Allen Meadows' Burghound
A solidly layered nose offers up notes of red currant, dark cherry and ample amounts of earth and humus. There is both good energy and richness to the admirably concentrated flavors that possess a succulent and suave mouth feel before concluding in a lingering finish that is just firm enough to suggest that 2 to 3 years of bottle age should see this at its peak. This is no model of finesse but the old vine sap is certainly present
The most southern appellation of the Côte de Beaune. The vines are planted on steep marly limestone slopes facing southeast. A robust wine full of character, with rich fruity aromas. A concentration of red fruit and peppery notes.