkey and soft cheeses.

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