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2009 Boillot, Domaine Henri Volnay Chevrets

  • Pinot Noir
  • 750ML
  • ST92
  • BH91
  • WA88

Reviews

ST92
Stephen Tanzer's IWC - Stephen Tanzer's IWC, January 2013
Good deep red-ruby. Wild aromas of redcurrant, coffee, game, chocolate and leather; smells like maturing Bordeaux. Deep, sappy and extroverted, with plenty of tension and ripe acidity to its chewy dark fruit and... Good deep red-ruby. Wild aromas of redcurrant, coffee, game, chocolate and leather; smells like maturing Bordeaux. Deep, sappy and extroverted, with plenty of tension and ripe acidity to its chewy dark fruit and chocolate flavors. In a distinctly warm, ripe style but with superb energy today. Finishes with big tannins and excellent length.
BH91
Burghound - Burghound, January 2013
Moderate reduction is strong enough to completely hide the fruit though the beautifully detailed, fresh and vibrant middle weight flavors don't lack for energy or punch on the almost pungently mineral-infused finish... Moderate reduction is strong enough to completely hide the fruit though the beautifully detailed, fresh and vibrant middle weight flavors don't lack for energy or punch on the almost pungently mineral-infused finish that possesses a velvety and seductive texture. There is good power but there is also a delicate side to this effort. Outstanding ♥
WA88
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate, January 2013
The 2009 Volnay 1er Cru Chevrets has a noticeably deep color. The nose strides across to meet your senses with potent dark plum and mulberry aromas that are assertive but not overpowering, then they soften and become more... The 2009 Volnay 1er Cru Chevrets has a noticeably deep color. The nose strides across to meet your senses with potent dark plum and mulberry aromas that are assertive but not overpowering, then they soften and become more generous with time. The palate is firm and taut with tart red cherries infused with a touch of soy, though I would have liked a little more Volnay corpulence on the finish. Fine. Drink now-2016. - Neal Martin

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