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jc boisset 2006 morey st.denis monts luisants

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2006 JC Boisset, Morey St.Denis 1er Monts Luisants
Not much more than medium colour, but it’s still a relatively young colour. Wide, flighty aromatics with a hint of spice, herb and dark-shaded red fruit – I keep coming back for another sniff – lovely. Less full than last time I opened one of these; it’s becoming a little more muscular and sinewy, very little fat, yet the sweetness of fruit remains an adequate foil to the fine acidity. Lovely growth of flavour in the mid-palate and it clings on really well in the finish – which shows a little raspberry fruit. The texture has a faint hint of astringent ‘drag’ – but faint. I’m enjoying this a lot, and think it may be hard work to save my last two or three bottles. Hard work indeed…
Rebuy – Yes

One response to “jc boisset 2006 morey st.denis monts luisants”

  1. PaulV

    Love this burg and winemaker. My tasting note from November 2011.Just a lovely pure burgundy.
    Think Fourrier meets Mugnier in Morey. Red fruits with a top note of white pepper – very fresh and very crisp. Lovely palate – just so light on its feet. Already the beginnings of a peacocks finish as the old viney fruit expands on the palate . No more than mid weight but with lovely drive and freshness. Longish palate to finish. Just lovely – everything i want in a burg.

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