Why Big Red Diary?
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2008 Carré Denis, Pommard Les NoizonsMay. 2010
Your nose is greeted by a wild, dark fruit impression. Good ripe structure that overall remains understated. Certainly quite pretty and with good length too.
1999 Michelot Jean, Pommard Les NoizonsMar. 2010
Penetrating and rather red fruit aromas. The structure is still the boss here yet the slightly roast red fruit flavours coat everything. 5+ years of rest still needed here.
1998 Garaudet Jean, Pommard Les NoizonsJul. 2005
Medium, medium-plus ruby-red. The nose is a nice sweet mix of red fruit, perhaps just a little roast. The palate is tasty and well balanced, no hard edges, no roughness or dryness to the tannins. Good acidity. An above average villages, particularly good value in 1998.
2001 Pernot Paul, Pommard Les NoizonsMar. 2003
Medium+ cherry colour. The nose is high toned with sweet oak. More tannic than the ‘Les Teurons’ but with nicer acidity and more interesting fruit.
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