Bourgogne Côtes d’Auxerre Pinot Noir 2009 Simonnet Febvre

£6.00
  • 3 bottles left in stock

Warehouse temperature, PNP, not initially impressive aromas of acetate and red wine vinegar, colour showing signs of brick. With some air, out comes some very tertiary plum on the nose but nothing yet much that says anything other than cooking pot. In the mouth there is evidence of dying fruit, an acidity which feels rather young, like a Beaujolais Nouveau, and a sludgy tannin on the follow that mimics the effects of bicarbonate of soda on the tongue and says 'now eat food' rather than 'drink more wine'. Also, probably better to keep chilled, as warmth may reveal other, unflattering features. But, for academics, or just lovers of old, cheap and at a pinch drinkable wine (Burgundy at £6 !!) will enjoy and appreciate

Country France / Burgundy
Grape
Pinot Noir
Wine Type Still red
Vintage 2009
Alcohol 12.5%
Bottle Size 75cl

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