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1999 Francois Parent - Pommard Pezerolles 1er Cru Pinot Noir - France - Burgundy - Cote de Beaune - Pommard - Red - Premier Cru

France - Burgundy - Cote de Beaune - Pommard

Red Pinot Noir - Premier Cru
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Comm: 2013-2015

Author Todd W59
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 100%
Tasted On 07/04/2013
Drink Dates 2013-2015

Opened and drank over the course of 5 hours (not decanted). Medium color with a brilliant ruby at the core, tinges of orange at the rim. Aromas of red fruits and a bit of earth. Flavors of red fruits with evident tannin structure, but no sharp edges after 14 years. Medium-bodied wine with nice flavor upon entry, but just adequate mid-palate and finish. Wine started to fade after being opened for 3-4 hours. Still solid wine, as it did surprise me a bit to the upside. I'd tend to drink this wine over the next few years as I suspect remaining fruit and charm will begin to fade.

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