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2009 Gagnard Jean-Noël, Chassagne-Montrachet Les MorgeotsApr. 2011
Denser aromas of pure Chassagne. Wide and full of flavour. The flavour grows more intense in the mid-palate – lovely!
2009 Gagnard Jean-Noël, Chassagne-Montrachet Les MorgeotsApr. 2011
(Red) This nose has a wider impression of fruit, tinged with a little herbs. More tannin, again with a little grab but finely grained. The flavour slowly lingers in the finish – more mineral than fruit. It would be silly to call Morgeots an elegant wine, but after the l’Estimé I think you will understand what I mean.
2002 Chartron & Trebuchet, Chassagne-Montrachet Les MorgeotsMar. 2006
Medium-pale yellow. A tightly focused nose, perhaps a little pear fruit with faint citrus overlay. The palate has lovely acidity; pure, quite linear and delicate, yet so much to find. No real burst of concentration on the mid-palate yet the finish seems to have so much. A delicate but wonderfully engaging wine.
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