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2008 Perrot-Minot (Domaine) - Gevrey-Chambertin Pinot Noir - France - Burgundy - Cote de Nuits - Gevrey Chambertin - Red - Villages

France - Burgundy - Cote de Nuits - Gevrey Chambertin

Red Pinot Noir - Villages
Score
87
WA 88
Drink Dates
Comm: 2011-2015 VF: 2010-2023
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750ml $44.95
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WA 88
Source Wine Advocate
Issue 189

The Perrot Minot 2008 Gevrey-Chambertin Vieilles Vignes features lightly-cooked dark cherry and blackberry accompanied by smoked meat. Richly-ripe and plush, with a hint of mocha, this retains enough of a tart fruit skin edge and bitterness of fruit pit to lend a satisfying sense of counterpoint and refreshment. I would plan to give this a couple of years in bottle and enjoy it at up to 6-8 years out.

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Author Smith-Shannon
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Tasted On 09/23/2011

Faint mustiness on the nose. Nicely balanced tannins and tart fruit; blackberry and cranberry. Light bodied, pairs well with food. Drinks well now, will be even better with some time in the bottle. 2012-2015.

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Author Tim T
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Tasted On 09/26/2011

Ripe nose with a touch of that typical Gevrey funk. Tart cranberry fruit leads on to a nice finish that would complement some food. A nice wine as expected from this great Domaine.

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Author Jeannie L
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Tasted On 09/21/2011
Drink Dates 2011-2015

First nose of cola nut, smoke, earth and red currant, forest strawberries and a hint of tart cherry. Palate is lean with easy tannin and notes of cherry and earth. Good acidity so best with food - pate or rillettes.

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Author Andre L593
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Tasted On 09/26/2011

A light, airy, feminine and transparent wine. Cranberries, cherries, and roses delight, make this wine a nice sipper for the night. Because there was a touch of green flavor in the beginning, I didn't care for it, but once some air got into it, the more it opened up and the more I began to like it. A nice red wine to start the evening with in place of your normal white quaffer.

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Author cmpnz
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Tasted On 09/23/2011

Pure red pinot fruits on the nose - sweet strawberries and red cherries, a little dusty oak. Fruit follows through on the palate, freshened up by medium acidity and tightened up by fine, slightly chalky tannins. Finishes short, but this is a pretty villages Burgundy that checks all the boxes - including "enjoy with food" that is light and subtle in flavor.

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Author AKC
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Tasted On 09/22/2011

Toasty oak on the nose leads to sour cherry and cranberry flavors. Earth and mineral complete the experience. Definitely a nice village level wine to enjoy with lighter food in the near term.

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