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2016 Bourgogne Rouge (CAMI04216A)
Fruit from Volnay and a little from Givry give a rounded, ripe wine with density and generous fruit.
2016 Santenay (CAMI12216A)
From two plots - Les Bras, with pebbly soil, and Les Saunières, made up of heavier red soils - one below and one above the Clos Rousseau. Fresh, spicy black cherry fruit and elements of raspberry are offset by finely structured tannins and a hint of mineral on the long finish.
2016 Ladoix (CAMI14216A)
There is lovely fresh red cherry and black fruit here, depth, elegance and a sweet rich finish.
2016 Marsannay 'Les Longeroies' (CAMI16216A)
A blend of grapes, some grown on limestone-rich soils on the upper slopes, and others from old vines in clay soils lower down. There is lovely fresh red fruit with a shade of iron, density and a rich finish.
2016 Santenay 1er Cru Clos Rousseau (CAMI20216A)
There is lovely finely textured dense fruit here, exuberant and brambly, balanced by rounded fine tannins and a long spicy finish.
2016 Maranges 1er Cru Le Croix Moines (CAMI22216A)
The last 1er cru of the Côte de Beaune, the vineyard has white marl soils. The grapes are sourced from the top of the hill, and are always ripe, but never too much so, as the terroir lends firmness. This year it is densely textured and perfumed and rounded, with precision, energy and length.
2016 Vosne-Romanée 'Les Chalandins' (CAMI30216A)
Les Chalandins is neatly situated below Echézeaux , close to the wall of Clos Vougeot. 50% whole-bunch fermentation gives an intense, violet-scented, charming wine that is complex, transparent and round, with fine tannins and a long, powerful finish. One of the most seductive village wines tasted this year.
2016 Morey-Saint-Denis Clos Solon (CAMI31216A)
A vibrant, juicy, spicy wine completely at ease with itself. The ripe fruit is perfectly pitched against a background of fine juicy tannins, and the finish is concentrated and long.
2016 Chambolle-Musigny 1er Cru Aux Echanges (CAMI32216A)
The silky charm of Chambolle, yes, but this year in a more concentrated form than usual. There is dense, delicate fruit, a vibrant salty minerality peeking through behind it and a fine sweet juicy finish.
2016 Clos Vougeot (CAMI48216A)
This is fine, rounded and generous, with spicy sweet fruit, but also restraint, as the layers of flavour take time to emerge from behind well-balanced tannins. An energy-giving mineral tension runs through it too, and a there is a long fresh finish.
2016 Charmes-Chambertin (CAMI52216A)
Forward and open, this offers very juicy, spicy black-cherry fruit, lots of fine tannins, and an easy charm that promises a fun evening.
2016 Chambertin (CAMI58216A)
More a dancer than a rugby player: there is beautifully defined black fruit - chocolate, coffee and cherry - seamlessly integrated with vanishingly fine tannins, and understated, effortless power evidenced by a very persistent, smooth finish.
2016 Saint Romain (CAMI72216A)
From Le Sous le Château . Vibrant citrus flavours on a surprisingly rich palate, and there are lovely mineral flashes on the finish.
2016 Meursault Les Vireuils (CAMI74216A)
Concentrated, powerful and rounded, balanced by vibrant acidity and a long fresh finish.
2016 Corton-Charlemagne (CAMI90216A)
From Le Rognet. Opulent rich fruit with a hint of musk is balanced by a vein of fine minerality, and the finish is very dense and long.
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