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  • Cheese
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  • Game Meat
  • Hearty Stews
  • Lamb
  • Pork
  • Poultry
  • Shellfish
  • Veal

2009 Meo Camuzet Frere et Soeurs Chambolle Musigny Feusselottes

  • Pinot Noir
  • 750ML
  • BH89
  • ST89

Reviews

BH89
Burghound - Burghound, January 2011
This is more elegant still with a ripe, pure and layered nose that mixes both upper and lower register fruit aromas that merge into detailed, racy and strikingly intense middle weight flavors that possess a subtle... This is more elegant still with a ripe, pure and layered nose that mixes both upper and lower register fruit aromas that merge into detailed, racy and strikingly intense middle weight flavors that possess a subtle minerality on the dusty, mouth coating and refined finish that also evidences a discreet touch of youthful austerity. This is a classy effort that is less mineral-driven than the Les Cras but more refined overall.
ST89
Stephen Tanzer's IWC - Stephen Tanzer's IWC, January 2011
(As with the Cras, Meo buys grapes and does the vineyard work here, under a contract that Allexant described as "like a metayage or fermage") Good dark red. Ripe, fruit-dominated aromas of dark cherry... (As with the Cras, Meo buys grapes and does the vineyard work here, under a contract that Allexant described as "like a metayage or fermage") Good dark red. Ripe, fruit-dominated aromas of dark cherry, blackberry and spices, perked up by a hint of wild herbs. Lusher in texture than the Cras, with enticing red fruit flavors framed by harmonious acidity and lifted by a chalky quality. Finishes juice, pure and dry, with dark cherry fruit and serious tannic spine. There's deeper soil here than in the Cras, notes Allexant.

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