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2008 Pavillon, Pommard Clos des UrsulinesMar. 2011
More spice and herbs on the nose. Higher-toned flavours, dark fruit brings lots of interest – a lovely burst of flavour in the mid-palate that follows the acidity into the finish.
2007 Pavillon, Pommard Clos des UrsulinesMay. 2010
A very nice depth and width of red and black fruit. Supple tannin, quite silky, good fruit.
1999 , Pommard Clos des UrsulinesMar. 2010
Magnum. More ripe red fruid, this time with an earthy base. The flavours are more savoury and show a loveyl complexity in the mid-palate. Slowly fading, medium length. Nice.
2007 Pavillon, Pommard Clos des UrsulinesApr. 2009
Deep and wide aromas of red/black cherry mixed with a little cream. A little more tannin and and dark fruit (versus the Bichot Savigny) in the mid-palate. Good flavour and good length.
2006 Pavillon, Pommard Clos des UrsulinesApr. 2008
The nose is a little reticent, just deep understated fruit. In the mouth, smooth fruit amply covers the structure, but as the fruit slowly fades the structure slowly becomes more visible. Interesting wine and worth putting to one side to round out.
2005 Pavillon, Pommard Clos des UrsulinesApr. 2007
Quite deep colour. The nose is dense and a little tight – it needs a few minutes in the glass before showing its fruit. A soft and sweet entry; the flavours expand quickly across the mid-palate – lots of balance here. There ares plenty of tannins, but they melt well in the finish. This is a very tasty and fun wine.
2004 Pavillon, Pommard Clos des UrsulinesMar. 2006
A lovely floral nose – violets with a mineral undertow. Much more structure than the Bourgogne, very good acidity and mouth-coating tannins. The fruit is high-toned with lovely extension into the mid-palate – and further! A very stylish Pommard. Lovely.
2003 Pavillon, Pommard Clos des UrsulinesMar. 2005
High-toned nose. Real density without too much fat. Ripe, but in the best sense. Well structured with just a little earth on the tannic finish. Very, very young, I’d buy.
2002 Pavillon, Pommard Clos des UrsulinesMar. 2005
A little ashy earth and minerality on the nose, less forward than the 2003. Very good, wide fruity character, good length and well managed structure. Another good wine.
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