david clark 2006 bourgogne au pelson



Well, it’s not Musigny Vieilles Vignes, but it is very drinkable…

2006 David Clark, Bourgogne Au Pelson
Medium-plus cherry-red colour. The nose has dark flashes of oak, suggestions but never any hard evidence of reduction and a very nice brambly dark fruit. Intense, very good fruit and a good villages-level of depth and complexity. Mouth-watering modestly in the finish. David delivers another superb bourgogne. He confided in me that maybe his 2007s were not so exciting as his 06s or 08s – I’m quite content to pay to find out. Stunning bourgogne and even better that the BGO…

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