This premier cru vineyard lies at the northern end of Nuits-St.-Georges, close to Vosne Romanée. That explains the structure and richness of this firm wine. It is dense with tannins that give a dry core to the rich red fruits. With acidity still right up front and with the tannins, the wine needs aging. Drink from 2021.
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