I looked very carefully, and I could see not obvious use of modern stamping to print the vintage on the rubble that some might call a cork – from that I assume that this is no fake.
1969 Pierre Bourée, Nuits St.Georges
Medium colour. To start with there is no aroma at all, very slowly there is hint of beef broth and a more impressive and sweeter acid cherry. Very silky. You have the taste impression that somewhere there there lies a hint of oxidation but it’s buried under a sweet red note and never becomes more than a suggestion. Pretty with a fine, if understated acidity. Very stable in the glass, and with a lovely core of fruit. My run of excellent 69s continues…
Rebuy – No Chance