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Wine notes: 2005 Vincent Girardin Bourgogne Rouge “Emotion de Terroirs”

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A pinot noir from Meursault is an appellation in Côte d’Or. Screwtop bottle. Clean tasting pinot noir – light on the palate, rich berry, very peppery.

From KLWines: This cuvée comes 75% from Marsannay, 10 % from Gevrey Chambertin, and 15% from Bourgogne Rouge vineyards below Vosne Romanée and Chambolle Musigny.

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Written by Som

August 21, 2010 at 7:30 am

Posted in Burgundy, France, Pinor Noir, Red, Wine Notes

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