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2008 Château Génot-Boulanger, PommardMay. 2010
From 3 villages parcels, 2 to the north and the other from the south-east. Fruity with hints of herbs. Ripe and not too sweet in the mouth – plenty of well-managed tannin and a decent burst of interest as you head into the finish. Almost good.
2008 Château Génot-Boulanger, Pommard Le Clos BlancMay. 2010
From vines bordering Grands Epenots. There’s a nice width of fruit aromas. Mouth-filling – there’s plenty of tannin to bathe in. Good flavour with black reflections before lingering into an understated finish. Almost good also.
2002 Château Génot-Boulanger, Puligny-Montrachet Les FolatièresMar. 2006
Medium-plus yellow. The nose is wide and deep, plenty of creamy vanillin oak plus sweet fruit – quite impressive for such a young wine. The palate is nicely textured and has good concentration, unfortunately it’s let down by a rather clipped finish. Almost good.
2001 Château Génot-Boulanger, Meursault Clos du CrominJul. 2004
Pale golden colour. The nose has a well presented base of oak surmounted by a higher toned fruit top layer. Good fat and acidity – not the minerality of the Chablis – This is almost good and shows plenty of Meursault character, but at more than twice the price of Colombier’s Chablis I don’t see the value.
1999 Château Génot-Boulanger, PommardNov. 2003
Medium cherry red. The nose is subdued but sweet strawberry is the dominant note. Also sweet on the palate with medium-plus tannins and slightly tart acidity. The fruit is mainly red and quite persistent. Perhaps a bit rustic, almost good.
1999 Château Génot-Boulanger, PommardApr. 2003
Medium cherry red. The nose is subdued but sweet strawberry is the dominant note. Also sweet on the palate with medium-plus tannins and slightly tart acidity. The fruit is mainly red and quite persistent. Perhaps a bit rustic, almost good.
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