Why Big Red Diary?
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2006 Guyon, Chorey-lès-Beaune Les Bons OresDec. 2008
The colour is a little more ruby-red. The nose shows more obvious estery notes. In the mouth this is clearly more refined but, somehow, less exciting than the Bourgogne. It slowly widens in the mouth and actually does show a little more verve. I’d probably still buy the Bourgogne ahead of this.
2005 Guyon, Chorey-lès-Beaune Les Bons OresNov. 2007
Wider and higher-toned than the bourgogne with extra dark oak depth. Serious rather than jammy and quite concentrated. Plenty of dark oak again, but this is really impressive.
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