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2002 Morey-Coffinet, Chassagne-Montrachet MorgeotMar. 2005
Medium, medium-plus cherry-red colour. Slightly toast on the warm, sweet red nose. The palate shows an oaky toasty base – but it’s well done – it’s additive to the flavour rather than the texture. Sweet with good acidity and a nice burst on the finish. Good fruit. Needs longer for the oak to better integrate but it’s already very drinkable – tasty!
2000 Morey-Coffinet, Chassagne-Montrachet RougeJul. 2004
Medium-plus ruby red with just a little amber development. The nose shows very dark cherry fruit over an oaky base – there’s still some toast evident – but it’s by no means overdone. A super, fat palate with very well covered tannins and good acidity. The fruit is a little muddy and imprecise – but you can wallow in it! Excellent €16 burgundy!
2000 Morey-Coffinet, Chassagne-MontrachetNov. 2003
Medium ruby red. The nose is spicy with toasty oak – does a good job of masking the fruit. The palate is oaky and sweet with very smooth tannins and good acidity. I like the concentration. Personally I’d wait for the oak to subside, but this drinks very well already – excellent value too.
2000 Morey-Coffinet, Chassagne-MontrachetApr. 2003
Medium ruby red. The nose is spicy with toasty oak – does a good job of masking the fruit. The palate is oaky and sweet with very smooth tannins and good acidity. I like the concentration. Personally I’d wait for the oak to subside, but this drinks very well already – excellent value too.
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